How does the humanities cultivate in students the ability to see themselves as members of a heterogeneous nation (for all modern nations are heterogeneous) and a still more heterogeneous world?

***Not for Profit: Why Democracy Needs the Humanities by Martha Nussbaum, Princeton University Press, 2016 (ISBN: 9780691173320) ***

 

See instructions below from professor: ***Two Pages***

After watching the attached video and reading Chapter 5 ( Citizens of the World pg 79-94) of the Not for Profit book. Your response must be approximately 450 words in length. What I really want to see is sincerity and open-mindedness in your personal reflection and clear engagement with the reading. The papers should be double-spaced, maximum 12-point type, maximum one-inch margins on all sides, in a MLA format.

Dr. Martha Nussbaum, Philosopher and Professor of Law and Ethics at the University of Chicago.

Dr. Kwame Anthony Appiah, Professor of Philosophy and Law at New York University.

 

Please answer the questions below.

 

Topic: How does the humanities cultivate in students the ability to see themselves as members of a heterogeneous nation (for all modern nations are heterogeneous) and a still more heterogeneous world? Why is this important?

 

Remember: Please address both aspects of this question to receive full credit.

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