An Ethic of Care: Feminist and Interdisciplinary Perspectives

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Mary Jeanne Larrabee
Psychology Press, 1993 - Philosophy - 310 pages
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De bundel besteedt speciale aandacht aan de discussies binnen de morele filosofie en de psychologie over de beweringen van Carol Gilligan in "In a different voice". Bevat de volgende bijdragen: Gender and moral development : a challenge for feminist theory / door Mary Jeanne Larrabee; What do women want in a moral theory? / door Annette C. Baier; Moral judgment : theory and research on differences between males and females / door Mary Brabeck; Gilligan and Kohlberg : implications for moral theory / door Lawrence A. Blum; Justice, care, and gender : the Kohlberg-Gilligan debate revisited / door Owen Flanagan en Kathryn Jackson; Women, morality and history / door Linda J. Nicholson; Some cautionary words for historians / door Linda K. Kerber; The culture of gender : women and men of color / door Carol B. Stack; Women's rationality and men's virtues : a critique of gender dualism in Gilligan's theory of moral development / door John M. Broughton; Two moralities? a critical discussion of an ethic of care and responsibility versus an ethic of rights and justice / door Gertrud Nunner-Winkler; Sex differences in the development of moral reasoning : a critical review / door Lawrence J. Walker; Sex differences in moral reasoning : response to Walker's (1984) conclusion that there are none / door Diana Baumrind; How different is the "Different voice"? / door Catherine G. Greeno en Eleanor E. Maccoby; A methodological critique / door Zella Luria; Reply to critics / door Carol Gilligan; The liberation of caring : a different voice for Gilligan's "Different voice" / door Bill Puka; Beyond gender difference to a theory of care / door Joan C. Tronto; Beyond caring : the de-moralization of gender / door Marilyn Friedman.
 

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Contents

Gilligans Different Voice Probings
6
What Do Women Want in a Moral Theory?
19
Theory and Research on Differences
33
Implications for Moral Theory
49
The KohlbergGilligan
69
Women Morality and History
87
Some Cautionary Words for Historians
102
A Critique
112
Response
177
How Different Is the Different Voice?
193
Reply to Critics
207
Beyond Gender Difference to a Theory of Care
240
The DeMoralization of Gender
258
References
275
Index
301
Copyright

Two Moralities? A Critical Discussion of an Ethic
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Mary Jeanne Larrabee is Associate Professor of Philosophy at DePaul University.

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