Honoring Frans Vosman, editor Ivonne Hoen wants to share with you his ‘unspeakable’ legacy for her research regarding the ‘survivor with chronic suffering’. She also ponders about taking up the challenge to broaden his theoretical concept with lifeworld experiences in the political practice. Continue reading Frans Vosman’s ‘Survivor‘: five inspirations
Category Archives: Frans Vosman
Frans Vosman (1952-2020) – a concise sketch of his life and work
To our dismay, Frans Vosman eventually succumbed in June 2020 to the cancer that had reappeared a year earlier. He leaves an enormous void, but we will try to go on without him as good as it gets. Continue reading Frans Vosman (1952-2020) – a concise sketch of his life and work
Frans Vosman and the Arts
In the following blog, editor Tessa Smorenburg briefly describes how a lecture given by professor Frans Vosman shaped her everyday perception on the Arts and Care. Continue reading Frans Vosman and the Arts
Bibliography Frans Vosman (1952-2020)
This is a bibliography of Frans J.H. Vosman, founding father of this website. Compiled by Guus Timmerman 1 July 2020.
APA Citation: Timmerman, G. (2020, July 1). Bibliography Frans Vosman (1952-2020). (pp. 1-18). https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.33187.07205.
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Frans Vosman and the concept of care ethics
The passing of Frans Vosman this past summer has been a loss for the editorial staff of this website. Editor Brecht Molenaar dwells upon his intellectual heritage and gives serious thought to a crucial concept in it: the concept of care ethics itself. Continue reading Frans Vosman and the concept of care ethics
The disenchantment of care ethics. A critical cartography
As commemorated on our website, care-ethicist Frans Vosman passed away on June 10th, 2020. He leaves us his intellectual heritage. Here we highlight an article featuring in a recently published book, as part of the peer-reviewed Series Ethics of Care.
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