The organizers of the conference ‘Ethics and Social Welfare in Hard Times’ in London, Sept. 1-2, 2016 have published an evaluation of the results. Continue reading Ethics and Social Welfare in Hard Times
In Relationale Verantwortung (2016), Jorma Heier reexamines and enriches the care ethical concept of relational responsibility to reframe the political entanglement of harmful structural actions of citizens and institutions in the global North that bear down upon the conditions and migrations of people in the global South. Continue reading Relational responsibility : a matter of care towards past and future
A young Canadian care ethicist Benjamin Miller (Ottawa, now Toronto) deals with an issue, relatively undertheorized in care ethics: care and the law. Continue reading Theorizing legal needs: Towards a caring legal system
Late modern society expects us to take life and dying in our own hands. Dying is under the spell of designing one’s final journey. We have to take care of ourselves, have to be active and autonomous untill the very end. Continue reading Dying from a care ethical perspective
Exposure and then…..
Care ethics on exposure to patients life worlds and the reflective
strategies to get beyond exposure.
A Report on a seminar of researchers and care professionals in Flanders, Belgium, Sept. 2016 Continue reading Exposure to patients life worlds require reflective strategies
This summer the Humanities Research Institute Sheffield, United Kingdom organised the conference Care in Practice: On the Philosophy and Implementation of Care Ethics. This was an international conference on care ethics, viewed from the perspective of philosophers and those engaged in medical practice Continue reading On the Philosophy and Implementation of Care Ethics