Care Ethics Confronts Mainstream Philosophy

A special issue of the journal, Philosophies, edited by Maurice Hamington, of Portland State University and Maggie FitzGerald of the University of Saskatchewan, is now available online. The issue’s theme is ‘Care Ethics Confronts Mainstream Philosophy’.

The special issue of Philosophies includes a dozen articles by international scholars of care. Each contribution juxtaposes care with the works of significant philosophers or philosophies, including Bruno Latour, John Locke, Hannah Arendt, Simone de Beauvoir, Slavoj Zizek & G.W.F. Hegel, Edith Stein, Jacques Ranciere, Frantz Fanon, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Ludwig Wittgenstein as well as the intellectual tradition of liberalism.

Contributors include Sandra Laugier, Asha Leena Bhandary, Tiina Vaittinen, Anya Daly, Maggie FitzGerald, Sophie Bourgault, Petr Urban, Sacha Ghanderharian, Deniz Durmus, Catherine Chaberty & Christine Noel Lemaitre, Thomas Randall, and Michael Flower & Maurice Hamington.

This is an open-access publication, so readers and students can find all the articles here free of charge (scroll to the bottom of the webpage).

About the author: Maurice Hamington

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