‘Either Care or Rights’ won’t do: Moving Beyond the Rights-Care Split

In this article Nalinie Mooten calls for adjustments along the lines of care and justice constitutive of a moral shift that reinforces the under-scrutinized links between them. Overall, it will attempt to break down the binary oppositions between care and justice, which is deemed detrimental to the thickness of morality. The full article can be found here This article has been published on academia.edu

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About the author: Nalinie Mooten

Nalinie Mooten

Nalinie Mooten is currently working as a policy analyst in Ottawa, Canada. Since finishing her PhD on cosmopolitanism in International Relations (IR) and the Bahá’í approach at the University of Limerick, Ireland, she published a report on Separated Children with the Irish Refugee Council (IRC) in Dublin, Ireland. She has been pursuing research interests in normative IR theory.

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