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.Continue reading The disenchantment of care ethics. A critical cartography
Anyone wishing to respond to the passing of Frans Vosman and his meaning for care ethics, is cordially invited to share her or his contribution on our website.
On June 18, 2020 during an international Zoomsession, Professor Andries Baart spoke the words as quoted below.
In due course the editorial board will publish her own views.
We speak of social distancing, yet of course that is not what is really going on. The transmission of the corona virus is being slowed down – or so experts are telling us and why would we not believe them? – by a package of measures being imposed upon us:Continue reading Social Distancing
The International Journal of Care and Caring (Bristol University Press) invites scholars around the world to prepare papers based on new research or scholarly reflection on experience of the pandemic. Continue reading Call for papers: Care, caring and the global COVID-19 pandemic
‘Ethics and social welfare’ is planning a special issue: Ethical relations to the past; individual, institutional, international. Deadline for abstract (300 words): 10 August 2020