In his master’s thesis, Sylwin Gilles Cornielje has taken up care-ethicist Frans Vosman’s reflections on self-realisation as a class-bound normative ideal. Continue reading Care, Class and Singularistic Morality in Late Modernity
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
In 2018, Carol Gilligan revitalized her In a Different Voice with two co-authored books about the persistence of patriarchy locking out democracy and relational care. Continue reading In A Different Voice: Act Two
On June 18, 2020 during an international Zoomsession, Professor Andries Baart spoke the words as quoted below.
Continue reading Personal memories of Frans Vosman (1952-2020)
2020 had started well for UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson. After securing a large parliamentary majority in the December 2019 election, little stood in the way of securing his promise to ‘get Brexit done’.Continue reading ‘Care-less government’: Brexit and coronavirus
Kantians and Utilitarians hold opposing views in the debate during this corona crisis. They thrive on each other’s weaknesses. Yet these two common ethical “schools” fall short in providing answers, says ethicist Frits de Lange. He makes a plea for consulting the ethics of care.Continue reading Which lives should we save in corona times