Helen Brown Coverdale identifies the obscured presence of caring practices in prisons, and discusses how a care ethics perspective may be used to reframe penal theory.Continue reading Caring and the Prison in Philosophy, Policy and Practice: Under Lock and Key
Interview with Kanchana Mahadevan, professor of philosophy in Mumbai. Marieke Potma visited her in India. Mahadevan’s research focuses on ethics of care, feminist philosophy and socio-political philosophy. “The ethics of care offers an alternative to Eurocentric notions of self-sufficiency and planned rationality.” Continue reading Care ethics and social vulnerability in India
Dr. Stacy Clifford Simplican (Vanderbilt University, Nashville, USA) delivered a lecture at the symposium on social inclusion, organized by the chair Citizenship and Humanisation of the Public Sector at the University of Humanistic Studies (Utrecht, the Netherlands). Continue reading Every moment has potential’….. but for what?
The issue of “comfort women” of Japanese Imperial troops invited us to rethink of how to repair the past war-crime and how to respond to survivors’ claims to seek justice. The article by Yayo Okano argues that the ethics of care and care theories have at least three advantages to answer the questions because it focuses responsively on structural violence, proposes a new idea of relational selves, and takes the social connection model to justice. Continue reading Why has the ethics of care become an issue of global concern?