Author: Merel Visse

Respecting moral diversity

moral diversity

Facing the death of other people, we are confronted with our deepest convictions of what makes sense and what does not.  A mother of four should not die of breast cancer in her mid 40s, for this runs contrary to whatever possible order of justice […]

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Between Care and Terror

Care and Terror

Klaxon, an elektronic magazine about ‘living art in public space’, just published a special issue on Care and Terror. Last year, Joan Tronto spoke about this topic at a conference in Brussels. Now her contribution and others have been included in this issue, which you can […]

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Different perspectives on care work

Global Carework Summit 2017

2017 Carework Summit: coming together of feminist economical, political and sociological views on care work. This June, scholars, policymakers and members of societal organizations gathered during the three-day conference 2017 Carework Summit in Lowell, Massachusetts in the United States. Together, they inquired and discussed problems in […]

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Late modern uncertainty and beyond demarcation

demarcation

This week, two new papers of Dutch care ethicists have been accepted and published in peer-reviewed journals. Rethinking Frans Vosman and Alistair Niemeijer published their paper on ‘Rethinking critical reflection on care: late modern uncertainty and the implications for care ethics’ in Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 1)Vosman, […]

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Utrecht Care Ethics

Care Ethics

Care ethics is an interdisciplinary field of inquiry, which is driven by societal questions. Since the beginning of the 1980s, in this field various movements and disciplines have an interdisciplinary conversation, among which philosophy, ethics, social sciences, political and policy sciences, and nursing sciences. The […]

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