A Comment on Fry's "The Role of Caring in a Theory of Nursing Ethics"

Hypatia 5 (3):153 - 158 (1990)
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Our response to Sara Fry's paper focuses on the difficulty of understanding her insistence on the fundamental character of caring in a theory of nursing ethics. We discuss a number of problems her text throws in the way of making sense of this idea, and outline our own proposal for how caring's <span class='Hi'>role</span> may be reasonably understood: not as an alternative object of value, competing with autonomy or patient good, but rather as an alternative way of responding toward that which is of value.
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