Review: The Care that Does Justice: Recent Writings in Feminist Ethics and Theology [Book Review]

Journal of Religious Ethics 24 (1):169-191 (1996)
Recent writing in feminist ethics, both secular and religious, is moving beyond a moral dualism between an ethic of care and an ethic of justice, with wide-ranging implications for the most fundamental assumptions of moral life. In reviewing the pertinent literature, this essay aims to clarify an emerging vision of self and community indicated by this new direction in feminist ethics.
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