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  1. Relational Ethics for Public Health: Interpreting Solidarity and Care.Bruce Jennings - 2019 - Health Care Analysis 27 (1):4-12.
    This article defends ‘relational theorizing’ in bioethics and public health ethics and describes its importance. It then offers an interpretation of solidarity and care understood as normatively patterned and psychologically and socially structured modes of relationality; in a word, solidarity and care understood as ‘practices.’ Solidarity is characterized as affirming the moral standing of others and their membership in a community of equal dignity and respect. Care is characterized as paying attention to the moral being of others and their needs, (...)
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