Gilligan on Justice and Care: two interpretations

Journal of Moral Education 20 (1):33-46 (1991)

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Abstract This article illustrates that Gilligan's distinction between an ethic of justice and an ethic of care is interpreted in two ways. Some authors conceive this distinction in terms of content (different rules and values); while others regard the distinction as one of form (different ways of thinking). It is argued that Gilligan's views allow for both interpretations. Finally, a way to an inclusive interpretation is shown
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