Moral boundaries : a political argument for an ethic of care / Joan C. Tronto.

  • Georgetown : Taylor & Francis Group 1993
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1 online resource (241 pages)
  • 9781000159080
  • 9781138128446
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  • Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Preface -- Part One: Introduction -- Chapter 1: Moral Boundaries and Political Change -- The Power of Context and the Context of Power -- Three Moral Boundaries -- Women's Morality As a Strategic Predicament -- Argument of This Book -- Part Two: Against "Women's Morality -- Chapter 2: Universalistic Morality and Moral Sentiments -- Morality and Forms of Life -- Universalistic Morality and Eighteenth Century Life -- Social Distance and the Demise of Moral Sentiments -- The Containment of Women and the Engendering of Moral Sentiment -- Lessons for an Ethic of Care -- Chapter 3: Is Morality Gendered? -- Lawrence Kohlberg: The Virtuous Elite -- Carol Gilligan's Different Voice and its Limits -- Gender Ideology and Forms of Privilege At Work -- Part Three: For An Ethic of Care -- Chapter 4: Care -- Defining Care -- Marginalizing Care -- The Promise of Care: -- Care's Power -- Chapter 5: An Ethic of Care -- The Practice of An Ethic of Care -- Moral Dilemmas in the Practice of Care -- Expanding Our Moral Terrain -- Ethics and Politics -- Chapter 6: Care and Political Theory -- Against a "Morality First" Strategy -- Care As a Political Ideal -- Care And Political Strategy -- Moral Boundaries and a Political Concept of Care -- Notes -- Index.
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