Multitudes 58 (1):173 (2015)

Darian Meacham
Maastricht University
In this article we discuss the question of whether a robotic carer could every really care. We argue that care is largely a matter of expressive and performative states rather than internal cognitive or emotional ones. We address the question of "authenticity" in caring and care work.
Keywords Care work  Robotics  Ethics of Robotics  Phenomenology  Authenticity
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DOI 10.3917/mult.058.0173
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