Journal of Moral Education 16 (3):177-188 (1987)

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Abstract Using a feminist perspective of caring, this paper moves from an examination of differences between masculine and feminine views on good and evil to argue that analysis and articulation of the feminine view may contribute significantly to an understanding of moral issues and a reformulation of educational practices
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