Norsk Filosofisk Tidsskrift 41 (2):151-161 (2006)

Tove Pettersen
University of Oslo
Med omsorgsetikken har Carol Gilligan avslørt tradisjonell moralfilosofi som en kjønnet maktdiskurs hvor etiske utfordringer og erfaringer forbundet med kvinner har blitt ignorert og devaluert. Men hva slags etisk teori er egentlig omsorgsetikken, hvordan skiller den seg fra andre etiske teorier og hva den kan yte?
Keywords Ethics of Care  Normative Ethics  Carol Gilligan
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DOI 10.18261/issn1504-2901-2006-02-05
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