A Feminist Perspective on Virtue Ethics - Berges, S.
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A Feminist Perspective on Virtue Ethics provides of historical survey of feminist virtue ethics, and shows how the ethical theorizing of women in the past can be brought to bear on that of women in the present.

Produktbeschreibung
A Feminist Perspective on Virtue Ethics provides of historical survey of feminist virtue ethics, and shows how the ethical theorizing of women in the past can be brought to bear on that of women in the present.
Autorenporträt
Sandrine Berges is a feminist philosopher currently working at Bilkent University, in Ankara, Turkey. Her publications include a guidebook to Wollstonecraft's A Vindication of the Rights of Woman, as well as various other pieces on the feminist history of philosophy and ancient virtue ethics.
Inhaltsangabe
Introduction - A Historical Perspective on Women's Ethical Experience, Care and Virtue Ethics 1. Origins Revisited: on the Mother's Side 2. Stoic Virtues, Christian Caritas, and the Communal Life 3. The Paradox of the Virtuous Woman in Christine de Pizan's Fortress, and in XVth Century Public Life 4. Revolutionary Mothers, or Virtue in the Age of Enlightenment 5. Care as Virtue 6. Care, Gender and the Public Life 7. Care and Global Justice 8. Looking Back and the Way Ahead