The Ethics of Care.
The paper in question aims at revealing different kinds of ethics, that is related to care ethics, features of care ethics as well as its overall importance.
In this paper you will get the insight on what the care ethics is, as studied by Virginia Held, Sara Ruddick, Nel Nodding, Annette Baier among others. The author showcases different kinds of ethics that is related to care ethics, presents the features of care ethics, and its importance. The controversies that the care ethics create are also mentioned. The bibliography lists more than 5 sources.
The care ethics regards to the principles that people usually have and follow the way of dealing with every relationship in day to day life. According to “The ethics of care: Personal, Political, and Global”, written by Virginia Held, the care ethics has not limited to this but now it can be explained involving a vast area as care ethics can be seen in case of medical practice, political life, war, international relationship, organization of a society and law. These things are involved in such a manner that they are now a part of it. According to Sara Ruddick, the pioneer of care ethics, in her article “Maternal thinking” which explained the experience of mothering and the care she gives to the baby, the care for the relationship around her and also provides a unique approach to the ethics. She also targets on feminist politics which was not of much importance those days.