First published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Table of ContentsPART ONE. THE MISE-EN-SCENE: MORAL PHILOSOPHY NOW
1. The Subject of Moral Philosophy
2. Where Do Moral Theories Come From?: Henry Sidgwick and Twentieth-Century Ethics
PART TWO. CLEARER VIEWS: AN EXPRESSIVE-COLLABORATIVE MODEL
3. Authority and
Transparency: The Example of Feminist Skepticism
4. Charting Responsibilities: From Established Coordinates to Terra Incognita
PART THREE. SELF- (AND OTHER) PORTRAITS: WHO ARE WE, AND HOW DO WE KNOW?
5. Picking Up Pieces: Lives, Stories, and Integrity
Selves: Plans, Projects, and Plots in "Whole" Life Ethics
7. Made a Slave, Born a Woman: Knowing Others' Places
8. Unnecessary Identities: Representational Practices and Moral Recognition
PART FOUR. TESTING SIGHT LINES
9. Peripheral Visions, Critical Practice
theoretical-juridical model but also to the ethics of care as that has been construed in many feminist discussions. Presenting feminist ethics in a somewhat unexpected light, this profound and original book reaches new levels of theoretical insight and moral understanding." (Alison M.
Jaggar, University of Colorado, Boulder)
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