This book broadens the scope of thinking about ethics in global social relations, criticizing the 'leading traditions' in international ethics, and exploring the ways in which some strands of feminist moral philosophy may offer an alternative perspective to view ethics in international relations.
About the Author
Fiona Robinsonteaches international relations at Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario.
Date of Birth:May 19, 1976
Table of Contents
Introduction: Rethinking International Ethics The Ethics of Care Ethical Reasoning and the Global Context of Care Traditions of International Ethics: A Critical Reappraisal Globalization, Moral Relations, and the Ethics of Care Global Social Relations and Exclusion: Towards a Critical Ethics of Care A Critical Ethics of Care in the Context of International Relations