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Q 3 2003 format - Held as a synthesis of Bentham and...

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Held as a synthesis of Bentham and Noddings. Held’s System Held believes that Justice and care should not be separated. In her system, Care is still primary to justice and can exist independently of justice. Her example of this is family life, care can be present when justice is not. Additionally, Justice cannot exist without care. But the ideal system is one which has both. With justice existing within the framework or bounds of care. Held’s notion of care is very much in line with Noddings notion of care. The primary difference being that Held believes care works best when it acts as the framework for Justice. Whereas Noddings believes that care, alone, is the ideal. Held’s Notion of Justice There is nothing to indicate, however, that Held holds a view of justice that is anything similar or even related to Bentham’s idea of justice. She does not seem to be addressing justice for the whole or the ‘community’.
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2010 for the course PHL 347 taught by Professor Kelley during the Spring '10 term at Bradley.

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