Ethics IV Feminist Ethics & Examples

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Unformatted text preview: Feminist Ethics and Some Famous Thought Experiments in Ethics Carol Gilligan’s Feminist Ethics The Story of Jake and Amy The “Heinz Dilemma” Jake’s Response Jake, Continued Jake: “Like a Math Problem with Humans” Lawrence Kohlberg’s Scale of Ethical Development Jake Scores on Kohlberg’s Scale Amy’s Response Amy’s Response, Continued Amy’s Response, Continued Amy Reframes the Question The Importance of The Frame An Ethic of Care and Responsibility Rights and Responsibilities: Complementary An Ethic that Recognizes Institutional Injustice as Well as Individual Injustice Rights vs Responsibilities Morality of Rights Negative Obligation: Not to Interfere With Abstract principles Impersonal and Universal Justice Morality of Responsibility Positive Obligation: To Care For Real-World Context Interpersonal Relationships Compassion Gilligan’s 3 Levels: A Female Trajectory 3. The Morality of Nonviolence 2. Responsibility/Sacrifice 1. Individual Survival Gilligan Draws on Nancy Chodorow’s Analysis of Gender Differences “the same as” “not the same as”...
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