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Foucault’s most important contribution to ethics is a theoretical framework he developed for historical times and places—Hellenistic Greece, Imperial Rome, and early Christianity. The same lens he used to uncover the ethical systems at work in the discourse of others Foucault uses to examine...
In Race Matters, Cornel West argued that a politics of convergence will be at the center of any significant social transformation of race relations in America and that such a politics must be grounded in a “love ethic.” West’s analyses of race relations reveal a qualitative approach to...
This article frames Paulo Freire’s literacy project within the metaphors of story and narrative. The metaphors manifest philosophical and practical significance for understanding his literacy project. Freire frames a story of pedagogy that saves face for the learner, inviting us into an...
Heller’s trilogy developing a theory of social ethics is grounded in the decisive question of how good persons are possible. She disavows an abstract ethics of rules, so she does not build an ethical system but observes the lives of good persons. She focuses on healthy everyday lives rather...
Seyla Benhabib reformulates discourse ethics into a radically democratized strong conversational model to address communitarian, feminist, and postmodernist critiques of Habermasian formulations. This model of interactive universalism extends concepts of universal moral respect and egalitarian...
This article explores much of the body of bell hooks’s work. It analyzes her long trajectory from her opening salvo , Ain’tIaWoman, to her latest books and essays in a framework that contextualizes her explicit and implicit ethical stances in terms of issues of multiculturalism, feminism, and...
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