|Title||Moral understandings : A feminist study in ethics|
|Author||Margaret Urban Walker|
|Imprint||Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2007|
|Descript||xviii, 306p. ; 25 cm|
The subject of moral philosophy, with postscript 2007. -- Where do moral theories come from? Henry Sidgwick and twentieth-century ethics. -- Authority and transparency: the example of feminist skepticism. -- Charting responsibilities: from established coordinates to Terra Incognita. -- Picking up pieces: lives, stories, and integrity. -- Career selves: plans, projects, and plots in "Whole life ethics". -- Made a slave, born a woman: knowing others' places. -- Unnecessary identities: representational practices and moral recognition. -- The politics of transparency and the moral work of truth. -- Peripheral visions, critical practice. -- Epilogue: some questions about moral understandings.
|Political Science Library||170.82 W182M 2007||CHECK SHELVES|
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