Round table discussion on The Global Ethics of Care
The Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory and its Laboratory for Philanthropy, Solidarity and Care Studies (SolidCare) warmly invites you to join us for the Global Care Ethics panel discussion.
If it hadn’t been obvious before, the still ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has made it painfully clear that human beings are needy and vulnerable creatures who depend on one another for physical and emotional care; moreover, it has intensified various troubling inequalities that exist both at the nation-state and at the global level. What are the implications of recognizing vulnerability and dependence for moral deliberation? What does justice require in times of global crises such as the one we have been living through for the past year? How do we take the ethics of care outside of the private sphere and use it to revitalize our commitments to equal moral worth and a liveable life on a planet in crisis?
Estelle Ferrarese, Professor of Moral and Political Philosophy, Picardie-Jules-Verne University
Fiona Robinson, Professor of Political Science, Carleton University
Guillaume Le Blanc, Professor of Philosophy, University Paris-Diderot
Sarah Clark Miller, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Bioethics, and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Pennsylvania State University
Marko Konjović (Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, University of Belgrade)
Zona Zarić (Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, University of Belgrade)