This book begins with versions of the ethic of care and the ethic of justice. It argues that the ethic of care reveals important problems with the concept of autonomy, but that these problems are not present in all versions of autonomy.

chapter 1|10 pages

The Ideal Types of Care and Justice

chapter 2|24 pages

Care and Autonomy

chapter 3|22 pages

Care and Autonomy in Practice

chapter 5|20 pages

Public Applications of the Ethic of Care