At the end of this course students be able:
- To present a fundamental study and critical evaluation of care ethics;
- To analyze the meaning of care;
- To analyze care as a normative concept;
- To examine implications of care ethics for end-of-life care ethics
- To examine implications of care ethics for elderly-care ethics
No previous knowledge required.
Articles and literature
Toledo / e-platform
Slides, transparencies, courseware
Is also included in other courses
- Study Abroad Programme in European Culture and Society (PECS)
- Bachelor in de wijsbegeerte (verkort programma - Ethiek) 60 ects.
- Bachelor in de wijsbegeerte (verkort programma) 60 ects.
- Bachelor of Philosophy (Abridged Programme) 64 ects.
- Master in de wijsbegeerte 60 ects.
- Master of Philosophy 60 ects.
- Master of Philosophy (MPhil) 60 ects.
- Bachelor in de wijsbegeerte (Option: General Philosophy) 180 ects.
- Bachelor of Philosophy 180 ects.
- Erasmus Mundus Master of Bioethics 60 ects.
- The Kohlberg-Gilligan debate on care
- Comparative analysis of Heidegger and Levinas on care
- Philosophical-ethical analysis of care
- Personalist approach to care ethics
- The care approach in end-of-life care ethics
- The care approach in elderly-care ethics
Description of learning activities
The course consistes of a combination of lectures and discussions. The students are expected to participate activiely in the discussions.
- Published articles and book chapters
- Powerpoint presentations
The course material will be available on Toledo.
Second examination attempt
In each academic year the student is entitled to two examination attempts: the first attempt takes place in the first or second examination session, depending on the semester when the course is offered, the second attempt takes place in the third examination session.
In the third examination session the evaluation form is the same like the evaluation form in the first or second examination session.