Which is a more fundamental human value between 'care' and 'justice'?
Philosophy of Feminist Ethics
Care > Justice (traditional ethics: Male)
If care can exist without justice, can justice exist without care? It seems so within a judicial system and social contracts around the world, but is care necessary to have ethics? (Don’t answer with a simple yes or an emphatic “absolutely”, please.)
However, prior to the existence of polis, as there were families and clans of families, would their existence and survival have depended on care or justice (or both)?
How do you hold the view that without care, there wouldn’t be a polis, rules, laws, contracts, etc…?
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