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Mothering: Moral Cultivation in Buddhist and Feminist Ethics
Author Curtin, Deane ; Powers, John
Source Philosophy East and West
Volumev.44 n.1
Date1994.01
Pages1 - 18
PublisherUniversity of Hawaii Press
Publisher Url https://uhpress.hawaii.edu/
LocationHonolulu, HI, US [檀香山, 夏威夷州, 美國]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Language英文=English
Note320
KeywordMoral Aspects of Buddhism; Ethical Aspects of Buddhism; Moral Aspects of Feminism; Ethical Aspects of Feminism; Moral Aspects of Motherhood; Ethical Aspects of Motherhood; Comparative Method of Moral Development
Abstracthas been used as an ethical model by both Buddhist and feminist philosophers. The Tibetan Buddhist Tsong kha pa's 'Great Exposition of the Stages of the Path' ('Lam rim chen mo') advocates meditation on mothering as a way of learning to value other people as equal to oneself. Feminist Sara Ruddick's 'Maternal Thinking:Toward a Politics of Peace' describes mothering as a social practice that leads to development of an ethical stance of nonviolence. Both traditions view suffering as the result of oppressive hierarchical concepts, criticize static metaphysical concepts and the priority of theory over practice and view morality as contextual.
ISSN00318221 (P); 15291898 (E)
DOI10.2307/1399802
Hits1038
Created date2000.12.20; 2002.03.23
Modified date2019.05.17



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