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Sacrifice : a care-ethical reappraisal of sacrifice and self-sacrifice

Author: Inge van Nistelrooij
Publisher: [Leuven] : Peeters, 2015.
Series: Ethics of care, v. 4.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Inge van Nistelrooij
ISBN: 9042930926 9789042930926
OCLC Number: 908917281
Description: ix, 302 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Defining caring and the question of self-sacrifice --
Defining caring and rejecting self-sacrifice --
Defining caring and its limits to prevent self-sacrifice --
Noddings's view of caring --
Self-sacrifice in Noddings's view --
Reflection on Noddings's view --
Caregiving and possible self-sacrifice --
Tronto's view of care --
Tronto's moral and political ethics of care --
Sacrifice and self-sacrifice in Tronto's work --
A definition of caring that entails self-sacrifice --
Van Heijst's normative concept of care --
Neediness, lovability and institutional professionalism --
Conclusion --
Theology, caring and life trajectories --
Descriptions of self-sacrifice from history-of-religion and theology --
Moser's description of the variety of meanings of sacrifice and self-sacrifice --
Christian theological understanding of self-sacrifice --
Critical reflection on self-sacrifice from a feminist, womanist and historical theological perspective --
Feminist-theological critique of self-sacrifice --
Critique of self-sacrifice as substitution by womanist theology --
Self-sacrifice in historical charitable practices: idealization, critique and inspiration --
Empirical and intercultural research into the language of sacrifice as a political and theological category --
Qualitative-empirical field studies --
Dovetailing of empirical and conceptual analysis --
The insights gained from Moser's work --
Theological views of self-sacrifice --
Crysdale's view of the cross as embracing suffering --
Vacek's elaboration of love as mutuality and communion --
Conclusion: self-sacrifice in Christian theology --
Givenness precedes giving --
Marion and the tradition of phenomenological reduction --
Marion's phenomenology of the gift, givenness, and the gifted --
The gift --
The experience in real life of givenness --
Receiving the given phenomenon: 'Me' being given --
Detour: the relevance of the pre-moral for thinking self- sacrifice --
The reductions of giving and receiving and their con- sequence for self-sacrifice --
Five pre-moral determinations and their consequence for self-sacrifice --
The shining through of the moral: the gifted being called from solipsism and indifference --
Conclusion --
Struggle for community --
Introduction to Honneth's thought --
Honneth's Struggle for Recognition --
The dialectic of morally motivated community and conflict --
Empirical support for the idea of indispensable mutual recognition --
Love, respect and solidarity as necessary developmental stages --
Three corresponding forms of contempt --
The moral logic of social straggle --
Honneth's recognition as emotional involvement in public relations --
Conclusion --
Affective coexistence --
The questions leading to consult Housset --
A new framework for understanding the subject --
Pity: from the interior sentiment to an ethical moment --
Housset's open subject --
Conclusion with regard to re-thinking the subject --
A new framework for understanding intersubjectivity --
The non-relation of false pity and the relation of pity --
The relation and the other in the self --
Reflection and conclusion: Housset's view of intersubjectivity as a contribution to conceiving self-sacrifice --
A new framework for understanding the community --
Housset's view of the community as commonality of misery --
Reflection and conclusion with regard to Housset's view of the community --
A reframing of givenness as the experience of grace --
Ethos founded by God's pity --
Reflection on grace and conclusion with regard to sell-sacrifice --
Conclusion --
Keeping tensions alive --
Introduction into Ricœur's thought --
The dialectics of the self --
The dialectics of narrative identity --
Emplotment in narrative identity --
Ricœur's concept of disproportion between fragility and capability --
Disproportion as the ground for sacrifice as the heart's transcendence --
Conclusion with regard to self-sacrifice within the dialectics of the self --
Self-sacrifice within dialectical ethics --
Dialectical ethics --
Ethics: Aiming at the 'Good Life' with and for others in just institutions --
The deontological norm --
Practical wisdom: convictions --
Conclusion on ethics --
The political theory of mutual recognition --
Recognition as Love in adulthood --
The non-division of the private and public spheres --
Recognition as social esteem in the institutionalized society --
The break from struggle --
Conclusion --
Conclusions --
The problem --
The epistemological and hermeneutic claim of this research --
New conceptual frames --
Recasting the frame of identity of the self --
Recasting the frame of intersubjectivity --
Recasting the frame of community --
The framework of meaning and sense --
Conclusion --
Addressing a fuller reality of care --
A better view of self-sacrifice in care.
Series Title: Ethics of care, v. 4.
Responsibility: Inge van Nistelrooij.

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