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Journal

Ethics

1997

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Full-Text Articles in Feminist Philosophy

Sex And Consequences: World Population Growth Vs. Reproductive Rights, Margaret P. Battin Jan 1997

Sex And Consequences: World Population Growth Vs. Reproductive Rights, Margaret P. Battin

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Conflict between concern over global population growth and concern for reproductive rights is intense. In this paper I explore how developments in reproductive technology, present and future, may provide a solution to this conflict – one which promises both a significant drop in population growth and the fullest protection of reproductive rights and preferences.


Women, Welfare, And A Public Ethic Of Care, Eva Feder Kittay Jan 1997

Women, Welfare, And A Public Ethic Of Care, Eva Feder Kittay

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Welfare is not only a poverty issue, it is a woman’s issue. We need to formulate a foundation of the political will to shape and support a welfare policy that can serve women raising families without stigmatizing them in the process. The paper attempts to formulate such a foundation.