• Inequality, Vulnerability, and Morality
    Dissertation, University of Illinois at Chicago. 1996.
    Throughout our lives we participate in relationships in which inequality of power is unavoidable. We are infants and parents, students and teachers, employees and employers, to name a few. Contemporary moral theory has had little to say about the moral significance of these relations, yet any adequate moral theory must offer us guidance in our dealings with those who are vulnerable to us. ;The relations on which I focus are structurally unequal--they have a power differential as an inherent stru…Read more