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    Care Ethics: New Theories and Applications
    with Joan Orme
    Ethics and Social Welfare 4 (2): 109-114. 2010.
    No abstract
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    Perspectives on Equality: Constructing a Relational Theory
    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. 1997.
    Beginning with liberalism's foundational idea of moral equality as the basis for treating people with equal concern and respect, Christine Koggel offers a modified account of what makes human beings equal and what is needed to achieve equality. Koggel utilizes insights from care ethics but switches the focus from care as a moral response within personal relationships to the broader network of relationships within which care is given or withheld. The result is an account of moral personhood and a…Read more
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    Now available in three thematic volumes, the second edition of Moral Issues in Global Perspective is a collection of the newest and best articles on current moral issues by moral and political theorists from around the globe. Each volume seeks to challenge the standard approaches to morality and moral issues shaped by Western liberal theory and to extend the inquiry beyond the context of North America. Covering a broad range of issues and arguments, this collection includes critiques of traditio…Read more
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    Relational Remembering and Oppression
    Hypatia 29 (2): 493-508. 2014.
    This paper begins by discussing Sue Campbell's account of memory as she first developed it in Relational Remembering: Rethinking the Memory Wars and applied it to the context of the false memory debates. In more recent work, Campbell was working on expanding her account of relational remembering from an analysis of personal rememberings to activities of public rememberings in contexts of historic harms and, specifically, harms to Aboriginals and their communities in Canada. The goal of this pape…Read more
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    I begin by discussing forms of cosmopolitanism that motivate challenges to distributive accounts of global justice. I then use Sen's version of the capabilities approach to show how distributive accounts fall short, why an overarching theory of justice is not needed, and that democracy understood as the exercise of public reasoning can do the work of identifying and addressing injustices. That said in favor of Sen, I argue that his account fails to attend to the kinds of injustices emerging from…Read more
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    ABSTRACTThis paper examines an application of epistemic injustice not fully explored in the literature. How does epistemic injustice function in broader contexts of relationships within countries between colonizers and colonized? More specifically, what can be learned about the ongoing structural aspects of hermeneutical injustice in Canada’s settler history of the forced assimilation of Indigenous peoples and the resultant erasing and marginalizing of Indigenous histories, languages, laws, trad…Read more
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    A critical analysis of recent work on empowerment: implications for gender
    Journal of Global Ethics 9 (3): 263-275. 2013.
    Journal of Global Ethics, Volume 9, Issue 3, Page 263-275, December 2013
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    Now available in three thematic volumes, the second edition of Moral Issues in Global Perspective is a collection of the newest and best articles on current moral issues by moral and political theorists from around the globe. Each volume seeks to challenge the standard approaches to morality and moral issues shaped by Western liberal theory and to extend the inquiry beyond the context of North America. Covering a broad range of issues and arguments, this collection includes critiques of traditio…Read more
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    Disorientation and Moral Life
    Ethics and Social Welfare 11 (2): 191-197. 2017.
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    Gender Justice and Development: Local and Global
    with Cynthia Bisman
    Ethics and Social Welfare 6 (3): 213-215. 2012.
    No abstract
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    This is the first paper in the invited collection. Koggel starts with Code’s first book to record the key objections she raises against traditional and mainstream epistemological accounts. They are the sort of objections that will thread their way through all her work and be important to the development of feminist epistemology. I will then introduce, summarize, and discuss the work Code does on virtue ethics in Epistemic Responsibility and speculate on why she abandons this path in the rest of …Read more
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    Empowerment and the Role of Advocacy in a Globalized World
    Ethics and Social Welfare 1 (1): 8-21. 2007.
    No abstract
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    Now available in three thematic volumes, the second edition of Moral Issues in Global Perspective is a collection of the newest and best articles on current moral issues by moral and political theorists from around the globe. Each volume seeks to challenge the standard approaches to morality and moral issues shaped by Western liberal theory and to extend the inquiry beyond the context of North America. Covering a broad range of issues and arguments, this collection includes critiques of traditio…Read more
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    Journal of Global Ethics Editorial Announcement
    with Martin Schönfeld and Eric Palmer
    Journal of Global Ethics 14 (3): 314-314. 2018.
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    Care Ethics: New Theories and Applications—Part II
    with Joan Orme
    Ethics and Social Welfare 5 (2): 107-109. 2011.
    No abstract
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    Equality Analysis in a Global Context
    Canadian Journal of Philosophy 32 (Supplement): 247-272. 2002.
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    Confidential Relationships: Psychoanalytic, Ethical, and Legal Contexts
    with Allannah Furlong and Charles Levin
    Rodopi. 2003.
    This book focuses the collective attention of psychotherapists, the legal community, social scientists, and ethicists on the moral, legal, and clinical problems of confidentiality in psychotherapeutic practice. By providing timely and important interdisciplinary contributions, the book opens the way to understanding, if not resolving, the conflicting interests and values at stake in the debate on confidentiality
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    A Relational Theory of Equality
    Dissertation, Queen's University at Kingston (Canada). 1994.
    The classical liberal argument that each human being has equal moral value and is deserving of equal concern and respect has had an enormous impact on our understanding both of equality and of individuals. Using this as a foundation, liberals have formulated theories of what is required for treating individuals with equal concern and respect that have provided ever more substantive interpretations of what individuals need to flourish in social relations marred by a legacy of discrimination and i…Read more
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    Feminist Relational Theory: The Significance of Oppression and Structures of Power
    International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics 13 (2): 49-55. 2020.
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    Now available in three thematic volumes, the second edition of _Moral Issues in Global Perspective_ is a collection of the newest and best articles on current moral issues by moral and political theorists from around the globe. Each volume seeks to challenge the standard approaches to morality and moral issues shaped by Western liberal theory and to extend the inquiry beyond the context of North America. Covering a broad range of issues and arguments, this collection includes critiques of tradit…Read more