Held, V. Ethics of care. Personal, Political and Global, Translation: Urban. P., Prague: Filosofia. 2016.

Ethics of care is a new and dynamically evolving direction of moral philosophy. While traditional ethical systems focus their attention primarily on the actions and qualities of individuals, ethics of care highlights the moral importance of mutual relationships between individuals and groups. This book presents the ethics of care as a unique normative theory. Virginia Held, one of the main leaders of this ethical direction, explains the characteristics of care and explains how ethics of care differs from traditional ethical concepts such as Kantian ethics, utilitarianism and ethics of virtues.