"Instead of exploring how moral reasoning develops, or attempting to teach moral choice through rational argument, Noddings examines what it means to care and be cared for, how caring for another person relates to the larger moral picture, and how caring ultimately functions in an educational context. . . . Neither a how-to book nor a syrupy celebration of universal love, Caring is both for general readers and specialists."--New York Times -- Review
About the Author
Nel Noddings is Lee Jacks Professor of Education, Emerita, Stanford University. She is the author of Educating Moral People: A Caring Alternative to Character Education (2002), Starting at Home: Caring and Social Policy (2002), Women and Evil (California, 1989), The Challenge to Care in Schools (1992), Educating for Intelligent Belief or Unbelief (1993), and Philosophy of Education (1995).