Women of Care. Justice, Care and Transformation

Publication date: 
August 2012

The ethics of care has often been ignored by traditional ethics, which has relegated it to the private or domestic sphere or has assigned it exclusively to women.   In a world wounded by poverty and inequality it becomes necessary to recover a Christian vision of justice that spells out the meaning of caring for others and for the Earth and that impels us toward social transformation.  That is precisely what theologian Lucía Ramón does in this booklet.


Philosopher and lay theologian. She is a member of Cristianisme i Justícia and lecturer at the Faculty of Theology of Valencia, at the Chair of the Three Religions of the public University of Valencia and at EFETA (Feminist School of Theology of Andalusia) linked to the University of Seville. In these centres she teaches Ecumenism, Interreligious Dialogue and History and Practice of Feminist Theology. She is a regular columnist for the magazine Vida Nueva. She has been secretary of the European Society of Women in Theological Research. She has participated in international conferences on feminist theology and ecumenism in Zimbabwe, the United States, England, Germany, Italy, Argentina, Portugal, Switzerland and Austria. 

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