Mother time for focusing on a number of issues associated with aging for example our changing appearance a sense of no longer being needed loss of personal and professional relationships declining energy increased fi nancial. Fifteen original essays open up a novel area of inquiry the distinctively ethical dimensions of womens experiences of and in aging contributors distinguished in the fields of feminist ethics and the ethics of aging explore assumptions experiences practices and public policies that affect womens well being and dignity in later life. Mother time is a vivid contentious invitation to engage in rethinking widespread assumptions about aging and gender the better to understand ethical dimensions of womens experiences of aging reflection on these issues returns us also to fundamental questions about feminist ethics and politics what is a well lived life. This collection of original essays opens up a novel area of inquiry the distinctively ethical dimension of womens experiences of aging fifteen distinguished contributors here explore assumptions experiences practices and public policies that affect womens well being and dignity in later life. The dutch section of the di rience of aging and c an ethical understanding of ag ary is a rather poignant read with stirums attempts to ing and women is good for ethics as well as for women gain favor with the king failing and elizabeth con her own contribution too embodies one of several stantly anxious about the future prospects
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