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selver wrote

Hah I almost posted this after doing the reading too.

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Tequila_Wolf wrote

Looks to be an interesting read based on this reading posted by selver a few days ago.

While that notion of the ethic of care places emphasis on the individual attitudes of those who care and think care as a transcendent value [...] for us the logic of care is transindividual and immanent, it does not depend on one but rather on many and is thus inseparable from the social, material, and concrete forms of organization of the tasks related to care.

Seems to me to be the kind of immanent ethics I think is anarchist.