Spirituality in Social Work with Respect to the Helping Person’s Education and Skills
Spiritual Sensitivity in Caritas Services: Why and How to Work with the Spiritual Dimension of the Life Situation of Clients
Martyria as One of the Christian Aspects of the Helping Worker
Caritas as the Third Sector of Society in Poland
Why Does a Social Worker Act in a Fanatic, Cynical, or Composed Manner? On the Relationship Between Spirituality and the Moral Attitude towards What Cannot Be Changed
The Morality of Care – Its Origin, Reception and Further Development from the Point of View of the Psychology of Morality
Gilligan’s research on women considering abortion was a turning point in the field of moral psychology and its methodology. Gilligan discovered a new aspect of morality by using a real-life moral dilemma. She was confronted with strong methodological criticism. Further research did not confirm the assumption of male and female morality. However, two coexisting moral orientations are generally acknowledged: an orientation towards justice and an orientation towards care. This has given rise to a relatively new philosophical current called the ethic of care. Its groundwork is the perspective of care focusing on people’s needs, improving real relationships and cultivating sensitivity towards the present situation.
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