Caring, Social Policy, and Homelessness
Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 2002; 23(6): 441-454
Care theory offers a way to overcome a weakness of liberalism- -its reluctance to intervene in the private lives of adults. In caring for the homeless, we must sometimes use a limited form of coercion, but our intervention is always interactive, and the process of finding a solution is one of negotiation between the needs expressed by the homeless and the needs we infer for them.
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