By Didier Fassin
A spouse to ethical Anthropology is the 1st collective attention of the anthropological dimensions of morals, morality, and ethics. unique essays through overseas specialists discover many of the currents, methods, and concerns during this vital new self-discipline, analyzing issues reminiscent of the ethnography of moralities, the research of ethical subjectivities, and the exploration of ethical economies.
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4 In this respect, “the state of feeling” is the value itself, situated outside the person and in the thing it increases.
Fourth, critique supposes an interrogation about the reasons, justifications, and consequences of the deployment of morality and ethics as a language to describe, interpret, and act in the contemporary world. Certainly this language is not entirely new, but its recent deployment questions the signification of this ethical turn. It is necessary to apprehend the economic and social issues it reformulates or eclipses, particularly in terms of inequality and power, and the alternative perspectives it delegitimizes, whether they invoke justice or conflict.
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