Elizabeth Brake
Associate Professor
Philosophy
Arizona State University

Elizabeth Brake was educated at The Universities of Oxford (B.A.) and St. Andrews (M. Litt., PhD).  From 2000-2011, she taught in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Calgary, Canada; in 2007-2008 she held a Fellowship at the Center for Ethics and Public Affairs, Murphy Institute, Tulane University.  She has written on political liberalism, Kant's and Hegel's ethical thought, parental rights and responsibilities, and marriage.  She is the author of Minimizing Marriage (OUP, 2012) and editor of After Marriage: Rethinking Marital Relationships (OUP, forthcoming).

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Government and Marriage (Just Cause)

In this video, Elizabeth Brake (Arizona State University) discusses Care Ethics, a normative ethical view that has been ignored in much of moral philosophy. After introducing Care Ethics, she discusses its application to marriage and political rights. This is the 5th and final part of the series

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Government and Marriage (Polyamory)
PHILOSOPHY - Political: Government and Marriage (Polyamory) [HD]
Government and Marriage (Friends with Legal Benefits)
PHILOSOPHY - Political: Government and Marriage (Friends with Legal Benefits) [HD]
Government and Marriage (Minimal Marriage)
PHILOSOPHY - Political: Government and Marriage (Minimal Marriage)
Government and Marriage (Government's Role)
PHILOSOPHY - Political: Government and Marriage, Part 1 [HD]
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