June Jones, School of Health and Population Studies, University of Birmingham


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The session will explore how the modern ethical notion of duties and rights have let children, amongst others, down. A return to the ethics of Aristotle provides an approach to child rearing and life long education that values relationships and the role of mentors. The session will show that modern medical education and child care have much in common and much to learn from an Aristotelian approach.

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