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"...the politics and ethics of care are less about the burden of responsibility, or the idealistic and “charitable” act of care that makes one a better person, and more about collective joy and fulfilment. Patriarchy and NAS [narcissistic authoritarian statism] have tried to erase and sideline these histories as much as possible. Thus, the current structures of society, shaped by the legacies of colonialism, imperialism, the Industrial Revolution, and globalization, have caused many to understand care more as an individual responsibility than a collective joy."
"...the politics and ethics of care are less about the burden of responsibility, or the idealistic and “charitable” act of care that makes one a better person, and more about collective joy and fulfilment. Patriarchy and NAS [narcissistic authoritarian statism] have tried to erase and sideline these histories as much as possible. Thus, the current structures of society, shaped by the legacies of colonialism, imperialism, the Industrial Revolution, and globalization, have caused many to understand care more as an individual responsibility than a collective joy."
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