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Although, Gilligan's "care" perspective & Kohlberg's "justice" perspective relatively correlates one another, there are several differences among the two. I would not necessarily say that Gilligan's "care" perspective is weaker for what she mainly accomplished was creating equality between sexes. The problem with that was that gender references in moral reasoning was considered insignificant. Men can be just as emotional as women just as women can be just a justice oriented as men. Morality has no gender. With the care perspective, I would add a few key points such as age differences between men and women since how age is a key role in how we think morally. Also, Just how the justice perspective had a more well-rounded appeal to it, Gilligan should have focused on more of broader issues of equality and not focusing on people and relationships.
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