An ethics explainer: the philosophical importance of vulnerability

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We all know what “vulnerability” means.  But when the word is used by philosophers, Vulnerability describes the ways in which people are less self-sufficient than they think. It explains how factors beyond our control – other people, events and circumstances – can impact our ability to live our best lives. The implications of vulnerability for ethics are considerable and wide-reaching.

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