Do you think there is such a thing as a women’s perspective in ethics? If so, wouldn’t that make ethics perspectival (a matter of whether you are a man or woman)? Could there really be differing ethics for men and women, such that some things are right for a man and wrong for a woman? Or does Care Ethics provide a better framework for making ethical choices than a Kantian Justice perspective? Could a man operate out of feminist ethics? Does the feminist perspective provide a necessary corrective and solve problems that arise with the “male” Kantian Justice perspective? Should the Justice perspective be considered male? If you don’t agree that there is a women’s perspective in ethics, how do you explain the research that shows that women often think differently about ethical issues than men? Are women (or men) just ethically immature? This is the type of question that is likely to start a gender war. Remember the rule of civility in your answer.