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The personalist ethics of Edith Stein and her feminist thought are intrinsically interrelated. This unique connection constitutes perhaps the main novelty of Stein's ethical thought that makes her a forerunner of some recent developments in feminist ethics, particularly ethics of care. A few scholars have noticed the resemblance between Stein's feminist personalism and care ethics, yet none of them have properly explored it. This paper offers an in-depth discussion of the overlaps anddoi:10.3390/philosophies7030060 fatcat:7r2t46qdmza6lo3qcldxzfq5oa