For all you philosophers out there… I was just thinking about that last post I’m wondering whether it sounded like I am advocating an “anything goes” as long as it feels right – style of parenting?  Is there actually a right and wrong?  Or is there an underlying moral basis of what is good and bad with regard to how we raise our children?  Maybe it fits the mammalian model I proposed in the last post (food, shelter, safety from predators), or maybe there’s something more.  Where does love come into it all?

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Morally relativistic parenting?

2 thoughts on “Morally relativistic parenting?

  • 24/10/2011 at 4:49 pm

    What a refreshing blog. So good to read something that really seems to resonate with my own ideas of mothering. Can’t wait to read more. x

    • 24/10/2011 at 4:55 pm

      Thanks Rhiannon for your positive comments. I hope others will find inspiration here– something to think about, a bit of food for thought. It’s so motivating to get comments! Love, Lisa

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