Care-honouring means to us ... add our own ideas here

„These ways of doing care are grounded in an ethos that respects and understand limits at the same time as it respects and understands potential and possibility. Navigating these changeable parameters is the practical, situated 'doing' of care-work, which is to say commoning x. This will always involve forms of practical negotiation and experiment.“ (ibid: xx)

YOUTUBE vZEJV3kBQH0 Interview of Nancy Folbre, feminist economist, UMass Amherst, by Marshall Auerbach, Institute for New Economic Thinking

# Sources Patrick Bresnihan (2016): The More than Human Commons, in: Kirwan, Sam., Dawney, Leila., & Brigstocke, Julian. (Eds.): Space, power and the commons: The struggle for alternative futures. Routledge. draft paper on academia pdf

Essay by Ina Praetorius: "The Care-Centered Economy: Rediscovering what has been taken for granted." pdf

Summary of Praetorius' essay on David Bollier's blog, April 29, 2015 html