In this clip, Gilligan discusses a methodological difference in analyzing women's self-reporting (much of the content of In a Different Voice):
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She claims that rather than imposing your theory (in this case that the patient knows more than she is willing or able to say) on the patient, you need to derive your theories from what the patients say. The notion of hearing your aggressor's voice as your own has echoes of our Hegel discussion of self.
What do you all think? Do any of our readers here with some prior Gilligan reading experience feel that we failed to give an adequate account of her work on the 'cast?