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I. Introduction: Furies into Eumenides II. Anger: Weakness, Payback, Down-ranking III. Forgiveness: A Genealogy Appendix: Dies Irae IV. Intimate Relationships: The Trap of Anger V. The Middle Realm: Stoicism Qualified VI. The Political Realm: Everyday Justice VII. The Political Realm: Revolutionary Justice Appendix A: Emotions and Upheavals of Thought Appendix B: Anger and Blame Appendix C: Anger and its Species
Martha C. Nussbaum is Ernst Freund Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Ethics, appointed in the Law School, the Philosophy Department, and the Divinity School at the University of Chicago. Author of OUP titles Love's Knowledge, Sex and Social Justice, Philosophical Interventions; others; as well as Not for Profit (Princeton 2010), Upheavals of Thought (CUP 2003), Creating Capabilities (Harvard 2011), Frontiers of Justice (Harvard 2010), among others.
Nussbaum is a connoisseur of emotions * VN * Shame on us for accepting anger and good on Nussbaum for calling us out. * Alice Bloch, New Humanist * Nussbaum is one of the most productive and insightful thinkers of her generation ... She combines a philosopher's demand for conceptual clarity and rigorous thinking with a novelist's interest in narrative, art and literature. The result is an impressive body of work spanning the overlapping territories of politics, ethics and the emotions. * Julian Baginni, Prospect * Quite aside from any polemic, ethically, Nussbaum's book helps reader to discern between populism in penology, and a theory of anger which leads to further understanding. * Maximiliano E. Korstanje, International Journal of Human Rights and Constitutional Studies * A very impressive, wide-ranging, much reflected-upon work of moral and political philosophy * Trevor Pateman, Philosophy Now * A timely meditation on the place of anger in our private and public lives... [Nussbaum's] writing, as always, is erudite and engaging, and she uses it to craft a sharp lens through which students of politics can interpret current events. * Dan Degerman, Contemporary Political Theory * The book is deeply thought-provoking and persuasive. * Stuart Jesson (York St John University), Studies in Christian Ethics * In all, the work provides a key philosophical addition to her volumes on emotional development and political liberal justice... Her strict focus on leadership pronouncements rather than de facto psychological and sociological dynamics opens the analysis to charges of empirically inattentive moralizing. * Steven Schoonover, Journal of Human Development and Capabilities * In all, the work provides a key philosophical addition to her volumes on emotional development and political liberal justice... Her strict focus on leadership pronouncements rather than de facto psychological and sociological dynamics opens the analysis to charges of empirically inattentive moralizing.