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Love and Justice as Competences
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Foreword Part One: What People Can Do 1. A Sociology of Disputes 2. The Political Basis for General Forms 3. Ordinary Denunciations and Critical Sociology 4. The Sociology of Critical Society 5. A Model of Competence for Judgement 6. Principles of Equivalence and Justifiable Proofs 7. Tests and Temporality 8. Four Modes of Action 9. Below the Threshold of the Report Part Two: Agape: An Introduction to the States of Peace 1. Disputes and Peace 1.1 The Limits of Justice 1.2 Anthropology and Tradition 1.3 The Theological Tradition 2. Three Forms of Love 2.1 An Initial Inventory 2.2 Love as Reciprocity: Philia 2.3 Eros and the Construction of General Equivalence 2.4 Agape and the Withdrawal of Equivalence 2.5 The Insouciance of Agape 2.6 Duration and Permanence 2.7 The Example of Little Flowers 2.8 Parable and Metaphor 3. Agape and the Social Sciences 3.1 Agape: Practical Model, Ideal or Utopia? 3.2 Marx and the Theory of Justice 3.3 The Paradoxes of Gifts and Counter-gifts 4. Toward a Sociology of Agape 4.1 The Model of Pure Agape 4.2 Access to the States of Agape 4.3 From Love to Justice 4.4 From Justice to Love 4.5 Agape and Emotion Part Three: Public Denunciation 1. The Affair as a Social Form 2. The Actantial System of Denunciation 3. The Requirement of Desingularization 4. The Difficult Denunciation of Kith and Kin 5. Maneuvering to Increase One's Own Stature 6. What One Must Not Do Oneself 7. Generalization and Singularity 8. Dignity Offended 9. Confidence Betrayed Annex 1. Building the Factorial Analysis Annex 2. A Sampling of Typical Letters Works Cited

About the Author

Luc Boltanski is Professor of Sociology at the Ecole des hautes etudes en sciences sociales, Paris

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'When an injustice is committed, most of us simmer in anger and indignation and feel compelled to denounce the perpetrators. Yet, despite its widespread character, the actual social and emotional experience of injustice has hardly been studied. This book is the first major sociological study of denunciation, that most ordinary act present in personal and public life. Boltanski is the leading sociologist of his generation, and this book's virtuosity shows why.' Eva Illouz, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

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