. . . it’s Political Philosophy, edited by Anthony O’Hear, a collection of essays about terrorism, the just war, and the role of emotion in political discourse.
By Tuesday it’ll be shelved on the 3rd floor at JA71 .P62245 2006
Making the World Safe for Utilitarianism
Innocent Before God: Politics, Morality and the Case of Billy Budd
Democracy and Openness
Rights and Human Beings
Prerogative to Depart from Equality
Casting the First Stone: Who Can, and Who Canâ€™t, Condemn the Terrorists?
Big Decision: Opting, Converting, Drifting
The Epistemology of Unjust War
High Culture, Low PoliticsEdmund Burke and the Anglo-American Tradition of Liberty
The Politics of Emotion: Liberalism and Cognitivism