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Joshua J. Hordern is Associate Professor of Christian Ethics at University of Oxford, Harris Manchester College.
Table of Contents
|Politics and Emotions|
|Emotion and religion in contemporary politics|
|The cognitivist turn in theories of emotion|
|Compassion as paradigm: Martha Nussbaum's approach|
|Affections as the participative beginnings of understanding|
|Affections and the end|
|Affections and Political Institutions|
|Martha Nussbaum's political eschatology|
|Political affections in Deuteronomy, Luke and Acts|
|Representation, loyalty and law|
|Compassion and shame revisited|
|Conclusion: Joy and awe|
|Affections and Locality|
|Constitutional patriotism revisited|
|Renewing Political Affections|
|Transmission, trust and transposition|
|Faith in God as the source of joyful praise|
|Joyful praise as the beginning of political ethics|
|Sharing in joyful praise of the crucified and risen Christ|
|Conclusion: The return to praise|
|Epilogue: The Joy of All the Earth|
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