3 edition of Towards a politics of compassion found in the catalog.
Towards a politics of compassion
Emeka Christian Obiezu
Includes bibliographical references (p. 171-192) and index.
|Statement||Emeka Christian Obiezu.|
|LC Classifications||BR1463.N5 O24 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 199 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||199|
|ISBN 10||9781434399649, 9781434399663|
|LC Control Number||2009294155|
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A book will then be released in featuring the best of the essays, and will be widely distributed in schools and on college campuses. See the index of the published chapters here. #20 – Government Can Be a Compassionate Alternative to the Harshness of the Marketplace “The Politics of Compassion” by William B. Irvine. book — compassion, empathy, bias, inequality, root causes, systemic racism — and the audi-ence nodded along, without a single critical question about speci4ic programs or outcomes. In practice, the compassion brigades have captured the local political vocabulary about homelessness and elevated a series of.
Towards a political, philosophical and theological context | In some popular and political discourse, 'compassion' is commonly conceived as a simple or 'given' aspect of the : Joshua Hordern. The politics of purity was replaced by a politics of compassion. Marcus J. Borg is Hundere Distinguished Professor of Religion and Culture at Oregon State University, and the author o f Jesus: Uncovering the Life, Teachings, and Relevance of a Religious Revolutionary (), and Reading the Bible Again for the First Time ().
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Michael Stoeber, Professor of Spirituality and Pastoral Theology, Regis College, University of Toronto. Emeka's book, Towards a Politics of Compassion., exposes his dogged power of reasoning and down-to-earth response to duty.
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Emeka's diligent analysis and illustration, makes Christ's participation in sinful humanity without being a sinner very lucid Brand: AuthorHouse. The Politics of Compassion Edited by Michael Ure and Mervyn Frost Routledge, Two notions of politics.
This fascinating book examines the role of compassion in international relations from sociological, psychological and political theory perspectives, providing a historical background of the main theories about emotions in politics.
Phil Jenkins: Toward a politics of compassion. wrote a small book on compassion, and in it Towards a politics of compassion book says that, “Compassion is the radicalism of our time.” Which doesn’t mean that turning. Compassion is a politically charged virtue, and yet we know surprisingly little about the uses (and abuses) of compassion in political environments.
Covering sociology, political theory and psychology, and with contributions from Martha Nussbaum and Andrew Linklater amongst others, the book gives a succinct overview of the main theories of Cited by: This book provides a critical overview of the role of the emotions in politics.
Compassion is a politically charged virtue, and yet we know surprisingly little about the uses (and abuses) of compassion in political environments. Covering sociology, political theory and. This chapter examines the affective modalities of the dilemmas of democracy, focusing on the articulation of affect in current theoretical and popular reflections on the possibility of democracy.
It analyses the conflicting affects of fear and love in the face of anti-Semitism in Poland in order to understand the crucial role that affect plays, both in xenophobic, ethno-nationalist attitudes Author: Dorota Glowacka.
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