Photos: “The Political Role of Moral Emotions”

Carla Bagnoli (Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia), Blaming: a pluralist and dynamic account.


Gustavo Beade (Universidad Austral de Chile), Emotions, Punishment and Human Rights Violations: A Defense of the ‘Trials from within the Community’


Michael Cholbi (University of Edinburgh), Shared Grief as a Catalyst for Solidarity and Social Justice


Romy Eskens (Stockholm University), Gratitude as a Justification for Partiality Towards Combatants in Humanitarian Interventions


Jakob Huber (Goethe University Frankfurt/Main), What is Democratic Hope?


Antti Kauppinen (University of Helsinki): Emotions and Echo Chambers


Laura Luz Silva (University of Antwerp), The Efficacy of Anger: Retribution and Recognition


Max F. Kramer (University of Arizona), Moral Anger, Empathy, and Solidarity


Colleen Murphy (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign): Contempt, Political Divisions, and Transitional Justice


Victoria McGeer (Princeton University and Australian National University): Restoring dignity: Institutional humiliation and the work of apology