Politics & Poetics, Volume II:
Compassion & Community
Project editor: Louise Parker
Status of issue: OPEN (submissions welcome)
Call for papers can be viewed here
Publication: Rolling - we publish articles as they clear peer review
Number of articles currently in peer review: 3
Number of accepted articles: 3
Table of Contents
R Ekins, 'The Bounds of Compassion and the Dissolution of Nations'
M Sławkowski-Rode, 'Compassion, Mourning and Sharing the World'
D Burbidge, 'The uncomfortable question of urgency for liberal thought: A dialogue between John Locke’s Two Treatises of Government and contemporary liberal theory'
P Hampson, Review of Paul Bloom, Against Empathy: The Case for Rational Compassion
B Koons, Review of David Riesbeck, Aristotle on Political Community
J Harmat, Review of Yoram Hazony, The Philosophy of Hebrew Scripture
Supplement of discussion papers
N Helms & J Simmons, 'Compassion as a Public Vice'
J Valberg, 'Deception'
S Hughes, 'Compassion & Moral Philosophy'
Cover image: sculpture of John Locke from the Dallas Column by Alexander Stoddart, Paisley, Scotland, UK. Artist's website.
Volume II: Compassion & Community