Love, Hate, and the State, Session #2 with Zak Slayback With Zak Slayback

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Love, Hate, and the State: An Introduction to Emotions, Punishment, and Social Change Session 2: Holding Responsible and Reactive Attitudes

A large subset of moral psychology deals with holding other people responsible for their actions, thoughts, and feelings — whether this means blaming them externally or holding a certain feeling towards them internally. This session explores how certain emotions — our “reactive attitudes” — can be used to hold other people responsible for their actions.

Further Reading:

Strawson, P.F. “Freedom and Resentment”
Butler, Joseph. “Sermons at Rolls Chapel VII: Upon Resentment and Forgiveness”
Wallace, R.J. Responsibility and the Moral Sentiments, chapters 2 & 3
Macnamara, Colleen. “Holding Others Responsible.”

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