|aBringing the passions back in :|bthe emotions in political philosophy /|cedited by Rebecca Kingston and Leonard Ferry.
|aVancouver :|bUBC Press,|cc2008.
|ax, 268 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. -253) and index.
|aForeword: politics and passion / Charles Taylor -- Introduction: the emotions and the history of political thought / Leonard Ferry and Rebecca Kingston -- Explaining emotions / Ame?lie Oksenberg Rorty -- Plato on shame and frank speech in democratic Athens / Christina Tarnopolsky -- The passions of the wise: Phrone?sis, rhetoric, and Aristotle's passionate practical deliberation / Arash Abizadeh -- Troubling business: the emotions in Aquinas' philosophical psychology / Leonard Ferry -- The political relevance of the emotions from Descartes to Smith / Rebecca Kingston -- Passion, power, and impartiality in Hume / Sharon Krause -- Pity, pride, and prejudice: Rousseau on the passions / Ingrid Makus -- Feelings in the political philosophy of J.S. Mill / Marlene K. Sokolon -- Emotions, reasons, and judgments / Leah Bradshaw -- The politics of emotion / Robert C. Solomon.
|a"Combining intellectual history and political theory, the contributors to Bringing the Passions Back In illuminate the place of emotions in modern liberal and democratic politics."--BOOK JACKET.