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Aristotle on Emotions in Law and Politics

Liesbeth Huppes-Cluysenaer (Hrsg.), Nuno M.M.S. Coelho (Hrsg.)

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Sozialwissenschaften, Recht, Wirtschaft / Allgemeines, Lexika

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In this book, experts from the fields of law and philosophy explore the works of Aristotle to illuminate the much-debated and fascinating relationship between emotions and justice. Emotions matter in connection with democracy and equity – they are relevant to the judicial enforcement of rights, legal argumentation, and decision-making processes in legislative bodies and courts. The decisive role that emotions, feelings and passions play in these processes cannot be ignored – not even by those who believe that emotions have no legitimate place in the public sphere. 

A growing body of literature on these topics recognizes the seminal insights contributed by Aristotle. This book offers a comprehensive  analysis of his thinking in this context, as well as proposals for inspiring dialogues between his works and those written by a selection of modern and contemporary thinkers. As such, the book offers a valuable resource for students of law, philosophy, rhetoric, politics, ethics and history, but also for readers interested in the ongoing debate about legal positivism and the relevance of emotions for legal and political life in today’s world.

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Reasons for the judgment, Dual Process Theory, Criminal justice, Rationality, legal positivism, Judicial argumentation, Rule of law, Court decision, Judicial emotion, Judicial decision, Virtue ethics, Kant, Decision-making, Morality, Adjudication, Nicomachean Ethics, Rousseau, Aristotle, Opinion of the court