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|Description:||xi, 292 pages ; 21 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction: the moral importance of contempt --
What is contempt? --
Contempt as a fitting globalist emotion --
Contempt and the vices of superiority --
The moral value of contempt --
Contempt, racism, and civility's limits --
Contempt, forgiveness, and reconciliation --
Conclusion: Contempt is not a thing to be despised."
Highly recommended. S. J. Shaw, CHOICE In Hard Feelings, Macalester Bell defends the moral value of contempt. She argues that sometimes contempt is the best moral response. We ought to feel contempt