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Concerning Durkheim's 1899 Lecture ‘On Penal Sanctions’

Introduction, Translation Notes, and Comments

Ronjon Paul Datta and François Pizarro Noël

de sociologie containing lecture notes for ‘Physique des mœurs et du droit’ (1950), published in English as Professional Ethics and Civic Morals ([1950] 1992) . They were discovered at Eveline Halphen's house (Durkheim's granddaughter). The first

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Humans “in the Loop”?

Human-Centrism, Posthumanism, and AI

Nandita Biswas Mellamphy

be designed to act ethically and should have rights ( Gunkel 2018 ). Many new organizations and partnerships have sprung up all over the globe to address a range of AI ethics-related challenges from bias, gender gaps, and overt/covert monitoring in

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Sartre, Lacan, and the Ethics of Psychoanalysis

A Defense of Lacanian Responsibility

Blake Scott

possible to locate the role of subjective responsibility in Lacanian theory, despite his rejection of human freedom in the sense that Sartre gives to it in Being and Nothingness . Lacan’s Ethics of Psychoanalysis To help clarify this remark on the ethical

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Malcolm Turvey

to his theory. His book is subtitled “Emotion and the Ethics of Engagement,” and he states on the first page of the introduction that it is about “the emotional power of screen stories that makes ethical criticism vital” (1). “Affect and emotion are

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Receiving the Gift of Cognitive Disability

Recognizing Agency in the Limits of the Rational Subject

Patrick McKearney

in political transactions, live independently and give something back in return for their care ( Kittay 1999 , 2008 , 2010 , 2011 ). 2 To do this, Kittay both draws on and contributes to a conversation about the ‘ethics of care’ by focusing on

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Phenomenology Encounters Cognitivism

Robert Sinnerbrink

emotion, ethics, and cinematic experience, drawing on phenomenological and cognitivist perspectives, and showing how theoretical reflection on cinematic experience works hand-in-hand with close analysis of particular films. This issue features authors

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Singularity and Uncertainty

Counter-Ethics of Gender and Sexuality in an Indian Dream Analysis

Sarah Pinto

contexts, what infrastructures carry through into ‘new associations’. This article is not about Sikander’s art, but makes use of it, rather than the usual sources in philosophy, as theory for thinking about ethics, counter-ethics and their infrastructures

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Tatjana Schönwälder-Kuntze

In general, the Sartrean concept of the subject as "being-for-self" and "being-for-others" is read as if Sartre had sketched these structures as given "a priori" and therefore as unalterable. One of the consequences of this interpretation lies in calling Sartre's theory contradictory, especially with regard to his ethics, because of the assumption that, based on this concept, changing the inauthentic structures of the subject into authentic ones would be impossible. Contrary to this interpretation, I argue that Sartre's philosophical theory is by no means contradictory, neither in its relation to ethics nor as it relates to the complete edition of Sartre's philosophical writing, if one tries to understand what kind of theoretical requirements Sartre considered to be relevant and necessary. From this point of view, it is possible to work out an adequate and consistent interpretation. In order for me to argue for the immanent consistency of Sartre's theory and for the resulting possibility of an ethical theory based on it, I will discuss some aspects of the relation between epistemological, ontological and ethical elements within Sartre's philosophical system.

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Ben Herzog

article I seek to contribute to the study of Israeli citizenship law by filling this lacuna. The Ethics of Citizenship The dominance of the national world order in the twentieth century established that possessing and acquiring citizenship was the main

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The Alimentary Forms of Religious Life

Technologies of the Other, Lenience, and the Ethics of Ethiopian Orthodox Fasting

Diego Malara

clearly as possible. Tamrat nodded in emphatic consent while finishing his coffee. The conditionality of the ‘at least’ would keep coming up in my conversations with the two friends as the fast continued. Their ethics, as I will elaborate, were that of the