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The Generative Power of Political Emotions

Mette-Louise Johansen, Therese Sandrup, and Nerina Weiss

of right and wrong and not least to moral judgment. It may therefore also be understood as a “higher order” or evaluative emotion, which requires a greater degree of evaluation processing ( Solomon 1984 , Reed 2004 ). In this way, the notion

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Peter Hervik

-Danes,” especially Muslims, and, second, to create a sense of indignation, alarm, danger, and fear, which in the next step, facilitates legal change that was not possible earlier. In this way, moral outrage builds on indignation in the use of terms of moral judgment

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Navigating the Politics of Anxiety

Moral Outrage, Responsiveness, and State Accountability in Denmark

Mette-Louise Johansen

are indifferent, manipulative individuals, who are compelled to deny their own moral judgment and responsibility while pursuing their own best interests ( Herzfeld 1992 ). Michael Herzfeld based his analysis of the Greek bureaucratic system on the

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Unbecoming Veteranship

Convicted Military Officers in Post-authoritarian Argentina

Eva van Roekel and Valentina Salvi

retribution but also sits at the heart of an ongoing dispute about oppositional political interpretations and moral judgments that frame the last dictatorship (1976–1983). During this dark period, thousands of Argentinians were captured, brutally tortured

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Achieving the Ordinary

Everyday Peace and the Other in Bosnian Mixed-Ethnicity Families

Keziah Conrad

relationships, and assert moral judgments ( Aronsson and Gottzén 2011 ; Bourdieu 1984 ; Stasch 2002 ). With whom does one share food? From whom does one accept food? Who provides, and who prepares, food? Who eats the most or the choicest food? Which

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The Draconian Governance of Illegalized Migrants in Western States

Barak Kalir

since illegalized migrants’ presence is unlawful, states have the right to follow procedures toward their arrest, detention, and deportation. This tautological claim exempts any moral judgment about the legitimacy with which states can exercise “legal