experiencing anticipation while nonetheless attending to how these experiences speak to the role of anticipation in broader processes and patterns. (Not) anticipating as site of moral experience and moral willing Arthur Kleinman (2006: 141) writes that
(Not) Anticipating as Moral Project
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Mike Gane, Auguste Comte. London: Routledge, 2006, pp. 158.
Donald Nielsen, Horrible Workers: Max Stirner, Arthur Rimbaud, Robert Johnson, and the Charles Manson Circle: Studies in Moral Experience and Cultural Expression. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2005, pp. 134.
Philip Smith, Why War? The Cultural Logic of Iraq, the Gulf War and Suez. Chicago: Chicago University Press, 2005, pp. 256.
This introduces and discusses the background to a virtually unknown text - Durkheim's speech at the funeral of his colleague and friend, Frédéric Rauh (1861-1909). The two men had known one another for some time, and had much in common. But a disagreement had arisen between them, over the individual's role in social life, and came to the fore in their exchange with one another during the debate on Durkheim's 'The Determination of Moral Facts' (1906). This traces the development of Rauh's career and of his views on ethics, outlines the argument of his main book, Moral Experience (1903), and indicates how his work increasingly referred to Durkheim, Lévy-Bruhl and the Année sociologique. But it is above all in an effort to pinpoint what was at stake. For it can seem more of a divergence of perspectives, generating disagreement over the questions it is important to ask, rather than over precisely the same issues.
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‘Moral Experience’, all of the authors situate ethics alongside morality in their articles. Indeed, Jarrett Zigon and C. Jason Throop make a note in their introduction that they are conflating the two terms because ‘there is little agreement among those
Adjudicating Moral Being and Becoming in the Los Angeles Mental Health Court
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also to the foundational role of anticipation in the lived negotiation of institutional ideologies, moral experiences and moral becoming. It may seem counterintuitive to investigate a retrospective narrative such as Benton's for insight into
judgment is unclear, he writes, such that we can perhaps look to the texts themselves for evidence about how they engage moral experience. Thus Turvey notes that “the protagonists of screen stories often engage in practical reasoning, articulating and
The Person, the Role, the Theory
necessary to develop his moral commitment to this public purpose. Investiture rituals therefore draw on sentiments that derive from the basic moral experience, the experience of family life. Personhood is to be understood in processual terms, as a journey
Experiencing Anticipation. Anthropological Perspectives
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7 ( 2 ): 131 – 150 . doi: 10.1177/1463499607077295 . 10.1177/1463499607077295 Zigon J. 2008 . Morality: An Anthropological Perspective . Oxford : Berg . Zigon , J. and C. J. Throop (eds). 2014 . Moral Experience . Special issue
Beyond the Liberal Grammar of Contemporary Sociology
which identity and ‘moral experience’ emerge ( Kleinman 2006 ), as do feelings of belongingness and individual self-worth. 13 In other words, people’s worldviews are never divorced from the plethora of social relations that constitute the normative
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. 10.1215/08992363-13-3-557 Kleinman , A. 2012 . ‘ Caregiving as Moral Experience ’. The Lancet 380 ( 9853 ): 1550 – 1551 . 10.1016/S0140-6736(12)61870-4 Landsman , G. H. 2009 . Reconstructing Motherhood and Disability in the Age of