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The Routledge Handbook of Pacifism and Nonviolence

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(Routledge Handbooks in Philosophy)

Fiala, Andrew (EDT)

Routledge 2018/02
出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780367572273
eISBN: 9781317271970
KNPID: EY00227413
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Interest in pacifism—an idea with a long history in philosophical thought and in several religious traditions—is growing. The Routledge Handbook of Pacifism and Nonviolence is the first comprehensive reference designed to introduce newcomers and researchers to the many varieties of pacifism and nonviolence, to their history and philosophy, and to pacifism’s most serious critiques. The volume offers 32 brand new chapters from the world’s leading experts across a diverse range of fields, who together provide a broad discussion of pacifism and nonviolence in connection with virtue ethics, capital punishment, animal ethics, ecology, queer theory, and feminism, among other areas. This Handbook is divided into four sections: (1) Historical and Tradition-Specific Considerations, (2) Conceptual and Moral Considerations, (3) Social and Political Considerations, and (4) Applications. It concludes with an Afterword by James Lawson, one of the icons of the nonviolent American Civil Rights movement. The text will be invaluable to scholars and students, as well as to activists and general readers interested in peace, nonviolence, and critical perspectives on war and violence.

Table of Contents

Notes on Contributors

Acknowledgements

Introduction

          Andrew Fiala

Part I: Historical and Tradition-Specific Considerations

  1. A History of the Idea of Pacifism and Nonviolence: Ancient to Modern
  2. Duane L. Cady

  3. Nonviolence and Pacifism in the Long Nineteenth Century
  4. Michael Allan Fox

  5. Pacifism in the Twentieth Century and Beyond
  6. Andrew Fiala

  7. Christian Pacifism
  8. Daniel A. Dombrowski

  9. Peace and Nonviolence in Islam
  10. Ramin Jahanbegloo

  11. Philosophy of Nonviolence in Africa
  12. Gail M. Presbey

  13. Nonviolence in the Dharma Traditions: Hinduism, Jainism, and Buddhism
  14. Veena R. Howard

  15. The Gandhi-King Tradition and Satyagraha
  16. Barry L. Gan

    Part II: Conceptual and Moral Considerations

  17. Pacifism and the Concept of Morality
  18. Robert L. Holmes

  19. Peace: Negative and Positive
  20. David Boersema

  21. The Pacifist Critique of the Just War Tradition
  22. Cheyney Ryan

  23. Contingent Pacifism
  24. Paul Morrow

  25. Humanitarian Intervention and the Problem of Genocide and Atrocity
  26. Jennifer Kling

  27. Virtue Ethics and Nonviolence
  28. David K. Chan

  29. Personal Pacifism and Conscientious Objection
  30. Eric Reitan

  31. Pacifism: Does it Make Moral Sense?
  32. Jan Narveson

  33. Pacifism as Pathology
  34. José-Antonio Orosco

    Part III: Social and Political Considerations

  35. The Triumph of the Liberal Democratic Peace and the Dangers of Its Success
  36. Fuat Gursozlu

  37. Human Rights and International Law
  38. Robert Paul Churchill

  39. Hospitality, Identity, and Cosmopolitanism: Antidotes to the Violence of Otherness
  40. Eddy M. Souffrant

  41. Warism and the Dominant Worldview
  42. Duane L. Cady

  43. The Military-Industrial Complex
  44. William Gay

  45. Feminism and Nonviolent Activism
  46. Danielle Poe

  47. Queer Oppression and Pacifism
  48. Blake Hereth

    Part IV: Applications

  49. Care Theory, Peacemaking, and Education
  50. Nel Noddings

  51. Becoming Nonviolent: Sociobiological, Neurophysiological, and Spiritual Perspectives
  52. Andrew Fitz-Gibbon

  53. The Death Penalty and Nonviolence: Justice Beyond Empathy
  54. Lloyd Steffen

  55. Ecology and Pacifism
  56. Mark Woods

  57. Animals, Vegetarianism, and Nonviolence
  58. Christopher Chapple

  59. Children, Violence, and Nonviolence
  60. Jane Hall Fitz-Gibbon

  61. Peace Pedagogy from the Borderlines

          Renee Bricker, Yi Deng, Donna A. Gessell, and Michael Proulx

Afterword: Nonviolence and the Non-Existent Country

         James M. Lawson, Jr.