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Geoffrey Scarre

, Garrard and McNaughton are at pains to emphasise the legitimacy of feeling resentment at unjustified injuries, especially when those injuries are unrepented by the wrongdoer. Someone who ‘feels too little indignation at the spectacle of serious wrongdoing is suffering from both an emotional and cognitive

Katrin Flikschuh

’ moral struggles—their ‘grappling with adversity and evil temptations’. At the species level, by contrast, he adopts the position of a disengaged spectator, viewing humankind’s moral condition as though it were a ‘spectacle displayed on stage’ (VIII: 308), and its moral ebb and flow the folding and