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David Henderson, Terence Horgan, Matjaž Potrč and Hannah Tierney

.) Belief or non-belief regarding p , and also strength (if p is still believed) normally is inherited—involuntarily—straight from one’s ultima facie all-in epistemic seeming regarding p. Sometimes this seeming leads to reconciliation: p no longer seems belief-worthy, and so one no longer believes

Glen Pettigrove

Nir Eisikovits Sympathizing with the Enemy: Reconciliation, Transitional Justice, Negotiation , (Dordrecht: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2010), 168 pages. ISBN: 978-9089790187 (pbk.). Paperback: $49. Over the course of the past two decades, political philosophers have become increasingly

Daniel Philpott

Colleen Murphy, A Moral Theory of Political Reconciliation , (Cambridge University Press, 2010), 222 pages. ISBN 978-0521193924 (hbk.). Hardback $85/-. One of the striking global trends of the past generation has been a global outbreak of efforts by political orders to address massive past

Harald Thorsrud

some sense known” is liable to shift, thereby undermining the possibility of any meaningful progress towards arriving at truth. In the reconciliation between Cicero’s critical and rhetorical modes of philosophy (Chapter 2), we may find a response to this worry. Nicgorski observes that “Philosophy for

Robert Merrihew Adams

than compelling. That is, it dangles before the eyes of physicalist philosophers a prospect of reconciliation with common sense beliefs about our consciousness. That is a prospect keenly desired by many, but also under siege by an array of fearsome objections known collectively as “ the combination

Steven Wall

. May, “Moral Compromise, Civic Friendship and Political Reconciliation,” Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 14 (2011): 581–602. 28 Reciprocity, on my view, does not justify extending democratic rights to all members of one’s society. When democratic arrangements are justified

Josh Brandt

. This kind of mutual ongoing history also seems to be normatively relevant. A past history of wronging calls for attempts at compensation and reconciliation. However, being victimized generates reasons for negative partiality. In a relationship of enmity, both factors are present, which raises the

Clinton Tolley

Fichte does not do enough to show how it could ever even be possible that spirit could ‘come back to itself     ’ in its confrontation with nature ‘in itself     ’. Instead, Fichte leaves nature ‘in itself’ either (at best) as something whose reconciliation with the I is (hopefully) to be fulfilled

Martin Deleixhe

condescending prejudices. He was also aware that this would be no easy task. While the ‘martyrs of Manchester’ had generated a temporary wave of sympathy for the Irish proletarians and opened up the possibility of forming a strategic alliance between both working classes, the road to reconciliation was still

Vincent Demont

unable to ease the commercial tensions, not to mention bring about reconciliation, between their followers (in this case Marselis and Feust). Hence it is far more relevant to observe that the merchants involved were all active at the very end of the line of the commercial networks; they were in contact