Author: Brandon Warmke

disapprobation. 15 Sometimes, however, we may not only manifest a disposition to regard the wrongdoer in a certain way, we may also manifest a disposition to treat (or respond to) her in a certain way. When these dispositions are made manifest in certain ways, one engages in overt blame. Overt blame is

In: Journal of Moral Philosophy
Author: Leo Zaibert

overt blame. By way of arguing for the existence of overt blame, Warmke reminds us that many highly-respected authors believe that it exists. While Warmke appears to be merely appealing to authority here, I still think it is profitable to engage with this objection as Warmke presents it. Warmke

In: Journal of Moral Philosophy

victims. Amidst the objective documentation of violence, Lakhovskii’s snake image frames Shimon Frug’s poem Di matseve (The Gravestone), with not one but two snakes slithering across their dead prey. Although censorship made it difficult for the Jewish press to overtly blame the Kishinev pogrom on

In: Brill Research Perspectives in Religion and the Arts

victims. Amidst the objective documentation of violence, Lakhovskii’s snake image frames Shimon Frug’s poem Di matseve (The Gravestone), with not one but two snakes slithering across their dead prey. Although censorship made it difficult for the Jewish press to overtly blame the Kishinev pogrom on

In: Intersections between Jews and Media