Martha C. Nussbaum is Ernst Freund Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Ethics, appointed in the Law School and the Philosophy Department at the University of Chicago. She is the author of Love's Knowledge, Sex and Social Justice, Philosophical Interventions, and Aging Thoughtfully, all from Oxford University Press, as well as Not for Profit, Upheavals of Thought, Creating Capabilities and Frontiers of Justice, among others. This book derives from her 2014 John Locke Lectures in Philosophy at Oxford University.
1. Introduction: Furies into Eumenides 2. Anger: Weakness, Payback, Down-ranking 3. Forgiveness: A Genealogy 4. Appendix: Dies Irae 5. Intimate Relationships: The Trap of Anger 6. The Middle Realm: Stoicism Qualified 7. The Political Realm: Everyday Justice 8. The Political Realm: Revolutionary Justice 9. Conclusion: The Eyes of the World Appendix A: Emotions and Upheavals of Thought Appendix B: Anger and Blame Appendix C: Anger and Its Species