What are the roles that emotions play in politics and civic life? Do feelings like rage, happiness or tension get in the way of political progress, or are they important tools in the fight for social justice? On this episode of Examining Ethics, Christiane interviews Meena Krishnamurthy, a philosopher whose recent work explores the value of political emotions in Martin Luther King Jr.’s writing and activism.
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- Meena Krishnamurthy
- Martin Luther King, Jr., “Letter from a Birmingham Jail“
- Audio recording of King reading “Letter…” aloud
- Martin Luther King, Jr., Why We Can’t Wait
- Gandhi’s influence on King’s work
- Stokely Carmichael’s work on black power
- Martin Luther king, Jr., Where Do We Go from Here? Chaos or Community
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