The Moral Psychology of Envy

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Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (2022)
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The book explores the role of envy in society and its nature as a social emotion that is deeply concerned with both the self and others. It examines envy’s morally problematic aspects but also its aspirations, its effects, and its manifestations in a variety of contexts both personal and political.

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