Table of contents for The trouble with passion : thinking beyond liberal political rationalism / Cheryl Hall.

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Contents
One: What About All Those Flags? Passion in Politics
 1
Two: The Passions and the Reasons: Conceptualizing Capacities
 15
 
Three: The Trouble with Passion in Liberal Political Theory
 30
Four: "The Madness of Eros is the Greatest of Heaven's
 Blessings":
 Plato's Passion for the Good
 55
 
Five: "A Man Who Had No Passions Would be a Very Bad Citizen":
 Rousseau's Passion for Community
 102
 
Six: "Our Erotic Knowledge Empowers Us":
 Passion and Action in Contemporary Feminist Theory
 133
Seven: Passion, Politics, and Democratic Education
 173
Bibliography
 192
Notes

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Political psychology.
Emotions.
Plato -- Contributions in political science.
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 1712-1778 -- Political and social views.
Feminism -- Political aspects.
Political participation.
Liberalism -- Psychological aspects.
Ideology.
Public opinion.