Compassion, like other emotions, has many facets – biological, social, psychological and neural, among others. The contributors to this volume will draw on a variety of disciplines and methods in order to develop a more systematic and comprehensive understanding of this often-neglected moral emotion.
(should have PhD by the time this book is complete). He is the co-editor of ‘Free Will and Moral
Responsibility’ (2013 CSP) and his research has been published in the American Journal of Bioethics
- Neuroscience, Southwest Philosophy Review, and numerous edited volumes. Regarding media
contacts, Caouette has a large following on Twitter as well as an active presence in the
philosophical blogosphere. He plans to highlight this book in multiple online forums.
Carolyn Price is a Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at the Open University.
She is the author of Emotion (Polity 2015) and Functions in Mind: A Theory of Intentional Content
(OUP 2001), She has published in a range of journals, including Inquiry, Pacific Philosophical
Quarterly, Nous, and Philosophical Studies.