Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal is extremely proud to present this special volume on ethical and social issues arising out of the 2016 US presidential election and the Trump administration.
The issue includes twelve articles. Some of these articles will be published in an online supplement to the journal within the next few weeks through Johns Hopkins Press. We have provided copies of all articles, including advance copies of those that will appear in the journal, here.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Editorial Note by Rebecca Kukla
- “Trust, Communities, and the Standing to Hold Accountable” by Thomas Wilk
- “Trump is Gross: Taking Political Taste (and Distaste) Seriously” by Shelley Park
- “Fake News and Partisan Epistemology” by Regina Rini
- “Refugees, Narratives, or How To Do Bad Things with Words” by Anna Gotlib
- “Climate Policy in the Age of Trump” by Mathias Frisch
- “All the Difference in the World: Gender and the 2016 Election” by Alison Reiheld
- “Trump, Bigotry, and the Ethics of Stigma” by John Corvino
- “Don’t Feed the Trolls: Bold Climate Action in a New, Golden Age of Denialism” by Marcus Hedahl and Travis N. Rieder
- “The Specter of Authoritarianism” by Andrew J. Pierce
- “Teaching the American Presidency as Donald Trump Took Office” by Arielle Bennett
- “Tear Down This Wall: Charitable Citizenship and the Deficit of Public Trust in the Age of Trump” by Christian Golden
- “Some Comments about Being a Philosopher of Color and the Reasons I Didn’t Write a (Real) Paper for this (Seemingly) Ideal Venue for my Work” by Sean A. Valles