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Indifference to the Suffering of Others (References)

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Adams, James / Dow, Jay / Merrill III, Samuel.  The Political Consequences of Alienation-Based and Indifference-Based Voter Abstention: applications to presidential elections. Political Behavior, 28, 2006, 1, pp. 65-86. [abstract]

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Cohen, Stanley.  States of Denial: knowing about atrocities and suffering. Polity Press, 2001.

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Davies, James.  The Importance of Suffering: the value and meaning of emotional discontent. Routledge, 2011. [extract]

Davies, James.  The Rationalization of Suffering: contrary narratives of emotional discontent interplay in complex ways. Harvard Divinity Bulletin, 39, 1 and 2. [text]

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Sussman, Henry / Devenney, Christopher  (Eds.).    Engagement and Indifference: Beckett and the Political. SUNY Press, 2001.

Adams, James / Dow, Jay / Merrill III, Samuel.  The Political Consequences of Alienation-Based and Indifference-Based Voter Abstention: applications to presidential elections. Political Behavior, 28, 2006, 1, pp. 65-86. [abstract]

Epstein, Helen.  Time of Indifference. The New York Review of Books, 12 April 2001. [text]

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Friedman, Debra.  Towards a Structure of Indifference: the social origins of maternal custody. Transaction Publishers, 1995.

Gantt, Edwin E.  Levinas, Psychotherapy and the Ethics of Suffering. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 2000 40, pp. 9-28. [abstract]

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Halpern, Cynthia.  Suffering, Politics, Power: a genealogy in modern political theory. State University of New York Press, 2002.

Helton, Arthur C.  The Price of Indifference: refugees and humanitarian action in the new century. Oxford University Press, 2002.

Hensell, Eugene.  The Bible on Suffering: social and political implications. Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 65, 2003, 2. [review]

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Makin, Stephen.  Indifference Arguments. Blackwell, 1993.

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McDonald, Nicole M. / Messinger, Daniel S.  The Development of Empatjhy: how, when and why. University of Miami. [text]

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Mendoza, Linnea.  Indifference, How it makes the Human Being, Inhuman. 8 May 2013. [video]

Adams, James / Dow, Jay / Merrill III, Samuel.  The Political Consequences of Alienation-Based and Indifference-Based Voter Abstention: applications to presidential elections. Political Behavior, 28, 2006, 1, pp. 65-86. [abstract]

McDonald, Nicole M. / Messinger, Daniel S.  The Development of Empatjhy: how, when and why. University of Miami. [text]

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Mohler, Albert.  America's Aborted Conscience: the sin of moral indifference. Christian Training School. [text]

Morris, David B.  The Culture of Pain. University of California, 2002.

Danziger, Nicolas / Prkachin, Kenneth M. / Willer, Jean-Claude.  Is Pain the Price of Empathy?. The perception of others' pain in patients with congenital insensitivity to pain. Brain, 129, 2006, 9, pp. 2494-2507. [text]

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Labonte, Ronald / Schrecker, Ted.  Fatal Indifference: the G8, Africa and global health. Juta Academic, 2004.

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Brown, Michael D. / Schwarz, Ted.  Deadly Indifference: The Perfect (Political) Storm: Hurricane Katrina, The Bush White House and Beyond. Taylor Trade Publications, 2011.

Scott, Charles E.  Living with Indifference. Indiana University Press, 2007.

Siems, Larry.  The Torture Report: What the Documents say about America's Post 9/11 Torture Program. OR Books, 2012.

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Sontag, Susan.  Regarding the Pain of Others. Picador, 2004.

Stone, Milton Anthony.  The Philosophy of Indifference: an introduction to a revised ethical etandard for modern Americans. Southgate Press, 1931.

Sussman, Henry.  Afterimages of Modernity: structure and indifference in Twentieth-Century Literature. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1990.

Sussman, Henry / Devenney, Christopher  (Eds.).    Engagement and Indifference: Beckett and the Political. SUNY Press, 2001.

Takis, Andreas.  Law's Moral Indifference. Hart Publishing, 2014.

Taryam, Aysha.  The Opposite of Indifference: a collection of commentaries. Dar Al Khaleej, 2011.

Thompson, Joel H.  Today's Deliberate Indifference: providing attention without providing treatment to prisoners with serious medical needs. Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review, 45, 2010. [text]

Wiesel, Elie.  The Perils of Indifference. American Rhetoric, 12 April 1999. [text]

Wilkinson, Iain.  Suffering: a sociological introduction. Polity Press, 2005.

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Wrisley, George.  Nietzsche and the Value of Suffering: two alternative ideals.. [text]

Wuthnow, Robert.  Learning to Care: elementary kindness in an Age of Indifference. Oxford University Press, 1995.