As the first systematic book length inquiry into the moral significance of suffering suffering and moral responsibility makes an important contribution to moral philosophy and political theory and will interest specialists in each of these areas. Oxford ethics series in this work jamie mayerfeld undertakes a careful inquiry into the meaning and moral significance of suffering understanding suffering in hedonistic terms as an affliction of feeling he claims that it is an objective psychological condition amenable to measurement and interpersonal comparison although its accurate . Moral suffering is common in clinical practice it can be defined as the anguish that caregivers experience in response to various forms of moral adversity such as moral harms wrongs or failures or unrelieved moral stress that in some way imperil integrity there are various types of moral suffering that arise from myriad sources that involve witnessing participating in or directly
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