Among their topics are the artistry of the priest and the philosopher: ressentiment in Gilles Deleuze's Nietzsche and Philosophy, the irenics
of ressentiment: from good sense to common sense, failure as triumph: the political anthropology of the death drive in Slavoj Zizek, the power of ambivalence: a conversation with Peter Sloterdijk, and the circulation of resentment in The Merchant of Venice: a commentary inspired by Peter Sloterdijk.
Alan Heesom, Ireland and the Union (January 1984); Roy Forster, 'Together and Apart: Anglo-Irish Agreements, 1886-1986' (May 1986); Andrew Boyd, 'Irish Irenics
' (January 1992); Kenneth O.
The papal encyclical of 1950, Humani generis, provided specific condemnation of the "false irenics
" of ecumenical activities, while authorizing some dialogue.