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ヘイトの哲学

Hatred : Understanding Our Most Dangerous Emotion

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Brogaard, Berit

Oxford University Press 2020/10
296p.
出版国: US
ISBN: 9780190084448
eISBN: 9780190084462
KNPID: EY00395865
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Full Description

Hatred is often considered the opposite of love, but in many ways is much more complicated. It also may be considered one of the dominant emotions of our time, as individuals, groups, and even nations express or enact hatred to varying degrees. What is hatred? Where does it come from and what does it reveal about the hater? And is hatred always a bad thing?Brogaard makes a deep dive into the moral psychology of one of our most complex, and vivid emotions. She explores how hatred arises between people and among groups. She also shows how hate, like anger, can sometimes be appropriate and fitting. Other other questions she addresses are, how does hate differ from anger, disgust, fear, and other related emotions? Is fear an essential part of hatred? How does hatred affect what happens inside the brain? How did hate evolve in human history? Is hatred ever morally justified? Can you hate and love at the same time? Can one hate oneself? How do implicit biases trigger hatred of groups?This accessible, timely, and novel look at an underexplored emotion will employ examples from current events as well as art and literature and popular culture.

Table of Contents

1. Hit Me with Your Best Shot: An Anatomy of the Antagonistic Emotions2. It's a Thin Line between Love and Hate: When We Hate the People We Love3. Angel of Retribution: Vengeance and Hate's Justification4. Bad to the Bone: Hate as a Trait5. Killing in the Name Of: Collective Intentionality and Group Hate6. Baby, It's in Your Nature: Misogyny, Femininity and Female Filth7. Keep the Change, You Filthy Animal: The American Phantasy8. A Change is Gonna Come: Hate Speech, Group Libel and Rational Discourse