Like my better judgment, perhaps my anger had lost.
That’s the kind of anger that I believe is virtuous.
Anger is a natural emotion, and there can be upsides to feeling it.
Mr Obama needs to direct the rising tide of anger at rich Republicans.
A scowl, the researchers concluded, is certainly one expression of anger.
Of Anger ends on a note of irresolution concerning the vicious nature of anger.
Take Seneca: he lived in palaces; he only saw anger of one particular type—the anger of the political rulers.
Good anger, bad anger, creative anger, and the occasional childish moment caught on microphone.
In my research I refer to this racial contrast in how the public imagines expressions of political anger as the anger gap.
Epicurus qualified the anger that brings on madness as ‘immoderate’, leaving open the possibility that there might be a ‘moderate’ anger which is less harmful.
However efficacious anger may seem in the short term, even righteous anger is likely to be deleterious in the long term, to the individual body and to the body politic.
In the case of a choleric temperament, the flames of anger are transformed into the sentiments of restraint, remorse, and repentance for the damage inflected by excessive anger.
For example, it has been reported that, while anger is typically associated with high arousal in the West, in Malay, anger (or marah) is more strongly associated with sullen brooding (Goddard, 1996).
Anger transformed into action “is a liberating and strengthening act of clarification,” she said; white women, unsure how to express their anger at racism, too often transmute the emotion into useless guilt.
For example, if anger represents slights, then my antagonist’s deprecatory tone can be cited as a justification of my anger, because a deprecatory tone instantiates the very property that anger represents.
There’s plenty of advice, indeed there is an entire industry build around ‘anger management’, but in an age with more provocations than ever before, what can people actually do to foster a healthy level of anger in their life?
Oliver explores why anger is such a difficult emotion for people to control, or even really recognise for what it is, tests some of the techniques said to calm problematic anger, and finds out why simply dismissing or extinguishing all anger can do more harm than good.
Instead, he holds several radical theses about anger: that anger is gravely spiritually and psychologically damaging to the one who succumbs to it; that anger always involves certain conceptual mistakes; and that it is therefore urgent to counteract anger through meditative exercises.
As relatively commendable as it now looks, the South Korean government’s early response to the outbreak provoked public anger at home: anger at President Moon Jae-in’s premature assurance that the danger would soon end; anger at the ever-changing, self-contradicting information about the availability of masks; anger at the government’s unwillingness to heed the Korean Medical Association’s recommendation that it restrict entry from China.
For example, a viable account of anger should tell us how anger differs from fear and from non-emotional states (differentiation), whether and how anger motivates aggressive behaviors (motivation), whether and how anger can be about a given state of affairs and be considered appropriate with respect to such state of affairs (intentionality), and whether and how anger involves a distinctive subjective experience (phenomenology).
- make angry
Example: The news angered him
- a strong emotion; a feeling that is oriented toward some real or supposed grievance
- become angry
Example: He angers easily
- the state of being angry
- belligerence aroused by a real or supposed wrong (personified as one of the deadly sins)
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For example a viable account of anger should tell us how anger differs from fear and from non-emotional states differentiation whether and how anger motivates aggressive behaviors motivation whether and how anger can be about a given state of affairs and be considered appropriate with respect to such state of affairs intentionality and whether and how anger involves a distinctive subjective experience phenomenology