What does "righteous indignation" mean in your life and/or politics?
My neighbor and I got into a casual discussion in which I mentioned the word "angry about it". She felt that anger does no good and my 60s passion for and understanding of "righteous indignation" reared it's argumentative head. I told her that anger has the power to motivate and make changes. She saw no reason to get angry at almost anything in life, especially not the social system. Your views?
Anger definitely has its place. Properly directed anger can help accomplish great things both in society and in one's own personal life. Anger does not always help in every case, but it does have legitimate purposes.
by Elizabeth 4 years ago
Do you agree with the new logical fallacy? I've seen it very active on HP. Have you?An Appeal to Righteous Indignation similarly attempts to place an idea beyond the reach of critique, but it employs a different mechanism. Rather than suggesting that the idea itself is privileged...
by heavenbound5511 7 years ago
heavenbound5511posted 26 minutes ago in reply to thisThis is in response to the 23 points that was given by another saying the bible did contradict itself.1.-Gen 1:31 does not contradict Gen 6:6The Bible records: "God saw everything that he had made, and, behold, it was very good" (Gen....
by Elena 7 years ago
What is the difference between Anger and Holy Anger?
by Doug Hughes 7 years ago
"Sharron Angle, the Tea Party candidate..in Nevada, has taken heat for a number of extreme affiliations and policy positions. One of the more outlandish was a statement she made.. in which she floated the idea that the public would bring down an out-of-control Congress with "Second...
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