The Reframe
Rage suffers abuse and then decides, not that abuse should end, but that the existence of somebody else, who is also already suffering from similar abuse, represents an unacceptable existential threat, one that deserves violence.
A.R. Moxon is making a case here for a distinction between useful anger vs. destructive rage.
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