Nir Eisikovits hosts Thomas Brudholm of the University of Copenhagen for a discussion about the philosophy of hate, anger, and resentment. The two discuss whether there are more and less legitimate forms of hate, whether it should be understood as an emotion or as an attitude, and whether a philosophical understanding of hate can help us make better sense of these very tense political times.
- Resources for Further Reading:
‘’Hatred Beyond Bigotry," in Hate, Politics, Law: Critical Perspectives on Combating Hate, Oxford University Press, co-edited with B.S. Johansen, forthcoming May 2018.
"Pondering Hatred" (co-authored with B.S. Johansen), in Emotions and Mass Atrocity, Cambridge University Press, co-edited with J. Lang, forthcoming April 2018.
"Conceptualizing Hatred Globally: Is Hate Crime a Human Rights Violation?" in J. Schweppe and M.A. Walters (eds.), The Globalization of Hate: Internationalizing Hate Crime?, Oxford University Press, 2016.
"Hatred as Attitude," Philosophical Paper 39: 3, 289-313 (2010).
Resentment’s Virtue: Jean Améry and the Refusal to Forgive, Temple University Press, 2008.