Indeed because the modern politics of resentment divides the demos in the interest of capital effectively paving the way for privatization deregulation corporate rights and personal versus social or collective responsibility and because the shooting occurred amid a deregulated gun market and slashed public funding for mental . The politics of resentment a genealogy jeremy engels what is the relationship between rhetoric and violence jeremy engels addresses that question in the aftermath of the 2011 shooting spree that seriously wounded rep gabrielle giffords and killed several others drawing on wide ranging scholarship in political theory and american public . In the politics of resentment jeremy engels helps readers understand how resentment has arisen as a political force and how scholars and citizens may respond toward these ends the politics of resentment deftly weaves together history criticism and theory engels argues eloquently that we cannot ban resentment from the public sphere but he suggests ways to productively turn resentment toward disclosing structural violence thereby helping achieve justice and promote a public good. In the politics of resentment jeremy engels picks up this thread examining the costs of violent political rhetoric for our society and the future of democracy the politics of resentment traces the rise of especially violent rhetoric in american public discourse by investigating key events in american history engels analyzes how resentful rhetoric has long been used by public figures in order to achieve political ends
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