Intellectual Disability: Ethics, Dehumanization, and a New Moral Community presents an interdisciplinary exploration of the roots and evolution of the dehumanization of people with intellectual disabilities. Examines the roots of disability ethics from a psychological, philosophical, and educational perspective Present
Mangled Dehumanization is a live album by Master. Released: 2016-09-23. Genres: Death Metal. Labels: Metal Bastard Records. Songs: Master, Used, Judgement of Will, Cut Through the Filth, Unknown Soldier, Mangled Dehumanization, The Truth...
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A Necessary Dehumanization is a studio album by Hats Barn. Released: 2014-04-15. Genres: Black Metal. Labels: Misanthropic Art Productions. Rating: 65/100. Songs: LOmbre de ce Monde, Le Chant du Mort, Symbols of the Black Art, Plague of World, Satanik Necro Perversion, Filius Mortis, The Little Singers of the Wooden Cross...
for a sense of how harmful). The dentist who shot Cecil the Lion has become the latest victim of the Internets outrage cycle and shame culture. Did you know that PETA literally called for his hanging? Our outrage causes us to form online lynch mobs, harming those who raise our ire, and ourselves and our society, in the process.. The logic appears to go something like when Y is of greater moral value than X, we should not be outraged about X, but Y, so Z. But is this equation too simplistic? Perhaps we are right to search for an ultimate outrage, but were wrong to suggest that forms of outrage that might be explained by this outrage are illegitimate. Maybe all the things in our "hierarchy of outrage" are worth being outraged about, but maybe its because theyre all symptoms of a common ill. Is it possible we should be outraged at both X and Y, and that this outrage should form part of our outrage at disordered life in this world, that our hierarchy of outrage is too small if we limit it to ...
The term anthropomorphism was coined by the Greek philosopher Xenophanes when describing the similarity between religious believers and their gods - that is, Greek gods were depicted having light skin and blue eyes while African gods had dark skin and brown eyes. Neuroscience research has shown that similar brain regions are involved when we think about the behavior of both humans and of nonhuman entities, suggesting that anthropomorphism may be using similar processes as those used for thinking about other people.. Anthropomorphism carries many important implications. For example, thinking of a nonhuman entity in human ways renders it worthy of moral care and consideration. In addition, anthropomorphized entities become responsible for their own actions - that is, they become deserving of punishment and reward.. Although we like to anthropomorphize, we do not assign human qualities to each and every single object we encounter. What accounts for this selectivity? One factor is similarity. An ...
Jimmy Price is a Museum Education Specialist with the National Museum of the United States Army. An Air Force veteran, he received his M.A. in Military History from Norwich University in 2009. His first book, The Battle of New Market Heights: Freedom Will Be Theirs by the Sword, was published in 2011. The Journal of Southern History claims "this slim volume offers considerable insight regarding the black military experience." His second book, The Battle of First Deep Bottom was released to critical acclaim in 2014. Jimmy writes about different aspects of military history on his blogs Freedom by the Sword: A Historians Journey through the American Civil War Era and Over There: Blogging the AEF and WWI. He has contributed essays to A Companion to the Meuse-Argonne Campaign (edited by Edward G. Lengel), Hallowed Ground magazine, and the International Encyclopedia of the First World War. He lives in Fredericksburg, Virginia with his wife and three children. ...
About DHS militarization, see the new, breakthrough analysis from James Simpson, "Police Militarization, Abuses of Power, and the Road to Impeachment" and our earlier, "Marxist Presidents Military Exercises in These U.S. Cities; Yours One?" About the trajectory of this, we must pray, communicate, keep calm, and do not become the first to engage. If it comes to it, do not even respond in kind, until after the after the first times that extreme, anti-American violence is done by them. It calls for an attitude of self sacrifice -- first cheek, second cheek, then no more. And speak out about the potential and strategic "sense" of the Obama/NWOs DHS carrying out false flag missions of violence, blaming it on American patriots, perhaps upon our militia movements. We are in a real war, right now (of which others and I have been trying to alert fellow Sovereign Citizens for years) and the prime war is for the minds, hearts, and wills of the American People. We are opposed by an anti-American ...
Palestinian Media Watch is an Israeli research institute that studies Palestinian society from a broad range of perspectives by monitoring and analyzing the Palestinian Authority through its media and schoolbooks. PMWs major focus is on the messages that the Palestinian leaders, from the Palestinian Authority, Fatah and Hamas, send to the population through the broad range of institutions and infrastructures they control.
Today is the day….. As I sit silently in my living room and reflect on the years I have been writing for Thirty miles of Corruption, I cant help but wonder what got me here…..Vivian Moreno Briefly I will try to explain. When I became very curious about what was going on at City hall…
The antidote to this is to humanize those who are being dehumanized. One of the best ways to do this is to interact with and facilitate interaction with dehumanized persons. The podcast taught me that the LGBT community has a name for this, "the Portman affect," named for Republican Senator Rob Portman. Portman stands out in his party for his wholehearted support of gay marriage. The reason for his stance? His son is gay. Likewise, if you show up regularly at the MDHA Alliance Homeless Forum, listen to and get to know persons experiencing homelessness, you to can experience, "the Portman affect" too ...
What is it about the human mind that makes it possible for us to think of other people as subhuman creatures? David Livingstone Smith explains.
While the headline makes sure to name the settlement it does not name the victim Dafna. To name her would be to make her human. But nor does her name appear anywhere in the report (UPDATE: The report has now added her name). This BBC trick applies uniquely to Israeli victims. In any report of a single terrorist victim anywhere in the world where the victim was known, the name of the victim would be given. The BBC always gives the names of Muslim victims of Israeli violence and even gives the names of terrorists when they are known (usually these are one and the same people) but never Israeli victims. ...
Two other studies published recently offer specific evidence of how black children are so disadvantaged at an early age. One research project, published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, examined how college students and police officers estimated the ages of children who they were told had committed crimes. Both groups studied by UCLA professor Phillip Goff and collaborators were more likely to overestimate the ages of black children compared with nonblack ones, implying that black children were seen as "significantly less innocent" than others. ...
Nine years ago, federal agents stuck a location tracker on a nightclub owners car without a warrant. The agents thought their suspect might be dealing drugs, and four weeks of GPS data ultimately proved them right. He countered that the prolonged tracking had violated his privacy, and therefore his constitutional rights. The case fell apart…
Last week, President Obama announced that he will be sending an extra $500 million and 1,200 National Guard troops to the border. According to the El Paso Times, of that $500 million, $200 million will go toward communication technology for law enforcement at the border. Another $50 million will go toward Operation Stonegarden, an initiative meant to combat violence at the border and the trafficking of firearms. The plan would set aside $170 million for hiring Customs and Border Protection agents, $32 million toward hiring 207 more Border Patrol agents, and $40 million would be dedicated to training them ...
Psychologists have found that those who express moral outrage at wrong-doings are not selfless, but rather self-serving, or doing it to reinforce their own status as a 'good person'.
Indeed, what it means to be human, what it is to be a person, and questions of human worth and dignity are all raised in the light of these new technologies. While perhaps all of the technologies are being championed as means to a better human end, many more cautious minds are expressing concerns about the potential for dehumanisation and a cavalier attitude toward life ...
In summary, human cloning is a prominent social issue in the world. Even though it is not yet scientifically possible, there is a great deal to be said about it in the way of ethics. Though polls indicate that the general public is against the idea of cloning, there are a variety of opinions on the topic that each has support. It is thought by some that the legalization of cloning could greatly benefit the world as it could be the best way to produce the next generation of human beings. However, many see ethical dilemmas in this outlook and think that cloning should be forbidden entirely. It could spark the dehumanization of our race by turning human lives into something of a commodity and it could also cause a lot of social distress. Finally, the third proposition is that there should be a middle ground. There is a lot of benefit in therapeutic cloning without anywhere near as much of the ethical cost. By legalizing this form of cloning only, research could continue, albeit with limitations. ...
4 There are 10 different stages of genocide, and they are all essential to defining what a genocide is. The first stage is called classification, and by using the aforementioned "Us versus them" mentality to differentiate the Jews from the Aryans, with the Aryans being the "Master Race" and the Jews being the "Inferior Race," Hitler segregated the two, thereby classifying the Jews. The second stage, symbolization, involves identifying the differences between groups by naming them, or by using visual symbols to distinguish "us" and "them." This included the use of the Nazi Swastika armbands that Nazis wore and yellow Stars of David that the Jews wore. This was meant to further separate Jews from Aryans in Germany. Stage three, discrimination, restricts a groups rights, such as when Hitler enacted the Nuremberg Laws that removed German citizenship from Jews and prevented them from securing government or academic employment. Stage four, dehumanization, has the aggressors denying that the victim ...
It is therefore easy to understand the iconic status of Mandela and the overflow of emotion his death has provoked in the Pan-African world. The fact that President Obama started his politics as a student at an anti-apartheid rally, and his acknowledged indebtedness to Mandelas exemplary life and struggle, offers a poignant thread in the thick ties that bind Africa and the Diaspora in the struggle for emancipation from racial tyranny and dehumanization. For the rest of the world Mandelas life and legacy resonate deeply because his progressive nationalism was fundamentally a struggle for human freedom and dignity, for social justice and equality. It is not hard to see why that would be universally appealing to a world rocked by the horrendous devastations of the twentieth century, a century of emancipatory, ambiguous and destructive mass movements, of mass culture, mass consumption, mass education and mass media, as well as mass war and mass murder. The first part of this long century was ...
It is therefore easy to understand the iconic status of Mandela and the overflow of emotion his death has provoked in the Pan-African world. The fact that President Obama started his politics as a student at an anti-apartheid rally, and his acknowledged indebtedness to Mandelas exemplary life and struggle, offers a poignant thread in the thick ties that bind Africa and the Diaspora in the struggle for emancipation from racial tyranny and dehumanization. For the rest of the world Mandelas life and legacy resonate deeply because his progressive nationalism was fundamentally a struggle for human freedom and dignity, for social justice and equality. It is not hard to see why that would be universally appealing to a world rocked by the horrendous devastations of the twentieth century, a century of emancipatory, ambiguous and destructive mass movements, of mass culture, mass consumption, mass education and mass media, as well as mass war and mass murder. The first part of this long century was ...
Cohen, S. J., Kruglanski, A. W., Gelfand, M., Webber, D., Gunaratna, R. & Katz, R. (2016). Al-Qaedas Propaganda Decoded: A Psycholinguistic System for Detecting Variations in Terrorism Ideology. Terrorism and Political Violence, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09546553.2016.1165214. Cohen, S. J. (2016). Mapping the Minds of Suicide Bombers using Linguistic Methods: The Corpus of Palestinian Suicide Bombers Farewell Letters (CoPSBFL). Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 39, 7-8, 749-780.. Cohen, S. J. (2015). Breakable and Unbreakable Silences: Implicit Dehumanization and Anti-Arab Prejudice in Israeli Soldiers Narratives Concerning Palestinian Women. International Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies, 12, 3, 245-277.. Raghavan, C., Cohen, S. J. & Tamborra, T. (2015). Development and Preliminary Validation of the Multidimensional Sexual Coercion Questionnaire (MSCQ). Journal of Sexual Aggression, 21, 3, 271-289.. Cohen, S. J. (2013). When Unconscious Wishes Become Laws: Policing Memory and Identity ...
The agitation, emanating of course from the presumptive president, to re-start the killing machine is the wrathful, perhaps panicky, reaction to different forms of criminality that stubbornly evade law-enforcement and, like some protuberant malignancy, know no remission! But this is precisely the reason for distancing ourselves from this dangerous inclination. An essential dimension of criminal justice is establishing a distance between the atrocity of the criminal act and the infliction of penalty - because retaliation is the antithesis of justice! At all times it is the vindication of humanity that is the issue: the humanity of the victim, as well as that of the offender. The dehumanization of the offender does not improve the lot of the victim. It is silly, ludicrous even to think that by worsening the lot of the offender, murdering him even, we better the position of the victim, unless of course, we grant that it is ultimately revenge that we are after. In this case, it would be more candid ...
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In my works I wish to interrogate the audience about issues that are normally considered kind of communitarian. Even if I have my own point of view, I dont want to give answers, I prefer to ask questions. I just wish to move people, to reflect about some issues or aspects of the society we live in. We are supposed to live in a postcolonial era but the traces of slavery, segregation, colonialism and fascism are still there. The racism, the homophobia, the anti-Semitism is the result of all this history. To think that four hundred years of African slavery and dehumanization is simply a black affair, is a way to reiterate and perpetuate the oppression of the Africans ancestors today. In these terms, my work about the memories of slavery is a kind of pretext to draw a portrait of some contemporary societies and at the same time, a way to document how the African Diasporas survived to slavery, their complex and various forms of resistance and most of all the cultures transmission. ...
The first tactic was the speedup, which pushed the idea of synchronized assembly lines to the limits of human endurance and made working for Ford, as one employee put it, a form of hell on earth that turned human beings into driven robots. The chain system you have is a slave driver, wrote the wife of one worker to Ford…..Every day it seemed like the belt moved a little faster, as performance technicians, armed with stopwatches, shadowed workers, figuring out ways to shave off seconds here and there from their motions. Intellectuals and social critics began to draw attention to the dehumanization of the line. Never before, wrote a contemporary observer, had human beings been fitted so closely into the machines, like minor parts, with no independence or chance to retain their individual self-respect. Fords factory turned workers into mere containers of labor, like gondola cars of coal. They arrived full; they left in the evening as empty of human vitality as the cars were empty of ...
An 1852 University of Virginia graduate who went on to serve as chief of the Confederate Bureau of War, Robert Garlick Hill Kean was a strong proponent of perpetuating the systematic enslavement (and consequently, dehumanization) of black Americans. In his wartime diary, Kean deplores the idea of "negro enlistment" in the Confederate Army, since doing so would entail the effective acknowledgement of the shared humanity of blacks and whites. He abhors the idea of abolition, and makes clear in his entries from 1864 that the Confederacy must maintain independence, declaring that "when independence is lost, slavery is at the same blow destroyed." Later, he refers to emancipation as "the [dislocation] of the foundations of society from which no practical results will be reaped by us." In 1864, as the war still rages on, Kean writes that "a state of society, in which the negroes had been suddenly freed and given political franchises as citizens, the whites overawed by garrisons ruled by Yankee policy, ...
In order to own a human, as opposed to say, a mule, the owner or slaveholder must deny the humanity of that man, woman or child. So, growing up in south Alabama among a people who had, for centuries, practiced treating people like objects or mules, I was expected to go and do likewise. In order to accomplish this degree of dehumanization, the ruling race suffers a shriveling of its own soul and spirit.. Over time, farm children, trying to get over their tender heartedness when killing chickens, rabbits, pigs and other livestock, manage to harden their hearts. In the same way, many southerners get over their innate dislike of mistreating others. They teach themselves and their children that "Blacks arent the same as you and I and so it is okay to mistreat them".. Eventually, in an effort to gain understanding of my memory flashes of childhood, I looked up racial incidents that occurred in southeast Alabama when I was little. Maybe something happened before I was born that people were still ...
The 1910 ban triggered powerful protests against the stereotyping and dehumanization of temple dancers.[11] The Tamil people were concerned that a historic and rich dance tradition was being victimized under the excuse of social reform.[11][45] The classical art revivalists such as E. Krishna Iyer, a lawyer and someone who had learnt the Bharatanatyam dance, questioned the cultural discrimination and the assumed connection, asking why prostitution needs years of learning and training for performance arts such as the Bharatanatyam, and how can killing performance arts end any evils in a society?[46][47] Iyer was arrested and sentenced to prison on charges of nationalism, who while serving out his prison term persuaded his fellow political prisoners to support Bharatanatyam.[48] While the British colonial government enforced laws to suppress Bharatanatyam and all Hindu temple dances, some from the West such as the American dancer Esther Sherman moved to India in 1930, learnt Indian classical ...
It was then that Pastor Sam, the pastor of this congregation of hurting people pulled me aside. He directed me to a woman who appeared to be in her 60s. I now know that is unlikely that she is that old; it is the wear of a very difficult life that prematurely aged her. As Pastor Sam translated for us, she began to tell the story of her two sons that cannot attend school because of lack of funds and her third son who has died. Her sons have gone four days without food and due to the drought it is unlikely that there will be much of a harvest. Without access to education her fear is that the boys will have no future to speak of. Her son that had died had been captured by the LRA and forced to be a boy solider. In the LRA, the children that cannot keep up as they trek through the bush are killed. The leaders dont kill them, they have the stronger boy soldiers do it. This causes fear in the remaining boys and continues the dehumanization of the new murderers. I wish that it was a single bullet to ...
The structure is very similar to both, but I think all three are going after different targets with similar themes. Conrads novel was primarily interested in colonization, the bestial nature/duality of man, and what it means to be civilized (Kurtz was, after all, a bit of a Renaissance man despite ruling over a tribe of headhunters). Apocalypse Now took those concepts and turned them towards the Vietnam War (and war in the abstract). Heart of Darkness, despite being violent and terrifying, didnt match up the "madness" concept with military warfare. Coppolas film is so iconic that the idea is sort of old hat now, but theres a reason its an oft-referenced work for the loss of humanity at wartime ("I love the smell of Napalm in the morning," etc). Spec Ops takes elements from both previous works - the duality of man as both beast and civil individual, the juxtaposition of military combat with a lose of sanity and dehumanization, traveling to a foreign land that represents some sort of hotbed ...
The structure is very similar to both, but I think all three are going after different targets with similar themes. Conrads novel was primarily interested in colonization, the bestial nature/duality of man, and what it means to be civilized (Kurtz was, after all, a bit of a Renaissance man despite ruling over a tribe of headhunters). Apocalypse Now took those concepts and turned them towards the Vietnam War (and war in the abstract). Heart of Darkness, despite being violent and terrifying, didnt match up the "madness" concept with military warfare. Coppolas film is so iconic that the idea is sort of old hat now, but theres a reason its an oft-referenced work for the loss of humanity at wartime ("I love the smell of Napalm in the morning," etc). Spec Ops takes elements from both previous works - the duality of man as both beast and civil individual, the juxtaposition of military combat with a lose of sanity and dehumanization, traveling to a foreign land that represents some sort of hotbed ...
In five studies, the effects of ingroups status on the automatic evaluations of humanity was explored. The Go/No-go association task was used. In Studies 1 and 2, the relation between Northern Italians (higher status group) and Southern Italians (lower status group) was examined. In Study 3, it was manipulated the status of the Italian ingroup and the American outgroup: in two conditions, either attributes of Italian superiority or attributes of American superiority were made salient. In Study 4, the status of minimal groups was manipulated. In Study 5, results of previous studies were replied, using different stimuli. In all the studies, the higher status ingroup was more associated with humanity than the lower status outgroup, that was even dehumanized. In contrast, a privileged human status was not accorded to ingroup in the lower status condition. The effects of infrahumanization and dehumanization seem to be moderated by ingroups status. ...
Abortion on demand has killed millions of unborn children only for convenience. This type of ethos leads to the dehumanization of the entire human race. Life becomes meaningless when we devalue it at any point. Take religion out of it and you still are faced with a morality which supposes that indiscriminate killing is ok. I believe in limited government and think on the whole that governments should stay out of peoples choices but anyone that does not see the epidemic problem with abortion on demand is living life with blinders on. Plus 20 weeks, the fetus is a child. Does it matter to anyone on the pro choice side that they are killing human life ...
But then came the era of perpetual enemies. The Church began fighting Crusades in the Holy Land, originally with a papal edict asking Christians to come to the aid of the Byzantine empire against the Turks in 1095. Although the Crusades were to continue for centuries against the Muslims over Jerusalem, on the side, the face of the enemy diversified. There were crusades against Bogomil heretics in Bulgaria and the Balkans (the Tatar Crusade), and against Aragon in Spain. And against the Cathars in Languedoc. The last, called the Albigensian Crusade, is important, because it was against heretics, the non-state actors of their time. It began officially in 1209, and mobilized forces from Northern France and England. But they had been denouncing and burning Cathars, by that point, since 1167. The dehumanization involved in the denuciation looks oddly familiar in some respects. They practiced a religion that was an amalgamation of various influences, most prominently Manichaeanism, itself an ...
Racism erodes our very humanity. No one can be truly liberated while living under the weight of oppression, argues Dr. Joy DeGruy Leary in her new book, Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome: Americas Legacy of Enduring Injury and Healing. Leary, who teaches social work at Portland State University, traces the way that both overt and subtle forms of racism have damaged the collective African-American psyche-harm manifested through poor mental and physical health, family and relationship dysfunction, and self-destructive impulses.. Leary adapts our understanding of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder to propose that African Americans today suffer from a particular kind of intergenerational trauma: Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome (PTSS).. The systematic dehumanization of African slaves was the initial trauma, explains Leary, and generations of their descendents have borne the scars. Since that time, Americans of all ethnic backgrounds have been inculcated and immersed in a fabricated (but effective) system of ...
I think the root of it is dehumanization. Sometimes justified killings, sometimes not, but their is a disturbing trend where the shooter, criminal or cop, seems un-phased by their actions. Sociopathy is a spectrum. The simple realization that each of us is someones son or daughter, brother or sister or husband or wife can turn an interaction to a less fatal outcome IMO. If in that mindset and context a trigger still needs to be pulled, then at least it is done with the gravitas that killing another human being demands. God/nature/the universe created that life, if we choose to over-rule the Universe then we should do it with the mind-set that we can appropriately justify that hubris to our maker one day in the distant ..or not so distant future ...
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This letter was sent to the Wall Street Journal on August 8, 2008 by Alisa Wilson, Ph.D. Of Beverly Hills , CA . On July 31, 2008 the Wall Street Journal had an article titled. "Wheres The Outrage?" Really. I can tell you where the outrage is. The outrage is here, in this middle-aged, ell-educated, upper-middle class woman. The outrage is here, but I have no representation, no voice.. The outrage is here, but no one is listening for who am I? I am not a billionaire like George Soros that can fund an entire political movement. I am not a celebrity like Barbra Streisand that can garner the attention of the press to promote political candidates. I am not a film maker like Michael Moore or Al Gore that can deliver misleading movies to the public. The outrage is here, but unlike those with money or power, I dont know how to reach those who feel similarly in order to effect change.. Why am I outraged? I am outraged that my country, the United States of America , is in a state of moral and ethical ...
Ive heard people expressing absolute outrage. The problem with outrage is that it can tar the good guy with the bad guy. - Craig Walton
Getting outraged on others behalf often isnt about altruism but soothing personal guilt and asserting ones status as a good person.
If youre not outraged,youre not paying attention!Read what Public Citizen has to say about the biggest blunders and outrageous offenses in the world of public health, published monthly in Health Letter. Outrage of the Month: VA Hospitals Concealed Information About Dangerous Health Care PractitionersHealth Letter, November 2017Michael Carome, M.D.
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As Paul Manaforts light sentence of 47 months sparks shock and outrage, Stephanie Ruhle breaks down if it reflects poorly on the Mueller investigation in any way. Weighing in: TODAY Show Host Savannah Guthrie, PBS Newshour White House Correspondent Yamiche Alcindor, Attorney Midwin Charles, and former U.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade.