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The Words We Don’t Yet Have

Lecture by Chantal Maillard

Anger

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Are excessive violence, greed, and craving congenital to the human species or, rather, inherited from the warrior societies that dominated our lands a few millennia ago?

What do the terrible wrathful figures of Indo-European cultures of Europe and India represent? Did these hybrid creatures have a political function? Is anger a factor of change or an element of the patriarchal universe?

Reconverting myths, replacing the morality of likeness with an ethics that transcends differences, finding a new paradigm for a new post-anthropocentric age, is this possible?

This lecture is the closing event of the Festival Clàssics

 

Moderators: Raül Garrigasait

Participants: Chantal Maillard

This activity is part of FEMINISMS!, The Words We Don’t Yet Have

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