Moral Outrage: Territoriality in Human Guise

@article{Goodenough1997MoralOT,
  title={Moral Outrage: Territoriality in Human Guise},
  author={W. Goodenough},
  journal={Zygon},
  year={1997},
  volume={32},
  pages={5-27}
}
Moral outrage is a response to the behavior of others, never one's own. It is a response to infringements or transgressions on what people perceive to be the immunities they, or others with whom they identify, can expect on the basis of their rights and privileges and what they understand to be their reasonnable expectations regarding the behavior of others. A person's culturally defined social identities and the rights and privileges that go with them in relationships to which those identities… Expand
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