The Logic of Rage

The Logic of Rage // Hidden Brain

“Most of the time, we are well-served by being logical and deliberate. But on rare occasions, it’s helpful to act with unthinking haste. The operative word here is rare.”

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Lisa Marie Blair

Painfully aware. Profoundly afraid. Perpetually falling in and out of love with humanity. She/They.

One thought on “The Logic of Rage”

  1. I love “Hidden Brain”! One of my regular podcasts.

    This episode makes me wonder about repressed anger, my own as well. And then I think of Carl Jung and the need to integrate our shadow lest it surprise us when we “complex-out”.

    But this is interesting because i’ve never heard about it from a neuroscience perspective before.

    It also makes me wonder what social circumstances (e.g. the internet’s amplification of threat assessments, or the injustice and ubiquity of shameless, lying by politicians ) lead to an increase in “snapping” with things like road-rage, domestic violence, etc…

    Anyway, fascinating episode. Thanks!

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