By Danielle Poe
This quantity examines the various ways that violence, domination, and oppression take place themselves. This exam opens tips to artistic feedback for overcoming injustice. The authors during this quantity additionally describe the beneficial properties of a simply group and encourage readers to enforce peaceable transformation.
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Adorno’s point is that the concept does not adequately represent lived human experience because the concept is formed without proper examination of lived human experience. Adorno’s Negative Dialectics reminds us of the battle cry of Edmund Husserl’s phenomenology to focus on “the things themselves,” by which he means the phenomena, or our conscious ideas of things, and not natural objects. However, what it means to get to the things themselves and what the things are differs radically for the two thinkers.
However, the concept of tolerance would continue to be used by a wide range of social groups seeking deliverance from their marginalized position in society. The problem is that the concept of tolerance was eventually taken up by members of dominant social groups and used as a tool to encourage the acceptance of their oppressive views and values. Discriminating tolerance was replaced by pure tolerance, tolerance for the sake of tolerance. This form of tolerance refuses to recognize power relations between individuals and social groups.
While “punishing behaviors” varied broadly across the groups, some findings were consistent. The experiment bore out the common assumption that punishing negative behaviors does have some observable effects in motivating the socially undercooperative to alter their ways. But the behavior change inspired was not the simple rehabilitation that is generally expected. , pp. 1363–1364). That is to say, when groups used punishment to motivate members in the direction of cooperative behavior, the result was precisely the opposite of the desired objective: uncooperative behavior proliferated and the undeserving, those who were already cooperating, came to be targeted for punishment.