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La haine, c'est les autres!

Abstract : It is often said that the feeling of hatred is not far from that of love, which is always recalled by the famous little phrase from Chimène to Rodrigue in Corneille's Cid: "Go, I don't hate you". The true opposite, of both feelings, would thus be indifference, and therefore the fact of not feeling any feeling. However, indifference or rather the acceptance of what is, it is also the meditative capacity to receive its emotions 1 and to remain calm. Hatred, like love, are thus é-mus feelings, that is to say that their establishment is based on certain emotions, such as anger, fear, disgust or shame, certain transformations, certain movements of soul and heart, to which our body and mind are subjected. Thus, the way in which a feeling of hatred is articulated and arises from certain emotions will be totally dependent on who we are, at a given moment in our history, on what we have experienced, in a given context and situation. . We will focus on how emotions, which are very circumstantial moments of feeling, can help develop and fuel a feeling of hatred over time, which will manifest itself in a speech, with certain constancies and certain recurrences. . This will lead us to describe the emotional mechanism of construction of hatred and to see how the hate phenomenon, made of exclusion of the other, of acts of condemnation and negative emotions, is actualized in the discourse, between dimensions intimate and social. (...)
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Béatrice Fracchiolla, Lorella Sini. La haine, c'est les autres!. Nolwenn Lorenzi. La haine en discours, Editions le bord de l'eau, pp.45-71, 2021, La haine en discours. ⟨halshs-03088100v1⟩



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