Resentiment

Re`sent´i`ment


n.1.Resentment.
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What can the new political models of interventionist movements--movements which are not simply "reactive" or burdened with resentiment (thus, to put it in Nietzschean terms, the morality of slaves)--be in the face of oppressive power (this is one of the complaints that I raise against the resistance theorists)?
PAT- net (all of us) is as culpable as the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) for this degraded intellectual resentiment (dismissal by ASPA of PAT-net) and "victimology" (PAT-net's infantilized reactions).
Modern consciousness seems particularly colored by what Nietzsche would have referred to as resentiment, given that it owes its character and existence to a patrimony it now publicly denies.
Similarly, women representatives and other councilors mainly belonging to underdeveloped and underprivileged areas of the city also held separate press conferences to express their resentiment over the budget.
172-173) APRA's nationalist campaigns against the employment of foreigners by multi-nationals reflected empleado resentiment.
the Exodus), her social and ecclesiastical resentiment, her spiritual anguish and "feminism.
It was Christianity with its resentiment against life at the bottom of its heart, which first made something unclean of sexuality.
In such accounts identities are trying to create othering of the otherness of others whether culturally or linguistically, which is the expression of "sad passions" because othering the other in any abstract terms is inviting the other into decompositional relationships and producing nothing but resentiment and remorse, hatred and intolerance.
Max Scheler's treatise on Resentiment is an investigation into the disorder of the heart's feelings, and he adapted and applied Pascal's principle of "le coeur a ses raisons que la raison ne connait point" in his voluminous Formalism in Ethics and Non-Formal Ethics of Value (1913-1916).