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Can anger ever be constructive?

Anger is a complex and often misunderstood emotion. Philosophers have always had divided opinions; for instance, Seneca considered anger as temporary madness, while Aristotle considered "people who do not get angry in the circumstances one should be thought of as foolish." 


In the latest episode of the Ethics and Emotion series, I explore the role of anger in both our personal and professional spheres. This episode discusses; 

  1. The meaning of anger and its significance in our lives

  2. The common causes and triggers that lead to feelings of anger

  3. The different spheres where anger manifests and how it affects our interactions

A Critical Look at moral vs non-moral anger 

Depending on how it's managed, anger can be a driving force for change or a barrier to personal growth. This episode aims to unravel the complexities of anger, offering insights into how we can navigate this powerful emotion more effectively.

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