- Hermit McCleese
- Wasaga Beach
Wilfrid Laurier University - Psychology, Biology
What 'elements of violence' are important to recognize if most violence has shifted from physical-directive/arbitrary to mental/systemic?
Is violence a more physical-survival based idea? of is it more of an attack on your ability to exist as a free individual? What would be YOUR terms/ethics of non-violence? (And also, how do we discriminate between varying levels of, and globally refer to violence as a whole idea today?)
**The important distinction here is what Pinker did non clarify; that is can violence be non-physical?.. and furthermore if we eliminate physical violence, will that free our bodies in the midst of our systemic restrictions?**