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'Hurt': Old Sentiment, New Claims

Hurt is the new categorical weapon against power. It has managed to divide the social, political and even aesthetic world into two camps: those who hurt and those who are hurt. The camps of hurt are social and political in nature and are fighting for new spaces. This article looks at the claims hurt is making on our political life and what a politics of hurt does to the idea of fraternity.

Ismene: But what do you gain by hurting me so much?

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