LSA Philosopher Featured in The Conversation on the Drawbacks of Moral Outrage
"In and of itself, outrage may not be all that bad," says Tosi. "Expressions of anger can be very effective at identifying bad things in the world and motivating us to address them. But to use outrage effectively, we must protect it. Otherwise, when anger could be used to help people see that something is wrong, displays of outrage will just sound like more of the same."