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It is Not Important That We Know Where the Line Is

It is important that there be a line

The abandonment of entire populations in our time cuts through the narrative binary we have constructed between violence and non-violence. Its language is silence; its modality, an active neglect. And it is the perniciousness of this interest — an interest in disregarding that which we do not desire — that makes “indifference closer to evil than hatred,” says Aishwary.

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