Regarding The Pain Of Others

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It is a follow-up to her classic collection of essays On Photography, published 26 years earlier (and recently released in Russian as part of the Garage publishing program in collaboration with Ad Marginem Press). 'Regarding the Pain of Others' By Susan Sontag. March 23, 2003; In June 1938 Virginia Woolf published Three Guineas , her brave, unwelcomed reflections on the roots of war. Regarding the Pain of Others is a book-length essay that wanders all around the crucial thesis, exploring various aspects of both the subject and the medium before declaring a verdict on its efficacy.

Here is a quick description and cover image of book Regarding the Pain of Others written by Susan Sontag which was published in 2003-1-7. In Regarding the Pain of Others, Sontag is alerting us about the dangers of the wearing out of our moral feelings. She does not argue that the realities of war and violence must be kept in secret, but she explores this particular and very possible moment when the witness of other people's pain gets so used with atrocity that his moral sense and will to act is overcomed by apathy and inaction. ― Susan Sontag, Regarding the Pain of Others.

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