The Brazilians are puzzled above all by two things: why so many men with big beards were ruled by a child (Charles IX was 12 at the time), and why some of these same men were “full and gorged with all kinds of things” while others “were begging at their doors, emaciated with hunger and poverty”.
Montaigne’s empathy leads him to reflect that the true gap between us is not nearly so immense as the differences fomented by, say, religious opinions – or, come to that, medical opinions.
...the Red Cross accusing Israel of neglecting the wounded in Gaza and preventing ambulances from reaching a devastated area, where rescue workers found at least 15 bodies and several emaciated children yesterday.
是臺灣的在地實踐，正是為了「人的恢復」，正義將在記憶與遺忘的纏鬥中，漸次地浮出地表。研究大屠殺的史家Dominick LaCapra說，要「宣洩」（acting out）爾後「消解」（working through）大屠殺的陰影。
- 1a : to represent in action
2: to express (as an impulse or a fantasy) directly in overt behavior without modification to comply with social norms
: to behave badly or in a socially unacceptable often self-defeating manner especially as a means of venting painful emotions (as fear or frustration)
Definition of work through
- : to deal with (something that is difficult or unpleasant) successfully
very thin and weak, usually because of illness or extreme hunger:
There were pictures of emaciated children on the cover of the magazine.