@pixel Lynne Tirrell's 'Genocidal language games'
Probably the rest of the volume it's in, although I haven't read anything else.
Amazing. Especially "...the important ways that power is enacted through discourse, how speech acts can prepare the way for physical and material acts, and how speech generates permissions for actions hitherto uncountenanced"
@twsh @erosdiscordia I'm interested in counteraction to propaganda. So far, I see a lot of toxic comments, which might be classified as hate speech. "Might", because I don't want to jump into conclusions.
I' yet to find examples of reframing. This is what Lakoff talks about and gives concrete examples how it should be done in the debate between US Conservatives and Democrats.
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