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Lots of people argue that injustice is something that the body knows, takes a hit from encountering, and learns to disavow, when it's inconvenient.

Others argue that a visceral sense of justice and injustice is precisely what's learned and cultivated throughout social life.

The dramatic pedagogies of mass culture make the question of origins moot, in a way: when we feel an event of injustice, the question is, what next? The political question meets the bodily imperative and goes twelve rounds.

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