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"When we have comrades, we are freed from the obligation to be and know and do everything on our own; there is a larger collective with a line, program, and set of tasks and goals. We are also freed from our impulses (enjoined by communicative capitalism) to criticize and comment on the outrage of the moment." (jodi Dean, Comrade)

In what sense is "outrage" used here?

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the outrage of the moment. the shocking issue that people are currently angry about and shocked by.


The phrase 'of the moment' suggests that there are many issues of this type, one after the other, ie every moment.

There is an implication that people move on too quickly from one issue to the next.


Clive