What is outrage?

Some articles on outrage:

St├ęphane Hessel - Author - Time For Outrage!
... In October 2010, Hessel's essay, Time for Outrage! (original French title Indignez-vous !), was published in an edition of 6,000 copies (ISBN 978-1455509720 ) ... Hessel's reasons for personal outrage include the growing gap between the very rich and the very poor, France's treatment of its illegal immigrants, the need to re-establish a ...
Maarten Van Der Vleuten - Discography - 1992
... Cliche Cliche Trax (Djax) 12" (featuring Aardvarck) G.S.G ... (Glue Sniffing Gerald) Trip Trax (Djax) 12" Zimt Set Into A Trance (Outrage) 12" Zimt Blue Note (Outrage) 12" Zimt Better Than Your Dream (Outrage) 12" Flux True Feelings (Outrage) 12" Integrity The Way I Live (Outrage) 12" Integrity Living In A Fantasy (Outrage) 12" (featuring Aardvarck) Pultec Die Menschmachine (Outrage) 12" Flashback Feel The Bass (See Saw/Billytron) 12" (featuring Sandy Kandou) 48V Phantom Power Graffity (R S) 12" Maarten van der Vleuten David Morley TZ 7 (TZ) 12" Gangrene Sickness E.P ...
This Is An Outrage!
... This Is an Outrage! is the second album by American Power Pop band Capital Lights, but is the first album by the band under that name, as they were previously known as AfterEight ... "Outrage" placed on the X 2009 Christian rock hits compilation ...
Michael Rogers (activist) - Blogactive.com - Outrage
... Rogers is the lead subject of the Magnolia Pictures/HBO film Outrage, a documentary by director Kirby Dick ...
Red Eye W/Greg Gutfeld - Recurring Elements - Outrage Glasses
... of Buddy Holly-style large, black glasses known as the "outrage glasses" ... similar glasses and often expresses her outrage ...

More definitions of "outrage":

  • (noun): A wantonly cruel act.
  • (noun): A disgraceful event.
    Synonyms: scandal
  • (noun): A feeling of righteous anger.
    Synonyms: indignation

Famous quotes containing the word outrage:

    How little do the most wonderful inventions of modern times detain us. They insult nature. Every machine, or particular application, seems a slight outrage against universal laws.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    In making the great experiment of governing people by consent rather than by coercion, it is not sufficient that the party in power should have a majority. It is just as necessary that the party in power should never outrage the minority.
    Walter Lippmann (1889–1974)

    Progress celebrates Pyrrhic victories over nature. Progress makes purses out of human skin. When people were traveling in mail coaches, the world got ahead better than it does now that salesmen fly through the air. What good is speed if the brain has oozed out on the way? How will the heirs of this age be taught the most basic motions that are necessary to activate the most complicated machines? Nature can rely on progress; it will avenge it for the outrage it has perpetrated on it.
    Karl Kraus (1874–1936)