What is hatred?

  • (noun): The emotion of hate; a feeling of dislike so strong that it demands action.
    Synonyms: hate

Hatred

Hatred (or hate) is a deep and emotional extreme dislike that can be directed against individuals, entities, objects, or ideas. Hatred is often associated with feelings of anger and a disposition towards hostility. Commonly held moral rules, such as the Golden Rule, oppose universal hatred towards another.

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Loather
... Hatred (or hate) is a deep and emotional extreme dislike that can be directed against individuals, entities, objects, or ideas ... Hatred is often associated with feelings of anger and a disposition towards hostility ... Commonly held moral rules, such as the Golden Rule, oppose universal hatred towards another ...
Hate - The Bible
... Both the Old and the New Testaments deal with hatred ... In the New Testament, hatred focuses on the soul ... Evil is internalised and the focus of hatred becomes that part of the heart, the sinning self ...
Hatred - See Also
... Wikiquote has a collection of quotations related to Hatred Discrimination Gossip Misanthropy Revenge Self-loathing Two Minutes Hate ...
Comrade Ogilvy - Themes - Nationalism
... Negative nationalism Oceanians' perpetual hatred for Emmanuel Goldstein Stalinism, Anglophobia and antisemitism are (as Orwell argues) defined by hatred ... orator changes the enemy of Oceania the crowd instantly transfers their hatred to the new enemy ...
Loather - The Bible
... Both the Old and the New Testaments deal with hatred ... However, the Old Testament also contains condemnations of hatred ... In the New Testament, hatred focuses on the soul ...

Famous quotes containing the word hatred:

    Anger is always concerned with individuals, ... whereas hatred is directed also against classes: we all hate any thief and any informer. Moreover, anger can be cured by time; but hatred cannot. The one aims at giving pain to its object, the other at doing him harm; the angry man wants his victim to feel; the hater does not mind whether they feel or not.
    Aristotle (384–322 B.C.)

    Our good qualities expose us more to hatred and persecution than all the ill we do.
    François, Duc De La Rochefoucauld (1613–1680)

    A curious thing about atrocity stories is that they mirror, instead of the events they purport to describe, the extent of the hatred of the people that tell them.
    Still, you can’t listen unmoved to tales of misery and murder.
    John Dos Passos (1896–1970)