Rhetorical Analysis Of Your Brain On Hate, By Patrick J. Kilger

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In his piece “Your Brain on Hate” Patrick J Kilger, teaches us that hate is not something of an automatic reaction, but pure hatred involves the frontal cortex of the brain, the area most often associated with both rhyme and reason. Sighting scientific MRI research of human brains as the basis of his statements. Kilger goes on to state, these areas of the brain, known as the frontal cortex, also contribute to our need to protect loved ones. Therefore, if this is the case, I must ask why we are witness to the rise in overwhelmingly blatant discrimination and hatred for people and things we do not even know? Are we using rhyme and reason to furrow out the negative of a race or situation so that we might ultimately feel personal justification
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