Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Anger
Moving into modernity, the twentieth and twenty-first centuries experience unforeseen globalization and exposure to the moral rangers of various religions. For example, the first item in this section depicts the rising struggle western Christianity begins to have with different perceptions of morality. The question begins to be asked: how does anger fit into the human experience when there are not strict definitions of vices and virtues? When there is not a common acceptance of hierarchy?
Furthermore, we begin to see in these items a range of anger. Like the previous section, there are still emotional connections made between countries and politics, as we see in the second item on Job, Anger, and Modern America. But we also still see examples of anger as a complex, undefinable feature of humanity, both in the example of two tigers: anger tied to the sexual desire and adultery, and the place of anger in love and justice.