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Outrage (emotion)

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Outrage (emotion)

Outrage is an emotion related to anger concerned with maintaining and enforcing moral or societal norms or social hierarchy. Outrage is differentiated from anger in that it is an emotion that is triggered by observation of injustice, perceived violations of taboos, privileges or norms by a third party to which the observer may have no immediate relationship.

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