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Learning Goal: I’m working on a philosophy writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
BACKGROUND
The film, Crip Camp, is centrally concerned with protagonists who meet during the 70s at a recreational camp for young people with disabilities. There is a great deal of laughter, joy, and liberation contained in the film, but it also gives us a chance to learn a lot about anger as a virtue (to use Aristotle’s term) and as a catalyst for change.
We will return to this film to illustrate and unpack several of our ethical frameworks, but I want you to simply pay close attention to its protagonists and the times when anger plays an important role in their actions and values. We will NOT be viewing its central figures as victims trapped inside a stereotypical narrative but as fully realized individuals. Next week, we will go more deeply into the field of Disability Studies and how this scholarship has impacted the discipline of Ethics.
MATERIALS
Read this 1-page passage from Aristotle on anger: Aristotle on Anger.(view the attached sheet)
Watch the Netflix film, Crip Camp, here: https://youtu.be/OFS8SpwioZ4. Note: “Crip” is a reclaimed slur. It is fine to use in the context of the film but should not be used without context in everyday discussion. We will talk about this more next week.
PROMPT
Judith Heumann with Larry Allison, James LeBrecht, Denise Sherer Jacobson, and Stephen Hofmann make up the central protagonists portrayed in the film, Crip Camp. Please focus on one of these individuals and be as specific as possible in trying to describe how they ‘practice’ the ethical virtue of being angry in the right (middle) way in Aristotle’s sense. Note how they tailor their responses to specific encounters and relationships, whether they seem to have gained wisdom and ease with a specific virtue, and how for all their efforts they may not be able to immediately or ever get the results they desire. Do you believe that that Aristotle is correct and there is a ‘middle way’ to be angry?
I want you to answer the question in SIMPLE LANGUAGE.
No plagiarism should be found.
I want the response to be half to one page in length.
Also, please let me know which character you chose to write on.

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