Secondly, how the particular motions of anger may be repressed, or at least refrained from doing mischief.
Thirdly, how to raise anger, or appease anger in another.
Wherein the remedy is, that a man should have, as Consalvo was wont to say, telam honoris crassiorem.
But in all refrainings of anger, it is the best remedy to win time; and to make a man’s self believe, that the opportunity of his revenge is not yet come, but that he foresees a time for it; and so to still himself in the meantime, and reserve it.
It may be circulated in electronic version so long as this copyright and use statement is included and the essay is not modified in any way. I retain all other rights (including non-electronic-medium rights of publication.) In Wyoming an angry group of shoppers chased a woman and her children from a Wal-Mart, apparently because the woman and children were Muslim.
In New York a young Manhattan couple yelled insults at a Lebanese-American who was searching for survivors from the arts center he had run at the World Trade Center. Why have these and other similar expressions of hostility toward people of Middle Eastern heritage already occurred across the US following the September 11 terrorist attack?
Particularly when the fear is high, anger may be a way to feel safer and in control.
In other words, anger can be used to mask emotions of sadness and fear.
TO SEEK to extinguish anger utterly, is but a bravery of the Stoics. We will first speak how the natural inclination and habit to be angry, may be attempted and calmed.
Anger must be limited and confined, both in race and in time.