Aggressive humanism

Aggressive humanism is a term coined by Alice von Bieberstein and Erdem Evrem (2016) to address interventions and actions that provoke strong public reaction and debate. Agresive humanism comes in reaction to the fact that neither the provision of the information about violence and deaths nor the circulation of images managed to provoke the change.

Intervention The Dead are Coming (2014) by the Center for Political Beauty

Literature:

von Bieberstein, Alice and Erdem Evrem. 2016. „From Aggressive humanism to Improper Mourning. Burying the victims of Europe’s Border Regime in Berlin“. Social research: An International Quarterly 83(2):453-479.