A crowd shouts down an official, turns against the government, and enters a mood of revolution. A manager backs down in the face of hostility from his coworkers and becomes a coward in his eyes and their own. A heartbroken girl sees a crucifix as if for the first time and dedicates herself to her religion as never before.
Polt, R. (2014)., Traumatic ontology, in M. Marder & S. Zabala (eds.), Being shaken, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 19-40.
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