Outrage is a high-octane emotion that activates us, gets us to move, vote, purchase, join, pay attention,
gab, etc. It is infectious, makes us feel morally superior, and pays out quick dividends. But it also makes us easy marks. Philliber’s book looks at how various media venues fuel this high-octane emotion, and then eight practices and perspectives to help us move beyond outrage to become steadier, more stable people.