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    . A Vodou (Voodoo) curse, for example, produces terror in one society but only bemusement in another. A husband who sees his wife in the company of another man becomes jealous in one society but may be indifferent in another. All emotions involve cognition , and all are influenced by moral values and evaluative concepts, many (if not all) of which are learned. The concepts of right and wrong, appropriate and inappropriate and their proper application are learned in the specific circumstances of each group or society.

    Emotions are subject to social shaping in their modes of expression in the sense that most expressions, perhaps even those that are more or less hardwired, are subject to local “display rules,” which govern which emotions and which expressions are appropriate in which circumstances. An expression of anger is utterly inappropriate in most public circumstances in Japan, but it is quite to be expected at an urban intersection in the United States. The cultural meaning of an emotion is also (and obviously) socially determined. In Tahiti anger is considered extremely dangerous and is even demonized; in the Mediterranean it is often a sign of virility, suggesting righteousness. This is not to say that the social influences on emotion are limited to their cultural interpretations. The emotions themselves are constituted , at least in part, by such interpretations. The socially constituted part of an emotion may be smaller in basic emotions than in cognitively rich emotions such as moral indignation and romantic love, but culture as well as biology, social differences as well as individual differences, determine what emotions there are and whether, where, and when it is appropriate to have them.

    The fact that emotions involve behaviour, thoughts, and culture raises the question of whether or to what extent emotions are rational. For philosophers such as Plato ( c. 428– c. 348 bce ) and David Hume (1711–76), who conceived of emotion and rationality as conflicting opposites, such a question was inappropriate from the start. But behaviour and thoughts can be rational or irrational, and culture imposes its own standards of rationality. To that extent, at least, overt emotional expressions and thoughts can be judged according to such standards. In anger, people often act and think irrationally. But what is less often emphasized is that anger can result in behaviour and thoughts that are quite rational, in the sense that they are strategically successful in articulating or channeling the emotion into constructive action. The thoughts that one has in anger may also be accurate and insightful—e.g., remembering previous slights and a pattern of offensive behaviour. And culture, of course, imposes its own criteria for deciding which expressions and thoughts are rational, as well as which emotions it is rational to have in which circumstances. To be jealous in certain cultures and in certain circumstances may be perfectly appropriate and therefore rational. But in other cultures or other circumstances jealousy is inappropriate and therefore irrational.

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    Israel’s anti-EU campaign was top down, with Prime Minister Netanyahu warning that “we remember history and we remember what happened when the products of Jews were labelled in Europe. The labelling of products of the Jewish state by the European Union brings back dark memories. Europe should be ashamed of itself, it took an immoral decision.” [30] Israeli Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked similarly alleged, “European hypocrisy and hatred of Israel has crossed every line”. [31]

    The highest decibels came not just from right-wing politicians and the settlement movement. The same talking points were picked up by the centre-left Labour and centrist Yesh Atid leaders, Isaac Herzog and Yair Lapid respectively, who have taken to championing the legitimacy of settlements to international audiences. Herzog’s equating EU labelling with “an act of violence by extremists” also reflects a lurch to the right in Israeli politics and society, and the mainstreaming of settler ideology. Leather Statement Clutch rustdot by VIDA VIDA bO6qiMUpVD
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    However, the response of Israeli opposition leaders should not lead to a re-think on the part of Europe. Both leaders have served under Netanyahu previously. Isaac Herzog may also do so in the future, while Yair Lapid is seeking to align himself more closely with the settler movement in anticipation of a future prime ministerial challenge. More fundamentally, all Israeli governments, whether Labour or Likud, have advanced the settlement project. If Israeli policy is to become more pragmatic, the key variable will be what incentive/disincentive structure is in place. Crucial to this will be whether Israel begins to feel consequences for continuing down its current path of not only perpetuating systematic violations of international law through its prolonged occupation, but also undermining and wrongfully interpreting the norms of international law.

    Singling out Israel?

    There is no denying that the EU continues to dedicate considerable time, money, and energy in dealing with the conflict, reflecting both its historical role and deep commitment to Israel. There is also no denying that Israel has often been treated differently from other states. But far from being singled out for punishment, Israel has consistently been treated with a degree of exceptionalism that has benefitted and shielded it from the full force of international accountability. In doing so, the EU has sought to protect Israel from the necessary consequences that would otherwise arise as a result of the correct functioning of EU law. They have also effectively dragged legal necessity into the political arena and made themselves more vulnerable to Israeli counter-measures.

    Nor should it be forgotten that the EU has taken far tougher positions in response to Russia’s occupation and annexation of Crimea. It imposed sanctions on Russian entities, including “restrictive measures” that prohibit EU-based companies from buying real estate and financing Crimean companies, and offering tourism services there. The EU has also prohibited its nationals and companies from selling or buying financial products linked to certain Russian financial institutions. [33]

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