I think we need to be alert to the historical context in which we speak about violence, including structural violence. Too frequently we take physical harm and/or killing as the only paradigm of violence. But this can blind us to other forms of violence that involve humiliation and suffering.
But what is even more important is that there are forms of behavior that are not considered to be violent at one stage of history that need to be exposed as violent in another.
— Richard J. Bernstein, in an insightful interview with Brad Evans about violence in the works of Frantz Fanon, Hannah Arendt, Walter Benjamin, and what their concepts mean in today’s world: The Intellectual Life of Violence