“The language we speak, our opinions, our ability to turn on the lights and flush the toilet, even the way we express opposition and rise up against social conventions: we all learned this from others.” So do we owe them? And do others owe us? Barbora Kleinhamplová focuses on “debt” as a feeling constituted of the relationship between society and the individual. She traces the irrational background into an exemplary study of aggressive debt collection, where instead of payment installments she finds unscrupulous revenge.

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