Sara Amighetti/ Mihaela Mihai
6.30 – 8.00pm, Monday 2 November 2015
Peter Dennis, Fellow, Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method (LSE) and Forum for European Philosophy Fellow
Individuals are responsible for their actions, but what about groups of individuals like nations or states? Does membership of these groups make it appropriate to take up certain normative attitudes towards ourselves such as pride, guilt, or shame? And what role (if any) should public acts of remembrance play in maintaining and determining these attitudes? As the UK prepares to mark Armistice Day, we seek answers to these questions from a panel of historians and philosophers.