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April 28th, 2020

From the vaults: Shame

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Estimated reading time: 10 minutes

Forum for Philosophy

April 28th, 2020

From the vaults: Shame

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Estimated reading time: 10 minutes

Phil Hutchinson/ Vasudevi Reddy/ Jonathan Webber

 


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Shame is often depicted as playing a socially negative role. But might it also play an important positive role in our moral psychology, and for a flourishing political community? Is shame a source of self-knowledge and a spur to transformative action, as Sartre and Beauvoir suggest? How important are other people to one’s feeling of shame? And how should we think about the developmental origins of shame?

 

Speakers
Phil Hutchinson
Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, Manchester Metropolitan University
Vasudevi Reddy
Professor of Developmental and Cultural Psychology, University of Portsmouth
Jonathan Webber
Reader in Philosophy, Cardiff University

Chair
Kristina Musholt
Fellow in Philosophy, LSE & Deputy Director of the Forum for Philosophy

 

Recorded on 21 February 2013 at the LSE

 

 

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