To ‘Make Our Voices Resonate’ or ‘To Be Silent’? Shame as Fundamental Ontology
After spending any degree of time immersed in recent work in the analytic philosophy of emotion, turning to a reading of discussions of people who have expressed shame in response to events can engender a degree of relief. For all his determination to, as it were, get to the bottom of things, I leave my reading of Paul Griffiths and many of those he recommends with little further appreciation of the place of the emotions in human lives.
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