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Defending Shame

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I provide an overview of the excellent account of shame presented in Deonna’s, Rodogno’s and Teroni’s recent book, In Defense of Shame, raise a concern with their insistence that shame always involves autonomous values, and mention two contemporary issues for which their account is relevant.

Affiliations: 1: Institute for Ethics, History, and the Humanities, University of Geneva Medical School, Switzerland, Chloe.Fitzgerald@unige.ch

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2015-03-21
2018-10-22

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