Workshop: Guilt, Shame, and Regret
Guilt, shame, and regret are all painful “self-consciousness” emotions, commonly directed toward ourselves or the products of our agency. This workshop aims to investigate their nature and role within our capacities for rational and moral self-governance.
Day 1: 2 April
Jordan Mackenzie (joint work with Mike Zhao), “Survivor Guilt,” with comments by Assaf Sharon
Christopher Bennett, “Guilt as an Expressive Emotion,” with comments by Lucy McDonald
Sophie-Grace Chappell, “Agamemnon at Aulis: A Misfiring Example in Williams,” with comments by James Warren
Andreas Carlsson, “A Time for Guilt,” with comments by Maria Alvarez
Oded Na’aman, “Having Done Wrong,” with comments by Michael Brady
Day 2: 3 April
Antti Kauppinen, “Saying Sorry,” with comments by Luke Russell
Nomy Arpaly, “Are There Fitting Emotions?” with comments by Alex Grzankowski
Edward Harcourt, “Guilt, Shame, and the ‘Morality System,’” with comments by James Laing
Organised by Dr Rachel Achs on behalf of the ERC Project: Roots of Responsibility. Registration is required. Please click here for more information and/or to register.