An Intelligent Person's Guide to Modern Guilt

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Gerald Duckworth, 1997 - Psychology - 127 pages
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Two of the features of guilt that makes it so mysterious are, according to the author, its degreelessness and intensity. A person is either guilt-ridden or not, and in this study guilt is studied from both a modern and an ancient perspective

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Contents

Preface
7
The History of Guilt
47
The Rebellions against Guilt
71
Copyright

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