The failure of guilt : developing a theoretical framework
Guilt is the intrapsychic manifestation of the tension which necessarily exists between the individual and society. Its centrality to human functioning is reflected in both this conceptual definition and the multitude of contexts in which it is found. Given the significance of guilt to the human condition, the absence of a coherent theoretical framework for understanding guilt is alarming. The primary difficulty in defining and conceptualising guilt is found in its inherent logical...[Show more]
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