The London Lectures 21-22: Expanding Horizons
Owen Flanagan (Duke University)
We live in an age of anger and shameless disregard for what is true and good. What can we learn from other cultures about better ways to do anger and shame? How can we develop better norms for being angry at the right things, in the right way, at the right times? How can we inculcate norms for proper shame at callous disregard for what is true and good? Attention to how other cultures do anger and shame provides tools for moral imagination.