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Founded to widen popular interest in philosophy by exploring its relevance to all fields of study and creativity. Open to all Oxford University students as an opportunity for intellectual enrichment in the form of regular events, film screenings and discussions.


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” It is often claimed that shame is inherently social. Shame is usually prompted by other people’s judgment, or imagined judgment, of oneself, and manifests in hiding behaviour. I argue that these are merely common causal features of episodes of shame. Other people‚Äôs judgments are......