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Guilt (Issue II/2019)

“Guilt is at the heart of being human”

an interview with Bart van Es

Guilt is a recurring theme in world literature. The author Bart van Es on why it still has not lost its current relevance.

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Guilt (Issue II/2019)

Self control replaces obedience

by Alain Ehrenberg

In the past, society made us feel guilty. Today we do it ourselves.

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Guilt (Issue II/2019)

Climate sinners

by Luis Fernández-Carril

Politicians and companies like to urge people to do their bit to help the environment, creating a smokescreen for their own failure to act.

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Guilt (Issue II/2019)

The biggest mistake of my life

by Michael Scott Moore

How Somalian pirates held me hostage for years – and how I could forgive them in the end.

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Guilt (Issue II/2019)

Getting up again

by Dieudonné Munyankiko

After the genocide of 1994, there was no sense of community left in Rwanda. Gradually, we learned to live together again.

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Guilt (Issue II/2019)

“Bringing the truth to light”

an interview with Lotte Leicht

Lotte Leicht, the EU director of Human Rights Watch, argues why is it important for victims' stories to be heard.

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Guilt (Issue II/2019)

The greatest crime

by Hille Norden

When he was 14 years old, Soun Rottana was kidnapped and became a child soldier for Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge, killing dozens of enemy combatants.

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Guilt (Issue II/2019)

“Lacking access to our own culture”

an interview with Chelsea Winstanley

How a filmmaker seeks to give the Maori a voice.

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Guilt (Issue II/2019)

Acting with the enemy

by Marcelo Vallejo

How Argentinian and British veterans of the Falkland War created an onstage drama about their experiences – from both sides of the battlefield.

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Guilt (Issue II/2019)

“A black woman as Jesus”

in conversation with Kudzanai Chiurai

How artists are shaking up our understanding of history. 

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Guilt (Issue II/2019)

“I didn't steal any land”

an interview with Kallie Kriel

Kallie Kriel, who represents the interests of European farmers in South Africa, considers land reform to be unjust.

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Guilt (Issue II/2019)

The eternal injustice

by Malaika Mahlatsi

Following the end of apartheid, the land question looms large in South Africa: What will happen to arable land that was taken away from the black population? The government now wants to reverse the theft by implementing land reform.

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Guilt (Issue II/2019)

Looking history in the eye

by Hamady Bocoum

The encounter between Europe and Africa at the start of the industrial era was marked by violence and a negation of The Other. The extent and the sweeping consequences of this are yet to be explored.

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Guilt (Issue II/2019)

“This is not about redemption and guilt”

an interview with Felwine Sarr, Bénédicte Savoy

In an interview, art historian Bénédicte Savoy and economist Felwine Sarr explain why European museums should return African art treasures.

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Guilt (Issue II/2019)

Questions of conscience

by Ayelet Gundar-Goshen

Why do people feel guilt? An investigation into this basic human emotion.

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Guilt (Issue II/2019)

“Then the feeling of guilt came through”

an interview with Zvi Hecker

About architecture and feeling guilty. An interview with Zwi Hecker.

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