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National Guilt

Imagine a country guilty of past crimes. What obligations do its current citizens have to make amends? Michael Sandel poses the question to an audience in Japan.

Imagine a country guilty of past crimes. What obligations do its current citizens have to make amends? In this edition of The Public Philosopher, Michael Sandel poses that question to an audience in Japan. The discussion involves students from Japan and from China and South Korea - countries which were victims of Japanese aggression during the Second World War.

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Tue 27 May 2014 21:30

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