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In a next step the common conceptualisation of guilt as an individual emotion will be opposed to the assessment of guilt as a group or collective emotion. Theories and study findings will be used to illustrate the conditions and prerequisites for the experience of collective guilt as well as the occurrence of guilt as a result of group identification.

In addition a further distinction of guilt regarding the means of responsibility will be drawn. After having analysed the different notions of guilt theoretically, the concept of collective guilt will be examined in its appearance in German society after the Second World War. It will be shown that guilt, although commonly conceptualised as an individual emotion also has to be considered as apparent in group and collective settings.

Moreover the importance of the wider context in which emotions occur and in which they are perceived dependently will be demonstrated. Although focusing mainly on a sociological assessment the approaches of other disciplines have to be taken into account if the phenomenon of German guilt is to be explained. One that will reappear in the exemplary analysis of German history later on but will not be conceptualised in detail is the notion of legal guilt.

Legal or criminal guilt is in general assigned only to the individual. When considering the emotion of guilt however, this conception is not applicable as a person can be legally guilty without having any particular feeling, let alone guilt.

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Therefore only guilt as an actual feeling or expected feeling will be addressed in the following discussion. The emotion of guilt as a concept is harder to grasp as it can be described from different perspectives depending on the different disciplines. When trying to define the emotion of guilt it is therefore considered helpful to draw on these different perspectives of the social science disciplines.


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By drawing a distinction the sociological approach on guilt will also become more visible. Central in this idea is the consciousness of the individual about itself in relation to others whereas guilt is regarded as the recognition of the individual of the moral violation of internalized standards. Philosophy hence concentrates on underlying morals and standards as being the core for the feeling of guilt, applicable within a sociological approach is the notion that the individual is trying to live by standards that are constructed within a society and have to be seen in the context of interaction with others.

In this respect guilt has therefore always to be seen as culturally and contextually specific. The internalization of standards also plays an important role in the psychological approach to guilt.


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When addressing the matter of guilt the effects of socialization for the individual become basic. The field of Social Psychology has an approach that comes closer to Sociology as it also considers the interpersonal nature of guilt. In their definition the focus is not only on the individual feeling but on the cause of guilt being based in the interaction with others.

The feeling of responsibility for the suffering of someone else is therefore seen as important for feeling guilty for an action or inaction. The notion of personal responsibility will be further addressed after clarifying the sociological approach to guilt. These will include a discussion about the concept of guilt as well as its application in a societal context.

The social and sociological significance of ‘guilt’

To begin with the notions and definitions of guilt as used in several disciplines of the social sciences will be examined. This is to draw a distinction between the various assessments of guilt within the social sciences and to clarify the sociological approach within the following analysis. In a next step the common conceptualisation of guilt as an individual emotion will be opposed to the assessment of guilt as a group or collective emotion. Theories and study findings will be used to illustrate the conditions and prerequisites for the experience of collective guilt as well as the occurrence of guilt as a result of group identification.

In addition a further distinction of guilt regarding the means of responsibility will be drawn. After having analysed the different notions of guilt theoretically, the concept of collective guilt will be examined in its appearance in German society after the Second World War. It will be shown that guilt, although commonly conceptualised as an individual emotion also has to be considered as apparent in group and collective settings. Moreover the importance of the wider context in which emotions occur and in which they are perceived dependently will be demonstrated.

Although focusing mainly on a sociological assessment the approaches of other disciplines have to be taken into account if the phenomenon of German guilt is to be explained. One that will reappear in the exemplary analysis of German history later on but will not be conceptualised in detail is the notion of legal guilt. Legal or criminal guilt is in general assigned only to the individual. When considering the emotion of guilt however, this conception is not applicable as a person can be legally guilty without having any particular feeling, let alone guilt.

Therefore only guilt as an actual feeling or expected feeling will be addressed in the following discussion. The emotion of guilt as a concept is harder to grasp as it can be described from different perspectives depending on the different disciplines.


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  5. When trying to define the emotion of guilt it is therefore considered helpful to draw on these different perspectives of the social science disciplines. By drawing a distinction the sociological approach on guilt will also become more visible. Central in this idea is the consciousness of the individual about itself in relation to others whereas guilt is regarded as the recognition of the individual of the moral violation of internalized standards. Philosophy hence concentrates on underlying morals and standards as being the core for the feeling of guilt, applicable within a sociological approach is the notion that the individual is trying to live by standards that are constructed within a society and have to be seen in the context of interaction with others.

    In this respect guilt has therefore always to be seen as culturally and contextually specific. The internalization of standards also plays an important role in the psychological approach to guilt. When addressing the matter of guilt the effects of socialization for the individual become basic.

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