Louise Chapman
PhD Student, The University of Cambridge

Louise Chapman is a PhD candidate in philosophy at Pembroke College at the University of Cambridge. She has published on Plato and Kant’s moral psychology, and has written for Philosophy Now.

Written by Louise Chapman

United States, 1965. Photo by Wayne Miller/Magnum

Teaching and learning
The value of shame

Immanuel Kant held that moral education is hydraulic: shame squashes down our vices, making space for virtue to rise up

Louise Chapman