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Grayling’s question: can the past entitle us to apologies, reparations or recognition today?

By Tom Chatfield  

Every month, in the front pages of our print edition, Professor AC Grayling answers a philosophical query sent in by one of our readers. As of this month, we’ll be posting each of his questions on the blog as well as on our main website, so readers can discuss the response, contribute their own thoughts—and, of course, send in further questions for future editions. You can post your queries in the blog below, or email them to us at…

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