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The present article is concerned with the notion of 'guilt' as understood by the legal sciences and in the context of psychology and culture studies. Although legal connotations are unavoidable, 'guilt' is a term emotionally related to other feelings like 'shame', 'fear', 'sadness' etc. The analysis shall take a closer look at legal definitions of 'guilt' and 'culpability' at work in the American, Polish and German legal systems and refer the equivalents existing in these languagesdoi:10.24425/linsi.2020.133267 fatcat:hgozz6mh3fao3j2qqlwvttrrdy