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The unknown soldier remembered 100 years on

Lest we forget: The unknown soldier buried in London could be anyone, and so he is everyone.

Should we embrace the unknown? Memorials to unnamed soldiers affect us on a deep psychological level, but there are also philosophical reasons to accept the unknown and welcome uncertainty.

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