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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; INTRODUCTION; PART ONE: FORGIVENESS AND MEMORY IN PERSONAL LIFE; CHAPTER 1: THE MORAL PSYCHOLOGY OF INTERPERSONAL FORGIVENESS; CHAPTER 2: FORGIVENESS AND MEMORY FOR WRONGDOING; CHAPTER 3: FORGETTING AND FORGIVING REVISITED; PART TWO: FORGIVENESS AND MEMORY IN PUBLIC LIFE; CHAPTER 4: FORGIVENESS, COMMEMORATION, AND RESTORATIVE JUSTICE; CHAPTER 5: COMMEMORATION AND THE MORAL VALUES OF REMEMBRANCE; CHAPTER 6: THE NATURE AND VALUE OF MEMORIALIZATION AS SYMBOLIC ACTIVITY; CHAPTER 7: HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE INTERNATIONALIZATION OF MEMORY; INDEX
Jeffrey Blustein is Arthur Zitrin Professor of Bioethics at City College and Professor of Philosophy at City College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. He publishes in the areas of memory studies, bioethics, the ethics of parents and children, and moral psychology.
The result of Blusteins efforts is a truly formidable book: ambitious, important, and very well thought out ... he makes an extraordinarily compelling case for the need to seriously reconsider crucial aspects of the way we think about forgiveness. * Social Theory and Practice *