Forgiveness

Forgiveness, philosopher Charles Griswold argues, is a deeply personal matter. So if we live so much of our online lives in shared space, how might forgiveness change?...
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Forgiveness, philosopher Charles Griswold argues, is a deeply personal matter. So if we live so much of our online lives in shared space, how might forgiveness change?

<!--START Forgiveness AUDIO HERE --> <div class="clear"></div> <!--END Forgiveness AUDIO --> <ul> <li><p><a href="http://blogs.bu.edu/griswold/">Charles Griswold</a></p></li> <li><p>Charles' book, <a href="http://www.cambridge.org/ca/academic/subjects/philosophy/philosophy-general-interest/forgiveness-philosophical-exploration?format=HB">Forgiveness: A Philosophical Exploration</a></p></li> <li><p><a href="http://www.cambridge.org/ca/academic/subjects/classical-studies/ancient-philosophy/ancient-forgiveness-classical-judaic-and-christian">Ancient Forgiveness, co-edited by Charles Griswold and David Konstan</a></p></li> </ul>

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