Fordham University Press (2015)

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Aaron Looney
University Tübingen
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Machine generated contents note: -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction: In the Margins 1 -- 1. First Philosophy -- 2. Apophatic Approaches -- 3. The Temporality of Human Existence and Action -- 4. Translating Resentment -- 5. The Inexcusable and the Unforgivable -- 6. Love and Justice -- 7. Repentance: Concerning Unconditionality -- 8. What Remains -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index.
Keywords Forgiveness  PHILOSOPHY / General  PHILOSOPHY / Ethics & Moral Philosophy
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Call number B2430.J34.L65 2015
ISBN(s) 9780823262960   9780823262984   0823262960
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