Remembrance and Reconciliation

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Remembrance and Reconciliation

Edited by Rob Gildert and Dennis Rothermel

Amsterdam/New York, NY 2011. IX, 144 pp. (Value Inquiry Book Series 225)

ISBN: 978-90-420-3265-1   (Paper)

ISBN: 978-90-420-3266-8   (E-Book)

Online info: www.rodopi.nl/senj.asp?BookId=VIBS+225

Remembrance and reconciliation envision intentional pathways out of conflict and toward peace. Remembrance retraces the junctures in the past that determined what a nation has become. Probing accountability for past actions establishes accountability for what continues to happen. Revisiting what a nation has done brings the perspectives of the peoples of those nations into view.

Contents
Dennis Rothermel: Preface
Remembrance
Dennis Rothermel: Introduction
Duane L. Cady: Remembering the Present
Eddy Souffrant: Vulnerability and Beneficence: Remembering the Past for the Sake of Peace
Joseph Betz: Homeland Security, Fiduciary Care, and Duties to Foreign Nationals
Joseph C. Kunkel: Forgetting and Not Reconciling Hiroshima
Reconciliation
Dennis Rothermel: Introduction
Robert Paul Churchill: Compassion and Reconciliation
David Boersema: What’s Wrong with Victims’ Rights?
Rob Gildert: Pedagogy and Punishment: A Unitarian Argument for Restorative Justice
Andrew Fitz-Gibbon: Perpetual Violence? Mimesis and Anamnesis
William C. Gay: Language and Reconciliation
Works Cited
About the Authors
Index

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