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What Does It Mean to Forgive? Part 1
By Jesse Couenhoven, Science of Virtues scholar It is hard to find anyone today who does not think of forgiving as virtuous, at least when done under the right circumstances. Yet this apparent consensus in favor of forgiveness can be misleading, because

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  • 01-06-2012 12:12 PM

    Anna Gomberg

    By Jesse Couenhoven, Science of Virtues scholar It is hard to find anyone today who does not think of forgiving as virtuous, at least when done under the right circumstances. Yet this apparent consensus in favor of forgiveness can be misleading, because
  • 01-12-2012 2:58 PM

    Joel Gibbons

    The function of forgiveness in our lives begins with the recognition of our own limitations and our own faults. Under the circumstances it seems remarkable to think of it as a virtue of any kind. Presumably, if we were free of faults we would also be
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