Introduction: Marguerite La Caze, Situating Forgiveness Within Phenomenology
Part I: Experiences of Forgiveness
Part II: Paradoxes of Forgiveness
Part III: Ethics and Politics of Forgiveness
[T]he volume offers important philosophical insights into the complexities of forgiveness by combining diverse and sometimes conflicting views of similar types or modes of forgiveness such as individual and collective forgiveness, and selfforgiveness. ... [D]espite the diversity of perspectives presented, continuity is maintained throughout the volume because central themes like trauma, conflict, renewal and futurity are regularly revisited. ... Overall, the volume provides an insightful, nuanced and frank exploration of forgiveness and was a pleasure to read.