Classical, Judaic, and Christian
Cambridge University Press
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Preface Charles L. Griswold; Part I. The Territory Philosophically Considered: 1. What is forgiveness? Adam Morton; Part II. Forgiveness Among the Greeks: 2. Assuaging rage: remorse, repentance and forgiveness in the classical world David Konstan; 3. Achilles, Psammenitus and Antigone: forgiveness in Homer and beyond Page duBois; 4. All in the family: forgiveness and reconciliation in new comedy Kathryn Gutzwiller; Part III. Forgiveness Among the Romans: 5. The anger of tyrants and the forgiveness of kings Susanna M. Braund; 6. Gender and forgiveness in the early Roman empire Kristina Milnor; 7. 'To forgive is divine': gods as models of forgiveness in late republican and early imperial Rome Zsuzsanna Várhelyi; Part IV. Judaic and Christian Forgiveness: 8. Mercy, repentance, and forgiveness in ancient Judaism Michael L. Morgan; 9. A man had two sons: the question of forgiveness in Luke 15 Peter S. Hawkins; 10. Jesus' conditional forgiveness Jennifer W. Knust; 11. Forgiveness in patristic philosophy: the importance of repentance and the centrality of grace Ilaria L. E. Ramelli; 12. Forgiveness and perfection: Maimonides, Aquinas, and medieval departures from Aristotle Jonathan Jacobs.