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The Museum’s Collections document the fate of Holocaust victims, survivors, rescuers, liberators, and others through artifacts, documents, photos, films, books, personal stories, and more. Search below to view digital records and find material that you can access at our library and at the Shapell Center.
Forgiveness : ancient and modern Pardon, excuse, and forgiveness in ancient philosophy : the standpoint of perfection Resentment and forgiveness : Bishop Butler's seminal analysis Resentment Forgiveness - forgiveness at its best Forgiveness, revenge, and resentment Resentment and self-respect On qualifying for forgiveness: changing your ways, contrition, and regret On granting forgiveness: a change of heart, and seeing the offender in a new light The conditions of forgiveness: objections and replies Atonement, and the payment or dismissal of a debt Forgiveness as a gift, and unconditional forgiveness Praiseworthy conditional forgiveness Moral monsters and shared humanity Moral monsters Shared humanity and fallibility, compassion, and pity Sympathy The unforgivable and the unforgiven Forgiveness, narrative, and ideals Forgiveness, reconciliation, and friendship - imperfect forgiveness Ideal and non-ideal forgiveness: an inclusive or exclusive relation? Third party forgiveness Unilateral forgiveness Forgiving the dead Forgiving the unrepentant Self-forgiveness For injuries to others For injuries to oneself For injuries one could not help inflicting Forgiveness and moral luck - political apology, forgiveness, and reconciliation Apology and forgiveness writ large: questions and distinctions Political apology among the one and many Many to many apology: test cases The university of alabama and the legacy of slavery Apology, reparations, and the wartime internment of Japanese-americans Desmond tutu and south african churches A "personal" apology : king hussein in israel The united states senate and the victims of lynching One to many apology: two failures Robert McNamara's war and mea culpa Richard Nixon's resignation and pardon Traditional rituals of reconciliation: apology, forgiveness, or pardon? Apology and the unforgivable Apology, forgiveness, and civic reconciliation A culture of apology and of forgiveness : risks and abuses Political apology, narrative, and ideals Truth, memory, and reconciliation without apology The vietnam veterans memorial: an interpretation Reconciliation without apology?
Learn about over 1,000 camps and ghettos in Volume I and II of this encyclopedia, which are available as a free PDF download. This reference provides text, photographs, charts, maps, and extensive indexes.