The Ethics of Memory

Harvard University Press (2002)

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Avishai Margalit
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Abstract
In a book that asks, 'Is there an ethics of memory?' Avishai Margalit addresses a separate, perhaps more pressing, set of concerns
Keywords Memory (Philosophy Moral and ethical aspects
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Call number BD181.7.M37 2002
ISBN(s) 067400941X   9780674009417
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