Like anyone who does it with intent, I often find writing frustrating. And one of the things I find most frustrating, particularly when I’m working for long chunks of time, is the way in which my literary imagination folds in on itself: I use and re-use the same words, the same sentence constructions, the same […]
“The Climax of Reconciliation”: Transgression, Apology, Forgiveness and the Body in Conflict Resolution
Originally published in The Journal of Bioethical Enquiry 1.1 (2010). An Interdisciplinary forum for ethical and legal debate. Click here for the full article.