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- IntroductionNancy Nyquist Potter
- Chapter 1 Psychotherapy and the truth and reconciliation commission: the dialectic of individual and collective healingDavid H. Brendel
- Chapter 2 Spiral of growth: a social psychiatric perspective on conflict resolution, reconciliation, and relationship developmentChrista Krüger
- Chapter 3 Reconciliation as compromise and the management of ragePeter Zachar
- Chapter 4 Political reconciliation, the rule of law, and post-traumatic stress disorderColleen Murphy
- Chapter 5 When philosophical assumptions matterAllison Mitchell
- Chapter 6 How much truth and how much reconciliation? Intrapsychic, interpersonal, and social aspects of resolutionDeborah Spitz
- Chapter 7 Beyond virtue and the law: on the moral significance of the act of forgiveness in Hegel's Phenomenology of SpiritMary C. Rawlinson
- Chapter 8 Elements of a phenomenology of evil and forgivenessGerrit Glas
- Chapter 9 Forgiveness: a critical appraisalPiet J. Verhagen
- Chapter 10 Forgiveness therapy in gendered contexts: what happens to the truth?Sharon Lamb
- Chapter 11 Telling the truth about mental illness: the role of narrativeChristian Perring
- Chapter 12 Healing relational trauma through relational means: aboriginal approachesLewis Mehl-Madrona