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01 August 2014

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Our Faithfulness to the Past

The Ethics and Politics of Memory

Sue Campbell, Edited by Christine M. Koggel, and Rockney Jacobsen

Studies in Feminist Philosophy

  • The essays jointly develop and defend a new theory of what "good' or 'successful" remembering is.
  • Collectively, the essays present the first theory of successful remembering that is adequate to new reconstructionist theories about the nature of memory.
  • The theory developed in these essays theory allows us to see the influence of others -- those with whom we share our recollections of the past - as enabling rather than distorting the shaping and reshaping of identities.
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