Tag Archives: John Paul Lederach

Darwin and Restorative Justice

The evolutionary perspective that Charles Darwin generated over a century ago continues to refocus, reframe, and reconstruct our views of everything from God to humanity, history to biology. Perusing the latest controversies, I began to think about the impact of … Continue reading

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On Time, Memory, and Reconciliation

Several things have converged in the last few days to make me think about time, memory, and reconciliation. But it’s not an easy topic! St. Augustine had it right: “If no one asks me, I know; if I wish to … Continue reading

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