A really interesting talk about forgiveness from the philosopher Jacques Derrida. Forgiveness cannot happen if the object is forgiveable because it automatically applies that forgiving that someone is “too easy.” I know I’m butchering it. Thus, one can only forgive the unforgiveable, at least that’s “true” and proper forgiveness. But that’s the paradox: how do you forgive someone that’s unforgiveable?
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