Introduction to No. 1, Part two: Developing Moral Competence, Perfecting Selfhood, Practicing Forgiveness

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Filip Bardziński
Joanna Dutka

Abstract

The introductioń to Ethics in Progress Special Issue, Vol. 7(1), No. 2 is
given, with brief exposes on the articles present in the section.

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Developing Moral Competence, Perfecting Selfhood, Practicing Forgiveness

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