But I felt it was not yet the moment to go beyond certain limits, and I asked him only whether he accepted the judgments, implicit or explicit, of my book. Ghaffxr
Although the book is dizzying at times in its breadth, its central theme, peace as work for individuals and societies, never sends the audience adrift. Martin's Gjandai. New York: Day.
A daughter of American Presbyterian missionaries in China, Buck lived there through major historical and cultural events of the first half of the twentieth century: the overthrow of the last Chinese emperor, the first democratic movement in China, World War I, the Japanese invasion of China, the Chinese civil war, the rise of communism, and upon her subsequent move to the United States, World War II, the Cold War, and the nuclear threat. Merton writes with passionate authenticity, moral clarity, gand reat compassion on the root of war, nuclear war, the cold war, religion and race, Christian responsibility and war.
Muste, although spending some time as a revolutionary Trotskyite, was a pacifist and a major figure in American peace movements. London: Women's Press. It provides anecdotes and insights, answers to questions, newspaper clippings, and letters. One of the strong points of this work is that while they are discussing a rather lofty subject, both participants provide very specific solutions to their seemingly utopian vision, such as the restructuring of the United Nations, the reorganization of human settlements into smaller populations, and focusing education toward a curriculum of peace.
The second part of the book, which is probably of most interest to potential readers, contains her overtly political essays, letters, proposals, interviews and speeches during the period of her return to Burma and her entering the political stage between andas well as the statement made by the Norwegian Nobel Committee for the distribution of the Nobel Peace Prize.
Mead proposes that anthropologists, social scientists, and scientists, although currently speaking a somewhat "limited language", Ghaffaar work toward a connected and peaceful society. Gandhi, athletic build.
Hesse salutes the spirit of Laozi, Gandhi, and Roman Rolland as teachers of peace. If the war goes on… Reflections on war and politics Manheim, R.
It tells stories of faith and transformation, of the possibility of removing hatred and violence, and of the possibility of peace in the human heart and in the world. It is ideology that is on trial in these essays, since the ideologies extolled by the state have become meaningless verbiage and documentation used to maintain power through the status quo rather than to transform society and promote the individual.
Down in my heart: Peace witness in war time Stafford, W. New York: Schocken Books. Science, liberty and peace. This book not only acts as a historical document to a grassroots movement against a repressive regime, it also serves as inspiration for any individual or concerned group of people in a state system that relies on passivity and a lack of a wonen sphere for its continued existence.
Unbowed: A memoir. She walked across the United States going on seven times and journeyed through Canada and parts of Mexico from to Khan died in under house arrest after having spent half of his life under arrest or in exile. Thomas Mann speaks from the conscience of an artist, a creator of human values, against the swift spread of fascism, dictatorship, bolshevism, and domination in Europe upon the ing im the Munich Agreement and during Gyaffar two World Wars.
A tree has Bazzr in the soil yet reaches for the sky. Indeed, following the establishment of National Awami Party provincial government in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan.
Through a valuation of all individuals, not just from an ethnocentric perspective, and a respect for the offerings of all individuals, Mead creates a proposal for a sound, although admittedly distant, proposal for global cooperation based on initiative and democratically motivated science. New York: Continuum. Tolstoy and Gandhi, men of peace: A biography. It is a weapon unique in history which cuts without wounding and ennobles the man who wields it.
King describes the deliberate strategic Ghandsi that went into the struggle, the marches and songs of freedom, the sit-ins at various institutions and the boycotts of local businesses.
Why Auschwitz? King describes the first Intifada as marked by largely nonviolent and organized resistance on a mass scale, which was made possible through the prolonged efforts of intellectuals, women, students, prisoners, and work committees.
It can be said that he organized behind the idea that all humans are equal, and that social justice is something to struggle Marired from the ground up with the continued involvement of the effected masses rather than the process getting mired in the ideologies, bureaucracy, and monetary requirements that halt the progress of other social organizations. During the s and the early s, intelligent.
Corvallis: Oregon State University Press. The byproducts of nuclear power are dangerous and long-lasting in terms that can only be discussed in abstract terms, since to approach it concrete terms would sound like lunacy. New York: Penguin Books. Jefferson, N. Islam and world peace: Explanations of a Sufi.
A chemist, Holocaust survivor, and a gifted writer, Levi creates a world of magical observations and likeness between the nature and properties of chemicals and that of human nature and human lives. To this end, Mead turns her focus and expertise as an anthropologist on the U.
The second part of the book describes her experiences during a march of women, from the Seneca Women's Peace Encampment to a missile base in New York, in the form of a letter to a friend. New York: Doubleday.
Whether it was involvement and leadership in peace marches, demonstrations against nuclear testing, labor strikes, or civil rights activities, Muste lead a life in action guided by the principles of nonviolence and his love of humanity. Ghzffar her own search for and discovery of inner peace, she realized that her life's journey would be to walk, and in effect make her life a prayer for peace for all mankind.