Published January 1995
by Rodopi Bv Editions .
Written in English
|Contributions||Laurence F. Bove (Editor), Laura Duhan Kaplan (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||348|
Get this from a library! From the eye of the storm: regional conflicts and the philosophy of peace. [Laurence F Bove; Laura Duhan Kaplan; Concerned Philosophers for Peace . Philosophy of Peace, in conjunction with Concerned Philosophers for Peace, explores socio-political and ethical perspectives on modern warfare, peacemaking, and conflict resolution, including the many forms of domestic and global violence, such as sexism, racism, and classism. of Philosophy. The examination will be conducted in English. Faculty examiner: Professor Richard Matthew (University of California Irvine). Abstract Walch, C. Conflict in the Eye of the Storm. Micro-dynamics of Natural Disasters, Cooperation and Armed Conflict. Report / Department of Peace and Conflict ResearchAuthor: Colin Walch. However, (I know anyone who’s been in an actual eye of the storm can relate to this) this doesn’t mean that you won’t witness the storm. The Eye of the Storm has the most scary view. It is the constant lightning and thunder that we see from our windows that takes our peace .
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In many ways the philosophy articulated in this book owes much to Vedanta Hinduism, in that the emphasis is on becoming aware of the intimate connection between the "little I" of the human self (Atman, in Hindu thought) and the "big I" of the world soul or God (Brahman), though the author uses Christian scripture and imagery for the most part.4/5. About the Book The Eye of the Storm is a concise, easy-to-read synthesis of the perspectives and practices of an ancient culture in the art of developing true peace of mind. Gordon presents a cogent alternative to modern views on the nature of the mind and the self that furthers our understanding of our natural, peaceful psychological condition. Today Iraq is "celebrating" its tenth anniversary of "liberation" with a string of bombing that has already left more than 50 dead, hundreds wounded Riddled by corruption and violence, with more than 90% of its once sizeable Christian commu nity dead or in exile, Iraq gives witness to the reality that Islamic sharia totalitarianism and "fledgling democracy" are an . Continue reading "Eye of the Storm" Follow Us: with the philosophy of peace and unity under one God ~ Allah. against tribes and non-unified religions without a philosophy (people of the Author: Web Archive.