|Statement||edited by Karin Lofthus Carrington and Susan Griffin|
|LC Classifications||HV6431 .T696 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780520251021, 9780520269286|
|LC Control Number||2010041000|
“This collection of writings reveals a wealth of proposals for transforming the combustible conditions that often produce terror, as well as for the reconciliation and healing of terror’s victims. This book is not only an inspired and singular achievement, it is a courageous and bold challenge to a world too often jaded and numbed by the. Broadly encompassing both the Islamic and Western worlds, the book explores the nature of consciousness and offers a blueprint for change that makes peace possible. From unforgettable firsthand accounts of terrorism, the book draws us into awareness of our ecological and economic interdependence, the need for connectedness, and the innate human Brand: University of California Press. Susan Griffin’s Wrestling with The Angel of Democracy: On Being an American Citizen (Trumpeter), continues what she began in A Chorus of Stones (a New York Times “Notable Book”) as the third volume of what she calls a social autobiography, and seems especially relevant as Americans face a presidential election that has the potential to [ ]. The novel follows a non-linear narrative structure, beginning at a point approximately midway through the overall plot. The narrative switches among multiple viewpoint characters and uses both third- and first-person narrative (the latter in the form of Dr. Goodsir's diary entries).Author: Dan Simmons.
Book Description: This inspired collection offers a new paradigm for moving the world beyond violence as the first, and often only, response to violence. prayers and meditations,Transforming Terrorpowerfully demonstrates that terrorist violence-defined here as any attack on unarmed civilians-can never be stopped by a return to the thinking. The book, written by more than visionary thinkers who span generations and transcend borders ethnic, religious, and political, is strategically broken into two parts. The first explores the origins of fear and consequences of grief while convincingly establishing the editors’ broad definition of terrorism, which includes acts of. Broadly encompassing both the Islamic and Western worlds, the book explores the nature of consciousness and offers a blueprint for change that makes peace possible. From unforgettable firsthand accounts of terrorism, the book draws us into awareness of our ecological and economic interdependence, the need for connectedness, and the innate human. Transforming Terror: Remembering the Soul of the World (1st Edition) by Karin Lofthus Carrington (Editor), Susan Griffin (Editor) Paperback, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Need it Fast? 2 day shipping options This inspired collection offers a new paradigm for moving the world beyond violence as the first, an Book Edition: 1st Edition.
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