Living Nonviolently: Language for Resisting Violence
By: Gabriel Moran (author)Hardback
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Living Nonviolently: Language for Resisting Violence proposes distinctions of language that effectively address issues of force, power, aggressiveness, violence and war. No other book provides such a consistent language for living nonviolently through examples drawn from nonhuman animals, human infancy, personal transactions, domestic politics, and international conflicts.
Gabriel Moran is professor emeritus of educational philosophy at New York University. Among other books, he is author of Speaking of Teaching: Lessons from History, Reshaping Religious Education, and A Grammar of Responsibility.
Chapter 1 Introduction. Language for Nonviolent Living Chapter 2 Chapter 1. The Force of Nature and the Nature of Force Chapter 3 Chapter 2. The Possibility of Power and the Power of Possibility Chapter 4 Chapter 3. The Nonviolent Life: Aggressive and Deceptive Chapter 5 Chapter 4. War as a Metaphor and War's Own Metaphor Chapter 6 Chapter 5. Is Religion Violent? Are Religions Violent? Chapter 7 Chapter 6. Education toward Nonviolent Living
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