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Book Review: All Life Is Problem Solving

All Life Is Problem Solving, by Karl Popper In reading a book like this one has to temper one’s expectations.  Typically when a great philosopher or writer dies, there are a lot of essays and generally unread speech transcripts and … Continue reading

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Peace For All Who Desire Peace

There is a strange tension at the heart of pacifist thought.  If one was uncharitable, one might even consider it to be a contradiction.  I should note at the outset that I do not consider myself a pacifist.  My own … Continue reading

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Book Review: Peace: A Very Short Introduction

Peace:  A Very Short Introduction, by Oliver P. Richmond This little book, which is thankfully very short, has at its heart a very deep contradiction.  Not only does it show the peace movement as being like feminism in that in … Continue reading

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Book Review: Peace: Making Our World A Better Place

Peace:  Making Our World A Better Place, by Faces For some reason that I cannot entirely understand, my library shelved this short magazine aimed at preteens to help indoctrinate them into antiwar leftwing politics as a book, even though it … Continue reading

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Book Review: Working For Peace

Working For Peace:  A Handbook Of Practical Psychology And Other Tools, edited by Rachel M. MacNair and Psychologists For Social Responsibility There is a lot of area where I disagree with the approach of these authors concerning their pacifism.  Although … Continue reading

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Book Review: Culture Of Peace

Culture Of Peace, edited by David V. Edling [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Hendrickson Publishers.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] This is truly a time where we need to cultivate a culture of peace.  … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts On The Ministry Of Reconciliation: Part Six

[Note:  This message is part of a series of posts about a series of messages.  Part one is here, part two is here, part three is here, part four is here, and part five is here.] In his closing to … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts On The Ministry Of Reconciliation: Part Five

[Note:  This blog is part of a series on a series of messages.  Part one is here, part two is here, part three is here, and part four is here.] In beginning this section of his lengthy series of messages … Continue reading

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Some Observations On The Ministry Of Reconciliation: Part Three

[Note:  This blog post is part of a series.  Part one is here.  Part two is here.] Here in this particular part of the series on the ministry of reconciliation, we see that the speaker has been aware of the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Introduction To World Peace Through World Law

Introduction To World Peace Through World Law, by Grenville Clark and Louis Sohn Reading books of this kind with their appeals to global peace and harmony always carry with them a strong degree of unreality [1].  This book does so … Continue reading

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