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Revolutionary Peacemaking

Erstellt am 21.03.2020 von Andreas Hermann Landl
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WRITINGS FOR A CULTURE OF PEACE AND NONVIOLENCE

This book is a collection of interdisciplinary political and philosophical writings which explore some of the key issues of peace research, including the character and roots of various major forms of structural and cultural violence in contemporary capitalist society, impediments to the broadening of our ethical horizons and the development of humane democratic institutions and relationships, interconnections between the oppression of humans and of other animals, and political strategies for deep, transformative progressive change. The book also contains several pieces of Jakopovich’s peace poetry.

Helping to formulate the philosophical and strategic foundations of revolutionary peacemaking, these writings constitute a unified endeavour to advance the ennoblement of human beings and the creation of a truly democratic, humane and peaceful society which would foster compassion and nonviolence towards all sentient beings.

Revolutionary Peacemaking: Writings for a Culture of Peace and Nonviolence collects interdisciplinary political and philosophical writings which explore some of the key issues of peace research. It is including the character and roots of various major forms of

  • structural and cultural violence in contemporary capitalist society,
  • impediments to the broadening of our ethical horizons and
  • the development of humane democratic institutions and relationships,
  • interconnections between the oppression of humans and of other animals, and
  • political strategies for deep, transformative progressive change.

The book also contains several pieces of Jakopovich’s peace poetry. This shall help to formulate the philosophical and strategic foundations of revolutionary peacemaking, these writings try to „constitute a unified endeavour to advance the ennoblement of human beings and the creation of a truly democratic, humane and peaceful society which would foster compassion and nonviolence towards all sentient beings.“ The book aims to be of particular interest to scholars of peace studies, politics and other related fields, as well as to progressive readers, writers and campaigners.

Paperback: 528 pages

 

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