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Nonkilling Media By Joám Evans Pim
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The importance of rethinking media and entertainment from a nonkilling perspective is self-explanatory. In "Nonkilling Global Political Science", Glenn Paige pointed out how violence is... More > "socially learned and culturally reinforced". This social effort is by no means casual or due to some innate taste or demand for violence content historically considered repugnantbut rather, "violent media socialization is useful for a state in need of professional patriotic killers". Nonkilling creativity throuought the ages also shows how a life-enhancing media is possible. At the Center for Global Nonkilling we sincerely hope that the contributions compiled in this volume may help shape an alternative to the lethal ideology that permates media that may enhance the value of life.< Less
Nonkilling Societies By Joám Evans Pim
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This volume arises from a crucial question formulated by political scientist Glenn D. Paige: “Is a Nonkilling Society Possible?” Paige (and much of the evidence brought for-ward in this... More > book) reminds us that nonkilling societies, characterized by no killing of humans and no threats to kill, do exist in spite of having passed largely unnoticed to most of the scientific community. Most authors who are contributing to this volume have been repeating the same crucial fact for decades: killing-free societies, as those imagined by Paige in his book, are not a utopian dream; they are a genuine actuality that has been in existence for millenia. It can probably be said louder but not more clearly. This volume provides firm evidence that the only feasible answer to Paige’s question is undoubtedly affirmative.< Less
Nonkilling Societies By Joám Evans Pim
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This volume arises from a crucial question formulated by political scientist Glenn D. Paige: “Is a Nonkilling Society Possible?” Paige (and much of the evidence brought for-ward in this... More > book) reminds us that nonkilling societies, characterized by no killing of humans and no threats to kill, do exist in spite of having passed largely unnoticed to most of the scientific community. Most authors who are contributing to this volume have been repeating the same crucial fact for decades: killing-free societies, as those imagined by Paige in his book, are not a utopian dream; they are a genuine actuality that has been in existence for millenia. It can probably be said louder but not more clearly. This volume provides firm evidence that the only feasible answer to Paige’s question is undoubtedly affirmative.< Less
Toward a Nonkilling Paradigm By Joám Evans Pim
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Nonkilling is an approach that affirms the possibility of a society where killing, threats to kill, and conditions conducive to killing are absent. This perspective offers a distinct approach,... More > characterized by the measurability of its goals and the open-ended nature of its realization. The open challenge to the widespread acceptance of lethality and lethal intent trespasses the limits of an ideology for social change entailing a new scientific model based on the refutation of killing-accepting science. This volume brings together 24 authors and 14 disciplines (Anthropology, Arts, Biology, Economics, Engineering, Geography, Health Sciences, History, Linguistics, Mathematics, Philosophy, Physics, Psychology and Sociology) to seriously consider the prospects for the realization of nonkilling societies and to challenge each discipline’s role in the necessary social and scientific transformation.< Less
Toward a Nonkilling Paradigm By Joám Evans Pim
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Nonkilling is an approach that affirms the possibility of a society where killing, threats to kill, and conditions conducive to killing are absent. This perspective offers a distinct approach,... More > characterized by the measurability of its goals and the open-ended nature of its realization. The open challenge to the widespread acceptance of lethality and lethal intent trespasses the limits of an ideology for social change entailing a new scientific model based on the refutation of killing-accepting science. This volume brings together 24 authors and 14 disciplines (Anthropology, Arts, Biology, Economics, Engineering, Geography, Health Sciences, History, Linguistics, Mathematics, Philosophy, Physics, Psychology and Sociology) to seriously consider the prospects for the realization of nonkilling societies and to challenge each discipline’s role in the necessary social and scientific transformation.< Less
Nonkilling Security and the State By Joám Evans Pim
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The time has come to start anew history in this respect. We must establish reverence for life as the cornerstone of civilization: reverence for life not only by individuals, but also by institutions,... More > foremost among them nations. Institutions were created originally for the good and survival of the people. This is their main justification and merit. They have no right to kill or to develop and stockpile incredible arsenals of weapons meant to kill millions of people, possibly all humanity. And the same nations come to the UN and dare to speak about human rights! Do these include the right to life and the right not to kill? Perhaps if we approach the question of disarmament from the fundamental principle of reverence for life, we might achieve better progress.< Less
Nonkilling Balkans By Joám Evans Pim, Rifet Bahtijaragić
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Scientific, spiritual, and practical factors predict success for realization of a Nonkilling Balkans. Most humans who have ever lived have not killed anyone. By nature humans are not compelled to... More > kill. Religions, faiths, humanist philosophies, and folk traditions, teach nonkilling principles that can be combined into a powerful Global Nonkilling Ethic. Basic components of nonkilling societies already have been demonstrated somewhere in human experience. If combined and creatively adapted in any cultural context they can assist nonkilling change. The power of creative initiatives to bring about previously unthinkable and impossible change has been demonstrated throughout history in every field of human endeavor.< Less
Global Nonkilling Leadership First Forum Proceedings By Glenn D. Paige, Joám Evans Pim
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The First Global Nonkilling Leadership Forum convened in Honolulu, Hawai‛i during November 1-4, 2007, organized by the Center for Global Nonviolence and co-sponsored by the Spark M. Matsunaga... More > Institute for Peace, University of Hawai‛i, and the Mu Ryang Sa Buddhist Temple of Hawai‛i. This volume collects over sixty texts following presentations of participants from twenty countries that shared their experiences at he Forum. The volume is organized in eight sections plus an appendix including the Charter for a World without Violence approved in Rome just after the Forum by the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates.< Less
Global Nonkilling Leadership First Forum Proceedings By Glenn D. Paige, Joám Evans Pim
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The First Global Nonkilling Leadership Forum convened in Honolulu, Hawai‛i during November 1-4, 2007, organized by the Center for Global Nonviolence and co-sponsored by the Spark M. Matsunaga... More > Institute for Peace, University of Hawai‛i, and the Mu Ryang Sa Buddhist Temple of Hawai‛i. This volume collects over sixty texts following presentations of participants from twenty countries that shared their experiences at he Forum. The volume is organized in eight sections plus an appendix including the Charter for a World without Violence approved in Rome just after the Forum by the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates.< Less
Nonkilling Psychology By Joám Evans Pim, Daniel J. Christie
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This book demonstrates the rich diversity of research approaches developed so far within the field of psychology. In this collection of essays, one moves from biomedical aspects to moral dimensions,... More > through various renditions of social psychology. The book is organized into three sections: (I) psychological causes and consequences of killing; (II) The prevention of killing: from interpersonal to interna-tional; and (III) personal transformation: from killing to nonkilling. What brings humans to kill each others or themselves? Is a nonkilling society possible? Answers have been attempted, unanswered questions have been raised, and unexplored issues wait for further investigation.< Less