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Confluences of the Gift By Christopher J. Kinman
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Confluences of the Gift is the second volume of the Territories of the Alive Trilogy by Christopher Kinman. In this book the author continues exploring the ideas of Rhizome and Gift-Exchange and... More > the influences these ideas have upon life, community and work. This volume gravitates around the notion of “politics of the gift.”. that arises when the concept of the “gift exchange” is pursued in practice. For, the community-centered approach Christopher describes is often seen as being at odds with institutionally-mandated ways for understanding people and working with them. This Book seeks ways of resolving that tension.< Less
The Language of Gifts By Christopher J. Kinman
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The Language of Gifts is the first volume of the Territories of the Alive Trilogy by Christopher Kinman. In this book the author follows two timely and revolutionary ideas — the Rhizome and... More > Gift-Exchange — and he observes how these ideas generate profound influences upon lives, relationships, work and community. In this first book Christopher illustrates these ideas from a variety of perspectives experienced through the pragmatic impact these concepts have on the work of the human services professions.< Less
Pilgrimages of the Gift By Christopher J. Kinman
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Pilgrimages of the Gift is the third volume of the Territories of the Alive Trilogy by Christopher Kinman. In this book Christopher evokes a form of spirituality that is congruent with work,... More > community and daily life. This is not a spirituality of transcendence; of other-worldly powers guiding and thus limiting life, but a spirituality grounded in the diversities of nature, immersed in relations within a real world. This world view, which first emerges in Christopher’s previous two books, invites transformations, or as he would say, becomings — interiority becomes exteriority, lack becomes abundance and gift, the individual becomes rhizome, transcendence becomes immanence, the essay becomes poetry, questions become affirmations, identities become flows of relationship amidst flows of time.< Less
Confluences of the Gift By Christopher J. Kinman
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Confluences of the Gift is the second volume of the Territories of the Alive Trilogy by Christopher Kinman. In this book the author continues exploring the ideas of Rhizome and Gift-Exchange and... More > the influences these ideas have upon life, community and work. This volume gravitates around the notion of “politics of the gift.”. that arises when the concept of the “gift exchange” is pursued in practice. For, the community-centered approach Christopher describes is often seen as being at odds with institutionally-mandated ways for understanding people and working with them. This Book seeks ways of resolving that tension.< Less
The Language of Gifts By Christopher J. Kinman
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The Language of Gifts is the first volume of the Territories of the Alive Trilogy by Christopher Kinman. In this book the author follows two timely and revolutionary ideas — the Rhizome and... More > Gift-Exchange — and he observes how these ideas generate profound influences upon lives, relationships, work and community. In this first book Christopher illustrates these ideas from a variety of perspectives experienced through the pragmatic impact these concepts have on the work of the human services professions.< Less
Pilgrimages of the Gift By Christopher J. Kinman
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Pilgrimages of the Gift is the third volume of the Territories of the Alive Trilogy by Christopher Kinman. In this book Christopher evokes a form of spirituality that is congruent with work,... More > community and daily life. This is not a spirituality of transcendence; of other-worldly powers guiding and thus limiting life, but a spirituality grounded in the diversities of nature, immersed in relations within a real world. This world view, which first emerges in Christopher’s previous two books, invites transformations, or as he would say, becomings — interiority becomes exteriority, lack becomes abundance and gift, the individual becomes rhizome, transcendence becomes immanence, the essay becomes poetry, questions become affirmations, identities become flows of relationship amidst flows of time.< Less