Before we can proceed to a formal definition of conflict we must examine another concept, that of behavior space. The position of a behavior unit at a moment of time […]
In spite of ferocious differences of opinion about other moral issues, there seems to be something approaching consensus that it is cruel and malicious to interfere with the life-enhancing illusions […]
It is the business of the future to be dangerous; and it is among the merits of science that it equips the future for its duties.
People like me, people who believe in animal rights, feel the same way about eagles and elephants, pigs and porpoises, as most people feel about cats and dogs. Don’t get […]
The mental operation by which one achieves new concepts and which one denotes generally by the inadequate name of induction is not a simple but rather a very complicated process. […]
I call a sign which stands for something merely because it resembles it, an icon. Icons are so completely substituted for their objects as hardly to be distinguished from them. […]
Anyone who fights for the future, lives in it today.
I agree with Paul that love is more important than faith and hope; but so are honesty, integrity, and moral courage. The world needs less faith and more love and […]
[Peace praxis is] a peace process that deals with conflict integratively.
To tell your soul you love it, is like remembering who you are after being in a coma for a hundred years. Your face will beam the light of a […]