Groundwork for a Philosophy of Peace

How the World Could Have a Minute of Silence.

by Leon Kabasele


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/5/2015

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 110
ISBN : 9781504935005
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 110
ISBN : 9781504934992

About the Book

In Groundwork for a Philosophy of Peace, readers will learn how human beings are capable of analyzing peace in the world. Readers will understand the meaning of politics according to the viewpoints of Aristotle and Immanuel Kant. This book is not for reading only; it is for developing ideas that human beings have been ignoring for many generations, during which time the world has existed in ignorance without a good plan for the future. The conflict started when human beings started to develop and multiply on earth, and expanded as they populated the entire world. The consciousness of human beings is based on living in harmony; but there are just few people who enjoy a better life in the world. More people become depressed in their own countries when their authorities do not provide them with the peace they need. On other hand, the population refuses to respect the principles of their authorities. Sometime the feelings are reciprocal; the citizens need to claim their rights, but the authorities feel the citizens are against them. Also the authorities want to solve the citizens’ problems, but the citizens feel that the authorities are not working for them. Many people will discover that Groundwork for a Philosophy of Peace is a new philosophy for peace. It is about thinking deeper about the situation and debating the matters that need to be resolved. When you finish reading this book, please read also: The World’s Problems and Solutions: Diversity Issues Analysis: Dealing with Human Race, Human Rights, Philosophy, Scientific, Religious, and World Economic Issues.


About the Author

Dr. Leon Kabasele has done a lot of research on theology and philosophy, and he has written books on theology and philosophy, including Christian Philosophy: Understanding Racial Oppression, which delves into the issue of human rights in Africa. Those books will help those who study, research, and are interested in philosophy, theology, politics, and religion. He has selected the most important points to debate in his books. He became interested in researching human rights and other legal issues because of his life experience with matters of justice and his belief that for one to understand theology, one must understand human rights. He has attended many conferences on theology and human rights, and he was selected to give a presentation at a conference in Bethlehem. He regularly attends conferences about Christianity, and he debates politics and theology with people from around the world, including India, Pakistan, and Africa.