Beyond Conflict: From Self-Help and Psychotherapy to Peacemaking
Dr. Breggin presents ways in which individuals and nations can learn to live in cooperation and harmony. He describes three fundamental methods - coercion, liberty, and love - for satisfying people's basic needs and resolving the bitter antagonisms that poison personal and political dealings. By demonstrating the links between the three methods and the significance of the last - love - Dr. Breggin sets the agenda for a vigorous and viable future for us all.
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Applying the Three Dynamics to Conflict
Resolving Interpersonal Conflict within the Family
The Role of Psychiatry in Conflict Resolution
Resolving Societal Conflict
Resolving International Conflict
Bringing About Change
Three Dynamics Table
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