The Relevance of Albert Schweitzer at the Dawn of the 21st Century
David C. Miller, James Pouilliard
University Press of America, 1992 - Medical - 158 pages
The contributors to this book aim to present the main ideas of Albert Schweitzer in a concise and accessible form. The topics addressed include arms reduction and the nuclear threat, medicine and health care, ethics and human rights, and ecology and the environment. Contributors include Oscar Arias Sanchez, George Marshall, Jennifer Leaning, Norman Cousins, Homer Jack, Linus Pauling, Victor Sidel, Pearl Bailey, Benjamin Hooks, James Brabazon, Jane Goodall, and Robert Muller.
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