Rambo and the Dalai Lama: The Compulsion to Win and Its Threat to Human Survival

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State University of New York Press, Jul 10, 1998 - Family & Relationships - 300 pages
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Rambo and the Dalai Lama suggests that the assumption that human life is based on conflicts of interest, wars, and the opposition of people to each other and to nature exists as a paradigm that supplies meaning and orientation to the world. An alternative paradigm sees cooperation, caring, nurturing, and loving as equally viable ways of organizing relationships of humans to each other and to nature. Fellman sees this shifting emphasis from adversarialism to mutuality as essential to the survival of our species and nature itself.

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This is a gorgeous book. Fellman has obviously been thinking about the 60s for the past 40 years and, like all the rest of us, has tried to get to the very bottom of it. And he, more than most of us ... Read full review

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Gordon Fellman teaches Sociology and Chairs the Peace and Conflict Studies Program, Brandeis University.

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