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The Pattern of Evil: Myth, Social Perception and the Holocaust

Lawrence Leshan - Fiction - 2006 - 164 pages
If we wish to learn from the Holocaust how to act against a recurrence, we must ask what the SS thought they were doing as they organized and ran the horrific camps. Then we ...
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An Ethic for the Age of Space: A Touchstone for Conduct Among the Stars

Lawrence L. LeShan - Philosophy - 1996 - 140 pages
LeShan explores the old behavioral guidelines, and discusses one very widespread idea that makes positive change so difficult. He also gives us ideas for an educational system ...
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Beyond Technique: Psychotherapy for the 21st Century

Lawrence L. LeShan - Psychology - 1996 - 200 pages
"We therapists care very much about our profession and work hard at it. However, the overall outcome is often not what we wish. We get some excellent results, but a number of ...
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Psychic Phenomena and Mystical Experience

Lawrence L. Leshan - Body, Mind & Spirit - 2016 - 10 pages
Mysticism and the paranormal have long been associated in two ways: in the repeated reports of mystically trained individuals acquiring paranormal abilities and in the warnings ...
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Cultures Under Siege: Collective Violence and Trauma

Antonius C. G. M. Robben, Marcelo Su'arez-Orozco - Psychology - 2000 - 285 pages
Collective violence changes the perpetrators, victims, and societies in which it occurs. It targets the body, the psyche, and the socio-cultural order. How do people come to ...
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Violence and the Prevention of Violence

Leonore Loeb Adler, Florence Denmark - Family & Relationships - 1995 - 217 pages
Twenty-five experts find violence to be a phenomenon of all societies and among all age-groups, almost without exception, with the most frequent victims being women and children.
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