by Charles Collyer and Ira Zepp
Discovering Nonviolence is an introduction and an invitation to a big-tent view of nonviolent living and problem solving. The book pays attention to what happens when people learn about nonviolence – its history, its variations, its ideas, and its methods. It is focused on what life should be, and not just on the abhorrence of violence. In the words of the authors, “If we are successful in building a peaceful world – a good world of work and love and fun and fellowship and fulfilling self-expression – it will not feel like ‘violence prevention.’ But, incidentally, it will be so.”
This is Part I of the third edition of Nonviolence: Origins and Outcomes.
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