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This second volume in the 'Many Peaces' series analyses the emergence of elicitive conflict transformation, demonstrating how the principles of peace and conflict work are interrelated with humanistic psychological insights and methods. This volume discusses the recent changes of working conditions in the fields of diplomacy, military, development cooperation and political economy, exploring how this 'trans-rational' turn impacts practical peace and conflict work and experiential peace education. Based on the principles of humanistic psychology and Yoga philosophy, and as a wider concept of John Paul Lederach's well-known conflict pyramid, this book introduces a wide range of breath-oriented, voice-oriented and movement-oriented methods and their application in practical fieldwork. Dietrich's study presents a new model of themes, levels and layers in conflict analysis, which adds to the conventional understanding of human relations and conflicts. Other books in the 'Many Peaces' series include Interpretations of Peace in History and Culture by Wolfgang Dietrich. "The concept of an 'elicitive' approach to conflict transformation addresses the relevance of new and old psycho-spiritual methods to Peace Studies, and is coherent with the increasingly popular endorsement of Gandhi's injunction to be the change we want; which may be stated as a belief that what has proven useful for personal transformation also holds the greatest po-tential for social healing and transformation. As one who has devoted a lifetime to the application of some of the resources described in this book to the education of psychotherapists and teachers, I appreciate and celebrate this volume that proposes their use in the education of diplomats, mediators and other peace-builders. I wish that it may contribute to the eventual healing and transformation of patriarchal politics into a post patriarchal politics truly dedicated to the furthering of justice, compassion and wisdom in the world." - Claudio Naranjo; MD, Designer of the SAT Program for Personal and Professional Development "Once in a while a book comes along which transforms the way we understand the field of peace and conflict studies. While such a claim can often be conferred too easily, in the case of this book, the second volume in Wolfgang Dietrich's work on Many Peaces, the description is fully merited. This book is outstanding in its scholarship, brilliant in its erudition, exciting in its range of knowledge, and inspirational in its daring and creative exploration of new fields of theory and practice. Building on the work of all of the great innovators in peace research, this book marks a huge advance in our ability to understand and respond creatively to the challenges of 21st century conflict." - Tom Woodhouse, University of Bradford, UK "We live in a remarkable time. Science is coming around full circle and meeting, once again, with what got called mysticism. In his new book, Wolfgang Dietrich weaves together ancient and cutting edge knowledge to present a practical path to individual, community and global peace. He asks us (all of humanity) to embrace the artistry of living; of breathing, communicating, moving, in order for us to understand and 'own' our collective stories and their interrelation to each other in the here and now. This is a ground-breaking book that builds on the work of many and then pushes the boundaries of conflict transformation." - David Diamond, Artistic and Managing Director Theatre for Living (Headlines Theatre) / Vancouver, Canada "In this remarkable book, Wolfgang Dietrich, one of Europe's eminent peace scholars, interweaves in a creative and insightful way the peace philosophies of the West with a plethora of Eastern and Indigenous epistemes and practices like shamanism, Vipassana, Budo, and Aikido. The outcome is an astonishingly rich and unique account of 'Many Peaces'. Dietrich reveals that this diverse and eclectic epistemology forms the basis of the pedagogy of his peace studies program at Innsbruck, Austria and it is no wonder why this program is so highly acclaimed. There is much to learn from here and this is indeed a book that is indispensable to anyone concerned with peace-work or the teaching of peace studies and conflict transformation." - Alberto G. Gomes, La Trobe University, AustraliaPreface; John Paul Lederach 1. Introduction 2. Humanistic Psychology, the Foundation of Elicitive Conflict Transformation 3. Breath-oriented Approaches to Elicitive Conflict Transformation 4. Voice-oriented Approaches to Elicitive Conflict Transformation 5. Movement-oriented Approaches to Elicitive Conflict Transformation 6. On the transrational Turn in International Peace Work 7. On the Transrational Turn in Peace Research: Subjects, Levels, and Layers of Elicitive Conflict Transformation Conclusions of the Second Volume


Szczegóły: Elicitive Conflict Transformation and the Trans-rational Shift in Peace Politics - Wolfgang Dietrich

Tytuł: Elicitive Conflict Transformation and the Trans-rational Shift in Peace Politics
Autor: Wolfgang Dietrich
Producent: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 9781137035059
Rok produkcji: 2013
Ilość stron: 292
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.47 kg


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Elicitive Conflict Transformation and the Trans-rational Shift in Peace Politics

This second volume in the 'Many Peaces' series analyses the emergence of elicitive conflict transformation, demonstrating how the principles of peace and conflict work are interrelated with humanistic psychological insights and methods. This volume discusses the recent changes of working conditions in the fields of diplomacy, military, development cooperation and political economy, exploring how this 'trans-rational' turn impacts practical peace and conflict work and experiential peace education. Based on the principles of humanistic psychology and Yoga philosophy, and as a wider concept of John Paul Lederach's well-known conflict pyramid, this book introduces a wide range of breath-oriented, voice-oriented and movement-oriented methods and their application in practical fieldwork. Dietrich's study presents a new model of themes, levels and layers in conflict analysis, which adds to the conventional understanding of human relations and conflicts. Other books in the 'Many Peaces' series include Interpretations of Peace in History and Culture by Wolfgang Dietrich. "The concept of an 'elicitive' approach to conflict transformation addresses the relevance of new and old psycho-spiritual methods to Peace Studies, and is coherent with the increasingly popular endorsement of Gandhi's injunction to be the change we want; which may be stated as a belief that what has proven useful for personal transformation also holds the greatest po-tential for social healing and transformation. As one who has devoted a lifetime to the application of some of the resources described in this book to the education of psychotherapists and teachers, I appreciate and celebrate this volume that proposes their use in the education of diplomats, mediators and other peace-builders. I wish that it may contribute to the eventual healing and transformation of patriarchal politics into a post patriarchal politics truly dedicated to the furthering of justice, compassion and wisdom in the world." - Claudio Naranjo; MD, Designer of the SAT Program for Personal and Professional Development "Once in a while a book comes along which transforms the way we understand the field of peace and conflict studies. While such a claim can often be conferred too easily, in the case of this book, the second volume in Wolfgang Dietrich's work on Many Peaces, the description is fully merited. This book is outstanding in its scholarship, brilliant in its erudition, exciting in its range of knowledge, and inspirational in its daring and creative exploration of new fields of theory and practice. Building on the work of all of the great innovators in peace research, this book marks a huge advance in our ability to understand and respond creatively to the challenges of 21st century conflict." - Tom Woodhouse, University of Bradford, UK "We live in a remarkable time. Science is coming around full circle and meeting, once again, with what got called mysticism. In his new book, Wolfgang Dietrich weaves together ancient and cutting edge knowledge to present a practical path to individual, community and global peace. He asks us (all of humanity) to embrace the artistry of living; of breathing, communicating, moving, in order for us to understand and 'own' our collective stories and their interrelation to each other in the here and now. This is a ground-breaking book that builds on the work of many and then pushes the boundaries of conflict transformation." - David Diamond, Artistic and Managing Director Theatre for Living (Headlines Theatre) / Vancouver, Canada "In this remarkable book, Wolfgang Dietrich, one of Europe's eminent peace scholars, interweaves in a creative and insightful way the peace philosophies of the West with a plethora of Eastern and Indigenous epistemes and practices like shamanism, Vipassana, Budo, and Aikido. The outcome is an astonishingly rich and unique account of 'Many Peaces'. Dietrich reveals that this diverse and eclectic epistemology forms the basis of the pedagogy of his peace studies program at Innsbruck, Austria and it is no wonder why this program is so highly acclaimed. There is much to learn from here and this is indeed a book that is indispensable to anyone concerned with peace-work or the teaching of peace studies and conflict transformation." - Alberto G. Gomes, La Trobe University, AustraliaPreface; John Paul Lederach 1. Introduction 2. Humanistic Psychology, the Foundation of Elicitive Conflict Transformation 3. Breath-oriented Approaches to Elicitive Conflict Transformation 4. Voice-oriented Approaches to Elicitive Conflict Transformation 5. Movement-oriented Approaches to Elicitive Conflict Transformation 6. On the transrational Turn in International Peace Work 7. On the Transrational Turn in Peace Research: Subjects, Levels, and Layers of Elicitive Conflict Transformation Conclusions of the Second Volume

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Szczegóły: Elicitive Conflict Transformation and the Trans-rational Shift in Peace Politics - Wolfgang Dietrich

Tytuł: Elicitive Conflict Transformation and the Trans-rational Shift in Peace Politics
Autor: Wolfgang Dietrich
Producent: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 9781137035059
Rok produkcji: 2013
Ilość stron: 292
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.47 kg


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