Love and War: Human Nature in Crisis

By: Harmsen Ph.D., Rudolf; Welles Ph.D., Paddy S.

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Love and War deepens our understanding and brings us one step closer to that distant day when we will lay down our sword and shield and deserve the name Homo sapiens-wise human beings. - Sam Keen, Best-selling author of Faces of the EnemyLove and War is a stunning tour de force which traces the darkest shadows of our progenitors on humankind's evolutionary journey through individual, societal, communal, and nation-state relationships. It is a compelling and wonderfully readable analysis of how innate latent noble and fearsome factors in the human psyche surface in varying circumstances. In demonstrating how the latter can collectively lead to hostilities to achieve tribal or national goals, this book provides profound psychological insights as to why nations in the twenty-first century still employ war as an instrument of national policy. The authors specify what we must do, as nations and individuals, to create a global community working in concert to deal with the now-recognized universal threats to life on Earth.- Harry J. Petrequin, Jr. Retired Foreign Service Officer

Title: Love and War: Human Nature in Crisis

Author Name: Harmsen Ph.D., Rudolf; Welles Ph.D., Paddy S.

Categories: Other,

Publisher: Robert Reed Publishers:

ISBN Number: 1934759465

ISBN Number 13: 9781934759462

Binding: PAPERBACK

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: Z1934759465Z3

Description: 1934759465 Bumped and creased book with tears to the extremities, but not affecting the text block - GOOD