Remembrance and Reconciliation. (Philosophy of Peace)

ISBN-13: 978-9042032651
ISBN-10: 9042032650
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Andrew Fitz-Gibbon, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, is Professor of Philosophy, Chair of the Philosophy Department, and Director of the Center for Ethics, Peace and Social Justice, at the State University of New York College at Cortland. He earned his PhD from Newcastle University, United Kingdom. His academic interests are in the areas of ethics, nonviolence, love, mysticism and community. He is the author, co-author, or editor of ten books, numerous book chapters, and articles in peer-reviewed journals such as Social Philosophy Today, The Journal for Peace and Justice Studies, The Acorn, and Philosophical Practice. He is an Associate Editor, VIBS, Editions Rodopi, B.V., where he edits the Social Philosophy Series. He is a fellow of the American Philosophical Practitioners Association, certified in client counseling. He is abbot of the Lindisfarne Community, a secular monastic order exploring the borders of interfaith spirituality.

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