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Limits of Power: Some Friendly Reminders Paperback – January 4, 2005

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About the Author

Newton Garver is a Quaker and philosopher. He has been connected with the Philosophy Department at the University at Buffalo since 1961, rising to the rank of SUNY Distin-guished Service Professor. Since his retirement from full-time teaching in 1995, he has continued offering seminars and public lectures, often on Wittgenstein and most recently on "Politics and its Virtues." His book, Wittgenstein and Approaches to Clarity, was published by Humanity Books in December 2005. Becoming acquainted with Quakers as an undergraduate, he refused to register for the 1948 draft and spent the better part of a year in prison. In recent decades his Quaker work has included facilitating Alternatives of Violence Project (AVP) workshops in Wende Correctional Facility, and founding the Bolivian Quaker Education Fund to strengthen relations between Bolivian Quakers (all 30,000 of whom are Amerindians, mostly Aymara) and their co-religionists in the north.

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  • Paperback : 100 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 0931627176
  • ISBN-13 : 978-0931627170
  • Publisher : Center Working Papers (January 4, 2005)
  • Item Weight : 8.5 ounces