A New Way of Thinking: The Essentials of Nonviolent Living
This thought, stated by Albert Einstein, in 1946, is of course, referring to the threat of nuclear annihilation that has grown ever more dangerous in the last 42 years. War and violence was a practical, feasible solution (albeit undesireable from a philosophical and humanistic point of view) to disputes in other, older periods of our history. As a species, we have been unable to move to a new way of thinking in which nonviolence is a basic and unchallengeable characteristic.
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