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Tag Archives: Albert Einstein
Disasters: “More than a Word” by Anthony J. Marsella, Ph.D. 1. Distant Disasters The word “disasters” has become much more than a word as humanity becomes aware of the numerous natural, human-made, and human-facilitated disasters in our times. In distant … Continue reading
Today we remind you of the greater costs of war—that is, the costs to our future incurred by killing and maiming babies, small children, youth. They are not just collateral damage.
Among the thousands of civilians who have been killed or maimed in the Afghanistan war, children are perhaps the most innocent. Apart from death and injury, though, here are some additional ways that children … Continue reading
In our view, accepting responsibility for our own actions (and failures to act when action on behalf of peace and humanity is needed) requires the moral engagement mechanism that psychologist Albert Bandura calls proactive moral agency (See Moral engagement, part … Continue reading