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Nonviolence in Hawaii's Spiritual Traditions
     

Nonviolence in Hawaii's Spiritual Traditions

by Glenn D. Paige (Editor), Sarah Gilliatt (Editor)
 
These essays by members of eight different spiritual communities in Hawaii addresses the causes of violence and nonviolence, and the characteristics of nonviolent society. The volume includes the Hawaiian spiritual tradition, by Lou Ann Haaheo Guanson; Bahai, by Tony Pelle; Buddhist, by Robert Aitken: Christian, by Stanley E. Amos and Anna McAnany; Hindu, by Gurudeva

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These essays by members of eight different spiritual communities in Hawaii addresses the causes of violence and nonviolence, and the characteristics of nonviolent society. The volume includes the Hawaiian spiritual tradition, by Lou Ann Haaheo Guanson; Bahai, by Tony Pelle; Buddhist, by Robert Aitken: Christian, by Stanley E. Amos and Anna McAnany; Hindu, by Gurudeva Sivaya Subramuniyaswami; Islamic, by Wasim Siddiqui; Jewish, by Ira J. Lichton; and the Religious Society of Friends (Quaker), by Ruth Anna Brown.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781880309001
Publisher:
University of Hawaii, Spark M. Matsunaga Institute for Peace
Publication date:
01/01/1991
Pages:
103

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