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Our Future in Light of Twentieth-Century Evil: Hope, History, and Human Culture
     

Our Future in Light of Twentieth-Century Evil: Hope, History, and Human Culture

by Robert S. Frey
 

A striking exmination of the harsh relities of being human, Robert Frey's Our Future in Light of Twentieth-Century Evil perceptively examines such significant foundations of American culture as religion, science, education and political experession i light fo the European Holocaust. His work offers poignant and collective re-direction for each of these areas of

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A striking exmination of the harsh relities of being human, Robert Frey's Our Future in Light of Twentieth-Century Evil perceptively examines such significant foundations of American culture as religion, science, education and political experession i light fo the European Holocaust. His work offers poignant and collective re-direction for each of these areas of life, in light of the moral and social evil that have stained our century. Non-sectarian and multidisciplinary in its approach, this work offers bridge buidingg solutions of conceptual and practical understanding across epistemic and ideational divides. Historically and scientifically gorunded, Our Future in Light of Twentieth-Century Evil poses and explores difficult, probing questions about our nature, our divisions, our beliefs and our basis for hope. Frey suggests that, "for our collectives future to have meaning beyond privatized economic or religious refuge, talk must cohere into clear-minded visions and pathways illuminated by compassion, informed tolerance, sacrifice, humility and obligation directed toward the Earth, our fellow human beings, and generations unborn." He continues, "Hope, history and human culture emanate from each one of us. The results in our world are our own. Therein is our genuine power." Our Future in Light of Twentieth-Century Evil synthesizes disparate concepts in a manner accessible to all thoughtful people. A definite "must have" for every library.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781573090148
Publisher:
International Scholars Publications
Publication date:
03/01/1996
Series:
Jewish Scholars Press Series
Pages:
120
Product dimensions:
5.60(w) x 8.46(h) x 0.39(d)

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