Solidarity or Barbarism traces the multiple and complex roots of European peoples, and contrasts this pluralism with the recurring tragedy of «ethnic cleansing,» a tragedy which the authors argue has been all too common in European history. By presenting a new perspective on Europe's origins, the authors open the possibility for a new vision of a complex, heterogeneous Europe based on partnership and cooperation.
|Publisher:||Lang, Peter Publishing, Incorporated|
|Series:||Conflict and Consciousness Series: Studies in War, Peace, and Social Thought , #3|
About the Author
The Authors: Gianluca Bocchi is a member of the Association for Research into Knowledge and Learning (Milan) and the General Evolution Research Group (New York).
Mauro Ceruti is Professor of genetic epistemology at the University of Bergamo.
The Translator: Alfonso Montuori, Ph.D., is Associate Professor at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco.