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Revolutionary nonviolence

David T. Dellinger

Revolutionary nonviolence

essays

by David T. Dellinger

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Published by Bobbs-Merrill Company in Indianapolis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nonviolence.,
  • United States -- Foreign relations -- 1945-1970.,
  • United States -- Politics and government -- 1945-1970.

  • Edition Notes

    The essays were originally published from 1943 to 1970.

    Other titlesRevolutionary non-violence.
    Statementby Dave Dellinger.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE840 .D4 1971
    The Physical Object
    Pagination390p.
    Number of Pages390
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17949785M

      Nonviolence Ain’t What It Used to Be maps emerging, more militant approaches that are developing to fill the gap, from Occupy to Black Lives Matter. It offers new angles on a seemingly intractable debate, introducing ideas that carve out a larger middle-ground between camps in order to chart an effective path forward. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.

    Gene Sharp is the world's foremost expert on non-violent revolution. His work has been translated into more than 30 languages, his books slipped across borders and hidden from secret policemen all. He also examines non-violent alternatives to the actions chosen by wars that are often defended: World War II, the American Revolution, the American Civil War. I occasionally felt my interest flag, but only briefly. The book is accessible and generally well paced. Two complaints: 1. It seems clear that Kurlansky is a fan of non-violence.

    Description. Revolutionary Peacemaking: Writings for a Culture of Peace and Nonviolence is a collection of interdisciplinary political and philosophical writings which explore some of the key issues of peace research, including the character and roots of various major forms of structural and cultural violence in contemporary capitalist society, impediments to the broadening of our ethical.   Gene Sharp founded the academic field of nonviolent resistance. His books and his list of methods of nonviolent action have been circulated by .


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Revolutionary Nonviolence: Concepts, Cases and Controversies provides an advanced introduction to the central philosophy, ideas, themes, controversies, and challenges of applying revolutionary nonviolence in political struggles today, with a particular emphasis on reframing nonviolence through a postcolonial : He recommends instead tactical nonviolence such as strikes, sabotage, slowdowns, free presses, and noncooperation, as practiced by countries like Norway, Holland, and Belgium.

These essays were written for Liberation Magazine, which Dellinger published. Those /5(3). Revolutionary nonviolence Hardcover – January 1, by David T Dellinger (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings/5(3).

Details. Description. Revolutionary Nonviolence: Concepts, Cases and Controversies provides an advanced introduction to the central philosophy, ideas, themes, controversies and challenges of applying revolutionary nonviolence in political struggles today, with a particular emphasis on reframing nonviolence through a postcolonial lens.

Bringing together an eminent group of. He recommends instead tactical nonviolence such as strikes, sabotage, slowdowns, free presses, and noncooperation, as practiced by countries like Norway, Holland, and Belgium.

These essays were written for Liberation Magazine, which Dellinger published/5(3). Revolutionary Nonviolence book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. One of the remarkable men, staring off with Statement on /5.

Revolutionary Nonviolence: Concepts, Cases and Controversies provides an advanced introduction to the central philosophy, ideas, themes, controversies, and challenges of applying revolutionary nonviolence in political struggles today, with a particular emphasis on reframing nonviolence through a postcolonial lens.

Bringing together an eminent group of researchers and activist. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dellinger, David T., Revolutionary nonviolence. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill [] (OCoLC)   Revolution of Conscience: Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Philosophy of Nonviolence Paperback – Unabridged, September 9, by Greg Moses (Author)Cited by: As Martin Luther King said, “The issue is no longer between violence or nonviolence, but between nonviolence or nonexistence.” This entry was written by brian, posted on at am, filed under Envisioning Nonviolent Revolutionary Alternatives.

Historians of the French Revolution have traditionally emphasised the centrality of violence to revolutionary protest. However, Micah Alpaugh reveals instead the surprising prevalence of non-violent tactics to demonstrate that much of the popular action taken in revolutionary Paris was not in fact violent.

Tracing the origins of the political demonstration to the French Revolutionary period. Revolutionary nonviolence by David T. Dellinger, unknown edition, Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and Revolutionary Nonviolence: Concepts, Cases and Controversies provides an advanced introduction to the central philosophy, ideas, themes, controversies and challenges of applying revolutionary nonviolence in political struggles today, with a particular emphasis on reframing nonviolence through a postcolonial lens.

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Why were the Rosenbergs killed. He described his own “pilgrimage to nonviolence” in his first book, Stride Toward Freedom, and in subsequent books and articles. “True pacifism,” or “nonviolent resistance,” King wrote, is “a courageous confrontation of evil by the power of love” (King, Stride, 80).

Revolutionary nonviolence emphasizes unity among radicals and proposes a militant nonviolent praxis based on revolutionary transformation and mass civil resistance. Origins: Chicago 7 defendant Dave Dellinger; civil rights and feminist icon Barbara Deming in her essay “Revolution and Equilibrium”; the Plowshares movement.

Description: In Nonviolent Revolutions, Sharon Erickson Nepstad analyzes civilian insurrections in China, East Germany, Panama, Chile, Kenya, and the Philippines.

Nonviolent Revolutions Civil Resistance in the Late 20th Century Sharon Erickson Nepstad Oxford Studies in Culture and Politics. Unlike other studies of revolutions focused exclusively on armed struggles, this book examines revolutionary movements that are fought through nonviolent means.

Martin Luther King, Jr., has been widely studied as a preacher, an activist, and an orator, but rarely as an intellectual. This groundbreaking book situates King as one of the most important social and political philosophers of our time, arguing that King's systematic logic of nonviolence is at the same time radically new and deeply rooted in African American intellectual/5(2).

Jesus and the Nonviolent Revolution André Trocmé Foreword by Charles Moore Stars on Goodreads Read Reviews. In this book, you’ll encounter a Jesus you may have never met before – a Jesus who not only calls for spiritual transformation, but for practical changes that answer the most perplexing political, economic, and social problems of our time.

Revolutionary Nonviolence: Concepts, Cases and Controversies provides an advanced introduction to the central philosophy, ideas, themes, controversies and challenges of applying revolutionary nonviolence in political struggles today, with a particular emphasis on reframing nonviolence through a postcolonial ng together an eminent group of researchers and activist-scholars, this.Unless he is nonviolent, he cannot be the vehicle of a peaceful, warless, classless humanity.

If you sow the seeds of violence, you cannot expect and hope that the flowers will not be affected by violence. Those flowers will come out of the seeds you have sown. So each violent revolution has created another violent society, another violent culture.Garden City, N.Y., Anchor Books, Edition/Format: Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.

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