Citizen of the World Paperback
Suffering and Solidarity in the 21st Century
by Donald H Dunson; James A Dunson;
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Citizen of the World
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Approaching these issues from a number of backgrounds academic philosophy, pastoral counseling, theology, social science, and narrative approaches Dunson and Dunson have created a text perfect for use with high school and college classrooms, immersion groups, parish study groups, and service-learning programs.
Citizen of the World by Donald H Dunson; James A Dunson was published by Orbis Books in December 2013. The ISBN for Citizen of the World is 9781626980457.
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Citizen Of The WorldBarry Vendy, via The Good Book Stall
"To deal more kindly with one another is likely the sole path to a more hopeful future for all of humanity."
The authors reflect on the roles of moral argument, emotion, and personal experience through travel and observation, in generating more kindness and building a greater solidarity with ‘all seven billion human beings who call our small planet home'. They speak of both the strengths and weaknesses of each of those categories.
Donald grounds his contribution on lived experience, and quotes many concrete examples of solidarity in action. James takes a more reflective and philosophical approach to global citizenship.
We are offered here two perspectives on being citizens of the world, both or either of which we may find convincing.
Sadly, I felt that when it comes to the question posed by Chapter 4, namely ‘What is to be done?' the book fails to provide an answer.
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Details for Citizen of the World
|Author / Artist||Donald H Dunson; James A Dunson|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Orbis Books (December 2013)|
|Page last updated||23rd February 2018|