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A Delicate Balance: What Philosophy Can Tell Us About Terrorism

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Did the world change on September 11, 2001? For those who live outside of New York or Washington, life's familiar pace persists and families and jobs resume their routines. Yet everything seems different because of the dramatic disturbance in our sense of what our world means and how we exist within it. In A Delicate Balance, philosopher Trudy Govier writes that it is beca ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published August 12th 2004 by Basic Books (first published 2002)
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Jul 28, 2014 Christiane rated it really liked it
Amazing book and profound analysis. I make Archbishop Desmond Tutu's words mine when he comments on the book "A refreshing antidote to the too frequent, usual knee-jerk stereotypical responses."
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