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Critical Issues in Peace and Conflict Studies by Thomas Matyók
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Understanding Global Conflict and Cooperation by Joseph S. Nye Jr.
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Great theoretical introductory text - using it for a Peace and Social Justice degree program and it's very helpful
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Psychology, Religion, and Spirituality by James M.  Nelson
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Religion and Peacebuilding by Gordon S. Smith
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The Oxford Handbook of Religion, Conflict, and Peacebuilding by Atalia Omer
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The Limits of Thought by Jiddu Krishnamurti
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Matthew Scully
“Let's just call things what they are. When a man's love of finery clouds his moral judgment, that is vanity. When he lets a demanding palate make his moral choices, that is gluttony. When he ascribes the divine will to his own whims, that is pride. And when he gets angry at being reminded of animal suffering that his own daily choices might help avoid, that is moral cowardice.”
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Thomas Piketty
“Social scientific research is and always will be tentative and imperfect. It does not claim to transform economics, sociology, and history into exact sciences. But by patiently searching for facts and patterns and calmly analyzing the economic, social, and political mechanisms that might explain them, it can inform democratic debate and focus attention on the right questions. It can help to redefine the terms of debate, unmask certain preconceived or fraudulent notions, and subject all positions to constant critical scrutiny. In my view, this is the role that intellectuals, including social scientists, should play, as citizens like any other but with the good fortune to have more time than others to devote themselves to study (and even to be paid for it—a signal privilege).”
Thomas Piketty, Capital in the Twenty-First Century

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