Humanism, Conflict and Peace Education

Philosophy and Culture 31 (4):137-150 (2004)
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This paper is divided into two parts. The first part aims to explore the relationship between humanism and peace education. The second part of the theory upon is on globalization and the increasingly frequent cultural exchanges between the dual basis, to explore the significance of cultural traditions. Humanism as a peace-building resources, the importance of which has been identified. This article is divided into two parts. The first one investigates the relationship between humanism and peace education. The second examines the meaning of the "humanist" tradition in a context of globalization and accrued cultural exchanges. The importance of "humanism" as a resource for peace building is thus ascertained.

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