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    Wisdom and the Learning Imperative.John Rensenbrink - 2004 - Dialogue and Universalism 14 (3):199-207.
    The word “wisdom” has a multitude of different meanings. This occurs both in popular language and in academic circles. It has that in common with other words of special significance and grandeur in the many languages of our species—think of “justice”, “peace”, “love”, “beauty”, and “reality”. Consider these various meanings of the word “wisdom”: being wise beyond her years, wise old man, wise guy, wise use, the wisdom of the ancients, conventional wisdom, the wise judge, the wise old crone, the (...)
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    Dialogue and Being—an Ontological Investigation.John Rensenbrink - 2013 - Dialogue and Universalism 23 (3):7-22.
    This essay affirms the proposition that dialogue emerges from being itself. There are five parts: being and nature; how it follows that dialogue emerges from being itself; full dialogue; why it is that dialogue has faltered; and ground for optimism, given the noticeable turn in recent decades to an ontology of relationship. We, the human species, are part of nature. We are part of an evolutionary development. The full comprehension of this reality leads to critique of the separation between nature (...)
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    The Meaning of Evolution for the Human Species and for a Planetary Federation of Life.John Rensenbrink - 2000 - Dialogue and Universalism 10:137.
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  4. Janusz Kuczyński: The Philosopher I Knew.Michael Mitias, John Rensenbrink & Andrew Targowski - 2017 - Dialogue and Universalism 27 (2):8-10.
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  5. Against All Odds: The Green Transformation of American Politics.John Rensenbrink - 1999 - Leopold Press.
  6. On Co-Evolution.John Rensenbrink - 2016 - Dialogue and Universalism 26 (4):21-24.
    The theory and practice of co-evolution offers a way forward for humanity that goes well beyond the deterministic confines of an outmoded mechanistic science that still inhabits much academic thought and research; and also goes well beyond postdeterministic efforts to exempt the human mind and will from its presumed inexorable embeddedness in the mechanistically perceived life and motions of the body. Coevolution rejects both and goes to the root of the matter regarding nature. It decisively affirms the post-mechanistic understandings of (...)
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  7. The Greens and the Politics of Transformation.John Rensenbrink - 1992 - R. & E. Miles.