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Love and War Human Nature in Crisis

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ISBN-10: 1934759465

ISBN-13: 9781934759462

Edition: 2010

Authors: Rudolf Harmsen, Paddy S. Welles, Conor Sullivan, Pablo Picasso, Cleone Reed

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Love and War deepens our understanding and brings us one step closer to that distant day when we will lay down our sword and shield and deserve the name Homo sapiens-wise human beings. - Sam Keen, Best-selling author of Faces of the Enemy Love and War is a stunning tour de force which traces the darkest shadows of our progenitors on humankind's evolutionary journey through individual, societal, communal, and nation-state relationships. It is a compelling and wonderfully readable analysis of how innate latent noble and fearsome factors in the human psyche surface in varying circumstances. In demonstrating how the latter can collectively lead to hostilities to achieve tribal or national…    
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Book details

List price: $17.95
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Robert D. Reed Publishers
Publication date: 9/11/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 312
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.946
Language: English

Harmsen, a Professor Emeritus of Biology at Queens University/Canada, has written for many journals, books, encyclopeidas, and produced children's television programs to understand the animal world.Welles, Ph.D. in Child and Family Studies (Syracuse University) is a skilled marriage/family therapist, former university professor, public speaker, and author of two books: To Stand in Love and Are You Ready for Lasting Love?

Pablo Ruiz y Picasso, Spanish painter, graphic artist, and sculptor, is generally considered the most revolutionary, influential, and versatile artist of the twentieth century. He was born in Malaga, son of a painter, and studied in Barcelona. His extraordinary talent showed at an early age. Before he was 14, he had already produced a masterwork in the classic tradition. His early paintings (1901-04) of the so-called Blue Period (in which blues dominate the color scheme) deal with outcasts, beggars, sick children, and circus people. The Old Guitarist is the most famous of his Blue Period paintings. In Paris, Picasso developed a lighter palette, the so-called Rose Period, which is…