Honestly I did not understand this book, particularly about its implication to peacebuilding. Can anyone suggest some other literature as foundation?

Moreover, how social cognition plays role in transforming conflict, at least in a normatic framework?

Is it applicable to any type of conflict? or what about universalism?

Contradictions growing in my head, if any idea, suggest.

 

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suggested books : "To Have Or To Be" by Erich Fromm / The Awakening of Intelligence by J Krishnamurti

Thank you

In Peace

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