Chapters and Other Publications

“Nonkilling and Systems Sciences:What Contributions can Systems Sciences Make to Nonkilling Korean and Global Transformation?” (Chapter) by Glenn D. Paige, Yong Pil Rhee (ed.)

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In Complexity of Korean Unification Process: Systems Approach, pp. 1-22.
(Seoul: Seoul National University Press)

Summary: Science proceeds by asking questions over time. However we calculate social time, now is appropriate at the end of a murderous era to question whether human beings can stop killing each other. Is a nonkilling society, from local to global, possible? If no, why not? If yes, why?

See “A Question for the Systems Sciences: Is a Nonkilling Society Possible?”.

“A Question for the Systems Sciences: Is a Nonkilling Society Possible?” (Chapter) by Glenn D. Paige, Yong Pil Rhee (ed.)

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In Toward New Paradigm of Systems Science, pp. 409-416.
(Seoul: Seoul National University Press)

Summary: Science proceeds by asking questions over time. However we calculate social time, now is appropriate at the end of a murderous era to question whether human beings can stop killing each other. Is a nonkilling society, from local to global, possible? If no, why not? If yes, why?

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비살생 정치학과 지구평화운동 (in Korean) by Bong-Scuk Sohn, Chaiwat Satha-Anand, Chung-Si Ahn, Dae-hwa Chung, Glenn D. Paige, Hidekazu Sakai, Jae-Bong Lee, Jong-il Kang, Soo Min Kim, Yoon-jae Chung

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(Pisalsaeng chongch’ihak gwa chigu p’yonghwa undong. Glenn D. Paige kyosu ui hakmun segye)

(Nonkilling Political Science and the Global Peace Movement. Glenn D. Paige and his Scholarship)

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Summary: A scholarly tribute to Glenn D. Paige’s academic work. Includes “From the Korean War to Nonkilling Global Political Science: Korea and Glenn D. Paige’s Scholarship” by Chung-Si Ahn and Bong-Scuk Sohn; “Glenn D. Paige and Study of the Korean War” by Dae-hwa Chung; “Glenn D. Paige’s ‘Rediscovery of Politics’ and Political Leadership Studies: From Violence to Nonviolence” by Yoon-jae Chung; “Nonviolent Politics of Glenn D. Paige” by Jae-Bong Lee; “On Political Science Knowledge and Nonkilling as Value: A Nonviolence Critique of Glenn D. Paige’s Nonkilling Global Political Science” by Chaiwat Satha-Anand; “Glenn D. Paige and Japan in Search of Nonviolent Tradition” by Hidekazu Sakai; “Nonviolent Unification of Korea through Neutralization” by Jong-il Kang; “The Necessary Conditions for Peace on the Korean Peninsula: The Creation of a Peace Culture” by Soo Min Kim and “Nonkilling Korea: Building a Peace Structure on the Korean Peninsula” by Glenn D. Paige.

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