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Nonviolence vs pacifism: a psychiatrist’s view

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This is a psychological analysis of threat, deterrence, war and nonviolence in human relations, mainly in international conflict. Gandhian principles lead to an anti-war strategy, with evidence that conflict resolution without war is both practical and principled. Research by D. Grossman confirms that war is neither normal nor necessary in the present epoch.
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  • 1. Dave Grossman: On Killing. The Psychological Cost of Learning to Kill in War and Society. Little, Brown and Company, New York 2009, ISBN 978- 0-3160-4093-8 metapsychology.mentalhelp.net/poc/view_doc. php?type=book&id=5243&cn=396
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