[Teaching the Triad of Active Peace: Peacemaking, Peacekeeping, Peacebuilding]
Founded in 1997 (as the 'CERJ') we are an unconventional, non-hierarchical global college for peacemaking, peacekeeping, and peacebuilding.
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The Rise of the Global Civil Society
There is currently a great expansion of what can be called “The Global Civil Society”— a host of commercial companies, media outlets, and non-governmental organizations ((NGOs) whose activities cross State frontiers. Often the staff members of these organizations come from a variety of countries and backgrounds. This global civil society is increasingly powerful…Continue
I start with certain premises:
The world can invent and develop 1000 small ways out of climate change.
God’s work must truly be our own. I don’t assume that “the system” is out to solve anything for us. So, the system is us. We are responsible stewards for the earth. Either we’re in charge of planning things out, or else nobody is.
The American approach to problems is quite tied up with inventiveness. For example, inventors have designed easily fixable water pumps…Continue
Posted by Paul Klinkman on January 24, 2011 at 11:11am
This is my first connection with this website, so I hope I’m doing things right.
In a linear prisoner’s dilemma game, one automaton or person can choose to reward itself a little, or to reward a second automaton a bit more. For example, one automaton might
be given a choice to give itself one point, or to give the other automaton two
points. Then the second…
Posted by Paul Klinkman on December 29, 2010 at 12:22pm
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