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Legacy of Love: My Education in the Path of Nonviolence

El Sobrante, CA: North Bay Books, 2003

ISBN-10: 097252004X

ISBN-13: 9780972520041

Pages: 140

“Arun Gandhi, the fifth grandson of the late Indian spiritual and political leader Mahatma Gandhi, is among the most respected and influential figures in the international peace…

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The World is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-First Century

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Updated Edition: Thomas L. Friedman is not so much a futurist, which he is sometimes called, as a presentist. His aim in The World Is Flat, as in his earlier, influential Lexus and the Olive Tree, is…

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The Gecko’s Foot: Bio-Inspiration—Engineering New Materials from Nature

Originally published as The Gecko’s Foot: Bio-inspiration: Engineered from Nature

New York: W.W. Norton, 2006

ISBN-10: 0393062236

ISBN-13: 9780393062236

Pages: 272

“Bio-inspiration is the new engineering: nature’s own nanotechnology. Instead of—in crude terms—welding large pieces of hard, ‘dry,’ right-angled metal…

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The Masks of God: Creative Mythology

New York: Viking Press, 1968

Pages: 730

Creative Mythology is the fourth volume of American scholar Joseph Campbell’s four-part Masks of God work. The first three are Primitive Mythology, Oriental Mythology, and Occidental Mythology.

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The Dream of the Earth

San Francisco: Sierra Club Books, 1990

ISBN-10: 0871566222

ISBN-13: 9780871566225

Pages: 247

“For most people, the emerging view of nature remains in a realm separate from the emotions and textures of daily experiences. This missing link between scientific breakthroughs

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The Great Work: Our Way Into the Future

New York: Bell Tower, 1999

ISBN-10: 0609804995

ISBN-13: 9780609804995

Pages: 241

“Thomas Berry is one of the most eminent cultural historians of our time. Here he presents the culmination of his ideas and urges

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