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What far-reaching solution and resounding success can dialogue guarantee to both simple and sophisticated societies, groups and individuals bound by immediate interests? This abridged but enhanced masterpiece of Roman Catholic priest Jacques Levrat handles the subject almost from various facets, enlightens initiates, beginners on the varieties and virtues of dialogue, its sudden stalemates and usual frustrations.
Using a compendium of quotations of lasting, deep insight considerately selected from highly authoritative works of the worldly-wise, éminence grise, this book focuses, as interactive interdisciplinarity requires, on controversial issues such violence, its meaning, origin and impact on peace of societies and States.
Drawing comparisons on relationships among humans, living beings and split knowledge from the perspectives of many disciplines, this remarkably edifying work is a concise classic for researchers, inquisitive minds and readers striving to achieve universal truth, human brotherhood and fill their existential gap by recognizing the Other’s uniqueness, idiosyncrasy, dimension, dignity and their basic human rights as stipulated by God who created man in His image.
Jacques Levrat(1934-2013),Th.D,Un.of Lyons(1984)and priest in Morocco since 1967.He was director of Library La Source(Rabat)(1980-1999); headed the Islamic-Christian Research Group(GRIC)since 1977.Levrat authored several books and many articles mostly dealing with dialogue and founded a library and a museum in Beni Mellal(2005)via a sponsor.
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