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|"If you want peace, work for justice." (H. L. Mencken, journalist and critic, 1880-|
1956 [quotation was later used as a popular bumper sticker]) . "Peace and justice
are two sides of the same coin." (Dwight David Eisenhower, American brigadier ...
|This kind of peace through mutual bare toleration inevitably breeds renewed |
tensions, and ultimately new conflicts. ... with the scriptures' recognition that
peace and justice are two sides of the same coin; true peace cannot exist without
|26 Again, too often today we strive for the illusion of a peace based on a fragile |
truce, a peace that is false because the ... the scriptures' recognition that peace
and justice are two sides of the same coin; true peace cannot exist without justice
|This chapter focuses on building lasting peace, as in Gandhi's constructive |
program of domestic and social progress to create positive peace. Peace and
justice are two sides of the same coin. There is A Zen story about a man on a
|This question is too big to tackle here— but the justice of God cannot be |
discussed adequately without making reference to his goodness. ... In early
antiquity the philosophers believed that peace and justice were two sides of the
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|... the thesis is advanced that human rights and legitimate struggle are best |
understood as two sides of the same coin. ... and pluralism 171–190 One way of
looking at human rights is to see it as the flipside of the coin of legitimate
|Conflict, Peace and People in Sierra Leone Anatole N. Ayissi, Robin Poulton ... |
We will have to come to terms with the reality that vengeance can never lead to
sustainable peace. ... Peace and justice are therefore two sides of the same coin.
|Each complements the other as two sides of the same coin, and neither can exist |
without the other. The three chapters in Section III parallel the three found in
Section II. Chapter 6 describes the ethics of Asian religions, and Chapter 7 of
|As this blocked any peace agreement, the Germans had to decide to cut the ties |
with their Spanish ally on this matter, just as the ... Politics and religion were
intertwined; they were now two sides of the same coin that bore the name “peace.
|To uphold justice in a cause is to associate that purpose with an ethical position, |
through reason or belief. Justice can be given or ... Peace and justice, said
American President Dwight D. Eisenhower, “are two sides of the same coin.”
Since the ...