ERIC Number: ED382508
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1990
Reference Count: N/A
The Art of Living in Peace: Towards a New Peace Consciousness.
This report summarizes the peace research and curricula that have proved to cause a deep change in the attitudes and behavior of the human being. The document focuses on the last 40 years with the work of the United Nations and UNESCO. It is designed for adults and is dedicated to peace education and peace educators. There are three modules in the report. Module 1 addresses: (1) General considerations concerning the method used in this document; and (2) The method of education. Module 2 contains: (1) General introduction; (2) A fragmentary vision of peace; (3) Peace considered as an external phenomenon from man; (4) Peace as an inner state or as state of spirit; (5) A holistic vision of peace; (6) The fragmented vision of education; (7) The holistic vision of education; (8) Towards a holistic vision of peace education; (9) Bibliography notes and references; and (10) Method of education. Module 3 includes: (1) Required conditions for a peace educator; (2) The process of destruction of peace; (3) The Art of Living in peace with oneself; (4) How was war born in the mind of men?; (5) Method of education; (6) The awakening and development of inner peace; (7) The peace of the body; (8) The peace of the heart; (9) The peace of the mind; (10) Bibliography notes and references; (11) Method of education; (12) The Art of Living in Peace with the others; (13) The contemporary "normose"; (14) The three social manifestations of the Energy; (15) The cultural education for peace; (16) Social education for peace; (17) The economic peace education; (18) Bibliography notes and references; (19) Method of education; (20) The Art of Living in Peace with the environment; (21) Nature of man and nature of the environment; (22) Towards an ecological method of education; (23) The ecological method of education; (24) Bibliography notes and references; and (25) Method of education. (EH)
Publication Type: Information Analyses; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Researchers; Teachers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, Paris (France).