Violence in war and peace brings together amongthe most profound empirical and philosophical texts on modernviolence scheper hughes and bourgois have created a volume thatchallenges fundamental issues concerning the crisis of humanitythat violence exposes. Edited by two of anthropologys most passionate voices on this subject violence in war and peace an anthology is the only book of its kind available a single volume exploration of social literary and philosophical theories of violence. From hannah arendts banality of evil to josephconrads fascination of the abominationhumankind has struggled to make sense of human upon human violenceedited by two of anthropologys most passionate voices onthis subject violence in war and peace an anthology is theonly book of its kind available a single volume exploration ofsocial literary and philosophical theories . This comprehensive anthology is a must read recognizing andunderstanding the continuum of violence is a critical step inmeaningfully addressing the fact that violence is not specific forexample to war but intimately woven throughout the fabric ofsociety jody williams nobel peace prize laureate 1997. Violence in war and peace an anthology nancy scheper hughes philippe bourgois eds malden ma blackwell 2004 496 pages with index nancy scheper hughes and philippe bourgois have edited an important book of readings dealing with the nature of violence in the contemporary world
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