You are here

Learnings for the Future of Inter-Faith Dialogue


Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

[Parts: First | All ] [Links: To-K | From-K | From-Kx ]



1. Judge, Anthony.  Configuring Globally and Contending Locally; shaping the global network of local bargains by decoding and mapping Earth Summit inter-sectoral issues (Background document for the Inter-Sectoral Dialogue, Rio de Janeiro, June 1992). Brussels, Union of International Associations, 1992. [text]

2. Mushakoji, Kinhide.  Global Issues and Interparadigmatic Dialogue; essays on multipolar politics. Torino, Albert Meynier, 1988.

3. Beversluis, Joel D.  (Ed.).    A Sourcebook for the Community of Religions. Chicago, Council for a Parliament of the World's Religions, 1995.

4. Bohm, David.  Unfolding Meaning. Mickleton, Foundation, House, 1985.

5. Bohm, David.  Changing Consciousness; freeing ourselves from the social, political and environmental crises. San Francisco, Harper, 1991.

6. Isaacs, William N.  Dialogue Project Summary. MIT, The Dialogue Project, 1992.

7. Rogers, Carl R.  Freedom to Learn for the Eighties. Macmillan, 1983.

8. Peck, M. Scott.  Different Drum; community making and world peace. Simon and Schuster, 1987.

9. Chasin, Richard.  (Eds.). One Couple, Four Realities; multiple perspectives on couple therapy. Guilford Press, 1992.

10. Swidler, Leonard.  Death or Dialogue?.: from the age of monologue to the age of dialogue. SCM Press, 1990.

11. Judge, Anthony. Liberation of Integration: universality and concord, through pattern, oscillation, harmony and embodiment. Brussels, Union of International Associations, 1980 [text]

12. Union of International Associations / Mankind 2000: See Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential (1976-1995, and thereafter online)

13. Lochhead, David.  The Dialogical Imperative; a Christian reflection on interfaith encounter. SCM Press, 1988.

14. Jacobs, Michael.  Living Illusions; a psychology of belief. Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1993.

15. Fowler, J. W.  Stages of Faith: the psychology of human development and the quest for meaning. San Francisco, Harper and Row, 1981.

16. Erikson, Erik.  Identity, Youth and Crisis. Faber, 1968.

17. Kohlberg, L.  The Philosophy of Moral Development. San Francisco, Harper and Row, 1981.

18. Capps, David.  Deadly Sins and Saving Virtues. Philadelphia, Fortress Press, 1987.

19. Gilligan, Carol.  In a Different Voice: psychological theory and women's development. Harvard University Press, 1982.

20. Gilligan, Carol.  (Eds.). Mapping the Moral Domain. Harvard University Press, 1990.

21. Hemenway, J.  Four faith frameworks. Journal of Pastoral Care, 38, 1984, 4, pp. 317-23.

22. Cupitt, D.  Life Lines. SCM Press, 1986.

23. Myers, Isabel Briggs / McCaulley, Mary H.  Manual: a guide to the development and use of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. Palo Alto, Consulting Psychologists Press, 1985.

24. Kroeger, Otto / Thuesen, Janet M.  Type Talk. Delta, 1988.

25. Palmer, Helen.  The Enneagram. Harper and Row, San Francisco, 1988.

26. Jenkins, Jon  (Ed.).    The Other World: a spirit journey. Brussels, Institute of Cultural Affairs, 1987.

27. Wilhelm, Richard  (Tr.).    The I Ching or Book of Changes. Princeton Univesity Press, 1950.

28. Johari, Harish.  Leela: the game of self-knowledge. Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1980.

29. Schonberger, Martin.  I Ching and the Genetic Code. Aurora Press, 1992.

30. Bodhi, Bhikkhu  (Tr.).    The Discourse on the All-Embracing Net of Views; the Brahmajala Sutta and its commentarial exegesis. Kandy, Buddhist Publications, 1978.

31. Eigen, Manfred / Winkler, Ruthild.  Laws of the Game; how the principles of nature govern chance. Harper, 1981.

32. Winnicott, D. W.  Playing and Reality. Penguin, 1974.

33. McClain, Ernest G.  The Myth of Invariance: the origins of the gods, mathematics and music from the Rg Veda to Plato. Shambhala, 1978.

34. Haskell, Edward F.  Full Circle: the moral force of unified science. Gordon and Breach, 1972.

35. Judge, Anthony. Functional classification; a review of possibilities. In: Union of International Associations. Global Action Networks. K G Saur, 1985, pp. 1029-1047 [text]

36. Belbin, Meredith.  Management Teams; why they succeed or fail. Heinemann, 1981.

37. Katzenbach, Jon R. / Smith, D. K.  The Wisdom of Teams; creating the high-performance organization. Harvard Business School Press, 1993.

38. Judge, Anthony. From Networking to Tensegrity Organization. Brussels, Union of International Associations, 1984 [text]

39. Beer, Stafford.  Beyond Dispute. Wiley, 1994?..

40. Stephens, P. W.  Physics and Chemistry of Fullerenes. World Scientific Publishing, 1992.

41. Lessem, Ronnie / Neubauer, Fred.  European Management Systems; towards unity out of cultural diversity. McGraw Hill, 1993.

42. Pascale, Richard.  Managing on the Edge; how successful companies use conflict to stay ahead. Penguin, 1990.

43. Seltzer, Leon F.  Paradoxical Strategies in Psychotherapy; a comprehensive overview and guidebook. Wiley, 1986.

44. Mollison, Bill.  Permaculture: a designers' manual. Tyalgum (Australia), Tagari Publications, 1988.

45. Csikszentmihalyi, Mihaly.  Flow: the psychology of optimal experience. New York, Harper, 1990.

46. Judge, Anthony. Higher Orders of Inter-sectoral Consensus; clarification of formal possibilities. Brussels, Union of International Associations, 1992. [text]

47. Aldwell, Edward / Schacter, C.  Harmony and Voice Leading. San Diego, Harcourt, Brace, 1989.

48. Cobb Jr, John.  Beyond Dialogue: toward a mutual transformation of Christianity and Buddhism. Philadelphia, Fortress Press, 1982.

49. World Council of Churches. Guidelines for dialogue with People of Living Faiths and Ideologies. Geneva, WCC, 1979

50. Panikkar, Raimondo.  The Intrareligious Dialogue. Paulist Press, 1978.

51. Robinson, John A. T.  Truth is Two-Eyed. SCM Press, 1979.

[Parts: First | All ] [Links: To-K | From-K | From-Kx ]