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Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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Aiken, William / LaFollette, Hugh  (Eds.).    World Hunger and Morality. Prentice-Hall, 1995. [contents]

Armstrong, Karen.  A Short History of Myth. Melbourne, Canongate, 2005.

Atran, Scott / Axelrod, Robert / Davis, Richard.  Sacred Barriers to Conflict Resolution. Science, 317, 24 August 2007, pp. 1039-1040. [text]

Boorse, Dorothy.  Overpopulation: ecological and Biblical principles concerning limitation. Worldviews: Environment, Culture, Religion, 7, 2003, 1-2 and March, 2003 pp. 154-170. [abstract]

Brazill, Janet.  Overpopulation: a threat caused by religion. Racjonalista, 2003. [text]

Delaney, Carol.  Abraham, Isaac, and Some Hidden Assumptions of Our Culture: Abraham's impact on Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Humanist, May 1999. [text]

Delaney, Carol.  Abraham on Trial: the social legacy of Biblical myth. Princeton University Press, 1998. [contents]

Delaney, Carol.  Was Abraham Ethical? Should We Admire His Willingness to Sacrifice His Son? The Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, 2001. [text]

FAO. State of the World Food Insecurity. Rome, 2002

Galtung, Johan.  Panetics and the Practice of Peace and Development (Ralph G. H. Siu Memorial Lecture, Washington DC). 1999.. [text]

Galtung, Johan.  Peace Research/Studies vs Christian Zionism World Views  (11th World Congress for Center for Inquiry-International: "Scientific Inquiry and Human Development, Beijing, 2007).

Gary, Kevin.  Spirituality, critical thinking and the desire for what is infinite. Studies in Philosophy and Education, 25, 4, July 2006. [text]

Global Footprint Network. Why the Number of Feet Matters, 1, 12, 2007 [text]

Gowan, Mark.  Overpopulation and Religion. July 2006. [text]

Hanford, George H.  How To Save the World: Through Critical Thinking (Paper presented at the Annual International Conference on Critical Thinking and Educational Reform, 13th, Rohnert Park, CA,1993). Eric ED370847. [text]

Hindery, Roderick.  Identifying Religious Terrorism through Profiles of Propaganda. The Humanist, April 2003. [text]

Hindery, Roderick.  Indoctrination and Self-deception or Free and Critical Thought? Lewiston, Mellen Press, 2001.

Homer-Dixon, Thomas.  The Ingenuity Gap: how can we solve the problems of the future? Jonathan Cape, 2000.

Homer-Dixon, Thomas.  The Upside of Down: catastrophe, creativity and the renewal of civilization. Resource and Conflict Analysis Inc, 2006.

International Food Policy Research Institute. The Challenge of Hunger. 2007 [review review]

Judge, Anthony. See Kairos documents cited by this documnent

Kanter, James.  UN issues 'final wake-up call' on population and environment. International Herald Tribune, 25 October 2007. [text]

Kazmi, Yedullah.  The Role of Critical Thinking in Islam. Hamdard Islamicus, Vol. 23 (1): 27-36, Jan-March 2000.

Muhammadullah Muhammad Khalili Qasmi. Does Islam Permit Critical Thinking?. Mumbai, Markazul Maarif Education and Research Centre [text]

Lohmann, Larry.  Re-Imagining the Population Debate, Corner House Briefing 28, March 2003. [text]

Longman, Phillip.  Fertility, Faith and the Future of the West. Books and Culture: a Christian Review, May/June 2007. [text]

Monk, Paul / van Gelder, Tim.  Enhancing our Grasp of Complex Arguments, 2004 (Fenner Conference on the Environment, Australian Academy of Science, Canberra). [text]

Mumford, Stephen D.  The Pope and The New Apocalypse: the Holy War against family planning. Center for Research on Population and Security, 1986.

Mumford, Stephen D.  Overcoming Overpopulation: the rise and fall of American political will. Free Inquiry, Spring 1994.

The United Nations World Summit on Sustainable Development: a counter-productive exercise in futility, by Donald Mann, 2002 [text]

The Cairo Conference on Population and Development, by Donald Mann, 1994 [text]

Nelson, Jack L.  Critical Thinking in Social Education: the genocide example. Social Science Record, 24, 2 pp. 60-62, Fall 1987. Eric EJ362924. [abstract]

Onfray, Michel.  Atheist Manifesto: the case against Christianity, Judaism and Islam. Arcade Publishing, 2007. [review]

Pollock, Abra.  Development: World Losing Fight Against Hunger. 2007. [text]

Ramaswamy, Krishnan / De Nicolas, Antonio T. / Banerjee, Aditi  (Eds.).    Invading the Sacred: an analysis of Hinduism studies in America. Delhi, Rupa and Company; 2007. [summary]

Saul, John Ralston.  The Unconscious Civilization. House of Anansi, 1995.

Siu, Ralph G. H.  Less Suffering for Everybody: an introduction to panetics. International Society for Panetics, 1993 (Vol. 1: Panetics Trilogy). [details]

Siu, Ralph G. H.  Panetics and Dukkha: an integrated study of the infliction of suffering and the reduction of Infliction. International Society for Panetics, 1993 (Vol. 2: Panetics Trilogy). [details]

Siu, Ralph G. H.  Seeds of Reflection: word clusters for meditation on the infliction and the relief of suffering. International Society for Panetics, 1993 (Vol. 3: Panetics Trilogy). [details]

Spiegel, Shalom.  The Last Trial: On the Legends and Lore of the Command to Abraham to Offer Isaac As a Sacrifice: The Akedah, 1993  (Jewish Lights Publishing, 1997).

Swidler, Leonard.  Islam and the Trialogue of Abrahamic Religions. Cross Currents, Winter 92/93, 42, 4. [text]

Syed, Ibrahim B.  Critical Thinking. Islamic Research Foundation International. [text]

United Nations Environment Programme. Global Environment Outlook; an overview of our changing environment. 2007 [contents; text]

White, Matthew.  Death Tolls for the Man-made Megadeaths of the Twentieth Century. 2005. [text]

World Overpopulation Awareness. Faith, Religion and Population. November 2007 [text]

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