America's Global Responsibility

Jeshayahu Ben-Aharon

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Argues that understanding America's role in the development of global civil society will help achieve cultural and spiritual freedom, political equality and economic cooperation in the world.

Format:
paperback
Size:
216 x 138 mm
Publisher:
Lindisfarne Books
Subject:
Philosophy of Human Life
Extent:
144 pages
ISBN:
9781584200185
Publication date:
29 Jan 2004

Description

In a summary of present day social and economic conditions, Beh-Aharon points out the dire consequences of America ignoring its obligations as set forth in the Declaration of Independence. He goes on to explain how the destructive effects of globalisation can be stopped, and progressive social structures introduced.

Using a concept developed by Rudolf Steiner -- the actualization of the individual -- he explains how the world arrived at its current state and how an understanding of America's role in the globalisation process will help achieve cultural and spiritual freedom, political equality and economic cooperation in the world.

Author

Jeshayahu Ben-Aharon was born in Israel in 1955. He co-founded Harduf, an anthroposophical kibbutz in Israel. He is the author of The Spiritual Event of the Twentieth Century and The New Experience of the Supersensible.

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