The Architecture of World Peace: A Practical Approach

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Harbhajan Singh, PhD (Author)

Series: World Philosophy; Psychology of Emotions, Motivations and Actions
BISAC: PHI010000; POL034000; PSY039000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/MTPP7703

This book focuses on innovative, multidisciplinary, and pragmatic approaches to social and political engineering for the search and formation of world peace. The roots of dilemmas, illusions, and problems associated with education, law, justice, politics, human rights, poverty, violence, war, environment and the Earth in relation to the architecture of world peace are examined and the solutions are presented. This critique ultimately signifies establishing a crime-free biosphere, war-free world, and new humanity on Earth.

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Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1. The Architecture of World Peace
The Paradox of Human Nature
The Foundation of Human Values
Inner Pollution and Forgotten Truth
Society or Sanity
The World in Flames
The Survival of Current Civilization
The Structures of Peace
Psychological Revolution and World Peace
Nature and World Peace

Chapter 2.  The Education, Educators, and World Peace
The Function of Education
Ambition and Competition
Creativity, Critical Thinking, and Awards
Control of Education
Society and Education
Education, Economics, and Financial Assurance
Schools and Institutions
Educators and Parents
Peace Education
Education, Future, and World Peace

Chapter 3. Law, Justice, and World Peace
The-Rule-of-Law
Justice and Peace
Legal Mind and Justice System
Law, Regulation, and Justice
The World of Constitutions
Restorative, Distributive, and Transitional Justice
Environmental Justice
Law, Diplomacy, and Peacebuilding
Justice for All
International Law and Justice
The Department of Peace and Road to Peace
Formation of a Crime-Free Society
Justice and Truth

Chapter 4. Politics, Politicians, and World Peace
Dirty Business and Cognitive Dissonance
The World of Politics and Politicians
The Illusion of Democracy
Trust in Governments and Social Institutions
Unprecedented Surveillance and Control of Populations
Politics and Religion
Incentives and Fake Gods
The Caesars of Society
All Power is Evil
Women as World Leaders
The Power of Truth
Politics, World Order, and World Peace

Chapter 5. Human Rights, Poverty, and World Peace
Human Rights, Dignity, and Abuse
Awful Inequality
Social Injustice and Social Collapse
Human Rights, Democracy, and Freedom
Business, Labor Unions, and Human Rights
Global Poverty and Rising Homelessness
Health, War, and Human Rights
The Prison industry and the Private Governments
The Breakdown of Cultures
Human Rights and World Peace

Chapter 6. Violence, War, and World Peace
Violence, War, and Peace
Morals for Peace
Types of Violence
The Culture of War
The Role of the Army
Militaristic Reasoning
Weapons and Resources
Politics, Religion, and War
Conquest of Poor Nations
Construction of a War-Free World
Peace Revolution

Chapter 7. Earth, Environment, and World Peace
Earth – The Largest Garbage Dump
Atmosphere and Air Pollution, Mitigation, and Early Death
Ocean Garbage and Plastic Waste
Military and Nuclear Wastes and Space Junk
Fracking and the Environment
Poisoned Agriculture and Poisoned Earth
Exposome and Pollution of Human Bodies
Coal Ash and Forever Chemicals
Climate and Global Warming
Green Schools, Malls, and Homes
Trees, Wetlands, and Environmental Conservation
Dying of Life on Earth
Environment and World Peace

Chapter 8. The Ascent to a New Humanity
One Earth, One Humanity – A Shared Humanity
Equality, Trust, and Goodness
A Good Government
Poverty Reduction or No Poverty
History and Peace
The Culture of Peace
Political, Financial, and Ecological Revolutions
Science and Peace
A World without War
A Heaven on Earth
Love, Compassion, and Truth

References

Index

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