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Pacifism's Appeal
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Chapter 1: Introduction: Why Pacifism? - Jorg Kustermans, Tom Sauer, Dominiek Lootens and Barbara Segaert

PART I: Contemporary Ethos of Pacifism
Chapter 2: War, Hostilities, Terrorism: A Pacifist Perspective - Cheyney Ryan
Chapter 3: Pacifism as Re-appropriated Violence - Amanda Cawston

PART II: Global Intellectual History of Pacifism
Chapter 4: The Pacifisms of the Peace Movement - Martin Ceadel
Chapter 5: Tolstoy's Pacifism and the Critique of State Violence - Iain Atack
Chapter 6: Toward a Global Understanding of Pacifism: Hindu, Islamic, and Buddhist Contributions - Meena Sharify-Funk
Chapter 7: Judaism, Zionism and Pacifism: Past, Present, Future - Mark H. Gelber

PART III: A Pacifist Global Order?
Chapter 8: Emancipation from Violence through Global Law and Institutions: A Post-Deutschian Perspective - by Heikki Patomaki
Chapter 9: 'Pacifism', and China's 'Peaceful Rise' and 'Peaceful Development' - Bart Dessein
Chapter 10: Just Peacemaking as a Bridge to Ecumenical and Interfaith Solidarity for Peace - Nathan Funk
Chapter 11: Conclusion: On the Appeal of Pacifism - Jorg Kustermans, Tom Sauer and Barbara Segaert
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About the Author

Jorg Kustermans teaches international politics in the Department of Political Science at the University of Antwerp, Belgium. His scholarship is situated at the intersection of international theory and social theory and has dealt with such questions as state personhood, republican security, the nature of social practices, and the relation of boredom and war.
Tom Sauer is Associate Professor in International Politics at the Universiteit Antwerpen, Belgium. He is co-editor of Nuclear Terrorism: Countering the Threat, and author of Eliminating Nuclear Weapons: The Role of Missile Defense and Nuclear Inertia: US Nuclear Weapons Policy after the Cold War.
Dominiek Lootens is Deputy Academic Director at University Centre Saint Ignatius Antwerp, Belgium, Vice-President Society for Intercultural Pastoral Care and Counselling, International Advisor International Thomas Merton Society, and Co-Editor of Where Are We? Pastoral Environments and Care for Migrants: Intercultural and Interreligious Perspectives.
Barbara Segaert is scientific coordinator at the University Centre Saint-Ignatius Antwerp, Belgium, where she develops academic programmes on various topics of contemporary relevance to society. She was co-editor of Genocides: an Interdisciplinary Approach to Risk and Resilience.

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