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Le Sphinx Dialogues; Violence - Beaulieu September 21-23 1995

Le Sphinx Dialogues; Violence - Beaulieu September 21-23 1995

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Le Sphinx Dialogues; Violence - Beaulieu September 21-23 1995

by Henny Homan (ed.)

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Le Sphinx Dialogues, 1997. Book. Very Good. Paperback. VG orange softcover wraps with stapled binding. Pages all clean and unmarked. Covers bright and clean. Binding solid. A fascinating recording of a long dialogue between four people from very different origins on the topic of violence at the Beaulieu in the house of the Sphinx. The Four individuals are: Basil Hiley, professor of physics at University of London. Satish Kumar, the editor of Resurgence magazine promoting peace, ecology and interconnectedness. Ton Van Summeren, an artist who focuses on natural phenomena and Claude Zimmer, partner in a tax law firm who also lectures on taxation at the university of Luxembourg. 47 pp..

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Bookseller
Eastburn Books US (US)
Bookseller's Inventory #
A18102
Title
Le Sphinx Dialogues; Violence - Beaulieu September 21-23 1995
Author
Henny Homan (ed.)
Format/Binding
Paperback
Book Condition
Used - Very Good
Publisher
Le Sphinx Dialogues
Date Published
1997
Keywords
PSYCHOLOGY
Bookseller catalogs
Psychology;

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