The Psychology of War is a stunning anatomy of a problem that the greatest thinkers have failed to solve. Our wars have become more lethal, yet our affinity for war hasn't changed. In The Psychology of War, Lawrence LeShan talks about the roots of human war lust and the practical implications for society and political leadership. Today, as the whole world anticipates a lengthy war against terrorism, The Psychology of War's timely message makes it a must-read for everyone concerned with contemporary events.
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(230mm x 153mm x 13mm)
Publisher: Allworth Press,U.S.
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Author Biography - Lawrence LeShan
Lawrence Le Shan is a research psychologist, educator and author or co-author of over a dozen books. Including The Dilemma of Psychology, Alternate Realities, and the popular How to Meditate. Working in the field of psychology for more than half a century, he served five years as a psychologist in the US. Army.