Man and the Experience of Freedom: Man and Social Change #1, Part 2
Date:
Mar. 19-20, 1969
Description:
Mar. 19-20, 1969. 1:04:22. Thurman introduces the topic of violence and social change. Thurman does not stop with "physical violence" in his definition of violence. "Non-physical" violence, according to Thurman, is far more dangerous because one can forget they are doing violence. Violence is the least reflective way by which social change may occur. It is also the most cunning and subtle means for bringing about social change.
Associated Personal Entities:
Thurman, Howard, 1900-1981
Associated Subjects:
Violence
Threats of violence
Nonviolence
Social change