Consequences for Transrational Peace Studies

Part of the Masters of Peace book series (MAPEAC)


Before concluding this thesis, I will in this chapter sketch out some of the consequences of my research and analysis for a transrational oriented peace philosophy and practice. These consequences concern those two areas, which as always are inseparably connected; ontological and anthropological assumptions about the world we live in – and the thereby deriving implications for a possible peace-philosophy and practice. This sketch is relatively easily drawn, since even though the concept of synchronicity is a new introduction into the debate, it does after all not contribute with substantially new insights regarding ontology and anthropology.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.InnsbruckAustria

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