By Riane Eisler and Douglas P. Fry
With contributions by Riane Eisler and David Loye, The Art of Partnership investigates the concept of partnership from a range of perspectives offered by the contributions of scholars and researchers in various disciplines.
This collection of essays by Italian scholars, discusses partnership themes in English language literature.
Inspired by a Partnership Education Conference at the University of Udine in Italy.
The book was inspired by a conference held at the University of Udine, Italy on partnership education, and Antonella Riem Natale and Roberto Albarea, its editors, hope that it will foster discussion among students, colleagues, and scholars worldwide, thus enabling us all to achieve a greater balance and cooperation, in the spirit of difference in equality.
As Professor Riem writes, ?Fostering a culture of partnership implies an open and dynamic approach towards those events and systems of human relationships characteristic of our Western societies, torn between a surplus of information and uncertainty. This also involves processes of meditation and awareness of present-day forms of social cohesion, and a focus on common good, on modalities of cooperation, and the educational relevance of creating a common ground of shared values.?
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