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GLOBAL THINKING— A Call for Reinvestment in Sacred Values—
byStephen Nachmanovitch & Abdul Aziz Said
©1987 by Stephen Nachmanovitch and Abdul Aziz Said.
All rights reserved.
This article was first published in
THE ACORN, A Gandhian Review,
Department of Philosophy, Eastern Illinois University,
Charleston, Ill. 61920
For additional copies write to P.O. Box 265,
Pacific Palisades, California 90272
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STEPHEN NACHMANOVITCH, Ph.D., is a musician, author,computer artist, teacher and consultant. Educated at Harvard and theUniversity of California, he has taught and lectured widely in the
留学生论文网United States and in Europe, in the arts, the humanities, the social sciences,and particularly on the spiritual underpinnings of art. As a musicianand multimedia artist he has performed his own works internationally.He has written on topics ranging from protozoology to religion;and is the author of a book on the creative process, Free Play:Improvisation in Life and Art (Tarcher, 1990).
ABDUL AZIZ SAID, Ph.D., is Professor at the School of InternationalService, The American University, Washington, D.C., and has writtennumerous books and articles on global politics. He is the coauthor
(with Charles O. Lerche, Jr.) of Concepts of International Politics(Prentice-Hall). He has served in various capacities in national and internationalorganizations concerned with global issues. He is Chairpersonof the Center for Cooperative Global Development and Presidentof the Center for Mediterranean Studies. Professor Said has been anactive participant in Arab-Israeli peace dialogues.
GLOBAL THINKING— A Call for Reinvestment in Sacred Values—
Stephen Nachmanovitch and Abdul Aziz Said
1. We live in a time when we risk making our world uninhabitable.threat, to look for “causes.” But in the situation we face today, wemust look inward as well as outward. We are coming to realizethat our whole approach to Earth’s problems needs to be altered:even the best-informed and best-intentioned attempts to improvethings often end up making them worse. The worldwide ecological
crisis, of which the nuclear weapons threat is only the mostobvious of many interrelated facets, is fundamentally a crisis ofmind and spirit.
Our technological abilities are advancing exponentially withtime. Our moral and spiritual abilities are not. In the course ofevolution human beings have become the custodians of life onearth; but we threaten the very existence of life unless we can correctour own lopsided development. We might wish that we couldpress a magical button that would eliminate all weapons of massdestruction from this planet. But if we can not change our owndeeply ingrained habits of thinking, feeling, sensing, and acting that
gave birth to those weapons in the first place, the weapons wouldbe recreated in short order. By habit we think of national securityin terms of military forces and capabilities. By habit we think that



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