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Introduction
Prophets of Israel
Chinese Sages
Upanishads and Yoga
Mahavira and Buddha
Greek Philosophers and Aristophanes
Stoic Philosophers
Jesus and the Early Christians
Zarathushtra, Mani, and the Cathars
Sufis, Philosophers, and Nanak
Francesco and Bonaventure
Dante, Marsilius, and Petrarch
Magna Carta to Wyclif
Erasmus, Anabaptists, and Mennonites
International Law Pioneers
Quakers: Fox and Penn's Holy Experiment
Peace Plans of Rousseau, Bentham, and Kant
Abolitionists, Emerson, and Thoreau
Bahá'u'lláh and 'Abdu'l-Bahá on World Peace
Tolstoy on the Law of Love
Suffragettes and Women's Rights

History of Peace - Volume 1

GUIDES TO PEACE AND JUSTICE

FROM ANCIENT SAGES

TO THE SUFFRAGETTES

TOPICS

Preface

Introduction

Prophets of Israel

Amos and Hosea
Isaiah and Micah
Zephaniah, Nahum, and Habakkuk
Jeremiah
Ezekiel and Babylonian Isaiah
Hillel and Philo of Alexandria

Chinese Sages

Lao-zi
Confucius
Mo-zi
Mencius

Upanishads and Yoga

Early Upanishads
Kena, Katha, Isha, and Mundaka Upanishads
Later Upanishads
Samkhya and Yoga

Mahavira and Buddha

Mahavira
Gautama Siddartha
Buddha
Teachings of Buddha
Dhammapada
Ashoka

Greek Philosophers and Aristophanes

Pythagoras
Empedocles and Socrates
Comedies of Aristophanes
Diogenes
Apollonius of Tyana

Stoic Philosophers

Zeno
Seneca
Dio Chrysostom
Plutarch
Epictetus

Jesus and the Early Christians

Jesus the Christ
James, Clement, and Justin Martyr
Tertullian
Origen
Lactantius

Sufis, Philosophers, and Nanak

Rabi'a, Al-Hallaj, Gilani, and Suhrawardi
Al-Kindi, Al-Razi, Saadia, and Miskawayh
Ibn Hazm and Ibn Gabirol
Poets Sana'i and 'Attar
Rumi's Masnavi and Discourses
Kabir and His Mystical Poetry
Nanak and the Sikhs

Zarathushtra, Mani, and the Cathars

Zarathushtra
Mani
Cathars and the Inquisition

Francesco and Bonaventure

Arnold of Brescia and Peter Valdes
Hildegard of Bingen
Francesco of Assisi
Bonaventure

Dante, Marsilius, and Petrarch

Dante on One Government
Defender of Peace by Marsilius
Petrarch's Humanism

Magna Carta to Wyclif

Langton and the Great Charter
Roger Bacon and Moral Philosophy
Chaucer's "Tale of Melibeus"
Gower's Poetry
Wyclif and the English Bible

Erasmus, Anabaptists, and Mennonites

Jan Hus
Chelcicky's Nonviolence
Erasmus on Peace
Anabaptists
Hutterites
Menno Simons and Mennonites

International Law Pioneers

Las Casas on the Spanish Conquest
Vitoria and Suarez
Crucé's Peace Plan
Grotius on the Law of War and Peace
Pufendorf, Wolff, and Vattel

Quakers: Fox and Penn's Holy Experiment

George Fox
William Penn
Holy Experiment in Pennsylvania
Penn's Peace Plan

Peace Plans of Rousseau, Bentham, and Kant

Saint-Pierre's Peace Plan
Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Jeremy Bentham
Immanuel Kant

Abolitionists, Emerson, and Thoreau

Channing on War
American Peace Society
Abolitionists and Garrison's Nonresistance
Emerson's Transcendentalism
Thoreau's Civil Disobedience

Bahá'u'lláh and 'Abdu'l-Bahá on World Peace

Bahá'u'lláh
'Abdu'l-Bahá

Tolstoy on the Law of Love

Tolstoy's Literary Career
Tolstoy on Nonviolence and Love

Suffragettes and Women's Rights

Vindication of the Rights of Woman
Women's Rights Pioneers and Grimké Sisters
Mrs. Stanton, Susan Anthony, and Lucy Stone
Mill, Pankhursts, and British Suffragettes
Carrie Catt and Alice Paul

Bibliography

Chronology of Peacemaking

HISTORY OF PEACE Contents

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