ORGANIZATION - This paper is organized into three sections. In the first Iwill analyze selected categorizations of peace concepts as a short cut tosampling peace concepts in the literature, and I will extract the two paradigmsfrom them. In the second, I will present Wilber's (1983, 1985, 1986)transpersonal sociology and locate the peace paradigms in it. In the finalsection I will attempt to show how we can move from the Popular paradigm to theNuminar one.
PURPOSE - This paper tries to clarify our concepts of peace and to expandthe range of our peace thinking by identifying additional and possibly moreadequate concepts. In thispaper my main purposes are to 1) analyze somecategorizations of peace concepts, 2) extract two paradigms of peace conceptsfrom those categorizations and, 3) provide a theo- retical basis for thoseparadigms. These paradigms are broad categories of peace concepts that arebased in differ- ent peace orientations. Not all peace concepts will fit easilyinto one paradigm or the other. But most do.
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GUNNAR JOHNSON - With the clear purpose of adding intellectual depth tothe field of peace studies, Johnson (1976) presents three major concepts ofpeace, abstracts elements of these concepts into theoretical categories, thenexplores the scientific, ethical and political uses of these concepts. For the purposes of this paper I will discuss only his major concepts.