Hope in the 21st Century

Hope in the 21st Century
edited by John L. Hochheimer

ISBN: 978-1-904710-33-2

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Contents

Introduction
John L. Hochheimer

Tracing Hope in the Philosophies of History
Fotini Vaki

Hope and Historical Consciousness
Richard Nelson

The Promise and Problems of Hope
Kenneth Seeskin

Religion Beyond Religion: A. N. Whitehead and the Advancement of Civilisation
Kenneth Masong

The Divine Experience in Lagerkvist’s Works as the Embodiment of the Quest for Hopeful Existence
Anna Zebialowicz

Cultivating Hope: Simone Weil, metaxu, and a Literature of the Divine
Christine Howe

Ha-Tikva: The Concept of Hope in Jewish History
Yoram Lubling

Hope in the Age of Genetics
Daphna Birenbaum-Carmeli

Fostering Hope in a Psychiatric Hospital
Kelley A. Raab

Children’s Experiences of Family Violence in Aotearoa/New Zealand: A Manifesto for Hope
Jennifer Infanti

Communication Education and the Human Spirit: Notes Towards a Pedagogy of Hope
John L. Hochheimer

Assessment of Hope – The Process of Constructing a Gender-Sensitive Scale for Hope Within a South African Context
David JF Maree and Marinda Maree

An Open Future for Indigenous Law in South Africa? Hope for a Constitutional Dialogue
David Taylor

The Truth and Reconciliation Commissionas a Role Model for Hope
Sandra Pilowski

Whiteness and the Displacement of Hope: South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission and J.M. Coetzee’s Disgrace
Victoria Burrows

What Is Still to be Found in Pandora’s Box?
Vardan Torosian

Notes on Contributors