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close this bookThe Self and the Other: Sustainability and Self-Empowerment (WB, 1996, 76 p.)
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1. Dom Pedro Casadaliga, I Believe in Justice and in Hope.

2. Henri Parens with Elizabeth Scattergood and others, Aggression in Our Children: Coping with It Constructively (Northvale, NJ.: Jason Aronson Press, 1987, 1993, 1994). For the additional Parens references, readers can contact Henri Parens directly, as listed in Appendix B.

3. Lawrence F. Salmen, Listen to the People: Participant-Observer Evaluation of Development Projects (New York: Oxford University Press, 1987).

4. Ismail Serageldin, Sustainability and the Wealth of Nations: First Steps in an Ongoing Journey, Environmentally Sustainable Development Studies and Monographs Series no. 5 (Washington, D.C.: World Bank, 1996), forthcoming also in Arabic.

5. me literal translation of e-sho fu-ni is: "body and shadow" are "two but not two." The concept refers to the inseparability of person and environment. "Environment" in this sense encompasses the three realms that beings inhabit simultaneously: the natural environment, the social environment, and the individual environment (their own bodies).