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The View from Prague

The Expectations of World Leaders at the Dawn of the 21st Century

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The View from Prague by Vaclav Havel
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This work is the result of the Forum 2000 conferences initiated by Vaclav Havel and Elie Wiesel. The book is based mainly on the first five conferences which were held in Prague from 1997. The first essay written by Vaclav Havel deals with spiritual preconditions of the global survival of humankind, and the second one is the quintessence of Havel's views on the world which we have inherited as well as his views on our hopes for the future. The book closes with Havel's personal reflection on the deeper meaning and aim of the Forum 2000 meetings. Subsequent chapters analyze and interpret the ideas that were expressed by the speakers and interlocutors of the first five conferences in which they tried to identify and understand the primary issues facing mankind globally. Reflections deal with the main dimensions of globalization and with their synchronicities as well as asynchronicities based on the quintessences of the annual conference reports.

Author Biography

Ji i Musil is Professor of Sociology at Charles University, Prague. Toma' Vrba is editor, translator, journalist. Before 1989 publisher of independent underground literature (poetry, history, philosophy), currently head of Czech News Agency Council and professor at the New York University in Prague. Vaclav Havel is a writer and playwright, President of Czechoslovakia and later the Czech Republic between 1989-2003.
Release date NZ
April 30th, 2007
Author
Contributors
Edited by Jiri Musil Edited by Tomas Vrba
Country of Publication
Hungary
Illustrations
10 pages in colour
Imprint
Central European University Press
Pages
288
Dimensions
161x228x16
ISBN-13
9789637326950
Product ID
5769414

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