And Now a Word About Secular Humanism, Spirituality, and the Practice of Justice and Conflict Resolution
University of California Irvine, School of Law; Georgetown University Law Center
Georgetown Public Law Research Paper No. 288804
This essay is a Commentary appearing in a Symposium on the Practice of Law and Spiritual Values and suggests that "secular humanism," including non-conventional religions (like Ethical Culture) and political movements (for civil rights, feminism, social justice) also constitute a form of human "spirituality" that has and can inform practices in conflict and dispute resolution. This personal essay describes how such religious, political and spiritual "movements" have informed Professor Menkel-Meadow's professional mediational theory and practice.
Note: This is a description of the paper and not the actual abstract.
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Date posted: November 4, 2001