Tag Archives: Simon Baron Cohen

Conflict: Top Ten Contemporary Thinkers Behind This Blog

I thought it would be fun to list out some of the contemporary intellectual thinkers who have fed the thinking of this blog, in roughly the order I discovered them and started using their approaches in this context: William Ury*, … Continue reading

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Top Ten Recent Books that Throw Light on Conflict

Well I guess it is the time of year for book lists, though whether you want these as gifts…These are the books I have read this year that throw most light on conflict and on my particular focus these days: … Continue reading

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Conflict Book Review: Simon Baron Cohen: The Science of Evil: On Empathy and the Origins of Cruelty

I met Simon Baron Cohen in Trinity College, Cambridge in 2004 as part of my exploration of the role of empathy (and lack of it or autism) in my field of conflict research. He is an extraordinary person to discuss … Continue reading

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