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Nuclear Mentality

Lynn Barnett

Nuclear Mentality

A Psychosocial Analysis of the Arms Race

by Lynn Barnett

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Published by Pluto Pr .
Written in

  • Sociology, Social Studies,
  • Congresses,
  • Nuclear disarmament,
  • Nuclear warfare,
  • Psychological aspects

  • The Physical Object
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7955069M
    ISBN 100745303935
    ISBN 109780745303932

    In the years since the fall of the Soviet Union in , an era that Yale SOM strategy expert Paul Bracken calls the second nuclear age, the world has become multipolar, with a growing number of nuclear powers, including Pakistan, North Korea, India, and Israel, joining Russia, China, and the United States and its Cold War allies the UK and France.   The Genocidal Mentality: Nazi Holocaust and Nuclear Threat Though this book rests on a questionable premise--that there is a common explanation for why some people could murder tens of millions during World War II and why other people can build and plan for nuclear wars--it nonetheless raises painful and disturbing questions and tries to explain how men and women can live normal lives .

      Please explain - what part of physics are you interested in? Quantum? Particle? Fusion? Technical focused? Concept focused? Good general physics books I have read: 1. "Whose Afraid of Schrodingers' cat?" By Danah Zohar, This book is dat. Nuclearism is the ideology of nuclear weaponry and nuclear arms-based security. It is the most depraved, shameless, and costly pornography of our times. In their book, The Genocidal Mentality.

      Titled The Button, the book focuses on US-Russia nuclear dilemmas, but briefly confronts the Iranian nuclear dilemma. “Rejoining the deal is better than not rejoining it,” Perry continued.   Bolton's book revealed the president planned to announce he removing the United States out of the Iran nuclear deal on May 7, 'Bolton's book, .

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Mind-sets have histories, and the history of genocidal mentality includes struggles with the 20th century emergence of aviation technology, atomic weaponry, and the bomb. From the American side, that history can be traced in relation to attitudes and policies of the presidential administrations from the time of WWII to the by:   Abstract This book is interesting, frightening, wise, and important.

In another highly provocative collaborative effort, this time with sociologist Eric Markusen, psychiatrist Robert Jay Lifton has succeeded in warning citizens of the world not to fall asleep on nuclear weapons by: 1.

Patriarchy and the nuclear mentality --The effects of nuclear development on women --Women in the nuclear industry --Women speaking out --Future directions: eco-feminism --Acting on our visions.

Other Titles: Handbook for women on the nuclear mentality: Responsibility: by Susan Koen and Nina Swaim. In the first five chapters of Lifton and Markusens The Genocidal Mentality, the authors put forth a compelling argument that a genocidal mindset has rooted itself in the modern worlds psyche as a result of the development and proliferation of nuclear weapons.

This danger is quite real, and has not dissipated, despite the end of the Cold War/5. Print book: English: 3rd print., View all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Nuclear energy -- Social aspects -- United States. Nuclear energy -- Moral and ethical aspects -- United States.

Women -- Political activity -- United States. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. The Nuclear Mentality: An Outgrowth of the Masculine Mentality1 Diana E.

Russell Mills College ABSTRACT Evidence will be offered in support of the thesis that nuclear war is the ultimate act of violence. Since men in patriarchal culture have been and my book Rape in Marriage, ) The following are two examples of the male pattern.

An interview with Panda about his new book, With North Korea’s offensively oriented nuclear strategy and “ambush” mentality, the perils of poor command and control are dire.

I try to. This is a list of books about nuclear are non-fiction books which relate to uranium mining, nuclear weapons and/or nuclear power. American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer (); The Angry Genie: One Man's Walk Through the Nuclear Age (); The Atom Besieged: Extraparliamentary Dissent in France and Germany ().

In his new book Bunker: Building for the End Times, Bradley Garrett, an American “experimental geographer” and “urban explorer”, sets out if not to answer this question, then at least to.

Fukushima wasn’t a “Japanese” nuclear accident—it was an accident that happened to occur in Japan. In fact, if exposed to similarly complex challenges, all 99 operating reactors in the United States would likely have similar outcomes.

Worse, Japanese and U.S. regulators share a mindset that severe, supposedly “low probability” accidents are unlikely and not worth the cost and time. The following essay is a revised, expanded, footnoted, and illustrated version of an article that was first published in Dawn.

Seventy-five years ago, the Second World War came to a close and the world was thrust into the Atomic Age when the United States dropped nuclear bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and [ ].

Building on his earlier studies (The Future of Immortality, The Nazi Doctors, etc.), Lifton—writing with Markusen (Sociology/Carthage College)—here formulates a novel—if overblown—analogy between Nazi medical experiments and nuclear weapons research.

Although the authors carefully circumscribe their analogy with caveats, they nevertheless conclude that nuclear-weapons designers share. Taking heart from examples such as Taylor’s, the authors find that mentality “neither biologically ordained nor intractable.” As the book’s subtitle suggests, however, “Nazi Holocaust and nuclear.

Purchase Nuclear Energy - 8th Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNI have shared recently how jarring it was to revise the text of my book Revolution!, first published in and now being released in updated form for October The full, new title is: Revolution: An Urgent Call to a Holy Uprising, and every word of that title is meant g less than a gospel-based, moral and cultural revolution will turn the tide, and the message and call are.

This alarming news made me reread the book by Robert Jay Lifton and Eric Markusen: The Genocidal Mentality – Nazi Holocaust and Nuclear Threat, which a friend from MIT had given me about 10 years ago. It states that we are all bystanders of the nuclear arms race just like the Germans during WW II, with the difference that the genocide of the.

@article{osti_, title = {The genocidal mentality}, author = {Lifton, R J and Markusen, E}, abstractNote = {Nuclear numbing, a term used by the authors, is defined as psychological conditioning that leads us to consider the possibility of nuclear war as something natural and may make it easier for the nuclear threshold to be crossed.

Books about nuclear war are, to many people, the founding cornerstones of post apocalyptic all, it was the dawning of the nuclear age that brought the possibility of imminent catastrophe to the forefront of the public consciousness, a time when total atomic annihilation seemed never more than a button-push "golden age" of post apocalyptic fiction birthed and inspired.

Nukespeak: Nuclear Language, Visions and Mindset is a book by Stephen Hilgartner, Richard C. Bell and Rory O'Connor. This book is a concise history of nuclear weapons and nuclear power in the United States, with special emphasis on the language of the "nuclear mindset".

Pandemic: Like nuclear war, a great pandemic has the possibility of fostering chaos and loss of control by the administration. During a crisis like this, people adopt an "every man for himself" mentality which makes it hard for any government to maintain control. He is extraordinarily qualified to write about nuclear weapon policies.

The book is an updated version of the edition. It is comprehensive and covers the decision processes of every U.S. administration with regards to nuclear weapons, nuclear arms control, non proliferation and nuclear disarmament. "The return of Cold War mindset in.The evolving genocidal mentality -- 3.

Genocidal ideology: trauma and cure -- 4. Science, technology, and totalism -- 5. Professionals -- 6. Momentum toward genocide -- 7.

Deterrence and dissociation -- 8. Victims -- 9. A species mentality Examines the cast of mind that created and maintains the nuclear threat and suggests an alternative direction. In the book, the two authors make the case that “today’s military leaders have learned the wrong lessons from the Cold War and are keeping the most dangerous aspects of US nuclear .