Mathematical Analysis of the Nobel Peace Lectures

This book examines the Nobel Peace lectures for uses of affection, attention, affiliation and time. Those lectures contain a rich pool of material describing advanced concepts for social maturity. The recurring themes are calls for world police, elaborated treaties, mutually beneficial agreements and optimism about our future.

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Published: July 09, 2012

Words: 24,360

Language: English

ISBN: 9781452486840

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