An Experience of International Terrorism: Reflections on the Meanings of September 11th

in Journal of Phenomenological Psychology
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Abstract

This lecture, delivered in the "Transcending Tragedy" series at Fordham University in New York City, in February, 2002, presents reflections on the recent experience of international terrorism. A temporal unfolding of meanings experienced during and after the September 11th attacks is described beginning with that fateful morning and concluding with the changed post-9/11 world. This analysis reveals the fragility and plasticity of the social dimension of individual experience as well as our responsibility to create a global order of peace in the face of inimical difference.

An Experience of International Terrorism: Reflections on the Meanings of September 11th

in Journal of Phenomenological Psychology

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