Monday, 6 February 2012
There is a new book out by Richard Sennett, an American sociologist who rose to prominence with a book called The Fall of Public Man (1977). In this new book, Together: The Rituals, Pleasures, and Politics of Cooperation (2012) he writes about (from the blurb):
Sennett contends that cooperation is a craft, and the foundations for skillful cooperation lie in learning to listen well and discuss rather than debate.
Sounds very much like a description of Quaker practice wouldn't you say?
Might be worth a look.
Posted by Tim Neal at 10:45