Blog Series: 10 Big Ideas on Peace and Justice – In Celebration of the Life and Legacy of Morton Deutsch
Look below for the 10-part blog series on major contributions from Morton Deutsch!
In honor of Morton Deutsch—an eminent psychologist, Columbia University professor, mentor extraordinaire, and one of the founders of the field of conflict resolution— our co-Executive Director Peter T. Coleman has selected ten of Deutsch’s most significant scientific contributions to highlight and describe in a series of weekly blog posts, running on Psychology Today and Huffington Post.
The first of these weekly posts written by Peter T. Coleman was just published this week, and a new blog will be posted each week over the next ten weeks through Thursday, October 12. Once the posts are released, then we will include them in the list below— check back for updates and links on forthcoming blogs! You can also follow us on social media for more of our updates!
Ten Major Scientific Contributions
Promoting a More Just, Peaceful and Sustainable World
The Legacy of Morton Deutsch
Written by Peter T. Coleman
1. World Peace: How to Keep Nations from Engaging in Global Thermonuclear Warfare and Destroying the Planet?
Published Aug 10, 2017
2. What Leads to Cooperation and Competition?
Published Aug 17, 2017
3. Understanding Conflict: How Conflict is like Sex
Published Aug 24, 2017
4. When Does Conflict Move in a Good or Bad Direction?
Published Aug 31, 2017
5. What Are the Fundamental Dimensions of Social Relationships?
Published Sept 7, 2017
6. A Grand Theory of Personality and Environment
Published Sept 14, 2017
Throughout his long and illustrious career, Deutsch remained committed to promoting a more just, peaceful and sustainable world. To read more about his life and work, please visit: http://icccr.tc.columbia.edu/founder-morton-deutsch/