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Dr. Hubert Kleinpeter has made significant contributions to the field of social studies on civilization and the human condition. He delves into the complexities of societal structures and the underlying currents of chaos that emerge from them in an exploration of topics often considered taboo, providing insights into paradoxical society. These publications reflect extensive research on the human condition serving as lived knowledge advocating ethical governance with practices, and education based on producing open-source knowledge as foundational to peaceful human progress.


VOLUME II

An encyclopedic dictionary for rethinking 21st century views on the development of institutions of family, religion, economy, and state. Observations interpreted by the Foundations of Knowledge drawn from religion, ideology, philosophy, social science and theories, collectively, metaphysical streams of thought explaining paradoxes and dysfunctions that are uncomfortably accurate.

A focus on word definitions unlocking curable realities. The vice of disingenuous ambitions and motives of personages, and institutional actors, are sources of failed governance – corporatist states engineering problems designed to institutionalize the power of public and private domains that create barriers to initiatives to improve society.

Subject: Studies on Civilization; Period: Early 21st Century; Length: 898 pages; Entries: 1,303; Figures: 31; Tables: 2; Illustrations: 27; Footnotes & Subject Index.

THE TABOO DICTIONARY
FORBIDDEN GROUND A TO Z
Hubert Kleinpeter
ISBN: 978-1-5246-1904-6 © 2016

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Contents reflect the views of the author. Publications archived at Cambridge and Oxford Libraries are classified as Social Psychology Studies on Civilization.


VOLUME I

Twenty-one chapters that speak to the frustrations of disempowered people. A mix of social criticism, metaphysics, and personal experiences on the intimacy of violence.

Society built on militarism, manufactured psychologies, crusading religions, genocidal impulses masked by culture, and governed by autocratic rule, are societies plagued with life built on chaotic realities of its' own making - a source of change - yet unchanged in a moral character that suffers itself with fear and envy.

Given the psychological malaise crippling society - perceptions and positions dominated by a paranoiac, social psychosis based on fear, leads to destruction. Yet awareness of this truth, does unleash the creativity of those seeking the means of life - economic posterity.

Subject: Studies on Civilization; Period: Early 21st Century; Length: 728 pages; Illustrations: 37; Footnotes & Subject Index.

TWISTED SOCIETY
ENGINEERED CHAOS
Hubert Kleinpeter
ISBN: 978-1-4490-8936-8 © 2010

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Contents reflect the views of the author. Publications archived at Cambridge and Oxford Libraries are classified as Social Psychology Studies on Civilization.

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