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Jaques, E. Cason, K. (2006). Root Values for a Global One-world: Darwinian Biology and Social Etymology. Int. J. Appl. Psychoanal. Stud., 3(4):299-307.

(2006). International Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies, 3(4):299-307

Root Values for a Global One-world: Darwinian Biology and Social Etymology

Elliott Jaques and Kathryn Cason

Global terrorism can harm anyone anywhere. It is imperative that we shift to a commonly shared system of powerful primary values which will determine basic behavior so as to enable us to live together in mutual trust. The untestable belief systems that have created terrorism and other divisive wars must be replaced by a testable science-based, trust-inducing system of values.

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