What is peace?

On the nature of peace

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Peace. It radiates neither within nor without, but both — equally and imperceptibly. There is no mood intrinsically associated with peace. All moods can accompany peace, either individually, all at once, or occur sporadically. In other words, peace is not something that can be typically sustained for long. Training is required for such prolonging. Without training — the repetition of some difficult…

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Philosophy MA Student @ The CUNY Graduate Center

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