Index of member publications 1986-1987

Index Of Member Publications December, 1986-December, 1987

These papers are available at no charge from the Bulletin. A contribution to cover costs of of printing and mailing is appreciated.

  • Christian Bay, Human Rights, Political Obligation and Legitimation Theory
  • Hans Blumenfeld, Does Deterrence Deter War?
  • Ken Burkhardt, Foundations and Applications of General Systems Theory with a Focus on Science Education
  • Frank Chalk & Kurt Jonassohn, A Typology of Genocide and Some Implications for the Human Rights Agenda
  • Carol Cohn, Sex & Death in the Rational World of Defense Intellectuals
  • Phyllis Creighton, Brief to the Interfaith Hearings on Nuclear Issues
  • Chandler Davis
    • Sociobiology’s Claim to Explain Humanity
    • La sociobiologie et son explication de l’humanité
    • Background to Funding
    • Issues in the American Math Society
  • Walter Dorn, The United Nations, Nuclear Disarmament and BGOs
  • Michael Duguay, In Search of Schroedinger’s Cat, 1987
  • William Epstein
    • Nuclear Testing, Illusion and Reality
    • Is Canada Joining the Arms Race?
  • Eric Fawcett and Derek Paul, Conventional and Chemical Disarmament as Confidence building Measures Leading to Nuclear Disarmament
  • Arthur Forer, Chemical and Biological Weapons
  • Franklyn Griffiths, New Thinking in the Kremlin
  • David Horwood and Peter Grogono, Star Wars
  • George Ignatieff
    • Has Containment Worked?
    • Vision of a Nuclear-Free Canada
  • William Klassen, Science and Religion: Partners for Peace
  • Robert Malcolmson
    • The Pursuit of Security in the Nuclear Age
    • Nuclear Weapons and the Averting of War
  • Barry O’Neill, Game Theory and the Study of the Deterrence of War
  • David Parnas, Star Wars, Dream or Nightmare?
  • Derek Paul, Peace Research
  • Anatol Rapoport
    • Perspectives on the Study of Conflict
    • The Redemption of Science
  • Floyd Rudmin, Anti-War Psychologists: August Forel
  • Stephen Salaff
    • Canada and Yellow Rain: Time for Re-evaluation
    • Better Trade with Russia
  • Dieter Senghaas, Transcending Collective Violence, the Civilizing Process and the Peace Problem
  • Elizabeth Wilton, On the Role of the United Nations with Reference to Canada
  • Murray Wilton, An Open Letter to the Hon. Daniel Inouye
  • Walter Zessner, Technological Utopianism: Towards a Dynamic Analysis of Paradoxical Relations between Visionary and Utopian Ideations

Books Authored Or Edited By Members, 1987

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  • Hans Blumenfeld, Life Begins at 65: The not Entirely Candid Autobiography of a Drifter
  • Archie Harms and Douglas Wyman, Mathematics and Physics of Neutron Radiography
  • Leonard Johnson, A General for Peace
  • Walter Dorn, Peace Keeping Satellites
    The Bulletin has a consignment of this book. Make checks payable to PRI-Dundas. $8.00.
  • Pierre LaPlante and Joseph Levy, La Fait: Nouvelles Avenues
  • Thames Perry and James Foulks, End the Arms Race, Fitnd Human Needs
  • Translated from the Russian by Anatol Rapoport: Yu. B. Germeier, Non-Antagonistic Games
  • Dieter Senghaas, Die Zukunft Ettropas: Trobleme der Friedensgestaltung
  • A.H. Weatherley and H.S. Gill, The Biology of Fish Growth

Bulletin Publications 1987

  • 1987 Annual Meeting Report Membership Brochure
  • Special Report #1: Walter Dorn, Satellite and Airborne Surveillance
  • Special Report #2: Paul LeBlond, Anatol Rapoport, et al, First Conference of Science for Peace Research and Education Directors
  • Special Report #3: T.C. Hutchinson and Julie Chouinard, Environmental and Agricultural Consequences of a Major Nuclear Power Plant Accident
  • Special Report #4: Derek Paul and Bryan Southern, Radioactive Air Monitoring: A Survey of Ontario
  • Walter Dorn, A Directory of Canadian Scientific Expertise: Peace and Security Aspects

Past Publications Still Available (from the 1986 Brochure)

  • Simon Dalby. Issues in Education and Culture: On Teaching Peace
    This publication should be ordered directly from Continuing Studies, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, B.C. V5A 1S6 $2.00
  • Gaston Fischer, Are There Other Civilizations in the Universe with Whom We May Hope to Establish Contact? (Also in French)
  • Ursula Franklin
    • New Approaches to Understanding Technology
    • Knowledge Reconsidered: A Feminist Overview
  • Franklyn Griffiths, Through the One-Way Glass: Mutual Perceptions in Relations between the US and USSR
  • George Ignatieff
    • A Strategy for Survival
    • Peace Studies and the University
  • Robert Malcolmson, Defending Against Nuclear Weapons: Promises and Perils
  • Barry O’Neill
    • A Measure of Crisis Instability
    • Applications of a Crisis
    • Instability Index
  • Andrew Pakula, Perceptual Factors in East-West Conflict
  • Derek Paul
    • Radioactive Air Monitoring
    • The Responsibility of Scientists and SDI
  • J.M. Pearson, The Canadian North and a Possible Canadian Influence on US Defence Policy
  • Anatol Rapoport
    • Preparation for Nuclear War, the Final Madness
    • The Peace Capacity Of the Superpowers
    • The Technological Imperative
    • A Possible Role of Universities in the Preservation of Peace
    • Subjective Aspects of Risk
    • Conflict Escalation and Conflict Dynamics
    • Maintaining a Chronic State of War
    • Game Theory, The Contributions of Game Theory to Peace Research and Applications of Game Theoretic Concepts in Biology
    • The Two Cultures
  • Luis Sobrino, et al
    • The Cruise Missile: A Canadian Perspective
    • CFMETR: Ethical and Moral Considerations
    • The U.S. SDI: Should Canada Participate?
  • Michael Wallace, Accidental Nuclear War, A Risk Assessment
  • Derek Paul and Gwen McGrenere, editors, Defending Europe
    This book is on consignment from the publisher at a special rate: $14. Make checks to Science for Peace.

Over the past year the editor and the Publications Committee have recommended other material not written by Science for Peace members. Look for a list of these publications and a resource list in a forthcoming Bulletin.

A number of members, libraries and interested non-members who make regular use of the Bulletin’s publications recommendations make special contributions to the Publications Program, for which they receive income tax receipts.