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The international library of leadership, editors, J. Thomas Wren, Douglas A. Hicks, Terry L. Price

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The international library of leadership
Title
The international library of leadership
Statement of responsibility
editors, J. Thomas Wren, Douglas A. Hicks, Terry L. Price
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
'The International Library of Leadership' brings together in one place the most significant writings on leadership, the process by which groups, organizations and societies seek to achieve their perceived needs and objectives
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
HD57.7
LC item number
.I577 2004
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • 1950-
  • 1966-
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  • Wren, J. Thomas
  • Hicks, Douglas A
  • Price, Terry L.
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  • Elgar mini series
  • Elgar reference collection
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  • Leadership
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Label
The international library of leadership, editors, J. Thomas Wren, Douglas A. Hicks, Terry L. Price
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • v. 1. Traditional classics on leadership -- v. 2. Modern classics on leadership -- v. 3. New perspectives on leadership
  • The republic (471c-474b and 484a-502c) -- Thomas Aquinas,
  • On the government of rulers (book I, prologue and chapters 1-4) -- Niccolo Machiavelli,
  • The prince (chapters XV-XIX) -- Adam Smith,
  • The theory of moral sentiments (part VI, section II, chapter II) -- John Stuart Mill,
  • Considerations on representative government (from chapter III) -- Christine de Pizan,
  • The book of the three virtues (chapters 8-10) -- Virginia Woolf,
  • A room of one's own (chapter six) -- Sigmund Freud,
  • Moses and monotheism (section Ii, I-IV) -- pt. 3. THE NATURE OF LEGITIMATE AUTHORITY. John Calvin,
  • Institutes of the Christian religion (book IV, chapter XX, sections I-XIII and XXII-XXXII) -- James I, King of England, 'The
  • trew law of free monarchies' -- The Levellers, from 'An
  • V.1. pt. 1. THE MORAL PURPOSE OF LEADERSHIP. Plato,
  • agreement of the people' -- Thomas Hobbes,
  • Leviathan (chapters XIII, XIV and XVII) -- John Locke,
  • Two treatises of civil government (book II, chapters VIII-XI) -- David Hume,
  • Essays: moral and political (Essay XII) -- pt. 4. THE STATUS OF FOLLOWERS. Niccolo Machiavelli,
  • Discourses on Livy (book I, chapter LVIII) -- Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, from
  • The phenomenology of mind -- Mary Wollstonecraft,
  • A vindication of the rights of women (from chapter IV) -- Elizabeth Cady Stanton, '
  • Address to the American Equal Rights Association' -- Ralph Waldo Emerson, '
  • Man the reformer' -- John Dewey,
  • Democracy and education (chapter VII) -- pt. 5. CHALLENGES TO AUTHORITY. Philippe Duplessis-Mornay, from
  • The republic (336b-347e) -- Aristotle,
  • A defence of liberty against tyrants -- Karl Marx and Frederick Engels, from
  • Manifesto of the Communist Party -- David Walker,
  • David Walker's appeal (article III) -- Henry David Thoreau,
  • 'Civil disobedience' -- W.E.B. Du Bois,
  • The souls of black folk (chapter VI)
  • Politics (1280a-1284b) -- Jean-Jacques Rousseau,
  • The social contract (book I) -- Immanuel Kant, 'An
  • answer to the question: "what is enlightenment?"
  • ' -- James Madison,
  • The federalist (number X) -- Friedrich Nietzsche,
  • The genealogy of morals (second essay, sections 17-25) -- pt. 2. IDEAL LEADERSHIP. Plato,
  • January, 35-71 -- pt. 4. BEHAVIOR THEORY. Kurt Lewin, Ronald Lippitt and Ralph K. White (1939), '
  • Patterns of aggressive behavior in experimentally created "social climates"',
  • Journal of social psychology -- Andrew W. Halpin and B. James Winer (1957), 'A
  • factorial study of the leader behavior descriptions'
  • in Ralph M. Stogdill and Alvin E. Coons (eds),
  • Leader behavior: its description and measurement, chapter III -- David G. Bowers and Stanley E. Seashore (1966), '
  • Predicting organizational effectiveness with a four-factor theory of leadership',
  • Administrative science quarterly -- Robert R. Blake and Jane Srygley Mouton (1964/1971), 'The
  • managerial dilemma'
  • in
  • V.2. pt. 1. THE NATURE OF LEADERSHIP. Bernard M. Bass (1990), '
  • The managerial grid: key orientations for achieving production through people, chapter two -- pt. 5. CONTINGENCY THEORIES. Fred E. Fielder (1972), '
  • How do you make leaders more effective? New answers to an old puzzle'
  • Organizational dynamics -- Robert J. House and Terence R. Mitchell (1974), '
  • Path-goal theory of leadership",
  • Joural of Contemporary Business -- Victor H. Vroom (1973), 'A
  • new look at managerial decision making',
  • Organizational dynamics,
  • managerial decision making -- pt. 6. TRANSACTIONAL APPROACHES. Edwin P. Hollander (1974), '
  • Processes of leadership emergence'
  • Journal of contemporary business -- George gRaen and James F. Cashman (1975), 'A
  • Concepts of leadership
  • role-making model of leadership in formal organizations: a developmental approach'
  • in james G. Hunt and Lars L. Larson (eds),
  • Leadership frontiers, section III -- pt. 7. TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP. Bernard M. Bass (1985), '
  • Leadership: good, better, best'
  • Organizational dynamics -- pt. 8. CHARISMATIC LEADERSHIP. Max Weber (1947/1964), '
  • Charismatic authority
  • ', in Talcott Parsons (ed.),
  • The theory of social and economic organization, chapter III, section IV -- Robert J. House (1977), 'A
  • 1976 theory of charismatic leadership
  • ', in James G. Hunt and Lars L. Larson (eds),
  • ', in Bass and Stogdill's
  • Leadership: the cutting edge: a symposium held at Southern Illinois University CArbondale, October 27-28, 1976, chapter 12 -- pt. 9. POWER APPROACHES. John R.P. French, Jr. and bErtram Raven (1959), 'The
  • bases of social power
  • ', in Dorwin Cartwright (ed.),
  • Studies in social power, chapter 9 -- Gary Yukl and cecilia M. Falbe (1990), '
  • Influence tactics and objectives in upward, downward, and lateral influence attempts
  • ', Journal of applied psychology -- pt. 10. COGNITIVE APPROACHES. Linda Smircich and Gareth Morgan (1982), '
  • Leadership: the management of meaning
  • ', Journal of applied behavioral science -- Bobby J. Calder (1977), 'An
  • attribution theory of leadership
  • ', in Barry M. Staw and Gerald R. Salancik (eds),
  • Handbook of leadership: theory, research and managerial applications -- pt. 2. EARLY APPROACHES. Frederick Winslow Taylor (1919), '
  • New directions in organizational behavior, chapter five -- pt. 11. ROLE OF FOLLOWERS. William Haythorn ... [et al.] (1956), 'The
  • effects of varying combinations of authoritarian and equalitarian leaders and followers
  • ', Journal of abnormal and social psychology -- Charles N. Greene (1975), 'The
  • reciprocal nature of influence between leader and subordinate
  • ', Journal of applied psychology -- pt. 12. LEADER SUBSTITUTES. Steven Kerr and John M. Jermier (1978), '
  • Substitutes for leadership: their meaning and measurement
  • ', Organization behavior and human performance -- pt. 13. ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE. Edgar H. Schein (1983), 'The
  • role of the founder in creating organizational culture
  • ', Organizational dynamics -- pt. 14. GENDER AND LEADERSHIP. Alice H. Eagly and Blair T. Johnson (1990), '
  • Gender and leadership style: a meta-analysis
  • Fundamentals of scientific management', in
  • ', Psychological bulletin
  • The principles of scientific management, Chapter I. -- pt. 3. TRAIT THEORY. Ralph M. Stogdill (1948), '
  • Personal factors associated with leadership: a survey of the literature",
  • Journal of psychology
  • ', in
  • Leading minds: an anatomy of leadership, chapter 15 -- Robert K. Greenleaf (1970/1991), excerpt from
  • The servant as leader -- Peter M. Senge (1990), '"
  • Give me a lever long enough ... and single-handed I can move the world
  • "', in
  • The fifth discipline: the art and practice of the learning organization, chapter 1 -- pt. 2. POWER, AUTHORITY AND LEADERSHIP. Hannah ARendt (1951), 'The
  • totalitarian movement
  • ', in
  • The origins of totalitarianism, chapter eleven -- Bertrand Russell (1962), '
  • Leaders and followers
  • V.3. pt. 1. CONCEPTUALIZING LEADERSHIP. James MacGregor Burns (1978), '
  • ', in
  • Power: a new social analysis, chapter II -- Michel Foucault (1975/1979), excerpt from '
  • Panopticism
  • ', in
  • Discipline and punish: the birth of the prison, chapter 3 -- Jane Mansbridge (1996), '
  • Using power/fighting power: the polity
  • ', in Seyla Benhabib (ed.),
  • Democracy and difference: contesting the boundaries of the political, chapter three -- pt. 3. ETHICS, VALUES AND LEADERSHIP. Isaiah Berlin (1959/1990), 'The
  • pursuit of the ideal
  • ', in Henry Hardy (ed.),
  • Toward a general theory
  • The crooked timber of humanity: chapters in the history of ideas -- James MacGregor Burns (1978), 'The
  • structure of moral leadership
  • ', in
  • Leadership, chapter 2 -- Michael Walzer (1973), '
  • Political action: the problem of dirty hands
  • ', Philosphy and public affairs -- Thomas E. Hill, Jr. (1991), '
  • Servility and self-respect
  • ', in
  • Autonomy and self-respect, chapter I -- Norman Bowie (2000), 'A
  • Kantian theory of leadership
  • ', in
  • ', Leadership and organizational development journal -- Joanne B. Ciulla (1998), '
  • Leadership ethics: mapping the territory
  • ' in Joanne B. Ciulla (ed.),
  • Ethics, the heart of leadership, chapter 1 -- pt. 4. LEADERSHIP AND SOCIAL CHANGE. Martin Luther King, Jr. (1986), '
  • Letter from Birmingham City Jail
  • ', in James Melvin Washington (ed.),
  • A testament of hope: the essential writings of Martin Luther King, Jr., chapter 46 -- Clayborne Carson (1987), '
  • Martin Luther King, Jr.: charismatic leadership in a mass struggle
  • ', Journal of American history -- Paulo Freire (1970/2000), Chapter 1 from
  • Pedagogy of the oppressed
  • Leadership, chapter 16 -- Joseph C. Rost (1991), 'The
  • 30th anniversary ed. -- Richard A. Couto (1993), '
  • Narrative, free space, and political leadership in social movements
  • ', Journal of politics -- pt. 5. INCLUSION AND DEMOCRATIC LEADERSHIP. Benjamin R. Barber (1984), '
  • Strong democracy: politics as a way of living
  • ', in
  • Strong democracy: participatory politics for a new age, chapter six -- Ronald A. Heifetz (1994), '
  • On a razor's edge
  • ', in
  • Leadership without easy answers, chapter 6 -- Cornel West (1993), 'The
  • new cultural politics of difference
  • nature of leadership
  • ', in
  • Keeping faith: philosophy and race in America -- Anne Phillips (1993), '
  • Must feminists give up on liberal democracy?
  • ', in
  • Democracy and difference, chapter 6 -- Jean Lipman-Blumen (1992), '
  • Connective leadership, female leadership styles in the 21st-century workplace
  • ', Sociological perspectives -- pt. 6. INTERNATIONAL LEADERSHIP. Geert Hofstede (1980), '
  • Motivation, leadership, and organization: do American theories apply abroad?
  • ', Organizational dynamics -- Nancy J. Adler (1996), '
  • Global women political leaders: an invisible history, an increasingly important future
  • ', in
  • ', Leadership quarterly -- Robert J. House ... [et al.] (1999), '
  • Cultural influences on leadership and organizations: Project GLOBE
  • ', in William H. Mobley, M. Jocelyne Gessner and Val Arnold (eds.),
  • Advances in global leadership, volume 1 -- Martha C. Nussbaum (2003), '
  • Compassion and terror
  • ', Daedalus
  • Leadership for the twenty-first century, chapter 5 -- Howard Gardner with Emma Laskin (1995), '
  • Lessons from the past, implications for the future
Control code
54685898
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
3 v.
Isbn
9781843764038
Isbn Type
(cased : v. 3)
Lccn
2004043429
Other physical details
ill.
Label
The international library of leadership, editors, J. Thomas Wren, Douglas A. Hicks, Terry L. Price
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • v. 1. Traditional classics on leadership -- v. 2. Modern classics on leadership -- v. 3. New perspectives on leadership
  • The republic (471c-474b and 484a-502c) -- Thomas Aquinas,
  • On the government of rulers (book I, prologue and chapters 1-4) -- Niccolo Machiavelli,
  • The prince (chapters XV-XIX) -- Adam Smith,
  • The theory of moral sentiments (part VI, section II, chapter II) -- John Stuart Mill,
  • Considerations on representative government (from chapter III) -- Christine de Pizan,
  • The book of the three virtues (chapters 8-10) -- Virginia Woolf,
  • A room of one's own (chapter six) -- Sigmund Freud,
  • Moses and monotheism (section Ii, I-IV) -- pt. 3. THE NATURE OF LEGITIMATE AUTHORITY. John Calvin,
  • Institutes of the Christian religion (book IV, chapter XX, sections I-XIII and XXII-XXXII) -- James I, King of England, 'The
  • trew law of free monarchies' -- The Levellers, from 'An
  • V.1. pt. 1. THE MORAL PURPOSE OF LEADERSHIP. Plato,
  • agreement of the people' -- Thomas Hobbes,
  • Leviathan (chapters XIII, XIV and XVII) -- John Locke,
  • Two treatises of civil government (book II, chapters VIII-XI) -- David Hume,
  • Essays: moral and political (Essay XII) -- pt. 4. THE STATUS OF FOLLOWERS. Niccolo Machiavelli,
  • Discourses on Livy (book I, chapter LVIII) -- Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, from
  • The phenomenology of mind -- Mary Wollstonecraft,
  • A vindication of the rights of women (from chapter IV) -- Elizabeth Cady Stanton, '
  • Address to the American Equal Rights Association' -- Ralph Waldo Emerson, '
  • Man the reformer' -- John Dewey,
  • Democracy and education (chapter VII) -- pt. 5. CHALLENGES TO AUTHORITY. Philippe Duplessis-Mornay, from
  • The republic (336b-347e) -- Aristotle,
  • A defence of liberty against tyrants -- Karl Marx and Frederick Engels, from
  • Manifesto of the Communist Party -- David Walker,
  • David Walker's appeal (article III) -- Henry David Thoreau,
  • 'Civil disobedience' -- W.E.B. Du Bois,
  • The souls of black folk (chapter VI)
  • Politics (1280a-1284b) -- Jean-Jacques Rousseau,
  • The social contract (book I) -- Immanuel Kant, 'An
  • answer to the question: "what is enlightenment?"
  • ' -- James Madison,
  • The federalist (number X) -- Friedrich Nietzsche,
  • The genealogy of morals (second essay, sections 17-25) -- pt. 2. IDEAL LEADERSHIP. Plato,
  • January, 35-71 -- pt. 4. BEHAVIOR THEORY. Kurt Lewin, Ronald Lippitt and Ralph K. White (1939), '
  • Patterns of aggressive behavior in experimentally created "social climates"',
  • Journal of social psychology -- Andrew W. Halpin and B. James Winer (1957), 'A
  • factorial study of the leader behavior descriptions'
  • in Ralph M. Stogdill and Alvin E. Coons (eds),
  • Leader behavior: its description and measurement, chapter III -- David G. Bowers and Stanley E. Seashore (1966), '
  • Predicting organizational effectiveness with a four-factor theory of leadership',
  • Administrative science quarterly -- Robert R. Blake and Jane Srygley Mouton (1964/1971), 'The
  • managerial dilemma'
  • in
  • V.2. pt. 1. THE NATURE OF LEADERSHIP. Bernard M. Bass (1990), '
  • The managerial grid: key orientations for achieving production through people, chapter two -- pt. 5. CONTINGENCY THEORIES. Fred E. Fielder (1972), '
  • How do you make leaders more effective? New answers to an old puzzle'
  • Organizational dynamics -- Robert J. House and Terence R. Mitchell (1974), '
  • Path-goal theory of leadership",
  • Joural of Contemporary Business -- Victor H. Vroom (1973), 'A
  • new look at managerial decision making',
  • Organizational dynamics,
  • managerial decision making -- pt. 6. TRANSACTIONAL APPROACHES. Edwin P. Hollander (1974), '
  • Processes of leadership emergence'
  • Journal of contemporary business -- George gRaen and James F. Cashman (1975), 'A
  • Concepts of leadership
  • role-making model of leadership in formal organizations: a developmental approach'
  • in james G. Hunt and Lars L. Larson (eds),
  • Leadership frontiers, section III -- pt. 7. TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP. Bernard M. Bass (1985), '
  • Leadership: good, better, best'
  • Organizational dynamics -- pt. 8. CHARISMATIC LEADERSHIP. Max Weber (1947/1964), '
  • Charismatic authority
  • ', in Talcott Parsons (ed.),
  • The theory of social and economic organization, chapter III, section IV -- Robert J. House (1977), 'A
  • 1976 theory of charismatic leadership
  • ', in James G. Hunt and Lars L. Larson (eds),
  • ', in Bass and Stogdill's
  • Leadership: the cutting edge: a symposium held at Southern Illinois University CArbondale, October 27-28, 1976, chapter 12 -- pt. 9. POWER APPROACHES. John R.P. French, Jr. and bErtram Raven (1959), 'The
  • bases of social power
  • ', in Dorwin Cartwright (ed.),
  • Studies in social power, chapter 9 -- Gary Yukl and cecilia M. Falbe (1990), '
  • Influence tactics and objectives in upward, downward, and lateral influence attempts
  • ', Journal of applied psychology -- pt. 10. COGNITIVE APPROACHES. Linda Smircich and Gareth Morgan (1982), '
  • Leadership: the management of meaning
  • ', Journal of applied behavioral science -- Bobby J. Calder (1977), 'An
  • attribution theory of leadership
  • ', in Barry M. Staw and Gerald R. Salancik (eds),
  • Handbook of leadership: theory, research and managerial applications -- pt. 2. EARLY APPROACHES. Frederick Winslow Taylor (1919), '
  • New directions in organizational behavior, chapter five -- pt. 11. ROLE OF FOLLOWERS. William Haythorn ... [et al.] (1956), 'The
  • effects of varying combinations of authoritarian and equalitarian leaders and followers
  • ', Journal of abnormal and social psychology -- Charles N. Greene (1975), 'The
  • reciprocal nature of influence between leader and subordinate
  • ', Journal of applied psychology -- pt. 12. LEADER SUBSTITUTES. Steven Kerr and John M. Jermier (1978), '
  • Substitutes for leadership: their meaning and measurement
  • ', Organization behavior and human performance -- pt. 13. ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE. Edgar H. Schein (1983), 'The
  • role of the founder in creating organizational culture
  • ', Organizational dynamics -- pt. 14. GENDER AND LEADERSHIP. Alice H. Eagly and Blair T. Johnson (1990), '
  • Gender and leadership style: a meta-analysis
  • Fundamentals of scientific management', in
  • ', Psychological bulletin
  • The principles of scientific management, Chapter I. -- pt. 3. TRAIT THEORY. Ralph M. Stogdill (1948), '
  • Personal factors associated with leadership: a survey of the literature",
  • Journal of psychology
  • ', in
  • Leading minds: an anatomy of leadership, chapter 15 -- Robert K. Greenleaf (1970/1991), excerpt from
  • The servant as leader -- Peter M. Senge (1990), '"
  • Give me a lever long enough ... and single-handed I can move the world
  • "', in
  • The fifth discipline: the art and practice of the learning organization, chapter 1 -- pt. 2. POWER, AUTHORITY AND LEADERSHIP. Hannah ARendt (1951), 'The
  • totalitarian movement
  • ', in
  • The origins of totalitarianism, chapter eleven -- Bertrand Russell (1962), '
  • Leaders and followers
  • V.3. pt. 1. CONCEPTUALIZING LEADERSHIP. James MacGregor Burns (1978), '
  • ', in
  • Power: a new social analysis, chapter II -- Michel Foucault (1975/1979), excerpt from '
  • Panopticism
  • ', in
  • Discipline and punish: the birth of the prison, chapter 3 -- Jane Mansbridge (1996), '
  • Using power/fighting power: the polity
  • ', in Seyla Benhabib (ed.),
  • Democracy and difference: contesting the boundaries of the political, chapter three -- pt. 3. ETHICS, VALUES AND LEADERSHIP. Isaiah Berlin (1959/1990), 'The
  • pursuit of the ideal
  • ', in Henry Hardy (ed.),
  • Toward a general theory
  • The crooked timber of humanity: chapters in the history of ideas -- James MacGregor Burns (1978), 'The
  • structure of moral leadership
  • ', in
  • Leadership, chapter 2 -- Michael Walzer (1973), '
  • Political action: the problem of dirty hands
  • ', Philosphy and public affairs -- Thomas E. Hill, Jr. (1991), '
  • Servility and self-respect
  • ', in
  • Autonomy and self-respect, chapter I -- Norman Bowie (2000), 'A
  • Kantian theory of leadership
  • ', in
  • ', Leadership and organizational development journal -- Joanne B. Ciulla (1998), '
  • Leadership ethics: mapping the territory
  • ' in Joanne B. Ciulla (ed.),
  • Ethics, the heart of leadership, chapter 1 -- pt. 4. LEADERSHIP AND SOCIAL CHANGE. Martin Luther King, Jr. (1986), '
  • Letter from Birmingham City Jail
  • ', in James Melvin Washington (ed.),
  • A testament of hope: the essential writings of Martin Luther King, Jr., chapter 46 -- Clayborne Carson (1987), '
  • Martin Luther King, Jr.: charismatic leadership in a mass struggle
  • ', Journal of American history -- Paulo Freire (1970/2000), Chapter 1 from
  • Pedagogy of the oppressed
  • Leadership, chapter 16 -- Joseph C. Rost (1991), 'The
  • 30th anniversary ed. -- Richard A. Couto (1993), '
  • Narrative, free space, and political leadership in social movements
  • ', Journal of politics -- pt. 5. INCLUSION AND DEMOCRATIC LEADERSHIP. Benjamin R. Barber (1984), '
  • Strong democracy: politics as a way of living
  • ', in
  • Strong democracy: participatory politics for a new age, chapter six -- Ronald A. Heifetz (1994), '
  • On a razor's edge
  • ', in
  • Leadership without easy answers, chapter 6 -- Cornel West (1993), 'The
  • new cultural politics of difference
  • nature of leadership
  • ', in
  • Keeping faith: philosophy and race in America -- Anne Phillips (1993), '
  • Must feminists give up on liberal democracy?
  • ', in
  • Democracy and difference, chapter 6 -- Jean Lipman-Blumen (1992), '
  • Connective leadership, female leadership styles in the 21st-century workplace
  • ', Sociological perspectives -- pt. 6. INTERNATIONAL LEADERSHIP. Geert Hofstede (1980), '
  • Motivation, leadership, and organization: do American theories apply abroad?
  • ', Organizational dynamics -- Nancy J. Adler (1996), '
  • Global women political leaders: an invisible history, an increasingly important future
  • ', in
  • ', Leadership quarterly -- Robert J. House ... [et al.] (1999), '
  • Cultural influences on leadership and organizations: Project GLOBE
  • ', in William H. Mobley, M. Jocelyne Gessner and Val Arnold (eds.),
  • Advances in global leadership, volume 1 -- Martha C. Nussbaum (2003), '
  • Compassion and terror
  • ', Daedalus
  • Leadership for the twenty-first century, chapter 5 -- Howard Gardner with Emma Laskin (1995), '
  • Lessons from the past, implications for the future
Control code
54685898
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
3 v.
Isbn
9781843764038
Isbn Type
(cased : v. 3)
Lccn
2004043429
Other physical details
ill.

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