404pp incl index, acknowledgements and notes. xxivp prelim. Light foxing staining from start to p4. Otherwise clean and tightly bound with no marking, inscriptions or annotations.
In March 2000 a week-long discussion took place between the Dalai Lama and a panel of distinguished scientists and philosophers about human behaviour. Daniel Goleman’s illuminating account of this meeting offers fresh insights into how we can recognise and change the emotions that pose grave danger to our individual and collective fate.
Goleman weaves a compelling account of what these destructive emotions are. He discusses where they come from, how the human mind is shaped, how these impulses can be transformed and how otherwise they will threaten our safety and our future.
A dialogue with The Dalai Lama narrated by Daniel Goldman, author. Published by Bloomsbury of London in 2004. This is the 10th Impression of the First Edition. The size of the book is 197x129x28mm. Soft cover bound in Very Good condition, with a plastic wrap and no dust jacket.