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  Ishmael Community: Dreamer

The Invisibility of Success

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Jan 23, 2014
The Invisibility of Success puts in print 13 essays and speeches delivered (among others) at the University of Georgia Center for Humanities and Arts (Distinguished Lecturer Series); Sixth Annual Rice University Environmental Conference; the 2000 Houston Youth Environmental Leadership Conference (Keynote address); The 1997 Conference of the North American Association for Environmental Education; Earth Day 1998, Kent State University; Student Pugwash Technologies of Peace Conference, Carnegie Mellon University, 1997; The 2000 Fleming Lecture in Religion, Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas. You may have seen 11 of the lectures, but they have been updated, revised, and improved in important ways for this edition.

A reader who ordered the book just hours after it appeared had this to say about it: "I've read almost all of this material on your website over the years, but I'm very happy to have all this valuable material in one portable volume. In particular I believe 'Reaching for the Future with All Three Hands' is well-presented. The illustrations you provided of the three handles are very welcome."

Although the illustrations in this book were originally in full color, Daniel has reworked them so that they function just as well in black and white. To see the paperback and Kindle editions click here.

To see the edition with its original full-color illustrations (which is, naturally, more expensive) click here.


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