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Koinonia: From Hate through Dialogue to Culture in the Larger Group

by Patrick De Maré, Robin Piper, Sheila Thompson

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The authors explore how frustrations find expression through hate, and how hate is transformed through dialogue and establishes what the Greeks knew as koinonia, the state of impersonal fellowship.
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A study of the larger group, focusing on the processes and dynamics whereby the group micro-culture emerges. As the initial frustrations of the group find expression in hate, this is transformed through dialogue to what the Greeks knew as 'koinonia', or the state of impersonal fellowship.

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