Political Science: Peace Solutions:


From Common to Common Noun, Life and Love:

A Better Way to World Peace


by Dr. Yang-Pyo Hong, Professor Emeritus

Kyungpook National University

Daegu, Korea



I. Peace is being threatened seriously and eminently.  Rapidly advanced weaponry technology in fierce competition including nuclear and bio-chemical arms can terminate human and all creatures. War deaths are increasing, and will be "4,050 million in 2000-2050 years, 40.5% of world population" (Clarke 1972). There are so many causes of wars. However, many say, including me, wars are escalated phenomena from the subtle connection with complex barrage of social problems and maladies.


I want to start my paper under the above assumption of social maladies. Some specialists of war/peace assert that individual aggression, hostility, growth of good wills, love and sublimation are "abysmally inadequate remedy" (Flower 1978). Some say the causes of war are multiple and socio-institutional: a total reconstruction of society and of the consequent interrelations between individual and social determinants are required (Dewey 1922).  I am sure that to anyhow eliminate, reduce, reconstruct, change or control those social problems such as hostility, selfishness, greed, and violence are themselves better ways to peace and life. We say that absence of war (no war) is peace. But can we feel peace in a state of no war? We can never go out midnight alone with a big bundle of cash in hand. Can we let my children go out in midnight? In Tibet, we may do so. The children, babies, women, elders and any kinds of human are easy targets of raping, selling, torturing and all kinds of objects for sadists.


While peace is both individualistic communal, subjective and objective, then we can never arrive or get it, but may go closer than before. How may say or console an individual who is in deadly agony dying cancer, starving, living alone with the lost of all family members.       


The peace and war are two opposite ends of a continuum. There are countless stages and problems between the two. There are no pure and complete models of peace and war. Important is only closer to them. As 'love is between two ends of beauty and ugliness' (Plato, Symposium), our peaceful reality is, I think, the issue of closer or further to the two ends of a continuum. Therefore, we should make our effort to move our world closer or better to the peace end. 


II. Let us start our study from common noun and end to common noun. I think people usually start from proper noun, and end only with partially common noun. People starts from “I" (such as American John, Korean Kim, Iraqi Abdullah), goes to his/her society of America, Korea or Iraq in one’s culture, and tries to arrive finally at the goal of human with short comments. These procedures are too long to arrive at final truth, too complicate and hard, and make the researchers to fall easily in his cultural egoism or chauvinism, or leads to the conclusion of his own proper noun in superficial common, such as a common  under Western, Eastern, Kantian, Christian and Muslim Idea. Many social scientists study in their own environments and hurry to conclude their version of nationalism and particular ideas under the universal and common science.


Truth, that many scholarly institutions and universities study to find, is common to every ones, then belonged to common noun. Almost all the names of university departments, such as philosophy, music, physiology, chemistry, law, biology and medicine are common noun. Mozart, Chopin, Plato, Newton, Darwin and Einstein's works are studied and played everywhere, however are never called Western Sciences and Western Music.


We can communicate and correspond much more easily and safely with common names and nouns than with proper nouns. It may help to shorten to pass thru real object of truth and peace. Many wars are fought against different ideas and values in proper nouns.  Many studies start often only from stage 1 of <fig. 1>, conclude within them  and  try superficially to go further.

 We need, of coarse, countless data of those proper nouns from stage 1 throughout 4. But important is our strong and determined will to start from the common noun of common truth and assumption.



Then we need to go to stage 1 of "common life." What are the life, and the world of life including my life? Shunzi Mizhara defines life as following: life is an organism to include nucleic acid and protein (prion), and conducts self-reproduction under certain environments. However this definition is nothing but a partial one, limited only in the explanation of body of flesh (Mizhara 1988). We need much more complicated explaining of spirit or mind, and of great external power of moving life and whole universe. I will draw these three components as following of <fig. 2>:

We may ambiguously introduce our body alone, which is a material and energy part of man.   The world of mind belongs to metaphysics. However, the world of mind is still a small part of life, and needs to introduce the great external power who moves the mind and body. The highest external power may be "the great spiritual existence behind the universe" (Toynbee 1971) or some metaphysical control power of the universe.


Life is the highest value in all living creatures, and the human life is unique from all other organisms, "dominant of dominants" (Hawley 1950), infinite, absolute, and objective value (Kant), "imago Dei (God's image)," God's children, more important than the world (Bible), "little cosmos" (romanticism), and a 'original and same root of all universe' (Buddhism). God created all organisms by words but built the human by His hands, and forgot the His rule of creatures and ordered the man to "go in your will" (Mirandole 1486). It is said to be "big mistake." He himself violated His rule. God could not enjoy His wonderful cosmos alone, needed His friends to enjoy together (Mirandole 1486). Human is God's friend and autonomous being (Sartre 1970). Human life has infinite potentiality to endlessly develop  more and more, unique individuals, spiritual existence, and a cosmos.


Human life is communal one, interrelated and interdependent with all existences, symbiotic (sym=together, biotic=live) and unique. None can be replaced of the unique individual.


The life is a cosmological existence. Trillions of planets in hundreds billions of solar systems can move and keep their orbits with shrinking and expanding in the limit of "critical values," then help our lives to live safely. Hawking said that the cosmos is moving "anthropologically." It is therefore cosmos in macroscopic view, and but chaos in microscopic (Hawking 1996).


All living creatures are in "web of life" (Darwin), and living in symbiosis. There are two principles of interdependence: symbiosis and commensalism (Hawley 1950). The symbiosis denotes a mutual dependence between largely unlike organisms. Because they make dissimilar demands on the environment, members of different species may supplement of the efforts of one another. Organisms relate themselves to one another on the basis of their likeness as well as their differences. Other equally important relation in web of life is that which arises between similar creatures-members of a given species or rather individuals that make similar demands on the environment. This is the relation of commensalism, which means eating from the same table. Competition and eventual cooperation are its key roles. In the world of creatures, there are no independent livings but communal. The Book of Diamond of  Buddhism mentions very clearly on the community being.


Buddhism says that all universal existences, such as ego (me), man (other man), life (all living creatures), and existence (matters) are “communal life” and communal meanings as <fig 3>, and then there cannot be ego, egoism or "ego-fixation" (Freud). There is no image of ego, nor men, life and existence images. The material scope and history is much larger and longer, which is more than 99.99…times than life and ego. Some one compared the history of earth to one hour’s clock. Life is less than 10 seconds, and the human life is less than one second. Human life is then 1/3,600th of the history of earth.


The scientists cannot observe and treat these 'web of life' or communal cosmos alone. The scientific domination of the universe of today is major cause of contemporary crisis of life. We should, of course, observe the world of life not only scientifically, but revere spiritually and sing in poetic passions.  We all have poetic passions for peace. We can hardly grasp the plentiful, plural and mysterious meanings of life, and then it belongs to agnosticism. The Prajnaparamitta of Buddhism means of complete and supreme wisdom of life arrived at Nirvana.


Peace is a sort of bio-philia (love of life), when the value of life is revered in the highest, otherwise. And war is a state of necro-philia (love of death), when the dignity of life is terribly debased. Carrel said that during world war periods, all age-old rules of life were definitely abandoned. Societies were dominated by delusions in war times, of sentiments and intelligence were over ridden. Even in liberalistic ideology, such liberal delusions were rampant.


The laws of survival of the fittest and natural selection may be applied in biological world, but never in human world. The weakest should rather be protected more by the society and the government than the strong. The survival of the fittest can easily be degraded to political terrorism and racism of millions of holocaust. Hitler, Stalin, and even some leaders of religious zealots are immune to life of individual dignity. Welfare system of liberty-equality of democracy guaranteed and is based on individual dignity and the weak' priority. People are easily attracted by some revolutionary ideologies which are reluctant and immune to the violence and human death. Many young are feverish to Jihad and Holy War, and easily turned out to be the prey of war mongers or militants. There are hundreds thousand of child militias which have jumped into civil wars in the world.


There are some important and great persons of history. But they also contributed to the violence and degradation of life. We may say that for Darwin, Hegel and Marx, violence is good if only to contribute to their ideal world (Finkielkraut 1997). It is very important to remember that many key values and terms such as 'love,' 'defense,' and 'justice,' of a few examples may divide to two different poles of peace and war unless they develop to the right ways of their essence. Under an excuse of peace and defense, major nations have pursued "peace through arms," and "massive deterrent, retaliation, overkill, and sufficiency" (Kuehl 1978).  Life should develop or change to common life.



Some Italian soldiers infiltrated into their enemy's camp midnight, and were surprised at their opponent soldiers’ laughing, sipping of coffee, dancing and talking loudly. "Oh! They are exactly same as us." The Italian soldiers felt and confirmed "common men." Henri Dunant of Red Cross establisher was shocked at the ailing and dying of 40,000 soldiers in Solferino. They could not get 'happy and dignitary death' on the battle field. Dunant and many Castiliones girls gave water, helped and cured the dying soldiers as common men and common brotherly love. Dunant’s group felt "Tutsi, fatally" (we are all brothers and sisters) (Finkielkraut 1997). The world helped millions of dying and starving people in Tsunami wave of Indonesia and many other parts of the world. What consists of brotherly love is not any particular concepts of philosophy nor any religious ideas, but human "weak and pain" (Finkielkraut 1997). Love begins from sympathy or pity to the pain of essential human being. Men are  strong and potential to infinite progress, and god's friends in one side, but weak and painful in other side. Men are destined definitely to death. Many say about painful human life such as Eight Pains (Buddhism), "narrow gate (Matthew 7: 13),” or Tragic Sense of Life (Unamuno, M). Human's whole life might be to relieve, eliminate or change the pains to joy and happiness together with all creatures of animal, plant, and other materials. Our neighbors are painful and dying, whom we cannot pass over. The Parable of Good Samaritan said who our neighbors are. The primary object of our common love should be that of the most needed person or creatures in life. To love is to give. We may give to care for life. "Care in love" means giving and caring of life, its maintenance and growth. In other word, love is to give life (Fromm 1956). In our daily life of reality, we can meet some every day who need our love. All neighbors are all needed, to be comforted and advised, and even wanted to enjoy of our joining and sharing with them.


Love is our life, earth and universe. When we say that "God is love," it covers our whole of life, the world and the universe. Plato said the love in his wonderful Symposium and Phaedrus. I am surprised at the fact there are so few systematic studies and works of love in the history of philosophy. Habib said that only two of Plato and Rousseau did it in the world of philosophy. He said that the love has continuously been object of contempt. Philosophical thinking has always distinguished, criticized and decided the ranking. In the process of those works, love is getting far away (Habib 2003). The fields of love in Symposium are beauty, good, justice, softness, knowledge and wisdom, loving and being loved, conception, eternity and spiritual god. Love with Eros prefers soft to hard. When he touches any things, they turn to soft, poems, music and love. Many peoples in contemporary world, particularly children, enjoy mad, tough and violent. How can we expect the nonviolent and peaceful world in the violent cultures? "Blessed are the meek." (Matthew 5:6). Proprieties or manners are valued in the highest morals in Confucianism and orient cultures. The manners are, I think, just outer and active expressions of morality. And then war or hostile quarrel is, I think, the escalated toughness. 


I drew "a diagram of progress of men" as <fig. 4> with the reference of Form’s The Heart of Men. I simplified the Form’s. I put good, humane, freedom, peace, progress and rationality in a syndrome of good , and put the opposite of the former of inorganic, determined, war, retrogression and irrationality in syndrome of evil (Hong 1993).


When we criticize the war generally, how can we say it is good? In this age mass destruction and human extermination, it is evil and primary evils. I do not agree with the "just war" like Erasmus. How can human expect the paradise of peace on going to the way to the volcano of arms competition? We are now going to the "syndrome of evil" of war. We should now turn around of our direction to peace and good without hesitation.   


Plato belonged “loving” rather than “being loved” to god's world. The loving is happy, and needs not to be discouraged at the loved one's ill treatment or turning out to be ugliness, because he or she did merciful works.


All discourses of love at the participants of symposium are merged to Socrates, and concluded by Diotima of Eros' messenger. The core and final issue of the love of Symposium is concerned to true and eternal beauty. Socrates and Diotima’s overall form of this argument is as following:


1) Love or desire is relational, and expresses lack or deficiency; love is not beautiful but desire of beauty (199c-201c). 2) Diotima introduces the category of intermediate or mediating entities. Love, seen as a `spirit,' meditating between mortal and immortal, combines need and resource (201e-204c). 3) Diotima analyses love as expressing a more fundamental desire:  perpetual possession of the good or happiness (204d-206a).


A flower, a young and beautiful girl, or a perfect voice of soprano is beautiful, but what will these be 100 years' later?  Even through the impregnation, human and all other creatures have tried deadly hard to maintain eternality of their species, but we will definitely feel sorrowful of our death. Then Plato said "there is no good or beauty."  


We may feel and accept the eternal love through spirit or god's messenger. But it, the eternal love, is still ambiguous, and we can sense it hardly like a beautiful lover in my arms now. However I am certain that when I love someone or something deeply to the uttermost, the love guides or leads to eternality or true love. Love, in its essence, develops and changes endlessly, never fixes at someone or something. If we fix or fall in any particular things or proper noun, we can live no more. Then we can say that love is helpful in wedding but no helpful in tennis playing (Talmud).



I wish to restore of co- and common for the world peace. Many proper nouns have also their meanings, and may change to common nouns. When we talk and exchange with other groups in common nouns and values, we can shorten and arrive more easily to the truth, common goals and peace. Individualities, group identity, nationality, different cultures, religions, selected peoples and almost of all other categorized proper nouns are, I think, existent for coordinating to and producing of the better co or common. In order to build the world peace, we have often heard of total reconstruction of society for peace.


One of the definite ways of the total reconstruction is the democratization. We are happy to get many studies of "democratic peace" recently (Bruce Russet, Nil Peter Gleditsch, Roy Macridis, F. Hayek, and Francis Fukuyama). The research of democratic peace got the conclusion as following: 1)democratic countries are more peaceful internally than dictatorial ones, 2)democratic countries usually do not or less fight each other than authoritarian ones, and 3) democratized world is more peaceful than authorized world. Democracy is based on the human right of liberty, equality and charity, and general or common will. However totalitarian dictatorship is based on a super man and a super man's will. Democracy is then very hard to turn to total war due to the hard and long procedures to get people's consent of the war.


The core and minimum standards of democratic system are freedom of speech and peaceful transfer of government power, in another word, regular change of government by people's consent of vote. The two objects of the freedom of speech are laid in happiness and in almost only ways to truth (J. S. Mill). Truth is a sort of common will. Of coarse the democratization is not almighty or all possible. We need to develop or change our mind and spirit. But without free and open discussion, dialogue and self reflection, how may we get common will and go nearer to peace? I am sure that if all the students of the world gather together in free environments and enjoy lovely and open forum for long, it will get a much better ways to peace. We were born a man, in other words, started from common noun of man, and thereafter given individual's names, got membership of many organizations, became a citizen of nationalities and lived in cultural categories. All other proper nouns of categories of organizations, nationalities and cultures are, of coarse, important data on the way to common noun of man, life and love, but the former proper nouns are existent for the latter of common noun and truth. All are also changing and progressing eternally. But at what and where do all these changes will arrive? It is, they say, finally nothing, empty, void or zero (Buddhism). "Color is empty, the empty is color, color is no different from empty, the empty is no different from color" (Prajnaparamita). "All are vain, vain and vain," "only God's words are forever" (Bible). The "color" is a Chinese translation of Rupa, which means of sensual matters including men and life, forming and destroying endlessly. The "empty" is also Chinese translation of Sunyata which means empty, void and nothing to grasp seeming of changing phenomena.       



Let us start from common and end to common. It is a better way to world peace. We may prefer "man, nature, life and love" from the start. Life said, 'do not kill me in any names,' and accordingly, later Bible of Ten Commandments said also, "thou shall not kill." How can we kill so many lives in the name of Allah or God?


Man, children, nature, life, and love are repeatedly mentioned in Rousseau and above books. We can and should hear the nature's language of life and matters, such as birds, cows, worms and bacteria, and also creek, air, ocean and sky. 


Many things are not different, nor same, and go to the unity. The more numerous starts, merges to the larger unity (Wonhyo of a Korean Buddhist monk). We are given a great mission of unifying of all superficially different cultures and religions instead of finding of different and dogmatic creeds. All similar, same and even different values may develop, change or reform to better and unified one.


Natures are created of "good" (Bible), and degraded to the worse and worse by the misuses of men. Women's breasts are, originally and naturally, the symbols for motherly and holy milk and love, however, they are turned out to be sexual attraction and rape. A baby, young of all animals, a colt, pup, kitten, lamb, chicken, and sprout of all plants are all beautiful as a new life. But they are too young and weak, then turned easily out to be a target to be killed and raped by some abnormal adults and degraded cultures. These societies under the names of competition, struggle for existence and "rational humanism rooted in Renaissance and Enlightenment" (Solzhenitsyn) are responsible to this terrible reality. Overly rationalistic humanism might to deteriorate to all mighty scientism, departing from the good and spiritual world. The Spirit is very ambiguous to grasp. Important is the closer to it. When we change, develop and "transform and "connect (McGhee)" or relate to the whole cosmos in space and eternally in time, we may be nearer to the spirit.  


We enjoy very often sport games of soccer and many others. The beauty is the heart of love and peace. The beauty should be beautiful to all the people of the world as a common noun. Then the beautiful soccer play and players must be touched in all the hearts of the people. But people are usually confined to nationalistic fever, and wish  other players’ defeat, poor play and walk out. Why the FIFA and IOC do not encourage singing FIFA Song or Olympic Song in the festival? The games are degraded to exclusive nationalism and national chauvinism.               


Common truth is our common goal to find out and practice our best accorded to the truth. “Parrhesia, appeared for the first time in Greek literature in Euripides, is a verbal activity in which a speaker expressed his personal relationship to truth, and risks his life.” He feels that “truth-telling is his duty to improve other people. In parrhesia, the speaker uses his freedom and chooses frankness instead of persuasion, truth instead of falsehood, risk of death instead of life and security, criticism instead of flattery, and moral duty instead of self-interest and moral apathy.” (Foucault 1985)


All are my son and daughter, grandchildren, brother and sister, mother and father, and common friend. We are all cosmological and communal beings, we need, in short,  to think communally.


   Here "a child said: What is the grass? fetching it to me with full hands;

   I do not know...flag?... handkerchief of the Lord?...bearing the owner's name?...

a child itself? ...a uniform hieroglyphic?...beautiful uncut hair of graves?...may be you transpire from the breasts?....


   They are alive and well somewhere,

   The smallest sprout shows there is really no death, ......

   All goes onward and outward, nothing collapses

   And to die is different from what any one supposed, and luckier" (Whitman's Grass)


Whitman saw the grass transcendentally. He saw the universe, god and eternity through the grass. Nobody knows what the grass is in this universal scope and eternal times. But I wish to suggest you to see the grass and a child not only a piece by piece but also all together at once, in another words, transcendentally. The peace is in common men's relationship with all other existences, extending indefinitely to the cosmos and eternity.




1) It is the highest state of enlightenment of truth with doubtless and no-fixation: Nir(out)+vana(to blow) is the blowing of extinguish of all agonies, and highest and absolute peace and calmness.

2) Necrophilia is a human instinctive violence which means to enjoy of killing, torturing or injuring other weak neighbors without any purposes of life (Freud).

3) Buddhism's eight pains: are being born, getting old, diseases, death, wrench of parting, pain of facing of the hatred, pain of no-getting of one's strong desire, pains of human physics.

4) Bible says Enter through narrow gate ...Small is the gate and narrow, leads to life, and only a few find it (Matthew 7: 13-14) .

5) Jesus said "love thy neighbor." and answered some disciple's question of who the neighbor is with the parable. Some traveler met the gangs and beaten to death. Some Samaritan helped and cured him. 


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About the Author:


Dr.Yang-Pyo Hong is a Political Scientist. He graduated from the Department of Political Science at Tong-Ah University in Pusan, Korea in 1970 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. Five years later he earned a Master of Arts degree in Political Science from the Department of Political Science of the Graduate School Kyungpook National University. Dr. Hong furthered his studies by achieving a Ph.D. degree from the same Graduate School in 1984. From 1975 to 1976 Dr. Hong was a Time Instructor at Kyungpook National University. He moved on to the Peace Research Institute in 1976 as an Assistant and Research Secretary. In 1977 he became a Full instructor at the Departments of Ethics Education at Teachers College and was promoted to Assistant Professor in 1984, Associate Professor in 1984, and served as Full Professor in 1990 until 2003 when he became Professor Emeritus. In 1985 Dr. Hong was a Fulbright Senior Scholar for Research, Lecturing and Exchanging Course at the Hoover Institute of Standard University in United States. From 1993 to 1994 he was the Vice President of Korean Ethics Association, and in 1997 to 1998, and from 1998 until the present time serves as Director of Korean Political Science Association, as well as Director of Korean Association of Middle East Studies. Dr. Hong’s research and teaching interests focus on science of peace, democratic principles, ideologies, history, and religions. He has published five books from 1984 to 1999; these are Cause of War, Cause of War and Peace Problems, New Understanding of Ideologies, New World Order, and Democratic Principles and Community. Dr. Hong has also published several articles for professional journals throughout his career, such as Communication Ties, A Study on Arab-Nationalistic Foreign Policy, Third World and Global Co-prosperity, Nationalism Ideology and New Nations, Ideological Analysis of Causes of War, Power-Analysis of Communist International System, A Study of the Causes of War, Democratic Ways of

Life, Modernization and Violence, The World Peace through the Education of Democratic Personality, Causes of Arab-Israeli Conflicts in terms of peace Science, Human Aggression and Peace Theories, Analysis of Reactional Characteristics

in Korean Democracy and Nationalism, The Open Society and Socialism, Change of World Socialism and Korean Response of Democracy, The Commitment Mechanism for Community, Historical Perspective of Nationalism, The Causes of Arab-Israeli Conflict in Perspectives of Religions, Causes of Christian and Islamic Conflicts, Critics of End of History and Ideological Future, Religious and Political Peace, Political and Religious Pluralism and Peace, The Community Crises and its Over and Under Integration, Conservatism and Yushin Military Coup in Korea, The Idea of War and Peace in

Communism and Hobson, and The Fundamental Crises of Korean Political Community. In 2001, Dr. Hong published a paper on the Seminar of KPSA (Korean Political Science Association), Love Community, Social Science and Democracy; in 2003 a Review for Korean Political Science, Crisis of World Community, Unity and Iraqi War and in 2004,

an article in the Journal of Professor Emeritus of Kyungpook National University, Cultural Conflicts, Plurality and Unification. In 2004 he presented a paper at the International Conference of the Bibliotheque World Wide (BWW) Society in Xi’an, China.



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