Glen T. Martin, Ph.D., is Professor of Philosophy at Radford University in Virginia and Chairperson of the Radford University program in Peace Studies. As a World Citizen he has worked in the service of world peace with justice for many years, travelling and lecturing worldwide and authoring many books and articles on behalf of a holistic and transformed global paradigm and world system.
Martin is President of International Philosophers for Peace (IPPNO) (www.philosophersforpeace.org), President of the Institute on World Problems (IOWP) (www.worldproblems.net), and President of the World Constitution and Parliament Association (WCPA) (www.worldparliament-gov.org).
As a result of his peace activities, he has received several international awards, including the "ISISAR Global Peace Award" in Kolkata, India, 2005, the "World Peace Award" from the Office of the World Peace Envoy in Bangkok, Thailand, 2008, the "Lighthouse of the World Award" from WCPA Asia and Bharat Vikas Parishad in Chennai, India, 2011 and the Gusi International Peace Prize in Manila, Philippines, 2013. He has also been nominated for the Mahatma Gandhi Peace Award and the Prince of Asturias Award for Peace.
His books include Millennium Dawn: The Philosophy of Planetary Crisis and Human Liberation (2005), Ascent to Freedom: Practical and Philosophical Foundations of Democratic World Law (2008), Triumph of Civilization: Democracy, Nonviolence, and the Piloting of Spaceship Earth (2010), The Earth Federation Movement: Founding a Social Contract for the People of Earth (2011), and The Anatomy of a Sustainable World: Our Choice between Climate Change or System Change (2013). His forthcoming book (2015) is entitled One World Reborn: The New Philosophical Holism and Our Global Social Contract. His personal website appears at www.radford.edu/gmartin .
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