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Arthur Pearlstein is Professor of Law and Director of the Werner Institute for Negotiation and Dispute Resolution at Creighton University School of Law in Omaha, Nebraska. A graduate of Harvard Law School (J.D.), Haverford College (B.A.) and the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine University (Masters in Dispute Resolution), Arthur previously served as the general counsel and director of ADR and International Programs at the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS) and has taught at Catholic University School of Law and at Pepperdine. At FMCS, Arthur spearheaded a national initiative aimed at developing the state of the art in the design, promotion, and implementation of conflict management systems in the workplace. Arthur was born and raised in the Washington, DC area and graduated from high school and college in the 1970's. He has lived in several different states and countries and has visited 49 states and over 60 different countries on 5 continents. He began to study Zoroastrianism early in the 1990's.
  1. The Future as a Zarathushtrian Invention
  2. Echoes of Zarathushtra in the Modern Field of Conflict Resolution
  3. Nietzsche’s Understanding of Zarathushtra’s Philosophy
  4. Worshipers of the Mind