Synopses & Reviews
In Russia's struggle with Napoleon, Tolstoy saw a tragedy that involved all mankind. Greater than a historical chronicle, War and Peace
is an affirmation of life itself, `a complete picture', as a contemporary reviewer put it, `of everything in which people find their happiness and greatness, their grief and humiliation'.
Tolstoy gave his personal approval to this translation, published here in a new single volume edition, which includes an introduction by Henry Gifford, and Tolstoy's important essay `Some Words about War and Peace'.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Models
3. Health Education
4. Health promotion
6. Models in action
Part 2: Values
Introduction to Part 2
7. Attitudes, beliefs, and behaviour
8. Objections to health promotion
10. Liberalism, autonomy, and health
11. Justice, health, and society