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					Year     Recipient         Aware Stage
                        Love               3D        Role      Action

1901   Frédéric Passy                      (,,)    1 Teacher    Null


1901   Henry Dunant                        (,,)    1 Teacher    Null




1902    Albert Gobat     0    1    4     (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1902    Albert Gobat     1    1    5     (1,1,5)    2 Judge Evaluator




1902    Albert Gobat     1    -1   3     (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer




1902    Albert Gobat     -1   -1   4     (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant




1902    Albert Gobat     -1   1    6                       Humanitarian
                                         (-1,1,6) 8 Benefactor




1902   Élie Ducommun     0    1    4     (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
1902    Élie Ducommun       1    1    5   (1,1,5)    2 Judge Evaluator




1903    Randal Cremer       0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1903    Randal Cremer       1    1    3   (1,1,3)    2 Judge    Referee




1903    Randal Cremer       -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant




1903    Randal Cremer       -1   0    4   (-1,0,4) 7 Enabler Enabler




1903    Randal Cremer       -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                          (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor



           Institute of
1904                                        (,,)    1 Teacher    Null
       International Law




1905   Bertha von Suttner   0    1    6   (0,1,6)   1 Teacher Prophet
1905   Bertha von Suttner   1    1    5   (1,1,5)   2 Judge Evaluator




1905   Bertha von Suttner   -1   -1   3   (-1,-1,3) 6 Servant Obligee




1905   Bertha von Suttner   -1   1    6                     Humanitarian
                                          (-1,1,6) 8 Benefactor




1906   Theodore Roosevelt   0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1906   Theodore Roosevelt   1    1    3   (1,1,3)   2 Judge   Referee




1906   Theodore Roosevelt   1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer




1906   Theodore Roosevelt   0    -1   3   (0,-1,3) 5 Skeptic Scoffer
1906   Theodore Roosevelt   -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant




1906   Theodore Roosevelt   -1   0    4   (-1,0,4) 7 Enabler Enabler




1906   Theodore Roosevelt   -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                          (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor




        Ernesto Teodoro
1907                        0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
            Moneta




        Ernesto Teodoro
1907                        1    1    5   (1,1,5)   2 Judge Evaluator
            Moneta




        Ernesto Teodoro
1907                        1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer
            Moneta




        Ernesto Teodoro
1907                        0    -1   3   (0,-1,3) 5 Skeptic Scoffer
            Moneta




        Ernesto Teodoro
1907                        -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant
            Moneta
       Ernesto Teodoro
1907                     -1   1    5   (-1,1,5) 8 Benefactor Patron
           Moneta




1907    Louis Renault    0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1907    Louis Renault    1    1    3   (1,1,3)   2 Judge   Referee




1907    Louis Renault    1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer




1907    Louis Renault    -1   -1   3   (-1,-1,3) 6 Servant Obligee




1908    Fredrik Bajer    0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1908    Fredrik Bajer    1    1    3   (1,1,3)   2 Judge   Referee
1908     Fredrik Bajer       -1   -1   3   (-1,-1,3) 6 Servant Obligee




          Klas Pontus
1908                         0    1    6   (0,1,6)   1 Teacher Prophet
          Arnoldson



          Klas Pontus
1908                         1    1    5   (1,1,5)    2 Judge Evaluator
          Arnoldson




          Klas Pontus
1908                         -1   -1   5   (-1,-1,5) 6 Servant Citizen
          Arnoldson




          Klas Pontus
1908                         -1   1    5   (-1,1,5) 8 Benefactor Patron
          Arnoldson


1909   Auguste Beernaert                     (,,)    1 Teacher   Null

           Paul Henri
1909    d'Estournelles de                    (,,)    1 Teacher   Null
             Constant
            Permanent
1910   International Peace                   (,,)    1 Teacher   Null
              Bureau

1911      Alfred Fried                       (,,)    1 Teacher   Null


1911      Tobias Asser                       (,,)    1 Teacher   Null




1912       Elihu Root        0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
1912      Elihu Root       1    1    5   (1,1,5)    2 Judge Evaluator




1912      Elihu Root       1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer




1912      Elihu Root       0    -1   3   (0,-1,3) 5 Skeptic Scoffer




1912      Elihu Root       -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant




1912      Elihu Root       -1   1    6                     Humanitarian
                                         (-1,1,6) 8 Benefactor




1913   Henri La Fontaine                   (,,)    1 Teacher   Null


1914      No award                         (,,)    1 Teacher   Null


1915      No award         0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
1916        No award                          (,,)    1 Teacher   Null

          International
1917   Committee of the Red                   (,,)    1 Teacher   Null
              Cross

1918        No award                          (,,)    1 Teacher   Null



1919    Woodrow Wilson        0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1919    Woodrow Wilson        1    1    5   (1,1,5)    2 Judge Evaluator




1919    Woodrow Wilson        -1   1    6                     Humanitarian
                                            (-1,1,6) 8 Benefactor




1920     Léon Bourgeois       0    1    6   (0,1,6)   1 Teacher Prophet




1920     Léon Bourgeois       1    1    5   (1,1,5)    2 Judge Evaluator




1920     Léon Bourgeois       1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer




1920     Léon Bourgeois       0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic




1920     Léon Bourgeois       -1   -1   5   (-1,-1,5) 6 Servant Citizen
1920   Léon Bourgeois     -1   1    5   (-1,1,5) 8 Benefactor Patron




1921   Christian Lange    0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1921   Christian Lange    1    1    3   (1,1,3)   2 Judge   Referee




1921   Christian Lange    -1   -1   3   (-1,-1,3) 6 Servant Obligee




1921   Christian Lange    -1   1    3   (-1,1,3) 8 BenefactorSponsor




1921   Hjalmar Branting   0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1921   Hjalmar Branting   1    1    3   (1,1,3)   2 Judge   Referee




1921   Hjalmar Branting   1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer
1921   Hjalmar Branting   0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic




1921   Hjalmar Branting   -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant




1921   Hjalmar Branting   -1   1    3   (-1,1,3) 8 BenefactorSponsor




1922   Fridtjof Nansen    0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1922   Fridtjof Nansen    1    1    5   (1,1,5)   2 Judge Evaluator




1922   Fridtjof Nansen    0    -1   3   (0,-1,3) 5 Skeptic Scoffer




1922   Fridtjof Nansen    -1   -1   5   (-1,-1,5) 6 Servant Citizen
1922     Fridtjof Nansen    -1   1    5   (-1,1,5) 8 Benefactor Patron



1923       No award                         (,,)    1 Teacher    Null


1924       No award                         (,,)    1 Teacher    Null


1925   Austen Chamberlain   0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic




1925   Austen Chamberlain   -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                          (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor




1925    Charles G. Dawes                    (,,)    1 Teacher    Null




1926     Aristide Briand    -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                          (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor




1926   Gustav Stresemann    0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1926   Gustav Stresemann    1    1    3   (1,1,3)    2 Judge    Referee




1926   Gustav Stresemann    -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant




1926   Gustav Stresemann    -1   1    3   (-1,1,3) 8 BenefactorSponsor
1927   Ferdinand Buisson   0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1927   Ferdinand Buisson   1    1    4   (1,1,4)   2 Judge    Judge




1927   Ferdinand Buisson   1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer




1927   Ferdinand Buisson   0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic




1927   Ferdinand Buisson   -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant




1927   Ferdinand Buisson   -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                         (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor




1927    Ludwig Quidde      0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1927    Ludwig Quidde      1    1    5   (1,1,5)   2 Judge Evaluator
1927   Ludwig Quidde      1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer




1927   Ludwig Quidde      0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic




1927   Ludwig Quidde      -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant




1927   Ludwig Quidde      -1   1    5   (-1,1,5) 8 Benefactor Patron




1928      No award                        (,,)    1 Teacher   Null




1929   Frank B. Kellogg   0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1929   Frank B. Kellogg   1    1    4   (1,1,4)    2 Judge    Judge




1929   Frank B. Kellogg   1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer
1929   Frank B. Kellogg   0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic




1929   Frank B. Kellogg   -1   -1   3   (-1,-1,3) 6 Servant Obligee




1929   Frank B. Kellogg   -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                        (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor




1930   Nathan Söderblom   0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1930   Nathan Söderblom   1    1    4   (1,1,4)    2 Judge    Judge




1930   Nathan Söderblom   -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant




1930   Nathan Söderblom   -1   1    3   (-1,1,3) 8 BenefactorSponsor




1931     Jane Addams                      (,,)    1 Teacher   Null


       Nicholas Murray
1931                      0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
           Butler


       Nicholas Murray
1931                      -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant
           Butler
1932      No award                        (,,)    1 Teacher   Null



1933    Norman Angell     0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1933    Norman Angell     1    1    5   (1,1,5)    2 Judge Evaluator




1933    Norman Angell     1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer




1933    Norman Angell     0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic




1933    Norman Angell     -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant




1933    Norman Angell     -1   1    5   (-1,1,5) 8 Benefactor Patron




1934   Arthur Henderson   0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
1934   Arthur Henderson     1    1    4   (1,1,4)    2 Judge    Judge




1934   Arthur Henderson     1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer




1934   Arthur Henderson     -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant




1934   Arthur Henderson     -1   1    3   (-1,1,3) 8 BenefactorSponsor




1935   Carl von Ossietzky                   (,,)    1 Teacher   Null




        Carlos Saavedra
1936                        0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
            Lamas




        Carlos Saavedra
1936                        1    1    5   (1,1,5)    2 Judge Evaluator
            Lamas
       Carlos Saavedra
1936                     1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer
           Lamas




       Carlos Saavedra
1936                     -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant
           Lamas




       Carlos Saavedra
1936                     -1   1    5   (-1,1,5) 8 Benefactor Patron
           Lamas




1937    Robert Cecil     0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1937    Robert Cecil     1    1    3   (1,1,3)   2 Judge   Referee




1937    Robert Cecil     1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer
1937      Robert Cecil        -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant




1937      Robert Cecil        -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                            (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor




       Nansen International
1938                          0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
       Office for Refugees




       Nansen International
1938                          1    1    3   (1,1,3)   2 Judge   Referee
       Office for Refugees




       Nansen International
1938                          1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer
       Office for Refugees




       Nansen International
1938                          0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic
       Office for Refugees




       Nansen International
1938                          -1   -1   3   (-1,-1,3) 6 Servant Obligee
       Office for Refugees
       Nansen International
1938                          -1   0    3   (-1,0,3) 7 Enabler Supporter
       Office for Refugees




       Nansen International
1938                          -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                            (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor
       Office for Refugees




1939        No award                          (,,)    1 Teacher    Null


1940        No award                          (,,)    1 Teacher    Null


1941        No award                          (,,)    1 Teacher    Null


1942        No award                          (,,)    1 Teacher    Null


1943        No award                          (,,)    1 Teacher    Null


          International
1944   Committee of the Red   0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
              Cross

          International
1944   Committee of the Red   1    1    3   (1,1,3)    2 Judge    Referee
              Cross


          International
1944   Committee of the Red   0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic
              Cross
          International
1944   Committee of the Red -1   -1   3   (-1,-1,3) 6 Servant Obligee
              Cross




          International
1944   Committee of the Red -1   0    3   (-1,0,3) 7 Enabler Supporter
              Cross




          International
1944   Committee of the Red -1   1    3   (-1,1,3) 8 BenefactorSponsor
              Cross




1945       Cordell Hull     0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1945       Cordell Hull     1    1    5   (1,1,5)   2 Judge Evaluator




1945       Cordell Hull     0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic




1945       Cordell Hull     -1   -1   3   (-1,-1,3) 6 Servant Obligee
1945      Cordell Hull      -1   1    6                     Humanitarian
                                          (-1,1,6) 8 Benefactor




1946   Emily Greene Balch   0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1946   Emily Greene Balch   1    1    5   (1,1,5)   2 Judge Evaluator




1946   Emily Greene Balch   1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer




1946   Emily Greene Balch   0    -1   5   (0,-1,5) 5 Skeptic Doubter




1946   Emily Greene Balch   -1   -1   5   (-1,-1,5) 6 Servant Citizen




1946   Emily Greene Balch   -1   1    6                     Humanitarian
                                          (-1,1,6) 8 Benefactor




1946      John R. Mott      0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
1946     John R. Mott      1    1    5   (1,1,5)   2 Judge Evaluator




1946     John R. Mott      -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant




       American Friends
1947                       0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
       Service Committee



       American Friends
1947                       1    1    4   (1,1,4)   2 Judge    Judge
       Service Committee


       American Friends
1947                       0    -1   3   (0,-1,3) 5 Skeptic Scoffer
       Service Committee




       American Friends
1947                       -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant
       Service Committee




       American Friends
1947                       -1   0    3   (-1,0,3) 7 Enabler Supporter
       Service Committee



       American Friends
1947                       -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                         (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor
       Service Committee




        Friends Service
1947                       0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
            Council
       Friends Service
1947                     1    1    5   (1,1,5)    2 Judge Evaluator
           Council




       Friends Service
1947                     0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic
           Council




       Friends Service
1947                     -1   -1   3   (-1,-1,3) 6 Servant Obligee
           Council




       Friends Service
1947                     -1   1    6                     Humanitarian
                                       (-1,1,6) 8 Benefactor
           Council




1948     No award                        (,,)    1 Teacher   Null




1949     Boyd Orr        0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1949     Boyd Orr        1    1    4   (1,1,4)    2 Judge    Judge




1949     Boyd Orr        -1   -1   5   (-1,-1,5) 6 Servant Citizen
1949    Boyd Orr      -1   1    5   (-1,1,5) 8 Benefactor Patron




1950   Ralph Bunche   0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1950   Ralph Bunche   1    1    5   (1,1,5)   2 Judge Evaluator




1950   Ralph Bunche   1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer




1950   Ralph Bunche   0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic




1950   Ralph Bunche   -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant




1950   Ralph Bunche   -1   1    5   (-1,1,5) 8 Benefactor Patron




1951   Léon Jouhaux   0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
1951    Léon Jouhaux       1    1    4   (1,1,4)    2 Judge   Judge




1951    Léon Jouhaux       1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer




1951    Léon Jouhaux       -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant




1951    Léon Jouhaux       -1   0    3   (-1,0,3) 7 Enabler Supporter




1951    Léon Jouhaux       -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                         (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor




1952   Albert Schweitzer   0    1    6   (0,1,6)   1 Teacher Prophet




1952   Albert Schweitzer   1    1    5   (1,1,5)    2 Judge Evaluator
1952   Albert Schweitzer    0    -1   3   (0,-1,3) 5 Skeptic Scoffer




1952   Albert Schweitzer    -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant




1952   Albert Schweitzer    -1   1    7   (-1,1,7) 8 Benefactor Saint




1953   George C. Marshall   0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1953   George C. Marshall   1    1    4   (1,1,4)   2 Judge    Judge




1953   George C. Marshall   0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic




1953   George C. Marshall   -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant




1953   George C. Marshall   -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                          (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor
       Office of the United
          Nations High
1954                          0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
        Commissioner for
            Refugees

       Office of the United
          Nations High
1954                          1    1    3   (1,1,3)    2 Judge    Referee
        Commissioner for
            Refugees

       Office of the United
          Nations High
1954                          1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer
        Commissioner for
            Refugees

       Office of the United
          Nations High
1954                          0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic
        Commissioner for
            Refugees



       Office of the United
          Nations High
1954                          -1   -1   3   (-1,-1,3) 6 Servant Obligee
        Commissioner for
            Refugees




       Office of the United
          Nations High
1954                          -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                            (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor
        Commissioner for
            Refugees




1955        No award                          (,,)    1 Teacher    Null


1956        No award                          (,,)    1 Teacher    Null


         Lester Bowles
1957                          0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
            Pearson
       Lester Bowles
1957                   1    1    3   (1,1,3)   2 Judge   Referee
          Pearson


       Lester Bowles
1957                   1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer
          Pearson


       Lester Bowles
1957                   0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic
          Pearson




       Lester Bowles
1957                   -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant
          Pearson




       Lester Bowles
1957                   -1   1    3   (-1,1,3) 8 BenefactorSponsor
          Pearson




1958   Georges Pire    0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1958   Georges Pire    1    1    5   (1,1,5)   2 Judge Evaluator



1958   Georges Pire    0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic




1958   Georges Pire    -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant




1958   Georges Pire    -1   1    5   (-1,1,5) 8 Benefactor Patron
1959   Philip Noel-Baker   0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1959   Philip Noel-Baker   1    1    3   (1,1,3)   2 Judge   Referee




1959   Philip Noel-Baker   1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer




1959   Philip Noel-Baker   0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic




1959   Philip Noel-Baker   -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                         (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor




1960     Albert Lutuli     0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1960     Albert Lutuli     1    1    3   (1,1,3)   2 Judge   Referee




1960     Albert Lutuli     1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer




1960     Albert Lutuli     0    -1   3   (0,-1,3) 5 Skeptic Scoffer
1960       Albert Lutuli      -1   -1   3   (-1,-1,3) 6 Servant Obligee




1960       Albert Lutuli      -1   1    3   (-1,1,3) 8 BenefactorSponsor




1961    Dag Hammarskjöld                      (,,)    1 Teacher   Null




1962      Linus Pauling       0    1    6   (0,1,6)   1 Teacher Prophet




1962      Linus Pauling       1    1    5   (1,1,5)    2 Judge Evaluator



1962      Linus Pauling       0    -1   3   (0,-1,3) 5 Skeptic Scoffer




1962      Linus Pauling       -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant




1962      Linus Pauling       -1   1    5   (-1,1,5) 8 Benefactor Patron




          International
1963   Committee of the Red   0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
              Cross
          International
1963   Committee of the Red   1    1    4   (1,1,4)   2 Judge    Judge
              Cross


          International
1963   Committee of the Red   0    -1   3   (0,-1,3) 5 Skeptic Scoffer
              Cross


          International
1963   Committee of the Red -1     -1   3   (-1,-1,3) 6 Servant Obligee
              Cross




          International
1963   Committee of the Red -1     1    3   (-1,1,3) 8 BenefactorSponsor
              Cross



       League of Red Cross
1963                          0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
            Societies

       League of Red Cross
1963                          1    1    5   (1,1,5)   2 Judge Evaluator
            Societies

       League of Red Cross
1963                          0    -1   3   (0,-1,3) 5 Skeptic Scoffer
            Societies

       League of Red Cross
1963                          -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant
            Societies

       League of Red Cross
1963                          -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                            (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor
            Societies
       Martin Luther King
1964                          0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
               Jr.
       Martin Luther King
1964                          1    1    4   (1,1,4)   2 Judge    Judge
               Jr.
       Martin Luther King
1964                          1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer
               Jr.
       Martin Luther King
1964                          0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic
               Jr.
       Martin Luther King
1964                          -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant
               Jr.

        Martin Luther King
1964                          -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                            (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor
                Jr.
         United Nations
1965                          0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
         Children's Fund

         United Nations
1965                          1    1    5   (1,1,5)    2 Judge Evaluator
         Children's Fund


         United Nations
1965                          0    -1   3   (0,-1,3) 5 Skeptic Scoffer
         Children's Fund


         United Nations
1965                          -1   -1   3   (-1,-1,3) 6 Servant Obligee
         Children's Fund


         United Nations
1965                          -1   1    5   (-1,1,5) 8 Benefactor Patron
         Children's Fund


1966        No award                          (,,)    1 Teacher    Null


1967        No award                          (,,)    1 Teacher    Null




1968      René Cassin         0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1968      René Cassin         1    1    4   (1,1,4)    2 Judge    Judge

1968      René Cassin         0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic



1968      René Cassin         -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant



       International Labour
1969                          0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
           Organization


       International Labour
1969                          1    1    3   (1,1,3)    2 Judge    Referee
           Organization
       International Labour
1969                          -1   -1   3   (-1,-1,3) 6 Servant Obligee
           Organization

       International Labour
1969                          -1   1    3   (-1,1,3) 8 BenefactorSponsor
           Organization




1970    Norman Borlaug        0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1970    Norman Borlaug        1    1    4   (1,1,4)    2 Judge    Judge



1970    Norman Borlaug        0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic



1970    Norman Borlaug        -1   -1   5   (-1,-1,5) 6 Servant Citizen


1970    Norman Borlaug        -1   1    5   (-1,1,5) 8 Benefactor Patron

1971      Willy Brandt        0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher

1971      Willy Brandt        0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic


1971      Willy Brandt        -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant



1971      Willy Brandt        -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                            (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor



1972        No award                          (,,)    1 Teacher    Null


1973     Henry Kissinger      0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher


1973     Henry Kissinger      1    1    3   (1,1,3)    2 Judge    Referee


1973     Henry Kissinger      0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic
1973   Henry Kissinger   -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant


1973     Le Duc Tho                      (,,)    1 Teacher    Null


1974     Eisaku Sato     0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher


1974     Eisaku Sato     1    1    3   (1,1,3)    2 Judge    Referee

1974     Eisaku Sato     -1   -1   3   (-1,-1,3) 6 Servant Obligee


1974     Eisaku Sato     -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                       (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor




1974   Seán MacBride     0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher



1974   Seán MacBride     1    1    3   (1,1,3)    2 Judge    Referee


1974   Seán MacBride     0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic

1974   Seán MacBride     -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant

1975   Andrei Sakharov   0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher


1975   Andrei Sakharov   1    1    5   (1,1,5)    2 Judge Evaluator




1975   Andrei Sakharov   1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer




1975   Andrei Sakharov   0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic
1975     Andrei Sakharov       -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant




1975     Andrei Sakharov       -1   1    6                     Humanitarian
                                             (-1,1,6) 8 Benefactor



1976      Betty Williams       0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher


1976      Betty Williams       1    1    4   (1,1,4)    2 Judge    Judge


1976      Betty Williams       0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic


1976      Betty Williams       -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant




1976      Betty Williams       -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                             (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor




1976     Mairead Corrigan                      (,,)    1 Teacher   Null


1977   Amnesty International   0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher

1977   Amnesty International   1    1    5   (1,1,5)    2 Judge Evaluator

1977   Amnesty International   0    -1   5   (0,-1,5) 5 Skeptic Doubter


1977   Amnesty International -1     -1   5   (-1,-1,5) 6 Servant Citizen


1977   Amnesty International -1     1    6                     Humanitarian
                                             (-1,1,6) 8 Benefactor


1978      Anwar al-Sadat       0    1    6   (0,1,6)   1 Teacher Prophet
1978      Anwar al-Sadat       1    1    5   (1,1,5)   2 Judge Evaluator




1978      Anwar al-Sadat       -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant




1978      Anwar al-Sadat       -1   1    6                     Humanitarian
                                             (-1,1,6) 8 Benefactor




1978     Menachem Begin        0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher


1978     Menachem Begin        1    1    4   (1,1,4)   2 Judge    Judge


1978     Menachem Begin        -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant




1978     Menachem Begin        -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                             (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor




1979      Mother Teresa        0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher


1979      Mother Teresa        1    1    4   (1,1,4)   2 Judge    Judge

1979      Mother Teresa        -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant
1979      Mother Teresa        -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                             (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor

1980   Adolfo Pérez Esquivel   0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher



1980   Adolfo Pérez Esquivel   1    1    4   (1,1,4)   2 Judge    Judge
1980   Adolfo Pérez Esquivel   0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic



1980   Adolfo Pérez Esquivel -1     -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant


1980   Adolfo Pérez Esquivel -1     1    4                       Benefactor
                                             (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor



        Office of the United
           Nations High
1981                           0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
         Commissioner for
             Refugees

        Office of the United
           Nations High
1981                           1    1    3   (1,1,3)   2 Judge   Referee
         Commissioner for
             Refugees
        Office of the United
           Nations High
1981                           0    -1   3   (0,-1,3) 5 Skeptic Scoffer
         Commissioner for
             Refugees
        Office of the United
           Nations High
1981                           -1   -1   3   (-1,-1,3) 6 Servant Obligee
         Commissioner for
             Refugees

        Office of the United
           Nations High
1981                           -1   1    3   (-1,1,3) 8 BenefactorSponsor
         Commissioner for
             Refugees

          Alfonso García
1982                           0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
              Robles



          Alfonso García
1982                           1    1    4   (1,1,4)   2 Judge    Judge
              Robles




          Alfonso García
1982                           -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                             (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor
              Robles
1982   Alva Myrdal    1    1    4   (1,1,4)   2 Judge    Judge

1982   Alva Myrdal    1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer


1982   Alva Myrdal    0    -1   3   (0,-1,3) 5 Skeptic Scoffer


1982   Alva Myrdal    -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant


1982   Alva Myrdal    -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                    (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor


1983   Lech Walesa    0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher



1983   Lech Walesa    1    1    4   (1,1,4)   2 Judge    Judge


1983   Lech Walesa    0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic

1983   Lech Walesa    -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant


1983   Lech Walesa    -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                    (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor


1984   Desmond Tutu   0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher

1984   Desmond Tutu   1    1    4   (1,1,4)   2 Judge    Judge

1984   Desmond Tutu   1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer

1984   Desmond Tutu   0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic

1984   Desmond Tutu   -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant


1984   Desmond Tutu   -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                    (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor


1985   Bernard Lown   0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher


1985   Bernard Lown   1    1    4   (1,1,4)   2 Judge    Judge
1985     Bernard Lown        0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic

1985     Bernard Lown        -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant


1985     Bernard Lown        -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                           (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor


1985    Yevgeny Chazov       0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher


1985    Yevgeny Chazov       1    1    5   (1,1,5)    2 Judge Evaluator

1985    Yevgeny Chazov       0    -1   5   (0,-1,5) 5 Skeptic Doubter

1985    Yevgeny Chazov       -1   -1   5   (-1,-1,5) 6 Servant Citizen

1986       Elie Wiesel       0    1    6   (0,1,6)   1 Teacher Prophet


1986       Elie Wiesel       1    1    4   (1,1,4)    2 Judge   Judge

1986       Elie Wiesel       1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer

1986       Elie Wiesel       0    -1   5   (0,-1,5) 5 Skeptic Doubter


1986       Elie Wiesel       -1   -1   5   (-1,-1,5) 6 Servant Citizen




1986       Elie Wiesel       -1   1    6                     Humanitarian
                                           (-1,1,6) 8 Benefactor




1987   Oscar Arias Sánchez   0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher


1987   Oscar Arias Sánchez   1    1    4   (1,1,4)    2 Judge   Judge



1987   Oscar Arias Sánchez   -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant


1987   Oscar Arias Sánchez   -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                           (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor

         United Nations
1988                         0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
       Peacekeeping Forces
         United Nations
1988                         1    1    5   (1,1,5)    2 Judge Evaluator
       Peacekeeping Forces



         United Nations
1988                         1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer
       Peacekeeping Forces


         United Nations
1988                         0    -1   3   (0,-1,3) 5 Skeptic Scoffer
       Peacekeeping Forces

         United Nations
1988                         -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant
       Peacekeeping Forces


         United Nations
1988                         -1   1    5   (-1,1,5) 8 Benefactor Patron
       Peacekeeping Forces


1989     Tenzin Gyatso       0    1    6   (0,1,6)   1 Teacher Prophet


1989     Tenzin Gyatso       1    1    5   (1,1,5)    2 Judge Evaluator


1989     Tenzin Gyatso       0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic

1989     Tenzin Gyatso       -1   -1   5   (-1,-1,5) 6 Servant Citizen


1989     Tenzin Gyatso       -1   1    6                     Humanitarian
                                           (-1,1,6) 8 Benefactor




1990   Mikhail Gorbachev     0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher



1990   Mikhail Gorbachev     1    1    4   (1,1,4)    2 Judge    Judge

1990   Mikhail Gorbachev     -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant

1990   Mikhail Gorbachev     -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                           (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor


1991    Aung San Suu Kyi                     (,,)    1 Teacher   Null
       Rigoberta Menchú
1992                      0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
             Tum


       Rigoberta Menchú
1992                      1    1    4   (1,1,4)   2 Judge    Judge
             Tum



       Rigoberta Menchú
1992                      -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant
             Tum




       Rigoberta Menchú
1992                      -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                        (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor
             Tum




1993    F.W. de Klerk     0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher



1993    F.W. de Klerk     1    1    4   (1,1,4)   2 Judge    Judge
1993    F.W. de Klerk     1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer

1993    F.W. de Klerk     -1   -1   3   (-1,-1,3) 6 Servant Obligee


1993   Nelson Mandela     0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1993   Nelson Mandela     1    1    4   (1,1,4)   2 Judge    Judge



1993   Nelson Mandela     -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant
1993   Nelson Mandela   -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                      (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor



1994    Shimon Peres    0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher


1994    Shimon Peres    1    1    4   (1,1,4)   2 Judge    Judge

1994    Shimon Peres    -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant

1994    Yasser Arafat   0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher


1994    Yasser Arafat   1    1    4   (1,1,4)   2 Judge    Judge


1994    Yasser Arafat   -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant



1994    Yasser Arafat   -1   1    3   (-1,1,3) 8 BenefactorSponsor



1994   Yitzhak Rabin    0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher



1994   Yitzhak Rabin    1    1    4   (1,1,4)   2 Judge    Judge



1994   Yitzhak Rabin    -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant




1994   Yitzhak Rabin    -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                      (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor




1995   Joseph Rotblat   0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher


1995   Joseph Rotblat   1    1    4   (1,1,4)   2 Judge    Judge
1995      Joseph Rotblat       0    -1   3   (0,-1,3) 5 Skeptic Scoffer


1995      Joseph Rotblat       -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant

       Pugwash Conferences
1995   on Science and World    0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
              Affairs




       Pugwash Conferences
1995   on Science and World    1    1    4   (1,1,4)   2 Judge    Judge
              Affairs




       Pugwash Conferences
1995   on Science and World    0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic
              Affairs

       Pugwash Conferences
1995   on Science and World -1      1    4                       Benefactor
                                             (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor
              Affairs

       Carlos Filipe Ximenes
1996                           0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
                Belo


1996    José Ramos-Horta       0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher

           International
1997     Campaign to Ban       0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
            Landmines

           International
1997     Campaign to Ban       1    1    4   (1,1,4)   2 Judge    Judge
            Landmines



           International
1997     Campaign to Ban       0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic
            Landmines
         International
1997   Campaign to Ban   -1   -1   3   (-1,-1,3) 6 Servant Obligee
          Landmines

         International
1997   Campaign to Ban   -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                       (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor
          Landmines



1997    Jody Williams    0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1997    Jody Williams    1    1    3   (1,1,3)    2 Judge   Referee



1998    David Trimble    0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1998    David Trimble    1    1    4   (1,1,4)    2 Judge   Judge


1998    David Trimble    0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic



1998     John Hume       0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1998     John Hume       -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant




1998     John Hume       -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                       (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor



        Médecins Sans
1999                     0    1    5   (0,1,5)   1 TeacherPhilosopher
         Frontières

        Médecins Sans
1999                     1    1    5   (1,1,5)    2 Judge Evaluator
         Frontières
       Médecins Sans
1999                    -1   -1   5   (-1,-1,5) 6 Servant Citizen
        Frontières


       Médecins Sans
1999                    -1   1    5   (-1,1,5) 8 Benefactor Patron
        Frontières
2000   Kim Dae-jung     0    1    6   (0,1,6)   1 Teacher Prophet




2000   Kim Dae-jung     1    1    5   (1,1,5)    2 Judge Evaluator




2000   Kim Dae-jung     -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant




2001    Kofi Annan      0    1    5   (0,1,5)   1 TeacherPhilosopher



2001    Kofi Annan      1    1    5   (1,1,5)    2 Judge Evaluator


2001    Kofi Annan      -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant


2001    Kofi Annan      -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                      (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor


2001   United Nations                   (,,)    1 Teacher   Null



2002   Jimmy Carter     0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




2002   Jimmy Carter     1    1    5   (1,1,5)    2 Judge Evaluator


2002   Jimmy Carter     0    -1   5   (0,-1,5) 5 Skeptic Doubter
2002      Jimmy Carter        -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant




2003      Shirin Ebadi        0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher



2003      Shirin Ebadi        -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                            (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor


2004    Wangari Maathai       0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




2004    Wangari Maathai       1    1    3   (1,1,3)    2 Judge    Referee



2004    Wangari Maathai       -1   -1   3   (-1,-1,3) 6 Servant Obligee


2004    Wangari Maathai       -1   1    3   (-1,1,3) 8 BenefactorSponsor


       International Atomic
2005                                          (,,)    1 Teacher    Null
          Energy Agency


2005   Mohamed ElBaradei      0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher



2005   Mohamed ElBaradei      1    1    5   (1,1,5)    2 Judge Evaluator



2005   Mohamed ElBaradei      0    -1   3   (0,-1,3) 5 Skeptic Scoffer


2005   Mohamed ElBaradei      -1   -1   5   (-1,-1,5) 6 Servant Citizen

2005   Mohamed ElBaradei      -1   1    6                     Humanitarian
                                            (-1,1,6) 8 Benefactor


2006     Grameen Bank                         (,,)    1 Teacher    Null


2006   Muhammad Yunus         0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
2006   Muhammad Yunus      1    1    4   (1,1,4)   2 Judge    Judge


2006   Muhammad Yunus      0    -1   5   (0,-1,5) 5 Skeptic Doubter


2006   Muhammad Yunus      -1   -1   5   (-1,-1,5) 6 Servant Citizen


2006   Muhammad Yunus      -1   1    5   (-1,1,5) 8 Benefactor Patron


2007       Al Gore         0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher


2007       Al Gore         -1   -1   3   (-1,-1,3) 6 Servant Obligee

       Intergovernmental
2007    Panel on Climate   0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher
             Change

2008    Martti Ahtisaari   0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher


2008    Martti Ahtisaari   1    1    4   (1,1,4)   2 Judge    Judge


2008    Martti Ahtisaari   0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic



2008    Martti Ahtisaari   -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant




2009   Barack H. Obama     0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher



2009   Barack H. Obama     1    1    4   (1,1,4)   2 Judge    Judge


2009   Barack H. Obama     1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer


2009   Barack H. Obama     0    -1   4   (0,-1,4) 5 Skeptic Skeptic


2009   Barack H. Obama     -1   -1   3   (-1,-1,3) 6 Servant Obligee
2009    Barack H. Obama        -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                             (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor



2010       Liu Xiaobo          0    1    5   (0,1,5)   1 TeacherPhilosopher


2010       Liu Xiaobo          -1   1    5   (-1,1,5) 8 Benefactor Patron



2011   Ellen Johnson Sirleaf   0    1    5   (0,1,5)   1 TeacherPhilosopher


2011   Ellen Johnson Sirleaf   1    1    5   (1,1,5)    2 Judge Evaluator


2011   Ellen Johnson Sirleaf   -1   -1   4   (-1,-1,4) 6 Servant Servant


2011     Leymah Gbowee         0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher


2011     Leymah Gbowee         1    1    4   (1,1,4)    2 Judge   Judge

2011     Leymah Gbowee         -1   1    4                       Benefactor
                                             (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor


2011    Tawakkol Karman        0    1    4   (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher


2011    Tawakkol Karman        1    1    5   (1,1,5)    2 Judge Evaluator


2011    Tawakkol Karman        1    -1   3   (1,-1,3) 4 OppressorEnforcer




2011    Tawakkol Karman        -1   -1   5   (-1,-1,5) 6 Servant Citizen




2011    Tawakkol Karman        -1   1    5   (-1,1,5) 8 Benefactor Patron
Text                                                                           Use Birth         Lecture

No speech                                                                            20May1828


No speech                                                                            8May1828



It is highly probable that in most cases war could be avoided or ended.
For discussions allow passion to subside; and to persuade alienated
                                                                                     21May1843     18-Jul-06
neighbors, or at least one of them, to listen to the voice of a conciliator,
is a step in the direction of peace.



Civilization and morality have not yet influenced nations to consider
inviolable a promise or agreement, solemnly signed and sealed, when it
becomes part of international law. Ordinary citizens are obliged and, if
need be, compelled by force to meet their commitments. But let higher                21May1843     18-Jul-06
obligations of an international order be involved, and governments
repudiate them, more often than not with a disdainful shrug of the
shoulders.



Compulsory arbitration is a practical instrument of pacification and, as
                                                                                     21May1843     18-Jul-06
such, it can and should be enacted by the Hague Conference.



But I do not wish to impose any longer on your kind attention.                       21May1843     18-Jul-06



The utopia of today can become the reality of tomorrow. Utopias are
conceived by optimistic logic which regards constant social and
                                                                               yes   21May1843     18-Jul-06
political progress as the ultimate goal of human endeavor; pessimism
would plunge a hopeless mankind into a fresh cataclysm.




In concluding my historical survey, I invite the attention of those who
wish to devote some serious study to the relationships between war and               19Feb1833     18-Jul-06
the moral and material development of mankind.
And as the din of battle fades away, the work of civilization must start
all over again in a world of physical and moral chaos. This, then, is
                                                                                    19Feb1833   18-Jul-06
what is known as the ennobling and civilizing influence of war through
the ages!



In the time at our disposal this evening, we pilgrims of peace might
imitate the traveler and note how many milestones we have passed:
whether we have made any real progress, whether we have any cause             yes   18Mar1828   15-Jan-05
for rejoicing, whether any - and if so, what - real obstacles are still to be
overcome.



It may be that for a long time some nations will continue to fight each
other, but the example of those nations who prefer arbitration to war,
                                                                                    18Mar1828   15-Jan-05
law courts to the battlefield, must sooner or later influence the
belligerent powers and make war as unpopular as pugilism is now.



Ever since the Nobel Committee awarded me the prize, I have been
anxious to fulfill the condition which they impose upon the recipient,
                                                                                    18Mar1828   15-Jan-05
that he should visit Christiania [Oslo] and deliver an address upon the
subject of arbitration and peace.



Nearly the whole of the fund placed at my disposal has been given to
                                                                                    18Mar1828   15-Jan-05
and profitably invested for the use of the League.



I hope, however, that others may be induced to follow my example, and
                                                                                    18Mar1828   15-Jan-05
that before I die I may see the dream of my life realized.



No speech



It is erroneous to believe that the future will of necessity continue the
trends of the past and the present. The past and present move away
from us in the stream of time like the passing landscape of the              yes    9Jun1843    18-Apr-06
riverbanks, as the vessel carrying mankind is borne inexorably by the
current toward new shores.
The beneficial results of a secure world peace are almost inconceivable,
but even more inconceivable are the consequences of the threatening      yes       9Jun1843    18-Apr-06
world war which many misguided people are prepared to precipitate.




The many aspects of this question are what the second Hague
Conference should be discussing rather than the proposed topics
                                                                                   9Jun1843    18-Apr-06
concerning the laws and practices of war at sea, the bombardment of
ports, towns, and villages, the laying of mines, and so on.




The stars of eternal truth and right have always shone in the firmament
of human understanding. The process of bringing them down to earth,
                                                                        yes        9Jun1843    18-Apr-06
remolding them into practical forms, imbuing them with vitality, and
then making use of them, has been a long one.



We must ever bear in mind that the great end in view is righteousness,
justice as between man and man, nation and nation, the chance to lead
                                                                                   27Oct1858   5-May-10
our lives on a somewhat higher level, with a broader spirit of brotherly
goodwill one for another.



We despise and abhor the bully, the brawler, the oppressor, whether in
private or public life, but we despise no less the coward and the                  27Oct1858   5-May-10
voluptuary.



Finally, it would be a masterstroke if those great powers honestly bent
on peace would form a League of Peace, not only to keep the peace
                                                                                   27Oct1858   5-May-10
among themselves, but to prevent, by force if necessary, its being
broken by others.



There are, of course, states so backward that a civilized community
ought not to enter into an arbitration treaty with them, at least until we
                                                                             yes   27Oct1858   5-May-10
have gone much further than at present in securing some kind of
international police action.
Our words must be judged by our deeds; and in striving for a lofty ideal
we must use practical methods; and if we cannot attain all at one leap,
                                                                               27Oct1858   5-May-10
we must advance towards it step by step, reasonably content so long as
we do actually make some progress in the right direction.



I therefore used it (the prize money) as a nucleus for a foundation1 to
forward the cause of industrial peace, as being well within the general        27Oct1858   5-May-10
purpose of your Committee;...



It is with peculiar pleasure that I stand here today to express the deep
appreciation I feel of the high honor conferred upon me by the                 27Oct1858   5-May-10
presentation of the Nobel Peace Prize.



Like them, we proclaimed our primary obligation to be that of
liberating our country, believing with Immanuel Kant that to hasten the
                                                                               20Sep1833   25-Aug-09
great and beneficial advent of united mankind, it is first essential to
restore nations to their natural frontiers.



Pacifism - as we have always advocated it, and as you are practicing it -
does not seek to obliterate countries by throwing them into the melting
                                                                               20Sep1833   25-Aug-09
pot of cosmopolitanism, but to organize them, if this is not already the
case, according to the dictates of justice.



The enemy prisoners and wounded were all well treated.                         20Sep1833   25-Aug-09



Today, unfortunately, what many facts indicate only too well is that
universal peace, as we conceive of it, still lies far in the distant future,
                                                                               20Sep1833   25-Aug-09
and in view of the growing greed for the lands of others, the weaker
countries can no longer trust the stronger ones.




For all the honors I have received and for a public acclaim as great as
any man could wish for, you have placed me in your debt; indeed, the
                                                                               20Sep1833   25-Aug-09
years of life still left to me are too short in which to demonstrate to you,
by renewed activity in my propagandist work, my undying gratitude.
The more each nation contributes to world society from the wealth of
its own aptitudes, its own race, and its own traditions, the greater the      20Sep1833   25-Aug-09
future development and happiness of mankind will be.




I merely speak as a man who has always been a keen observer of these
events, now and again taking a modest part in them, and as one who has
                                                                              21May1843   18-May-08
profited from the time that has elapsed to evaluate, at a distance from
the heat of discussion, the results achieved through strenuous effort.




However, if they wish to see maintained the tradition of these
conferences to which they are invited, they would do well to exercise a
                                                                              21May1843   18-May-08
certain restraint and to avoid the fallacious belief that obstinacy, not to
say obstructionism, is the best way of asserting their independence.




True, but it is no small matter that a moral duty be recognized by the
majority of nations. By force of circumstance, it eventually becomes a
                                                                              21May1843   18-May-08
part of custom and compels as much acknowledgment as if it had
constituted a strict obligation in the first place.



...each country must give up stubborn adherence to its own ideas and
concede whatever it can without actually injuring its own essential           21May1843   18-May-08
interests.



My role has not, in the main, been that of a propagandist, but rather that
                                                                              21Apr1837   18-May-09
of an organizer whose work has been discharged behind the scenes.



What I have called 'pacigérance' is clearly part of the larger struggle for
civilization which is progressing on an increasingly broad front: it is
civilization's battle between rule by law and rule by power. In this          21Apr1837   18-May-09
context, pacifists should stress more and more that it is the rule of law
for which they are fighting.
The proposals which are adopted at [peace] congresses should be
referred to the [interparliamentary] conferences, and in turn the
                                                                              21Apr1837   18-May-09
congresses should strive to influence the people and to implement the
decisions which are taken at the interparliamentary conferences.



No interests, however great, are higher than those common to the whole
                                                                              27Oct1844   10-Dec-08
of mankind.



It would be much wiser to try to expose the meaning of such rumors
                                                                              27Oct1844   10-Dec-08
than to let ourselves be taken in by them.



This applies to all nations. It also applies first and last to individuals,
especially in the context of their citizenship. They should each of them
                                                                              27Oct1844   10-Dec-08
carry the responsibility for the welfare of their country and for the
whole of mankind.



Thus the concept of peace, mankind's most brilliant treasure, has at last
                                                                              27Oct1844   10-Dec-08
been disclosed to the eyes of us all.


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No speech


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No speech                                                                     28Apr1838



The point of departure of the process to which we wish to contribute is
the fact that war is the natural reaction of human nature in the savage       15Feb1845   10-Dec-13
state, while peace is the result of acquired characteristics.
Yet the continual recurrence of war and the universally increasing
preparations for war based upon expectation of it among nations all of
whom declare themselves in favor of peace, indicate that intellectual
acceptance of peace doctrine is not sufficient to control conduct, and yes      15Feb1845   10-Dec-13
that a general feeling in favor of peace, however sincere, does not
furnish a strong enough motive to withstand the passions which lead to
war when a cause of quarrel has arisen.




In the new era that is dawning of the world's public opinion we need
not wait for the international policeman, with his artillery, for, when
any people feels that its government has done a shameful thing and has yes      15Feb1845   10-Dec-13
brought them into disgrace in the opinion of the world, theirs will be
the vengeance and they will inflict the punishment.



It is plain that, under the present organization of civilization in
independent nationalities, questions of public policy supposed to be
vital cannot be submitted to arbitration because that would be an               15Feb1845   10-Dec-13
abdication of independence and the placing of government pro tanto in
the hands of others.



The process of formulating and securing agreement upon rules of
                                                                         yes    15Feb1845   10-Dec-13
international law should be pressed forward in every direction.



Recognition of the horrors of war and the blessings of peace,
acceptance of the dogma 'War is wrong and to keep the peace a duty',
are so universal that upon the surface it seems only necessary to state a yes   15Feb1845   10-Dec-13
few incontrovertible truths and to press them upon the attention of
mankind, in order to have war end and peace reign perpetually.



No speech                                                                       22Apr1854


No speech


No speech
No speech


No speech


No speech


I am convinced that our generation has, despite its wounds, made
                                                                                   28Dec1856   10-Dec-20
notable progress.



In the indefinite course of [the] years before us there will be abundant
opportunity for others to distinguish themselves in the crusade against            28Dec1856   10-Dec-20
hate and fear and war.



Whatever has been accomplished in the past is petty compared to the
                                                                             yes   28Dec1856   10-Dec-20
glory and promise of the future.


The victory had been, above all, a victory for law and order, and for
                                                                                   21May1851   10-Dec-22
civilization itself.



Human passions, like the forces of nature, are eternal; it is not a matter
of denying their existence, but of assessing them and understanding                21May1851   10-Dec-22
them.



We talk of moral force. But this does not mean that we exclude the use
of material force when necessary in extreme cases against nations      yes         21May1851   10-Dec-22
found guilty of violating the Covenant.



Certainly, this sudden unleashing of a cataclysm unequalled in the past,
appeared to be the direct negation of the hopes which Nobel had                    21May1851   10-Dec-22
nurtured when he founded the Peace Prize.



Never should the power of an individual be allowed to impede the
progress of the rest of the nation; never should the power of a nation be          21May1851   10-Dec-22
allowed to impede the progress of mankind.
Out of the horror of four years of war had emerged, like a supreme
protest, a new idea which was implanting itself in the minds of all
                                                                               21May1851   10-Dec-22
people: that of the necessity for civilized nations to join together for the
defense of law and order and the maintenance of peace.




Internationalism is a social and political theory, a certain concept of
how human society ought to be organized, and in particular a concept           17Sep1869   13-Dec-21
of how the nations ought to organize their mutual relations.




If the sovereign state were supported only by the narrow, self-serving
ideas embodied in economic isolationism and militarism, it would not
be able to count on a secure existence, for internationalism could wage
                                                                               17Sep1869   13-Dec-21
a fairly effective fight against it. But the sovereign state is also
sustained by a spiritual principle: it claims to be 'national', to represent
the people's individuality as a distinct section of mankind.



The past dies hard because the contemporary political organizations or
holders of power seldom bend themselves willingly to the needs of the
new age, and because past glories and traditions generally become
                                                                               17Sep1869   13-Dec-21
transformed into poetic or religious symbols, emotional images, which
must be repudiated by the practical and prosaic demands of the new
age.



For this belief, the valley of the shadow of death is but a war station on
                                                                               17Sep1869   13-Dec-21
the road to the blessed summit.


And the courageous work of bridging these gaps across the broken
                                                                               23Nov1860   19-Jun-22
world has scarcely been begun.


No nation is so great as to be able to afford, in the long run, to remain
                                                                               23Nov1860   19-Jun-22
outside an increasingly universal League of Nations.



The whole collective force of the League is to be turned against the
                                                                               23Nov1860   19-Jun-22
aggressor, with more or less pressure according to the need.
It has stood as an ideal for some of the most highly developed minds
for a millennium; yet in spite of all the progress of civilization, nobody
                                                                             23Nov1860   19-Jun-22
can step forward today and claim with any certainty that this goal will
be reached in the near future.



No matter how far off this high goal may appear to be, no matter how
violently shattered may be the illusion entertained at times by many of
us that any future war between highly civilized nations is as
inconceivable as one between the Scandinavian brothers, we may be            23Nov1860   19-Jun-22
certain of one thing: that for those who cherish humanity, even after its
relapse into barbarism these past years, the only road to follow is that
of the imperishable ideal of the fraternity of nations.




A formally recognized equality does, however, accord the smaller
nations a position which they should be able to use increasingly in the      23Nov1860   19-Jun-22
interest of humanity as a whole and in the service of the ideal.



The history of mankind rises and falls like the waves.                       10Oct1861   19-Dec-22



Whether these things are true or not, the mere fact that they are uttered
at all reflects the manner in which the whole European community and
its way of life have been and still are toys in the hands of reckless
political and financial speculators - perhaps largely bunglers, inferior     10Oct1861   19-Dec-22
men who do not realize the outcome of their actions, but who still
speculate and gamble with the most valuable interests of European
civilization.



They may mean well enough, many of them at any rate, but politics and
new political programs are no longer of service to the world - the world     10Oct1861   19-Dec-22
has had only too many of them.



Surely those who have seen at first hand the destitution pervading our
misgoverned Europe and actually experienced some of the endless
                                                                             10Oct1861   19-Dec-22
suffering must realize that the world can no longer rely on panaceas,
paper, and words.
In my opinion, the only avenue to salvation lies in cooperation between
                                                                           10Oct1861   19-Dec-22
all nations on a basis of honest endeavor.


No speech


No speech


Without their help I would have been able to do nothing.                   16Oct1863   10-Dec-26



I had the good fortune to have, in my work, the collaboration of two
statesmen both remarkable for the magnanimity of their spirit, for the     16Oct1863   10-Dec-26
independence of their judgment, and for their love of peace.



No speech                                                                  27Aug1865



No recognition could be more precious to me than this which now
crowns the most important effort of my public life, one I have dedicated   28Mar1862   10-Dec-26
in every way within my power to the realization of your ideal of peace.




The great men of a nation reach out to all mankind. They are unifying,
                                                                           10May1878   29-Jun-27
not divisive; internationally conciliating and still great nationally.



Downtrodden and humiliated, beggars who had once been leaders,
these people in their pessimism became the sharpest critics of
                                                                           10May1878   29-Jun-27
unjustified attacks from without and of lack of respect for tradition at
home.



But today all members of society are servants of the state.                10May1878   29-Jun-27



Voices were heard from the United States of America which made it
clear that America wanted a peaceful and united Europe as a basis for      10May1878   29-Jun-27
mutual cooperation.
Without excessive self-confidence, with a deep awareness of the
difficulties which confront them, as well as with the wisdom and
moderation which they must always display, they courageously                    20Dec1841   31-May-28
undertake the conversion of mankind to a doctrine which will mean
definitive progress.



Thus, war has put an end to itself. It has put itself in the position of
                                                                                20Dec1841   31-May-28
executioner of the whole earth.



They are so frightening that no comparison can give even an inkling of
their possibilities. The direct consequences would be the destruction of
                                                                                20Dec1841   31-May-28
the human race and the abandonment
of all that has, up to now, constituted civilization.



We shall not delve into a study of the important debates to which the
American proposal gave rise. The solution of the problems which have            20Dec1841   31-May-28
to be faced is far from being a simple one.



Our first and foremost moral obligation, I believe, is to bring influence
                                                                          yes   20Dec1841   31-May-28
to bear, not on governments, but on the people themselves.



Such then, Gentlemen, are the first fruits of this international
                                                                                20Dec1841   31-May-28
association of teachers.



Lightly armed nations can move toward war just as easily as those
which are armed to the teeth, and they will do so if the usual causes of        23Mar1858   12-Dec-27
war are not removed.



Apart from these differences, which have reappeared at the present time
more sharply and seriously until they have become irreconcilable
conflicts, the outcome of discussion has been not only an understanding
of the enormous importance of the two problems each considered                  23Mar1858   12-Dec-27
separately from the other, but also a recognition of their complete
interdependence. Let us now review the individual development of each
before the war: first disarmament, then security.
Kant found the only assurance for peace in the idea that war would
become so terrible and unbearable that human beings, even though they
                                                                                 23Mar1858   12-Dec-27
remain as morally weak as they now are, would be forced to work
together for peace.



This argument is so well known and so often discussed that there is no
need to linger over it. It will be sufficient to point to the enormous
                                                                                 23Mar1858   12-Dec-27
burdens which armaments place on the economic, social, and
intellectual resources of a nation, as well as on its budget and taxes.



We pacifists have not ceased to point to the grave danger of armaments
                                                                                 23Mar1858   12-Dec-27
and to insist on their curtailment.



Every success in limiting armaments is a sign that the will to achieve
mutual understanding exists, and every such success thus supports the            23Mar1858   12-Dec-27
fight for international law and order.



No speech



There will always be disputes between nations which, at times, will
inflame the public and threaten conflicts, but the main thing is to
                                                                                 22Dec1856   10-Dec-29
educate the people of the world to be ever mindful that there are better
means of settling such disputes than by war.



Warned by the disaster of the last great war, the statesmen of all nations
have been taking measures to prevent the return of another such            yes   22Dec1856   10-Dec-29
calamity.



I know there are those who believe that peace will not be attained until
some super-tribunal is established to punish the violaters of such
treaties, but I believe that in the end the abolition of war, the
maintenance of world peace, the adjustment of international questions            22Dec1856   10-Dec-29
by pacific means will come through the force of public opinion, which
controls nations and peoples - that public opinion which shapes our
destinies and guides the progress of human affairs.
It is not to be expected that human nature will change in a day; perhaps
it is too much to expect that the age-old institution of war, which has,
through the centuries, been recognized by international law as a
sovereign right and has darkened the pages of history with the story of    22Dec1856   10-Dec-29
blood and destruction, will be at once abolished, but people of all
nations should be encouraged by the great progress which has been
made since the war in the furtherance of international peace.



The churches, the peace societies, the schools and colleges should add
                                                                           22Dec1856   10-Dec-29
their educational influence to this great movement.



I rather share the opinion of those of broader vision, who see in the
                                                                           22Dec1856   10-Dec-29
signs of the time hope of humanity for peace.



The outcome of the meeting in December, 1917, was a declaration of
                                                                           15Jan1866   11-Dec-30
faith in brotherhood, justice, and peace.


Peace can be reached only through fighting against the ancient Adam in
                                                                           15Jan1866   11-Dec-30
ourselves and in others.



Filled with anguish, we asked ourselves whether the church, which had
                                                                           15Jan1866   11-Dec-30
been called the Prince of Peace, had fulfilled its duty.



The aim was to examine what the different churches could achieve in
the struggle against war, and how they could bring about the proper        15Jan1866   11-Dec-30
state of mind or climate needed for better international understanding.



No speech                                                                  6Sep1860


It is a program of peace for the constructive statesmanship of today and
                                                                           2Apr1862    10-Dec-31
tomorrow.


It will not do to confine to mere words our efforts for peace.             2Apr1862    10-Dec-31
No speech


War is the outcome, not mainly of evil intentions, but on the whole, of
                                                                             26De1872    12-Jun-35
good intentions which miscarry or are frustrated.



If their policy of destroying the League should ultimately produce war,
it is not their intention which would be at fault, but their judgment; not
                                                                             26De1872    12-Jun-35
their aims, but their calculations as to the means by which the end may
be obtained.



The Nationalisms, the Protectionisms, the Mercantilisms and all the
other fallacies which rack Europe and create the chaos are sincerely
                                                                             26De1872    12-Jun-35
held fallacies. They are, to these multitudes, the truth, and the prophet
who denies them shall be stoned.



You will understand me when I say that I have no adequate expression
for what I feel in the fact that the thirty years of labor which I have      26De1872    12-Jun-35
given to this cause should have been so crowned.



If such phenomena as nationalism, for instance, can assume forms that
are gravely dangerous, it is because the nationalist appeal finds
                                                                             26De1872    12-Jun-35
response in deep human impulses, instincts, in psychological facts
which we must face.



And if the problem for the laymen is to know how to choose, the
problem for the expert adviser is not only, and not first, to find the way
of escape; it is first to enable those for whom the way of escape is         26De1872    12-Jun-35
designed, and who are travelling in other directions, to see that it is
indeed the right road.



Therefore, let us not despair, but instead, survey the position, consider
carefully the action we must take, and then address ourselves to our
                                                                             13Sep1863   11-Dec-34
common task in a mood of sober resolution and quiet confidence,
without haste and without pause.
In short, it may be said that on paper the obligations to settle
international disputes peacefully are now so comprehensive and far-
reaching that it is almost impossible for a state to resort to war without yes   13Sep1863   11-Dec-34
violating one or more solemn treaty obligations. But no one would be
bold enough to suggest that this is enough to ensure peace.



At the outset the League's economic and financial work was hampered
by the existence of the questions of reparations and debts, with which it
was not allowed to deal, but which were being handled on lines that              13Sep1863   11-Dec-34
made fruitful international economic and financial cooperation
exceedingly difficult.



It is because I believe that it is in the power of such nations to lead the
world back into the paths of peace that I propose to devote myself to
                                                                                 13Sep1863   11-Dec-34
explaining what, in my opinion, can and should be done to banish the
fear of war that hangs so heavily over the world.



We had four years of world war which the peoples endured only
because they were told that their sufferings would free humanity                 13Sep1863   11-Dec-34
forever from the scourge of war.


No speech                                                                        3Oct1889



It is true I have devoted a great part of my life to collaborating
principally in the political field in carrying out that ideal, and as a
citizen of America who has presided over five conferences to promote             1Nov1878    25-Nov-31
peace I feel that I may interpret the aspirations of the nations of this
continent.



Peace cannot be obtained merely by the artificial efforts of the
ministries of foreign affairs if the latter limit their purposes to the
                                                                                 1Nov1878    25-Nov-31
coordination of interests, transitory and accidental, in the field of
politics.
Such maladjustment is the underlying cause of rebellion, of protest, of
subversive movements. Its eradication will mean elimination of the
motives underlying the extreme extent of institutional abnormalities
which are aimed to determine and to represent moods: that is to say, the    1Nov1878    25-Nov-31
inalienable right of the people to control their destiny, or, on the
contrary, to have them degenerate into demagoguery, communism, or
anarchy.



It was not in vain that the Treaty of Versailles formulated the principle
that social peace must be erected on the basis of greater social justice.
That contest, sometimes forgotten, must impel us to forever give to         1Nov1878    25-Nov-31
collective humanity greater security, greater comfort, and a more
assured livelihood.



The achievement of that supreme objective should not, however, be
based in any way on narrowness or egotism, for in the universe in
                                                                            1Nov1878    25-Nov-31
which we live we are bound together by an interdependence which
reacts with intense repercussions on the life of the world as a whole.



It is not anything particularly wicked, but it is natural that men who
have been brought up in a profession believe that the principles in
which they have been brought up and which they have been taught to          14Sep1864    1-Jun-38
trust are the right principles and that any change in them is hazardous
and probably pernicious.



It was no doubt the failure of the League to check aggression in the Far
East which first struck a blow at the whole system which we were
                                                                            14Sep1864    1-Jun-38
trying to establish and which facilitated even greater attacks on
international security.



In my own country, and perhaps in some others, the workers for the
League of Nations are sometimes reproached with attaching too much          14Sep1864    1-Jun-38
importance to collective security and the forcible prevention of war.
And I am perfectly satisfied that the attempt to limit and reduce
armaments by international action must be resumed and the sooner the        14Sep1864   1-Jun-38
better, if the world is to be saved from a fresh and bloody disaster.



I am still convinced that with a little more courage and foresight,
particularly among those who were directing the policy of the so-called
Great Powers, we might have achieved a limitation of international          14Sep1864   1-Jun-38
armaments, with all the enormously beneficial consequences which that
would have given us.



It has become more and more obvious, to me at least, that the
permanent insecurity in which the refugees live, their constant fear of
being driven away once again from the humble abodes they have
created, is perhaps the worst aspect of their plight.



It is sometimes said that the Nansen Office has done too much for the
refugees, that they will become spoiled. People who say this reveal a
total ignorance of the poverty, the need, and the depth of misery that
still exist on a wide scale, even among the refugees who have now
struggled for nearly twenty years against the harshness of fate and lack
of human understanding.



As everyone knows, the Armenian people had lost home and country as
a result of the deportations and massacres which they suffered both
during and after the war.



What meager resources these people can live on when necessity
demands, how great is human endurance in desperate circumstances -
these are wonders which no one who has not witnessed them for
himself can comprehend!



The old colonies of refugees must continue to live where they are at
present, and it ought to be obvious to every civilized nation that, after
some twenty years of uncertain existence, these poor people should
have acquired at least a moral right to live in peace and security.
The Council naturally greatly appreciates the material benefits that the
Nobel Prize will bring to the refugees under the care of the Nansen
Office, but it rejoices above all in the moral effect that the Nobel
Committee's decision cannot fail to exert on world opinion by
emphasizing the enormous importance of the refugee problem.




Many a refugee has been saved by just a single 100-kroner note, not to
mention the countless instances in which a loan or grant of about 200
kroner has enabled the head of a family to take up a trade or start a
small business, or else save his livelihood at a critical moment.



No speech


No speech


No speech


No speech


No speech


The Conventions in force are quite explicit on the statute dealing with
prisoners of war.


A large number of war victims could not be helped as much as we
should have liked.



Before so many distinguished, well-informed persons, there is no need
for me to recall the many activities of the Red Cross, nor even, more
particularly, those of the International Committee.
Ever since 1864, it has been the object of the International Committee
of the Red Cross to brave such 'savage paths', paths lined by hedges
often covered with blood and barred by obstacles which seem at first
sight to be insurmountable.



Meanwhile in 1938, the Committee took steps which would, in the
event of a new war, enable it in all good faith to declare to the
governments concerned, as well as to the various National Red Cross
Societies, that it was prepared to fulfil its duties in accordance with the
Red Cross Conventions insofar as the governments and military
authorities concerned would permit.



The Agency had established service departments for every belligerent
nation in the world; it was therefore able to supply a multitude of
families with information, and also to insure for a great many prisoners
a correspondence otherwise difficult to establish between them and
their families.



The problem of peace is uppermost today in the hearts and minds of all
of us, as the world emerges from the staggering ordeal of the most            2Oct1871   10-Dec-45
widespread and cruel war of all the ages.



Triumphant science and technology are only at the threshold of man's
command over sources of energy so stupendous that, if used for                2Oct1871   10-Dec-45
military purposes, they can wipe out our entire civilization.



To be sure, no piece of social machinery, however well constructed,
can be effective unless there is back of it a will and a determination to     2Oct1871   10-Dec-45
make it work.



There is no greater responsibility resting upon peoples and
governments everywhere than to make sure that enduring peace will             2Oct1871   10-Dec-45
this time - at long last - be established and maintained.
The Nobel Peace Prize has come to occupy a very special place in the
thoughts - and emotions of forward-looking humanity. It has become a
supreme mark of distinction in the field of effort directed toward the yes       2Oct1871    10-Dec-45
attainment of man's highest aspiration - the establishment of enduring
peace based on justice and fair-dealing for all.



The change from peasant agriculture and handicraft to machinery is a
                                                                                 8Jan1867     7-Apr-48
main dividing line in human history.



But we not only undergo events, we in part cause them or at least
                                                                           yes   8Jan1867     7-Apr-48
influence their course.



Conceivably possible, conceivably adequate and effective are non-
military controls, moral pressure, collective political pressure,
collective economic pressure through so-called economic sanctions of             8Jan1867     7-Apr-48
many kinds and, finally, organized police methods and armed
constabulary forces of a non-military type.



As to judging our own time, and thereby gaining some basis for a
judgment of future possibilities, we are doubtless not only too close to
                                                                           yes   8Jan1867     7-Apr-48
it to appraise it but too much formed by it and enclosed within it to do
so.



The question whether the long effort to put an end to war can succeed
without another major convulsion challenges not only our minds but               8Jan1867     7-Apr-48
our sense of responsibility.



It is not by fear that mankind must exorcise the demon of destruction
and cruelty, but by motives more reasonable, more humane, and more               8Jan1867     7-Apr-48
heroic.



It is literally true that old things are passing away; all things may
                                                                                 25May1865   13-Dec-46
become new, granted we have wise, unselfish, and determined guides.
The summons has come to wage a better planned, more aggressive, and
more triumphant warfare against the age-long enemies of mankind -                25May1865   13-Dec-46
ignorance, poverty, disease, strife, and sin.



And here let us remind ourselves of the traits of the true statesman - the
                                                                                 25May1865   13-Dec-46
genuinely Christian statesman. He simply must be a man of vision.




So we believe that war is merely a convention of social habit and we
believe that these conventions of social habit are subject to change, as
much as we believe in the transformation of individuals.



Today you have atoned for that persecution of the Quakers.


No, we do not know all the answers, but at least we know what most of
the questions are.



If an individual thinks that war is evil, we are so simpleminded, so
naive, as to say: 'If war is evil, then I do not take part in it', just as one
might say, if drunkenness is evil, then I do not drink; if slaveholding is
evil, then I do not hold slaves.



As final payment to the unknown enemies in that city the English
Quakers gave this school.



The nature of religion on the one hand and the task of abolishing war
on the other seem to us to fit perfectly with each other as task and tool
should fit.



We all become part of the divine family, and as such we are all
responsible for one another, carrying our share of the shame when
wrong is done and of the burden of suffering.
All of us have much that is primitive in us, and Friends do not ignore
the fact that emotions cause gulfs between groups of people, but,
because of their belief in the power of man to respond to the divine
within him, Quakers know that difficulties can be resolved; so they are
frequently led into places of tension.



We are very conscious of our human inability to make an adequate
response and we pray for strength if God desires us to continue in the
work.



Because this responsibility has been laid upon us, I wish today to ask
your understanding of the principles that lie at the root of the Quaker
attitude to service and to show the resulting effect on the work
undertaken.



He found too that this capacity lay within every man and that the light
could shine through all men. This did not make him believe that all that
men did was good; this was obviously untrue, but that there was within
every man something fundamentally good that could be developed.



No speech



In this lecture I wish to consider the possibility of eliminating the
causes of war and bringing in a new era of world unity and peace by the
                                                                           23Dec1880   12-Dec-49
intelligent application of the new knowledge and new powers over the
forces of nature which modern science has given mankind.



The destruction of the false gods of the enemy, which threaten the true
religion, has always justified propaganda of fear and hatred to
                                                                           23Dec1880   12-Dec-49
overcome the natural reluctance of soldiers to kill their fellowmen with
whom indeed they had no quarrel.



World peace must be based on world plenty.                                 23Dec1880   12-Dec-49
Our civilization is now in the transition stage between the age of
                                                                             23Dec1880    12-Dec-49
warring empires and a new age of world unity and peace.



If human relations were governed by the sagacity of the great
philosophers, there would be little danger of war, for in their collective
                                                                               7-Aug-04   11-Dec-50
wisdom over the centuries they have clearly charted the course to free
and peaceful living among men.



Words, in a constant flow of propaganda - itself an instrument of war -
                                                                               7-Aug-04   11-Dec-50
are employed to confuse, mislead, and debase the common man.




If this should be so, the pitiless wrath of the organized world must fall
                                                                               7-Aug-04   11-Dec-50
upon those who would endanger the peace for selfish ends.



The words used by statesmen in our day no longer have a common
                                                                               7-Aug-04   11-Dec-50
meaning. Perhaps they never had.



But the United Nations need not fail. Surely, every man of reason must
                                                                       yes     7-Aug-04   11-Dec-50
work and pray to the end that it will not fail.



Reflecting the hopes and aspirations of all peoples for peace, security,
freedom, and justice, the foundations of the United Nations are firmly         7-Aug-04   11-Dec-50
anchored, and its moral sanctions are strong.



I remain convinced, as do my comrades of the C.I.S.L 21, that we
cannot talk seriously of general, or even of partial, disarmament,           1Jul1879     11-Dec-51
without accepting the need for effective international surveillance.
Not only does war kill workers by the thousand, nay, by the million,
destroy their homes, lay waste the fields which took them centuries of
effort to cultivate, raze to the ground the factories they built with their
own hands, and reduce for years the standard of living of the working         1Jul1879    11-Dec-51
masses, but it also gives man an increasingly acute feeling of his
helplessness before the forces of violence, and consequently severely
retards his progress toward an age of peace, justice, and well-being.



Efforts to wrest weapons away from nations bending under the weight
                                                                              1Jul1879    11-Dec-51
of so many instruments of death were equally futile.



I have never ceased to do my utmost to be the faithful interpreter and
devoted servant of the ideals of peace and justice upheld by out trade-
                                                                              1Jul1879    11-Dec-51
union organizations, and at such a solemn moment it was natural for me
to regard myself simply as their representative.




The decision of the Committee of the Norwegian Parliament, which, in
awarding me the Nobel Peace Prize for 1951, has recognized and
proclaimed the importance and the steadfastness of the pacifist efforts yes   1Jul1879    11-Dec-51
of the trade unionists, cannot but greatly assist the spread of these ideas
and considerably extend their sphere of influence.



From 1918 on, trade unionists were to express from the platforms of
their congresses the workers' desire for peace through a rational             1Jul1879    11-Dec-51
organization of the world.



All men, even the semicivilized and the primitive, are, as beings
capable of compassion, able to develop a humanitarian spirit. It abides       14Jan1875   4-Nov-54
within them like tinder ready to be lit, waiting only for a spark.



No longer can we evade the question of the future of mankind.                 14Jan1875   4-Nov-54
Nevertheless these two institutions (League of Nations and United
Nations) have been unable to bring about peace. Their efforts were
                                                                       yes   14Jan1875   4-Nov-54
doomed to fail since they were obliged to undertake them in a world in
which there was no prevailing spirit directed toward peace.



Since we now know what a terrible evil war is, we must spare no effort
                                                                             14Jan1875   4-Nov-54
to prevent its recurrence.



It (the spirit of humanitarianism) is convinced that compassion, in
which ethics takes root, does not assume its true proportions until it
embraces not only man but every living being. To the old ethics, which yes   14Jan1875   4-Nov-54
lacked this depth and force of conviction, has been added the ethics of
reverence for life, and its validity is steadily gaining in recognition.



What I would like to do is point our attention to some directions in
                                                                             31Dec1880   11-Dec-53
which efforts to attain peace seem promising of success.



But the maintenance of large armies for an indefinite period is not a
                                                                             31Dec1880   11-Dec-53
practical or a promising basis for policy.



In my country my military associates frequently tell me that we
Americans have learned our lesson. I completely disagree with this
                                                                             31Dec1880   11-Dec-53
contention and point to the rapid disintegration between 1945 and 1950
of our once vast power for maintaining the peace.



I speak of this with deep feeling because in 1939 and again in the early
fall of 1950 it suddenly became my duty, my responsibility, to rebuild
                                                                             31Dec1880   11-Dec-53
our national military strength in the very face of the gravest
emergencies.



Perhaps the most important single factor will be a spiritual regeneration
                                                                             31Dec1880   11-Dec-53
to develop goodwill, faith, and understanding among nations.
The political refugee under the mandate of the United Nations is an
alien, and being an alien is his fundamental disability.



As a matter of principle, the United Nations does not and should not go
beyond assistance, the need for which arises from the status of the
refugee who asks for it.



Often he would end up in jail, as in our complicated world a man
without identity papers and without a right of residence in any country
is hardly considered as a human being.



Much as the refugee may be in need of such assistance, it would be
virtually impossible for the Office to provide it in hundreds of
thousands of individual cases.



Theoretically it could be regretted that these latter groups are excluded
from the United Nations mandate, but practically it must be admitted
that a wider definition would include so many millions of uprooted
people as to paralyze the Office and make it quite impossible to work
out any program.



We have in the past few years registered hundreds of cases of this kind
and are greatly encouraged by the fact that a conference of
governmental experts coming from seven countries, and convened on
the initiative of the Dutch government, has recently tackled this
problem in a way which promises much for the refugees concerned.



No speech


No speech


True there has been more talk of peace since 1945 than, I should think,
                                                                            23Apr1897   11-Dec-57
at any other time in history.
But while we all pray for peace, we do not always, as free citizens,
                                                                           yes   23Apr1897     11-Dec-57
support the policies that make for peace or reject those which do not.



We want our own kind of peace, brought about in our own way.                     23Apr1897     11-Dec-57


A great gulf, however, has been opened between man's material
advance and his social and moral progress, a gulf in which he may one            23Apr1897     11-Dec-57
day be lost if it is not closed or narrowed.



In the end, the whole problem always returns to people; yes, to one
person and his own individual response to the challenges that confront
him.                                                                             23Apr1897     11-Dec-57




Very often the words are good and even inspiring, the embodiment of
                                                                                 23Apr1897     11-Dec-57
our hopes and our prayers for peace.



There is perhaps no surer road to peace than the one that starts from
little islands and oases of genuine kindness, islands and oases
                                                                                   10-Feb-10   11-Dec-58
constantly growing in number and being continually joined together
until eventually they ring the world.



What better way is there of making peace a reality than to tackle the
                                                                                   10-Feb-10   11-Dec-58
problem of human suffering?


Of what good would another lecture on peace be?                                    10-Feb-10   11-Dec-58



Whether or not one has won the Nobel Prize, each of us living in
contact with our fellowmen feels a joint responsibility for all forms of           10-Feb-10   11-Dec-58
suffering, both physical and moral.



The heart resumes its role as the source of the noblest virtues that
                                                                                   10-Feb-10   11-Dec-58
initiate pacific action: Love, Initiative, Tenacity, Realism, Patience.
The most significant figure is what we spend on military research; on
using scientists of genius to 'improve' existing weapons and to develop
                                                                             1Nov1889     11-Dec-59
new ones that are cheaper, more destructive, swifter in delivery than
those we have today.



But it is vital that the citizens of every country should realize the true
                                                                             1Nov1889     11-Dec-59
nature of the present arms race.



But now governments are constantly asserting that if they or their allies
are attacked, they will instantly reply with weapons that will wipe out
tens of millions of men and women and little children, who may bear          1Nov1889     11-Dec-59
no shadow of personal responsibility for what their government has
done.



I fear we should not get far with the kind of 'partial' measures which
                                                                             1Nov1889     11-Dec-59
have been debated for the last four years.



I rejoice that, for the present, they have been set aside, that the new
Committee of Ten will meet to discuss a 'comprehensive' plan for
                                                                             1Nov1889     11-Dec-59
general and complete disarmament, and that its mandate is to prepare
detailed proposals within the shortest practicable time.




Perhaps, by your standards, our surge to revolutionary reforms is late.            1898   11-Dec-61




There can be no peace until the forces of oppression are overthrown.               1898   11-Dec-61



Our government has carefully projected this image of the problem
                                                                                   1898   11-Dec-61
before the eyes of the world.



There are still people in the world today who regard South Africa's race
                                                                                   1898   11-Dec-61
problem as a simple clash between black and white.
This is a call to the church in South Africa to help in the all-round
                                                                                         1898    11-Dec-61
development of man in the present, and not only in the hereafter.



It is this vision which prompted the African National Congress to invite
members of other racial groups who believe with us in the brotherhood
                                                                                         1898    11-Dec-61
of man and in the freedom of all people to join with us in establishing a
non-racial, democratic South Africa.



No speech                                                                            29-Jul-05



The world has now begun its metamorphosis from its primitive period
of history, when disputes between nations were settled by war, to its
                                                                               yes   28-Feb-01   10-Dec-63
period of maturity, in which war will be abolished and world law will
take its place.



There is no defense against nuclear weapons that could not be
                                                                                     28-Feb-01   10-Dec-63
overcome by increasing the scale of the attack.


No dispute between nations can justify nuclear war.                                  28-Feb-01   10-Dec-63



I, however, have contended, as have Dr. Schweitzer and many others,
that every single human being is important and that we should be
                                                                                     28-Feb-01   10-Dec-63
concerned about every additional child that is caused by our actions to
be born to live a life of suffering and misery.



Our increased knowledge now provides the possibility of eliminating
poverty and starvation, of decreasing significantly the suffering caused
                                                                                     28-Feb-01   10-Dec-63
by disease, of using the resources of the world effectively for the
benefit of humanity.



They know that, in a world where selfish or ideological interests are in
conflict, one institution alone stands apart from struggles of this nature,
even in the climax of war, and that it will always act, without any
thought of self-interest, in complete independence and in obedience to
its belief that suffering, being a cruel reality, must be alleviated without
prejudice of any kind.
In the concentration camps for civil prisoners - where the Committee's
delegates never penetrated, despite repeated appeals to Hitler himself -
the mortality rate was as high as ninety percent!



The International Committee has no material power. It has no arms and
would not even know how to resort to diplomatic maneuver.



For just one hundred years now, governments have considered the
existence of the International Committee useful. They expect it to carry
out tasks which cannot be accomplished by anyone else.



It is the recognized guardian of the Red Cross ideal. It must, therefore,
exercise vigilance to ensure respect for humanitarian principles: non
discrimination, independence, and neutrality, which are the common
heritage of our universal movement.


These individuals are guided by international agreements and basic
humanitarian principles which give their work a special significance.

The blind forces of nature have on many occasions overwhelmed the
puny breastworks of man.
The Red Cross has always devoted itself to ignoring the antagonisms,
whatever they may be, in order to unite all men in one and the same
movement of solidarity.
Such an undertaking imposes humility and suggests that we speak
simply to this world forum about the common purpose that concerns us
all.
Fortunately, we are blessed with individuals and organizations to
express the longings of little peoples in all lands.
We must now give an overriding loyalty to mankind as a whole in order
                                                                                     15-Jan-29   10-Dec-64
to preserve the best in our individual societies.
But they are all united in the quiet conviction that it is better to suffer in
                                                                                     15-Jan-29   10-Dec-64
dignity than to accept segregation in humiliation.
When the 'without' of man's nature subjugates the 'within', dark storm
                                                                                     15-Jan-29   10-Dec-64
clouds begin to form in the world.
Enlarged material powers spell enlarged peril if there is not
                                                                               yes   15-Jan-29   10-Dec-64
proportionate growth of the soul.
So we must fix our vision not merely on the negative expulsion of war,
                                                                                     15-Jan-29   10-Dec-64
but upon the positive affirmation of peace.
I am happy to report that, by and large, communities all over the
southern part of the United States are obeying the Civil Rights Law and              15-Jan-29   10-Dec-64
showing remarkable good sense in the process.
Improving conditions for the child involves a ceaseless, long-term
effort.
Differences of view have been welded, almost always, into an accepted
concensus in the search for agreement on the best methods of providing
assistance to alleviate the agony of children who are victims of cruel
circumstance.
UNICEF cannot provide ready-made motivation nor ensure that the
people themselves are inspired to make a supreme effort in their own
behalf.

It is UNICEF's responsibility to help them make that best a worthy and
effective contribution to ensure healthy growth and development, to
translate an acknowledged duty into programs of practical action.

The love that infuses the mother-child relationship is the most positive
expression of human hope; it is the wellspring of human life.


No speech


No speech


This will mean two things: first, the permanent accession of every
human being to the rank of member of human society - in legal parlance
one would say to the rank of subject of international law; second, it will
                                                                                   5Oct1887   11-Dec-68
mean that the states consent to exercise their sovereignty under the
authority of international law, as Pope John XXIII13 pointed out in the
Encyclical Pacem in terris, which is his testament.

It was in vain that some of us attempted to ward off this preparatory
                                                                                   5Oct1887   11-Dec-68
maneuver toward future wars of aggression.
I was not able to accept the idea that national solidarity with those
                                                                                   5Oct1887   11-Dec-68
victims should limit itself to a kind of charitable alms.
If it is the responsibility of the Nobel Committee to weigh carefully and
to communicate to the public the reasons for its choice, the laureate has
the obligation on his own part to set forth publicly the motives which             5Oct1887   11-Dec-68
have inspired his work for peace in general or on behalf of one or the
other of its elements.

We are strengthening the nation state because it is still the only viable
                                                                             yes
framework within which economic and social progress can take place.

But the workers' movement had from the beginning been divided, as it
still is today, between those who preached revolution and those who
thought that greater social justice could and should be brought about by
practical political and social reforms within the existing framework of
society.
Universal and lasting peace can be established only if it is based upon
social justice.
The ILO has provided the nations of the world with a meeting ground,
an instrument for cooperation and for dialogue among very different
interests, at times when men were more disposed to settle their
differences by force than by talk.

I am but one member of a vast team made up of many organizations,
officials, thousands of scientists, and millions of farmers - mostly small
                                                                               25-Mar-14   11-Dec-70
and humble - who for many years have been fighting a quiet, oftentimes
losing war on the food production front.

Yet food is something that is taken for granted by most world leaders
despite the fact that more than half of the population of the world is         25-Mar-14   11-Dec-70
hungry.
Where are those leaders? ... There are not enough of them now;
therefore we must try to identify and develop them in our educational
                                                                               25-Mar-14   11-Dec-70
systems and we must utilize them in our campaigns for food
production.
Man can and must prevent the tragedy of famine in the future instead of
merely trying with pious regret to salvage the human wreckage of the           25-Mar-14   11-Dec-70
famine, as he has so often done in the past.
And these food reserves must be made available to all who need them -
                                                                               25-Mar-14   11-Dec-70
and before famine strikes, not afterwards.
As I see it, next to reasonable politics, learning is in our world the true
                                                                               18-Dec-13   11-Dec-71
credible alternative to force.
It is little enough, as our powerlessness in the face of the new war
                                                                               18-Dec-13   11-Dec-71
between India and Pakistan demonstrates.
As a means of achieving European and worldwide security, therefore,
foreign policy must aim to reduce tensions and promote communication           18-Dec-13   11-Dec-71
beyond frontiers.

If the balance sheet of my political effectiveness were to say that I have
helped to open up the way for a new sense of reality in Germany, then          18-Dec-13   11-Dec-71
one of the greatest hopes of my life would have been fulfilled.


No speech


The Nobel Peace Prize is as much an award to a purpose as to a person.
                                                                               27-May-23   10-Dec-73
More than the achievement of peace, it symbolises the quest for peace.

In Indo-china, the Middle East and elsewhere, lasting peace will not
have been won until contending nations realise the futility of replacing yes   27-May-23   10-Dec-73
political competition with armed conflict.
Our experience has taught us to regard peace as a delicate, ever-fleeting
condition, its roots too shallow to bear the strain of social and political    27-May-23   10-Dec-73
discontent.
We tend to accept the lessons of that experience and work toward those
solutions that at best relieve specific sources of strain, lest our neglect   27-May-23   10-Dec-73
allows war to overtake peace.

No speech                                                                     14-Oct-11

It is only natural that for any statesman at the helm of any government
the question of his country's security should be a concern of the utmost      27-Mar-01   11-Dec-74
importance.
Japan is the only country in the world to have suffered the ravages of
                                                                              27-Mar-01   11-Dec-74
atomic bombing.

The fact of defeat obliged our country to acquiesce in this arrangement.      27-Mar-01   11-Dec-74

It was also during my tenure of office that the Japanese Government
agreed to the conclusion of a Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and
                                                                              27-Mar-01   11-Dec-74
signed it, pursuing a policy in harmony with the avowed desire of the
people.
During this period an ill-defined effort was developed to replace
colonialism and economic dominance based on wealth or military
                                                                              26-Jan-04   12-Dec-74
supremacy, by a just social order that would ensure freedom from
hunger, justice and security based on equality.
Perhaps as a result of this scientific revolution, or coincidentally with
it, there has taken place a near total collapse of public and private         26-Jan-04   12-Dec-74
morality in practically every sector of human relationship.
It is nearly with a feeling of despair that I come to your beautiful
                                                                              26-Jan-04   12-Dec-74
country and city to receive this hardly deserved honor.
An active public opinion campaign should be mounted in every country
                                                                              26-Jan-04   12-Dec-74
on these issues.
It seems to me that a solution of these problems is imperative, and that
                                                                              21-May-21   11-Dec-75
the time at our disposal is short.
Peace, progress, human rights - these three goals are insolubly linked to
one another: it is impossible to achieve one of these goals if the other      21-May-21   11-Dec-75
two are ignored.

This applies first and foremost to the idea of setting up an international
consultative committee for questions related to disarmament, human
rights, and the protection of the environment, under the aegis of the
                                                                              21-May-21   11-Dec-75
United Nations. In my opinion a committee of this kind should have the
right to receive binding replies from all governments to their enquiries
and recommendations.

The attempt to underestimate these factors is particularly widespread in
the socialist countries, no doubt owing to the populist-ideological
                                                                              21-May-21   11-Dec-75
dogmas of official philosophy, and may well result in a distorted
picture of progress or even its cessation and stagnation.
The main solution to the problem of persecuting persons with deviant
views must be liberation on the basis of international agreements - a
liberation of all political prisoners, of all prisoners of conscience in
                                                                               21-May-21   11-Dec-75
prisons, internment camps, and psychiatric clinics, if necessary on the
basis of a resolution passed by the General Assembly of the United
Nations.
Yet this should not minimize our sacred endeavors in this world of
ours, where, like faint glimmers of light in the dark, we have emerged
                                                                               21-May-21   11-Dec-75
for a moment from the nothingness of dark unconsciousness of material
existence.
As far as we are concerned, every single death in the last eight years,
and every death in every war that was ever fought represents life              22-May-43   11-Dec-77
needlessly wasted, a mother's labor spurned.
We are for life and creation, and we are against war and destruction,
and in our rage in that terrible week, we screamed that the violence had       22-May-43   11-Dec-77
to stop.

But unlocking the desire for peace would never have been enough.               22-May-43   11-Dec-77

So I feel humble that I should be receiving this award, but I am very
                                                                               22-May-43   11-Dec-77
proud to be here in the name of all the Peace People to accept it.

We all know that a simple handshake, a simple embrace, can break
down enmity between two people. Multiply such acts of friendship all
over the world, and then the moments of pathetic friendship in the             22-May-43   11-Dec-77
miserable trenches of the First World War would no longer be the
exception but the rule in human affairs.

No speech                                                                      27-Jan-44

We are gratified for this acknowledgement that the concern for peace
and the promotion of human rights are inseparable.
Peace is not to be measured by the absence of conventional war, but
constructed upon foundations of justice.
But with the passage of time this vision of the just society as a
precondition to a peaceful world has grown dim.
Here again, scrupulous respect for the human rights of minority
peoples, adequately protected within the framework of the rule of law,
is an undeniable contribution to the cause of world peace.
The ultimate end of such development is the individual, made freer,
more able to express and fulfill himself, more able to contribute to the yes
family of mankind.
And last, but not least, peace is a dynamic construction to which all
                                                                         yes   25-Dec-18   10-Dec-78
should contribute, each adding a new brick.
We have always realized that the qualities of chivalry, courage, faith
and discipline that were characteristic of a romantic concept of war,
                                                                                   25-Dec-18   10-Dec-78
should, in an era where war has become only synonymous with
devastation to all, be a means of enriching life, not generating death.

The ideal is the greatest one in the history of man, and we have
accepted the challenge to translate it from a cherished hope into a living
                                                                                   25-Dec-18   10-Dec-78
reality, and to win through vision and imagination, the hearts and minds
of our peoples and enable them to look beyond the unhappy past.

I will ask you all to join me in a prayer that the day may soon come
when peace will prevail, on the basis of justice and the recognition of
the rights of all the peoples to shape their own life, to determine their yes      25-Dec-18   10-Dec-78
own future, and to contribute to building a world of prosperity for all
mankind.
Under such circumstances, should we, can we, keep our faith in an
eternal peace that will one day reign over mankind? Yes, we should and             16-Aug-13   10-Dec-78
we can.
Indeed, there are days when to fight for a cause so absolutely just is the
                                                                                   16-Aug-13   10-Dec-78
highest human command.

Despite the tragedies and disappointments of the past, we must never
                                                                                   16-Aug-13   10-Dec-78
forsake that vision, that human dream, that unshakeable faith.

Perhaps that very capability of total destruction of our little planet -
achieved for the first time in the annals of mankind - will one day, God
willing, become the origin, the cause and the prime mover for the
                                                                                   16-Aug-13   10-Dec-78
elimination of all instruments of destruction from the face of the earth
and ultimate peace, prayed for and yearned for by previous generations,
will become the portion of all nations.

At the beginning of the year I told, I spoke everywhere and I said: Let
us make this year that we make every single child born, and unborn,          yes   26-Aug-10   11-Dec-79
wanted.
Because if a mother can kill her own child - what is left for me to kill
                                                                                   26-Aug-10   11-Dec-79
you and you kill me - there is nothing between.
And so here I am talking with you - I want you to find the poor here,
                                                                                   26-Aug-10   11-Dec-79
right in your own home first.
So I did for her all that my love can do.                                          26-Aug-10   11-Dec-79
In the last decades the Church initiated a new kind of reflection and
action: the consideration of faith in regard to the brother or sister who          26-Nov-31   11-Dec-80
suffers, who is dispossessed, the poor.
The poor will not now be seen as objects of charity, as isolated
individuals, but as products of a system of structures of injustice that
                                                                                   26-Nov-31   11-Dec-80
produce marginalisation, misery, and hunger for our people.
I speak of Salvador where the general violence, product of structures of
domination and injustices with the force of law, seen for decades,             26-Nov-31   11-Dec-80
compromises today the practical possibility of a peaceful solution.

It is the faces of our workers, peasants, young, old, indigenous, and
children that are the face of our Lord, Jesus Christ, who calls us to the      26-Nov-31   11-Dec-80
obligation to love our brothers and sisters.
Our hands seek to speak the language of those who labor, to add to the
effort to construct a new world solidarity founded on love, justice,           26-Nov-31   11-Dec-80
liberty and truth.
It was only in the twentieth century, however, after the cataclysm of the
First World War and the fall of empires, that governments came to
realize the need to treat the refugee problem as an issue which, in
nature and importance, went far beyond their national frontiers, and
was a responsibility of what has come to be known as the 'international
community'.

The forcible return of a single refugee to his country is - as a principle -
as preoccupying and as disquieting as the return of a large group.

But the fact that UNHCR has now existed for three decades is nothing
to be proud of - rather, it is a sad reflection of our times: without
persecution, without violations of human rights, without armed
conflicts there would be no need for UNHCR.

Governments recognized long ago that, irrespective of the causes of the
conflagration or of the accident, the victim must be helped until he is
back on his feet.

Through the ages the giving of sanctuary has become one of the noblest
traditions of human nature and communities, institutions, cities and
nations have generously opened their doors to refugees and - a fact
which should be stressed - many refugees have, in their turn, been
valuable assets to those who have taken them in.
The Treaty of Tlatelolco has shown the crucial importance of ad hoc
preparatory efforts, such as those carried out for two years by                20-Mar-11   11-Dec-82
COPREDAL, in attaining the desired goal.

The system adopted in the Latin American instrument proves that,
although no state can obligate another to join such a zone, neither can
                                                                               20-Mar-11   11-Dec-82
one prevent others wishing to do so from adhering to a regime of total
absence of nuclear weapons within their own territories.

In its Resolution 2286 (XXII) of 5 December 1967, the General
Assembly welcomed it 'with particular satisfaction' and declared that it
'constitutes an event of historic significance in the efforts to prevent the   20-Mar-11   11-Dec-82
proliferation of nuclear weapons and to promote international peace
and security'.
All of this testifies to an incredible persistence in contempt for the
                                                                                  31-Jan-02   11-Dec-82
suffering of individual men and women.
If only the authorities could be made to realize that the forces leading
                                                                                  31-Jan-02   11-Dec-82
them on in the armament race are just insane.
The mass media calls attention to this fact all too seldom, as they are so
one-sidedly concerned with the rivalry between the two superpower                 31-Jan-02   11-Dec-82
blocs.
In the first place it is my obvious and at the same time most pleasant
duty to express my gratitude for the honor that has been accorded me              31-Jan-02   11-Dec-82
by the award of the 1982 Nobel Peace Prize.
We have tried to speak for greater emphasis on analysis, and
                                                                                  31-Jan-02   11-Dec-82
constructivity.
The sole and basic source of our strength is the solidarity of workers,
peasants and the intelligentsia, the solidarity of the nation, the
                                                                                  29-Sep-43   11-Dec-83
solidarity of people who seek to live in dignity, truth, and in harmony
with their conscience.
The memory of my fellow workers who then lost their lives, the bitter
memory of violence and despair has become for me a lesson never to be             29-Sep-43   11-Dec-83
forgotten.
It would be the simplest thing for me to say that I am not worthy of that
                                                                                  29-Sep-43   11-Dec-83
great distinction.
The gates of prisons must be thrown open and persons sentenced for
                                                                                  29-Sep-43   11-Dec-83
defending union and civic rights must be set free.
My most ardent desire is that my country will recapture its historic
opportunity for a peaceful evolution and that Poland will prove to the
                                                                                  29-Sep-43   11-Dec-83
world that even the most complex situations can be solved by a
dialogue and not by force.
It is a moral universe that we inhabit, and good and right equity matter
                                                                                   7-Oct-31   11-Dec-84
in the universe of the God we worship.
We are not made for an exclusive self-sufficiency but for
                                                                            yes    7-Oct-31   11-Dec-84
interdependence, and we break the law of our being at our peril.
And so, in this matter, the South African Government and its supporters
                                                                                   7-Oct-31   11-Dec-84
are being properly hoisted with their own petard.
This is too high a price to pay for racial purity, for it is doubtful
                                                                                   7-Oct-31   11-Dec-84
whether any end, however desirable, can justify such a means.
It is part of the price human beings, God's children, are called to pay for
                                                                                   7-Oct-31   11-Dec-84
apartheid.
God's Shalom, peace, involves inevitably righteousness, justice,
wholeness, fullness of life, participation in decision-making, goodness,           7-Oct-31   11-Dec-84
laughter, joy, compassion, sharing and reconciliation.
The advent of the nuclear age posed an unprecedented question: not
whether war would exact yet more lives but whether war would
preclude human existence altogether.
As no national interest would justify inflicting genocide on the victim
and suicide on the aggressor, a prevalent misconception is that nuclear
war will never be fought.
It is sheer hybris to pretend that there would be human survival after
such a man-made catastrophe.
We must convince each generation that they are but transient
passengers on this planet earth.
Perhaps the signal accomplishment of the IPPNW has been the broad-
based, free-flowing dialogue between physicians of the two contending
power blocs.
IPPNW is aware of the fact that wars start not from bombs dropped or
shots fired - they start in the minds of people and are the result of
political decisions.
It is time we say a decisive 'NO' to the arms race in space and stop it on
Earth.
Many people, even if they think about it (nuclear war), regard it as
some kind of a fairy tale.
It was necessary to arouse the indifferent and turn them into active
opponents of nuclear weapons.

Just as man cannot live without dreams, he cannot live without hope.            30-Sep-28   11-Dec-86

He makes a few friends who, like himself, believe that the memory of
evil will serve as a shield against evil; that the memory of death will         30-Sep-28   11-Dec-86
serve as a shield against death.
We must exert pressure on all those in power to come to terms.                  30-Sep-28   11-Dec-86
And then too, the people around us refused to listen; and even those
who listened refused to believe; and even those who believed could not          30-Sep-28   11-Dec-86
comprehend. Of course they could not.
It is incumbent upon us to remember the good we have received, and
                                                                                30-Sep-28   11-Dec-86
the evil we have suffered.

We thought it would be enough to tell of the tidal wave of hatred which
broke over the Jewish people for men everywhere to decide once and
for all to put an end to hatred of anyone who is 'different' - whether          30-Sep-28   11-Dec-86
black or white, Jew or Arab, Christian or Moslem - anyone whose
orientation differs politically, philosophically, sexually.

Law is the path of liberty, and must as such open the way to progress
                                                                                13-Sep-41   11-Dec-87
for everyone.

An inheritance from an unjust past has been aggravated by the fatal
deeds of tyrants to produce foreign debts, social insensitivity, economic       13-Sep-41   11-Dec-87
upheavals, corruption and the many other evils of our societies.

While I have not the arrogance to presume to represent anyone, neither
do I fear the humility which identifies me with everyone, and with their        13-Sep-41   11-Dec-87
great causes.

Peace consists, very largely, in the fact of desiring it with all one's soul.   13-Sep-41   11-Dec-87


Peace is, and has always been, the ultimate human aspiration.
The essence of life is struggle and competition, and to that extent
perfect peace is an almost meaningless abstraction.

If these principles are rejected, the Charter provides for collective
enforcement action by the world community through the Security
Council. Such action ranges from various forms of sanctions and
embargoes to the use of military force by the Security Council.

And yet our history overwhelmingly shows that while we speak
incessantly of peace, our actions tell a very different story.

We shall have to study our existing international mechanisms and
decide in what way they need to be strengthened and coordinated.

What we are trying to create in the United Nations is a world where
nations recognize at the same time the ultimate futility of war and the
collective responsibility which men and women everywhere share for
ensuring a decent future.
I speak to you as just another human being; as a simple monk. If you
                                                                                  6-Jul-35   11-Dec-89
find what I say useful, then I hope you will try to practise it.
For if we each selfishly pursue only what we believe to be in our own
interest, without caring about the needs of others, we not only may end           6-Jul-35   11-Dec-89
up harming others but also ourselves.
Peace, in the sense of the absence of war, is of little value to someone
                                                                                  6-Jul-35   11-Dec-89
who is dying of hunger or cold.
Because we all share this small planet earth, we have to learn to live in
                                                                                  6-Jul-35   11-Dec-89
harmony and peace with each other and with nature.
When we feel love and kindness towards others, it not only makes
others feel loved and cared for, but it helps us also to develop inner     yes    6-Jul-35   11-Dec-89
happiness and peace.
Preparing for my address I found in an old Russian encyclopedia a
definition of 'peace' as a 'commune' - the traditional cell of Russian
peasant life. I saw in that definition the people's profound                     2-Mar-31     5-Jun-91
understanding of peace as harmony, concord, mutual help, and
cooperation.
Peace is not unity in similarity but unity in diversity, in the comparison
                                                                                 2-Mar-31     5-Jun-91
and conciliation of differences.
The award of the Nobel Peace Prize makes one think once again about
                                                                                 2-Mar-31     5-Jun-91
a seemingly simple and clear question: What is peace?
Today, peace means the ascent from simple coexistence to cooperation
                                                                                 2-Mar-31     5-Jun-91
and common creativity among countries and nations.

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The peculiarities of the vision of the Indian people are expressed
according to the way in which they are related to each other. First,
between human beings, through communication. Second, with the
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earth, as with our mother, because she gives us our lives and is not
mere merchandise. Third, with nature, because we are an integral part
of it, and not its owners.
It is imperative that the repression and persecution of the people and
                                                                                  9-Jan-59    10-Dec-92
the Indians be stopped.

When evaluating the overall significance of the award of the Peace
Prize, I would like to say some words on behalf of all those whose
voice cannot be heard or who have been repressed for having spoken
                                                                                  9-Jan-59    10-Dec-92
their opinions, of all those who have been marginalized, who have been
discriminated, who live in poverty, in need, of all those who are the
victims of repression and violation of human rights.

Under present circumstances, in this disordered and complex world, the
decision of the Norwegian Nobel Peace Prize Committee to award this
honorable distinction to me, reflects the awareness of the fact that, in
this way, courage and strength is given to the struggle of peace,                 9-Jan-59    10-Dec-92
reconciliation and justice; to the struggle against racism, cultural
discrimination, and hence contributes to the achievement of
harmonious co-existence between our people.

The question that we must ask is whether we are making progress
toward the goal of universal peace. Or are we caught up on a treadmill
of history, turning forever on the axle of mindless aggression and self-   yes   18-Mar-36    10-Dec-93
destruction? Has the procession of Nobel Peace laureates since 1901
reflected a general movement by mankind toward peace?

There can thus be no real peace without justice or consent.                      18-Mar-36    10-Dec-93
Militant radical minorities plan to disrupt peace and need to be
                                                                                 18-Mar-36    10-Dec-93
contained.
Above all, we owe it to the children of the world to stop the conflicts
                                                                                 18-Mar-36    10-Dec-93
and to create new horizons for them.
We speak here of the challenge of the dichotomies of war and peace,
violence and non-violence, racism and human dignity, oppression and
                                                                                  18-Jul-18   10-Dec-93
repression and liberty and human rights, poverty and freedom from
want.

But there are still some within our country who wrongly believe they
can make a contribution to the cause of justice and peace by clinging to          18-Jul-18   10-Dec-93
the shibboleths that have been proved to spell nothing but disaster.

Thus, it will mark a great step forward in history and also serve as a
common pledge of the peoples of the world to fight racism, wherever it            18-Jul-18   10-Dec-93
occurs and whatever guise it assumes.
At the southern tip of the continent of Africa, a rich reward in the
making, an invaluable gift is in the preparation for those who suffered
                                                                                18-Jul-18   10-Dec-93
in the name of all humanity when they sacrified everything - for liberty,
peace, human dignity and human fulfillment.

We are leaving behind us the era of belligerency and are striding
                                                                               16-Aug-23    10-Dec-94
together toward peace.

We proved that the aggressors do not necessarily emerge as the victors,
                                                                               16-Aug-23    10-Dec-94
but we learned that the victors do not necessarily win peace.
The wars we fought were forced upon us.                                        16-Aug-23    10-Dec-94
Peace, for us, is an asset and in our interest. It is an absolute human
asset that allows an individual to freely develop his individuality            24-Aug-29    10-Dec-94
unbound by any regional, religious or ethnic fetters.
Failure to recognize these rights creates a sense of injustice, it keeps the
                                                                               24-Aug-29    10-Dec-94
embers burning under the ashes.
We must fulfill what remains, especially the transfer of power and
taking further steps in Israeli withdrawal from the West Bank and the          24-Aug-29    10-Dec-94
settlements to achieve full withdrawal.
The Palestinians, whose national cause guards the gates of Arab-Israeli
peace, look forward like their Arab brethren, to that comprehensive,
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just and lasting peace, based on 'land for peace' and compliance with
international legitimacy and resolutions.

And of all the memories I have stored up in my seventy-two years, what
                                                                                1-Mar-22    10-Dec-94
I shall remember most, to my last day, are the silences.

I studied in an agricultural school and I thought that being a water
engineer was an important profession in the parched Middle East. I still        1-Mar-22    10-Dec-94
think so today. However, I was compelled to resort to the gun.

We see the hope in our children's eyes. We see the light in our soldier's
faces, in the streets, in the buses, in the fields. We must not let them        1-Mar-22    10-Dec-94
down.
Standing here today, I wish to salute loved ones - and foes. I wish to
salute all the fallen of all the countries in all the wars; the members of
their families who bear the enduring burden of bereavement; the
                                                                                1-Mar-22    10-Dec-94
disabled whose scars will never heal. Tonight I wish to pay tribute to
each and every one of them, for this important prize is theirs, and theirs
alone.

Unless there is a change in the basic philosophy, we will not see a
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reduction of nuclear arsenals to zero for a very long time, if ever.

You (scientists) are doing fundamental work, pushing forward the
frontiers of knowledge, but often you do it without giving much                 4-Nov-08    10-Dec-95
thought to the impact of your work on society.
However, after the collapse of communism and the disintegration of the
                                                                                 4-Nov-08   10-Dec-95
Soviet Union, any rationale for having nuclear weapons disappeared.

To prevent this disaster - for the sake of humanity - we must get rid of
                                                                                 4-Nov-08   10-Dec-95
all nuclear weapons.

The long dark night of the Cold War has finally passed, and with its
passing the peril of a global thermonuclear conflagration has              yes
substantially receded.

Those who are congratulating themselves for the role they played in
this narrow escape - the hawks, who believe that potent deterrent forces
and frequent saber-rattling kept the nuclear peace, and the doves, who
believe that candid communication and negotiated arms-control
                                                                         yes
agreements made the difference - are all probably underestimating the
extent to which good luck, more than clear-eyed leadership or sensible
restraint, allowed the superpowers to careen for forty years along the
edge of the nuclear chasm without falling in.

And those who complacently believe that the danger of nuclear
destruction is now completely under control have simply not surveyed
                                                                           yes
the new landscape of insecurity that the post-Cold-War dawn has
revealed.

This alleviation of the nuclear danger is unquestionably a great blessing
                                                                          yes
and a proper cause for celebration.


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Clearing landmines while others were being planted, manufactured and
traded was no solution.

It would be easy to focus totally on China, the United States and
Russia, nations whose stubborn refusal to put humanitarian concern
above ill-judged military policy is inconsistent with their status as UN
Security Council members and major regional powers.

But where is the sense in fighting for the freedom of a people
employing a weapon which will deny those same people, in peacetime,
freedom to live without fear, freedom to farm their land, freedom
merely to walk in safety from place to place – deny them the freedom to
let their children play without being torn apart by a landmine? That is
no freedom.
How could organisations committed to work with communities affected
by landmines fail to recognise the fact which governments and the
manufacturers had chosen to ignore - that the situation was already out
of control and extending further beyond our capacity to respond with
every new conflict?

We have praised the comprehensive nature of the treaty.


As relative peace broke out with the end of the Cold War, the U.N. was
able to go into these nations that had been torn by internal strife, and
what they found when they got there were millions and millions of               9-Oct-50   10-Dec-97
landmines which affected every aspect of peacekeeping, which affected
every aspect of post-conflict reconstruction of those societies.

Canada had stepped outside of diplomatic process and procedure and
                                                                                9-Oct-50   10-Dec-97
put them between a rock and a hard place.

The second suggestion is that either John or I, or indeed both of us,
might explicate at some little length, like peace scientists so to speak,
                                                                               15-Oct-44   10-Dec-98
on any lessons learnt in the little laboratory of Northern Ireland as if we
were scientists and the people were so much mice.

Secondly, I have, in fact, some fairly serious reservations about the
merits of using any conflict, not least Northern Ireland as a model for        15-Oct-44   10-Dec-98
the study, never mind the solution, of other conflicts.
Naturally it is not possible to name each and everyone of those heroes
and heroines who make up the huge host of peacemakers who, even as             15-Oct-44   10-Dec-98
we speak, are at work for peace around the world.
Difference is an accident of birth and it should therefore never be the
source of hatred or conflict. The answer to difference is to respect it.
                                                                         yes   18-Jan-37   10-Dec-98
Therein lies a most fundamental principle of peace - respect for
diversity.
But it has happened and it is now clear that European Union is the best
example in the history of the world of conflict resolution and it is the
duty of everyone, particularly those who live in areas of conflict to          18-Jan-37   10-Dec-98
study how it was done and to apply its principles to their own conflict
resolution.

Once these institutions are in place and we begin to work together in
our very substantial common interests, the real healing process will
                                                                               18-Jan-37   10-Dec-98
begin and we will erode the distrust and prejudices of out past and our
new society will evolve, based on agreement and respect for diversity.

Humanitarian action is more than simple generosity, simple charity. It
aims to build spaces of normalcy in the midst of what is abnormal.

If conflicts and wars are an affair of the state, violations of
humanitarian law, war crimes and crimes against humanity apply to all
of us.
Humanitarianism occurs where the political has failed or is in crisis.
We act not to assume political responsibility, but firstly to relieve the
inhuman suffering of failure. The act must be free of political
influence, and the political must recognize its responsibility to ensure
that the humanitarian can exist. Humanitarian action requires a
framework in which to act.
More than offering material assistance, we aim to enable individuals to
regain their rights and dignity as human beings.
The Nobel Peace Prize is a solemn message that inspires all humanity
                                                                          yes      3-Dec-25   10-Dec-00
to dedicate ourselves to peace.
And I knew that in all ages, in all places, he who lives a righteous life
dedicated to his people and humanity may not be victorious, may meet
a gruesome end in his lifetime, but will be triumphant and honored in
                                                                                   3-Dec-25   10-Dec-00
history; he who wins by injustice may dominate the present day, but
history will always judge him to be a shameful loser. There can be no
exception.
I humbly pledge before you that, as the great heroes of history have
taught us, as Alfred Nobel would expect of us, I shall give the rest of
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my life to human rights and peace in my country and the world, and to
the reconciliation and cooperation of my people.
We thus inherit from the 20th century the political, as well as the
scientific and technological power, which – if only we have the will to
                                                                                   8-Apr-38   10-Dec-01
use them – give us the chance to vanquish poverty, ignorance and
disease.
The obstacles to democracy have little to do with culture or religion,
and much more to do with the desire of those in power to maintain their            8-Apr-38   10-Dec-01
position at any cost.
In this new century, we must start from the understanding that peace
belongs not only to states or peoples, but to each and every member of             8-Apr-38   10-Dec-01
those communities.

Securing real and lasting improvement in the lives of individual men
                                                                             yes   8-Apr-38   10-Dec-01
and women is the measure of all we do at the United Nations.


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Constrained and inspired by historic constitutional principles, our
nation has endeavored for more than two hundred years to follow the
                                                                                   1-Oct-24   10-Dec-02
now almost universal ideals of freedom, human rights, and justice for
all.

In order for us human beings to commit ourselves personally to the
inhumanity of war, we find it necessary first to dehumanize our              yes   1-Oct-24   10-Dec-02
opponents, which is in itself a violation of the beliefs of all religions.

We will not learn how to live together in peace by killing each other's
                                                                             yes   1-Oct-24   10-Dec-02
children.
None has provided more vivid reminders of the dangers of
peacemaking than two of my friends, Anwar Sadat and Yitzak Rabin,                  1-Oct-24   10-Dec-02
who gave their lives for the cause of peace in the Middle East.

To disregard women and bar them from active participation in political,
social, economic and cultural life would in fact be tantamount to                 21-Jun-47   10-Dec-03
depriving the entire population of every society of half its capability.

As you are aware, the honour and blessing of this prize will have a
positive and far-reaching impact on the humanitarian and genuine                  21-Jun-47   10-Dec-03
endeavours of the people of Iran and the region.
I came to understand that when the environment is destroyed, plundered
or mismanaged, we undermine our quality of life and that of future                1-Apr-40    10-Dec-04
generations.

As we progressively understood the causes of environmental
degradation, we saw the need for good governance. Indeed, the state of
                                                                                  1-Apr-40    10-Dec-04
any county's environment is a reflection of the kind of governance in
place, and without good governance there can be no peace.

On their part, civil society should embrace not only their rights but also
                                                                                  1-Apr-40    10-Dec-04
their responsibilities.
My fellow Africans, as we embrace this recognition, let us use it to
intensify our commitment to our people, to reduce conflicts and poverty yes       1-Apr-40    10-Dec-04
and thereby improve their quality of life.

No speech

This underprivileged group of people on my right is no less intelligent
or less worthy than their fellow human beings on the other side of the            17-Jun-42   10-Dec-05
aisle. They were simply born into this fate.

Equally, with the spread of advanced science and technology, as long
as some of us choose to rely on nuclear weapons, we continue to risk        yes   17-Jun-42   10-Dec-05
that these same weapons will become increasingly attractive to others.

But today we are nowhere near that goal. We may have torn down the
walls between East and West, but we have yet to build the bridges                 17-Jun-42   10-Dec-05
between North and South – the rich and the poor.
We must see to it that nuclear-weapon states take concrete steps
                                                                                  17-Jun-42   10-Dec-05
towards nuclear disarmament.
Imagine a world where every human being would live in freedom and
                                                                            yes   17-Jun-42   10-Dec-05
dignity.

No speech

By giving us this prize, the Norwegian Nobel Committee has given
important support to the proposition that peace is inextricably linked to         28-Jun-40   10-Dec-06
poverty. Poverty is a threat to peace.
I believe that putting resources into improving the lives of the poor
                                                                                  28-Jun-40   10-Dec-06
people is a better strategy than spending it on guns.

We have remained so impressed by the success of the free-market that
                                                                                  28-Jun-40   10-Dec-06
we never dared to express any doubt about our basic assumption.

For building stable peace we must find ways to provide opportunities
                                                                                  28-Jun-40   10-Dec-06
for people to live decent lives.

By defining 'entrepreneur' in a broader way we can change the
character of capitalism radically, and solve many of the unresolved         yes   28-Jun-40   10-Dec-06
social and economic problems within the scope of the free market.

Moreover, the catastrophe now threatening us is unprecedented – and
                                                                                  31-Mar-48   10-Dec-07
we often confuse the unprecedented with the improbable.

We must begin by making the common rescue of the global
                                                                                  31-Mar-48   10-Dec-07
environment the central organizing principle of the world community.

Peace can be defined as security and the secure access to resources that
are essential for living.

Social and economic reforms can only progress if both negotiating
parties and the population at large are committed to them in the long             23-Jun-37   10-Dec-08
term.
Mediators do not choose the conflicts they became involved in but the
                                                                                  23-Jun-37   10-Dec-08
parties to the conflict choose the mediator.
The tensions and wars in the region have been going on for so long that
many have come to believe that the Middle East knot can never be                  23-Jun-37   10-Dec-08
untied. I do not share this belief.

The only people that can make peace are the parties to the conflict, and
just as they are responsible for the conflict and its consequences, so            23-Jun-37   10-Dec-08
should they be given responsibility and recognition for the peace.

The concept of a "just war" emerged, suggesting that war is justified
only when certain conditions were met: if it is waged as a last resort or
                                                                                  4-Aug-61    10-Dec-09
in self-defense; if the force used is proportional; and if, whenever
possible, civilians are spared from violence.
To say that force may sometimes be necessary is not a call to cynicism
– it is a recognition of history; the imperfections of man and the limits         4-Aug-61    10-Dec-09
of reason.

There will be times when nations – acting individually or in concert –
                                                                            yes   4-Aug-61    10-Dec-09
will find the use of force not only necessary but morally justified.

I cannot argue with those who find these men and women – some
known, some obscure to all but those they help – to be far more                   4-Aug-61    10-Dec-09
deserving of this honor than I.
We must begin by acknowledging the hard truth: We will not eradicate
                                                                                  4-Aug-61    10-Dec-09
violent conflict in our lifetimes.
As the world grows smaller, you might think it would be easier for
human beings to recognize how similar we are; to understand that we're
all basically seeking the same things; that we all hope for the chance to         4-Aug-61    10-Dec-09
live out our lives with some measure of happiness and fulfillment for
ourselves and our families.
What I demanded of myself was this: whether as a person or as a
                                                                                  28-Dec-55   10-Dec-10
writer, I would lead a life of honesty, responsibility, and dignity.

That is why I hope to be able to transcend my personal experiences as I
look upon our nation's development and social change, to counter the     yes      28-Dec-55   10-Dec-10
regime's hostility with utmost goodwill, and to dispel hatred with love.

Around the world, slowly, international law and an awareness of human
rights are illuminating dark corners, in schools, in courts, in the               29-Oct-38   10-Dec-11
marketplace.
We must build space and respect for opposition voices; they are not the
losers in our open society, but an essential component to strengthened            29-Oct-38   10-Dec-11
accountability in government.
As Leymah and Tawakkul know, this award belongs to the people
whose aspirations we have the privilege to represent, and whose rights            29-Oct-38   10-Dec-11
we have the obligation to defend.
We succeeded when no one thought we would, we were the conscience
of the ones who had lost their consciences in their quest for power and            1-Jan-72   10-Dec-11
political positions.
We used our pains, broken bodies and scarred emotions to confront the
                                                                                   1-Jan-72   10-Dec-11
injustices and terror of our nation.
This is the day the Lord has made and I and my sisters globally will
                                                                                   1-Jan-72   10-Dec-11
rejoice and be glad in it.

I have always believed that resistance against repression and violence is
                                                                                   7-Feb-79   10-Dec-11
possible without relying on similar repression and violence.

However, in spite of its great scientific achievements, the history of
                                                                                   7-Feb-79   10-Dec-11
humanity is stained with blood.
In fact this is not enough, since these people should be brought to
justice before the International Criminal Court. There should be no         yes    7-Feb-79   10-Dec-11
immunity for killers who rob the food of the people.

All ideologies, beliefs, laws and charters produced by the march of
humanity through all stages of its development and growth, as well as
                                                                            yes    7-Feb-79   10-Dec-11
all divine messages and religions, without exception, oblige us to
support oppressed people, be they groups or individuals.

Walls between human societies have fallen down and the lives and
destinies of societies have converged, marking the emergence of a new
phase, a phase where peoples and nations of the world are not only      yes        7-Feb-79   10-Dec-11
residents of a small village, as they say, but members of one family,
despite differences in nationality and race or in culture and language.
Age      Speech                1 Teacher 2 Judge       3 Antagonist

      73 1901 Frédéric Passy


      73 1901 Henry Dunant




      63 1902 Albert Gobat             4




      63 1902 Albert Gobat                         5




      63 1902 Albert Gobat




      63 1902 Albert Gobat




      63 1902 Albert Gobat




      73 1902 Élie Ducommun            4
73 1902 Élie Ducommun                        5




76 1903 Randal Cremer                    4




76 1903 Randal Cremer                        3




76 1903 Randal Cremer




76 1903 Randal Cremer




76 1903 Randal Cremer




   1904 Institute of International Law




62 1905 Bertha von Suttner               6
62 1905 Bertha von Suttner       5




62 1905 Bertha von Suttner




62 1905 Bertha von Suttner




51 1906 Theodore Roosevelt   4




51 1906 Theodore Roosevelt       3




51 1906 Theodore Roosevelt




51 1906 Theodore Roosevelt
51 1906 Theodore Roosevelt




51 1906 Theodore Roosevelt




51 1906 Theodore Roosevelt




75 1907 Ernesto Teodoro Moneta   4




75 1907 Ernesto Teodoro Moneta       5




75 1907 Ernesto Teodoro Moneta




75 1907 Ernesto Teodoro Moneta




75 1907 Ernesto Teodoro Moneta
75 1907 Ernesto Teodoro Moneta




64 1907 Louis Renault            4




64 1907 Louis Renault                3




64 1907 Louis Renault




64 1907 Louis Renault




72 1908 Fredrik Bajer            4




72 1908 Fredrik Bajer                3
72 1908 Fredrik Bajer




64 1908 Klas Pontus Arnoldson                   6




64 1908 Klas Pontus Arnoldson                       5




64 1908 Klas Pontus Arnoldson




64 1908 Klas Pontus Arnoldson



80 1909 Auguste Beernaert


57 1909 Paul Henri d'Estournelles de Constant


   1910 Permanent International Peace Bureau


47 1911 Alfred Fried


73 1911 Tobias Asser




68 1912 Elihu Root                              4
68 1912 Elihu Root              5




68 1912 Elihu Root




68 1912 Elihu Root




68 1912 Elihu Root




68 1912 Elihu Root




59 1913 Henri La Fontaine


   1914 No award


   1915 No award            4
  1916 No award


  1917 International Committee of the Red Cross


  1918 No award



63 1919 Woodrow Wilson                            4




63 1919 Woodrow Wilson                                5




63 1919 Woodrow Wilson




71 1920 Léon Bourgeois                            6




71 1920 Léon Bourgeois                                5




71 1920 Léon Bourgeois




71 1920 Léon Bourgeois




71 1920 Léon Bourgeois
71 1920 Léon Bourgeois




52 1921 Christian Lange    4




52 1921 Christian Lange        3




52 1921 Christian Lange




52 1921 Christian Lange




61 1921 Hjalmar Branting   4




61 1921 Hjalmar Branting       3




61 1921 Hjalmar Branting
61 1921 Hjalmar Branting




61 1921 Hjalmar Branting




61 1921 Hjalmar Branting




61 1922 Fridtjof Nansen    4




61 1922 Fridtjof Nansen        5




61 1922 Fridtjof Nansen




61 1922 Fridtjof Nansen
61 1922 Fridtjof Nansen



   1923 No award


   1924 No award


63 1925 Austen Chamberlain




63 1925 Austen Chamberlain




60 1925 Charles G. Dawes




64 1926 Aristide Briand




49 1926 Gustav Stresemann    4




49 1926 Gustav Stresemann        3




49 1926 Gustav Stresemann




49 1926 Gustav Stresemann
86 1927 Ferdinand Buisson   4




86 1927 Ferdinand Buisson       4




86 1927 Ferdinand Buisson




86 1927 Ferdinand Buisson




86 1927 Ferdinand Buisson




86 1927 Ferdinand Buisson




69 1927 Ludwig Quidde       4




69 1927 Ludwig Quidde           5
69 1927 Ludwig Quidde




69 1927 Ludwig Quidde




69 1927 Ludwig Quidde




69 1927 Ludwig Quidde




   1928 No award




72 1929 Frank B. Kellogg   4




72 1929 Frank B. Kellogg       4




72 1929 Frank B. Kellogg
72 1929 Frank B. Kellogg




72 1929 Frank B. Kellogg




72 1929 Frank B. Kellogg




64 1930 Nathan Söderblom         4




64 1930 Nathan Söderblom             4




64 1930 Nathan Söderblom




64 1930 Nathan Söderblom




71 1931 Jane Addams



69 1931 Nicholas Murray Butler   4



69 1931 Nicholas Murray Butler
  1932 No award



62 1933 Norman Angell      4




62 1933 Norman Angell          5




62 1933 Norman Angell




62 1933 Norman Angell




62 1933 Norman Angell




62 1933 Norman Angell




71 1934 Arthur Henderson   4
71 1934 Arthur Henderson            4




71 1934 Arthur Henderson




71 1934 Arthur Henderson




71 1934 Arthur Henderson




46 1935 Carl von Ossietzky




53 1936 Carlos Saavedra Lamas   4




53 1936 Carlos Saavedra Lamas       5
53 1936 Carlos Saavedra Lamas




53 1936 Carlos Saavedra Lamas




53 1936 Carlos Saavedra Lamas




73 1937 Robert Cecil            4




73 1937 Robert Cecil                3




73 1937 Robert Cecil
73 1937 Robert Cecil




73 1937 Robert Cecil




   1938 Nansen International Office for Refugees   4




   1938 Nansen International Office for Refugees       3




   1938 Nansen International Office for Refugees




   1938 Nansen International Office for Refugees




   1938 Nansen International Office for Refugees
1938 Nansen International Office for Refugees




1938 Nansen International Office for Refugees




1939 No award


1940 No award


1941 No award


1942 No award


1943 No award



1944 International Committee of the Red Cross   4




1944 International Committee of the Red Cross       3




1944 International Committee of the Red Cross
   1944 International Committee of the Red Cross




   1944 International Committee of the Red Cross




   1944 International Committee of the Red Cross




74 1945 Cordell Hull                               4




74 1945 Cordell Hull                                   5




74 1945 Cordell Hull




74 1945 Cordell Hull
74 1945 Cordell Hull




81 1946 Emily Greene Balch   4




81 1946 Emily Greene Balch       5




81 1946 Emily Greene Balch




81 1946 Emily Greene Balch




81 1946 Emily Greene Balch




81 1946 Emily Greene Balch




81 1946 John R. Mott         4
81 1946 John R. Mott                             5




81 1946 John R. Mott




   1947 American Friends Service Committee   4




   1947 American Friends Service Committee       4



   1947 American Friends Service Committee




   1947 American Friends Service Committee




   1947 American Friends Service Committee




   1947 American Friends Service Committee




   1947 Friends Service Council              4
  1947 Friends Service Council       5




  1947 Friends Service Council




  1947 Friends Service Council




  1947 Friends Service Council




  1948 No award




68 1949 Boyd Orr                 4




68 1949 Boyd Orr                     4




68 1949 Boyd Orr
68 1949 Boyd Orr




46 1950 Ralph Bunche   4




46 1950 Ralph Bunche       5




46 1950 Ralph Bunche




46 1950 Ralph Bunche




46 1950 Ralph Bunche




46 1950 Ralph Bunche




72 1951 Léon Jouhaux   4
72 1951 Léon Jouhaux            4




72 1951 Léon Jouhaux




72 1951 Léon Jouhaux




72 1951 Léon Jouhaux




72 1951 Léon Jouhaux




79 1952 Albert Schweitzer   6




79 1952 Albert Schweitzer       5
79 1952 Albert Schweitzer




79 1952 Albert Schweitzer




79 1952 Albert Schweitzer




72 1953 George C. Marshall   4




72 1953 George C. Marshall       4




72 1953 George C. Marshall




72 1953 George C. Marshall




72 1953 George C. Marshall
   1954 Office of the United Nations High Commissioner
                                                         4
   for Refugees



   1954 Office of the United Nations High Commissioner
                                                             3
   for Refugees




   1954 Office of the United Nations High Commissioner
   for Refugees




   1954 Office of the United Nations High Commissioner
   for Refugees




   1954 Office of the United Nations High Commissioner
   for Refugees




   1954 Office of the United Nations High Commissioner
   for Refugees




   1955 No award


   1956 No award



60 1957 Lester Bowles Pearson                            4
60 1957 Lester Bowles Pearson       3




60 1957 Lester Bowles Pearson




60 1957 Lester Bowles Pearson




60 1957 Lester Bowles Pearson




60 1957 Lester Bowles Pearson




48 1958 Georges Pire            4




48 1958 Georges Pire                5



48 1958 Georges Pire




48 1958 Georges Pire




48 1958 Georges Pire
70 1959 Philip Noel-Baker   4




70 1959 Philip Noel-Baker       3




70 1959 Philip Noel-Baker




70 1959 Philip Noel-Baker




70 1959 Philip Noel-Baker




63 1960 Albert Lutuli       4




63 1960 Albert Lutuli           3




63 1960 Albert Lutuli




63 1960 Albert Lutuli
63 1960 Albert Lutuli




63 1960 Albert Lutuli




55 1961 Dag Hammarskjöld




62 1962 Linus Pauling                              6




62 1962 Linus Pauling                                  5



62 1962 Linus Pauling




62 1962 Linus Pauling




62 1962 Linus Pauling




   1963 International Committee of the Red Cross   4
   1963 International Committee of the Red Cross       4




   1963 International Committee of the Red Cross




   1963 International Committee of the Red Cross




   1963 International Committee of the Red Cross




   1963 League of Red Cross Societies              4


   1963 League of Red Cross Societies                  5


   1963 League of Red Cross Societies


   1963 League of Red Cross Societies


   1963 League of Red Cross Societies

35 1964 Martin Luther King Jr.                     4

35 1964 Martin Luther King Jr.                         4

35 1964 Martin Luther King Jr.

35 1964 Martin Luther King Jr.

35 1964 Martin Luther King Jr.


35 1964 Martin Luther King Jr.
  1965 United Nations Children's Fund      4


  1965 United Nations Children's Fund          5



  1965 United Nations Children's Fund



  1965 United Nations Children's Fund



  1965 United Nations Children's Fund


  1966 No award


  1967 No award




81 1968 René Cassin                        4




81 1968 René Cassin                            4

81 1968 René Cassin



81 1968 René Cassin




  1969 International Labour Organization   4




  1969 International Labour Organization       3
   1969 International Labour Organization


   1969 International Labour Organization




56 1970 Norman Borlaug                      4




56 1970 Norman Borlaug                          4



56 1970 Norman Borlaug



56 1970 Norman Borlaug


56 1970 Norman Borlaug

58 1971 Willy Brandt                        4

58 1971 Willy Brandt


58 1971 Willy Brandt



58 1971 Willy Brandt



   1972 No award


50 1973 Henry Kissinger                     4


50 1973 Henry Kissinger                         3


50 1973 Henry Kissinger
50 1973 Henry Kissinger


61 1973 Le Duc Tho


73 1974 Eisaku Sato       4


73 1974 Eisaku Sato           3

73 1974 Eisaku Sato


73 1974 Eisaku Sato




70 1974 Seán MacBride     4



70 1974 Seán MacBride         3


70 1974 Seán MacBride

70 1974 Seán MacBride

54 1975 Andrei Sakharov   4


54 1975 Andrei Sakharov       5




54 1975 Andrei Sakharov




54 1975 Andrei Sakharov
54 1975 Andrei Sakharov




54 1975 Andrei Sakharov



34 1976 Betty Williams          4


34 1976 Betty Williams              4


34 1976 Betty Williams


34 1976 Betty Williams




34 1976 Betty Williams




31 1976 Mairead Corrigan


   1977 Amnesty International   4

   1977 Amnesty International       5

   1977 Amnesty International


   1977 Amnesty International


   1977 Amnesty International


60 1978 Anwar al-Sadat          6
60 1978 Anwar al-Sadat              5




60 1978 Anwar al-Sadat




60 1978 Anwar al-Sadat




65 1978 Menachem Begin          4


65 1978 Menachem Begin              4


65 1978 Menachem Begin




65 1978 Menachem Begin




69 1979 Mother Teresa           4


69 1979 Mother Teresa               4

69 1979 Mother Teresa
69 1979 Mother Teresa

49 1980 Adolfo Pérez Esquivel   4



49 1980 Adolfo Pérez Esquivel       4
49 1980 Adolfo Pérez Esquivel



49 1980 Adolfo Pérez Esquivel


49 1980 Adolfo Pérez Esquivel




   1981 Office of the United Nations High Commissioner
                                                         4
   for Refugees




   1981 Office of the United Nations High Commissioner
                                                             3
   for Refugees


   1981 Office of the United Nations High Commissioner
   for Refugees


   1981 Office of the United Nations High Commissioner
   for Refugees



   1981 Office of the United Nations High Commissioner
   for Refugees



71 1982 Alfonso García Robles                            4




71 1982 Alfonso García Robles                                4




71 1982 Alfonso García Robles
80 1982 Alva Myrdal        4

80 1982 Alva Myrdal


80 1982 Alva Myrdal


80 1982 Alva Myrdal


80 1982 Alva Myrdal


40 1983 Lech Walesa    4



40 1983 Lech Walesa        4


40 1983 Lech Walesa

40 1983 Lech Walesa


40 1983 Lech Walesa


53 1984 Desmond Tutu   4

53 1984 Desmond Tutu       4

53 1984 Desmond Tutu

53 1984 Desmond Tutu

53 1984 Desmond Tutu


53 1984 Desmond Tutu


  1985 Bernard Lown    4


  1985 Bernard Lown        4
   1985 Bernard Lown

   1985 Bernard Lown


   1985 Bernard Lown


   1985 Yevgeny Chazov                       4


   1985 Yevgeny Chazov                           5

   1985 Yevgeny Chazov

   1985 Yevgeny Chazov

58 1986 Elie Wiesel                          6


58 1986 Elie Wiesel                              4

58 1986 Elie Wiesel

58 1986 Elie Wiesel


58 1986 Elie Wiesel




58 1986 Elie Wiesel




46 1987 Oscar Arias Sánchez                  4


46 1987 Oscar Arias Sánchez                      4



46 1987 Oscar Arias Sánchez


46 1987 Oscar Arias Sánchez


   1988 United Nations Peacekeeping Forces   4
   1988 United Nations Peacekeeping Forces       5




   1988 United Nations Peacekeeping Forces




   1988 United Nations Peacekeeping Forces


   1988 United Nations Peacekeeping Forces



   1988 United Nations Peacekeeping Forces


54 1989 Tenzin Gyatso                        6


54 1989 Tenzin Gyatso                            5


54 1989 Tenzin Gyatso

54 1989 Tenzin Gyatso


54 1989 Tenzin Gyatso




60 1990 Mikhail Gorbachev                    4



60 1990 Mikhail Gorbachev                        4

60 1990 Mikhail Gorbachev

60 1990 Mikhail Gorbachev


45 1991 Aung San Suu Kyi
33 1992 Rigoberta Menchú Tum   4




33 1992 Rigoberta Menchú Tum       4




33 1992 Rigoberta Menchú Tum




33 1992 Rigoberta Menchú Tum




57 1993 F.W. de Klerk          4



57 1993 F.W. de Klerk              4
57 1993 F.W. de Klerk

57 1993 F.W. de Klerk


75 1993 Nelson Mandela         4




75 1993 Nelson Mandela             4



75 1993 Nelson Mandela
75 1993 Nelson Mandela



71 1994 Shimon Peres     4


71 1994 Shimon Peres         4

71 1994 Shimon Peres

65 1994 Yasser Arafat    4


65 1994 Yasser Arafat        4


65 1994 Yasser Arafat



65 1994 Yasser Arafat



72 1994 Yitzhak Rabin    4



72 1994 Yitzhak Rabin        4



72 1994 Yitzhak Rabin




72 1994 Yitzhak Rabin




87 1995 Joseph Rotblat   4


87 1995 Joseph Rotblat       4
87 1995 Joseph Rotblat


87 1995 Joseph Rotblat


   1995 Pugwash Conferences on Science and World
                                                   4
   Affairs




   1995 Pugwash Conferences on Science and World
                                                       4
   Affairs




   1995 Pugwash Conferences on Science and World
   Affairs


   1995 Pugwash Conferences on Science and World
   Affairs


48 1996 Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo                 4


47 1996 José Ramos-Horta                           4


   1997 International Campaign to Ban Landmines    4




   1997 International Campaign to Ban Landmines        4




   1997 International Campaign to Ban Landmines
   1997 International Campaign to Ban Landmines




   1997 International Campaign to Ban Landmines




47 1997 Jody Williams                             4




47 1997 Jody Williams                                 3



54 1998 David Trimble                             4




54 1998 David Trimble                                 4


54 1998 David Trimble



61 1998 John Hume                                 4




61 1998 John Hume




61 1998 John Hume




   1999 Médecins Sans Frontières                  5


   1999 Médecins Sans Frontières                      5
  1999 Médecins Sans Frontières




  1999 Médecins Sans Frontières

75 2000 Kim Dae-jung              6




75 2000 Kim Dae-jung                  5




75 2000 Kim Dae-jung




63 2001 Kofi Annan                5



63 2001 Kofi Annan                    5


63 2001 Kofi Annan


63 2001 Kofi Annan


  2001 United Nations



78 2002 Jimmy Carter              4




78 2002 Jimmy Carter                  5


78 2002 Jimmy Carter
78 2002 Jimmy Carter




56 2003 Shirin Ebadi                         4



56 2003 Shirin Ebadi


64 2004 Wangari Maathai                      4




64 2004 Wangari Maathai                          3



64 2004 Wangari Maathai


64 2004 Wangari Maathai


   2005 International Atomic Energy Agency


63 2005 Mohamed ElBaradei                    4



63 2005 Mohamed ElBaradei                        5



63 2005 Mohamed ElBaradei


63 2005 Mohamed ElBaradei

63 2005 Mohamed ElBaradei


   2006 Grameen Bank


66 2006 Muhammad Yunus                       4
66 2006 Muhammad Yunus                                  4


66 2006 Muhammad Yunus


66 2006 Muhammad Yunus


66 2006 Muhammad Yunus


59 2007 Al Gore                                     4


59 2007 Al Gore


   2007 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change   4


71 2008 Martti Ahtisaari                            4


71 2008 Martti Ahtisaari                                4


71 2008 Martti Ahtisaari



71 2008 Martti Ahtisaari




48 2009 Barack H. Obama                             4



48 2009 Barack H. Obama                                 4


48 2009 Barack H. Obama


48 2009 Barack H. Obama


48 2009 Barack H. Obama
48 2009 Barack H. Obama



54 2010 Liu Xiaobo              5


54 2010 Liu Xiaobo



73 2011 Ellen Johnson Sirleaf   5


73 2011 Ellen Johnson Sirleaf       5


73 2011 Ellen Johnson Sirleaf


39 2011 Leymah Gbowee           4


39 2011 Leymah Gbowee               4

39 2011 Leymah Gbowee


32 2011 Tawakkol Karman         4


32 2011 Tawakkol Karman             5


32 2011 Tawakkol Karman




32 2011 Tawakkol Karman




32 2011 Tawakkol Karman
4 Oppressor5 Skeptic 6 Servant 7 Enabler 8 Benefactor




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Year         Recipient             Aware Stage
                                Love               3D        Role     Action


1980      Anwar al-Sadat



1979      Anwar al-Sadat         1    1    5     (1,1,5)   2 Judge Evaluator




1980     Menachem Begin




       Author of Peace in the
1980
              Making



2009     Barack H. Obama         0    1    4     (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher



2009     Barack H. Obama         1    1    4     (1,1,4)   2 Judge    Judge


2009     Barack H. Obama         -1   -1   3     (-1,-1,3) 6 Servant Obligee
2009     Barack H. Obama         -1   1    4                         Benefactor
                                                 (-1,1,4) 8 Benefactor



1918     Woodrow Wilson          0    1    4     (0,1,4)   1 Teacher Teacher




1918     Woodrow Wilson          1    1    5     (1,1,5)   2 Judge Evaluator




1918     Woodrow Wilson          -1   -1   5     (-1,-1,5) 6 Servant Citizen
        regarding Franklin
1945
        Delano Roosevelt




        regarding Franklin
1945
        Delano Roosevelt




1945     John F. Kennedy




        Barack H. Obama
2009     quoting John F.
            Kennedy




         American Friends
        Service Committee
1947
       speech by Henry Joel
             Cadbury
1998      David Trimble




1998      David Trimble




       Martin Luther King
1964
               Jr.



          Tenzin Gyatso




 2012 Liu Xiaobo


 2012 Liu Xiaobo




 2012 Liu Xiaobo
Text                                                                          Use Birth   Lecture

We remain free to differ on certain issues and criticize certain policies.
This is the nature of international life. It is the case in the dealings
among old friends. We live in an age of diversity and multiplicity.

We will be judged not by the hard positions we took but by the wounds
we heal, the souls we saved and the suffering we eliminated.



Jerusalem, of course, is indivisible and is a part of this peace. You write
to me again that Jerusalem should be undivided under two soverignties.
This, I must admit, I do not understand. I do not blame anyone for my
                                                                            y
inability to comprehend. But I say to you, in full candor, I simply do
not grasp the idea. I do not understand the project to have one city
under two sovereignties, or two sovereignties over one city.

One unified city council could be made up of half Arabs and half Jews,
and the city council would appoint alternatingly Arab and Jewish       y
mayors.


They saw America as bigger than the sum of our individual ambitions,
greater than all the differences of birth or wealth or faction.

Rather, it has been the risk-takers, the doers, the makers of things--
some celebrated, but more often men and women obscure in their labor--
who have carried us up the long, rugged path toward prosperity and
freedom.
Starting today, we must pick ourselves up, dust ourselves off, and begin
again the work of remaking America.
God bless you, and God bless the United States of America.


It will be our wish and purpose that the processes of peace, when they
are begun, shall be absolutely open and that they shall involve and
permit henceforth no secret understandings of any kind.

No statesman who has the least conception of his responsibility ought
for a moment to permit himself to continue this tragical and appalling
outpouring of blood and treasure unless he is sure beyond a
peradventure that the objects of the vital sacrifice are part and parcel of
the very life of Society and that the people for whom he speaks think
them right and imperative as he does.

XIV. A general association of nations must be formed under specific
covenants for the purpose of affording mutual guarantees of political
independence and territorial integrity to great and small states alike.
In a final interview in late March with his closest confidante among the
press, Anne O’Hare McCormick, who was writing a piece for the New
York Time Magazine, Roosevelt envisaged a different kind of world
order. Though on the verge of winning the war, McComick noted,
Roosevelt’s thoughts were fixed on the meeting at the Golden Gate:        y
‘He was looking to the inauguration of the San Francisco Conference as
the crowning act of his career. This was his project. He prepared it, set
the time and place of the meeting, speeded up the preparations in the
belief that it was supremely urgent.’

And he (FDR) confided to members of his inner circle that he would
consider resigning from the presidency when the war was over and
becoming the secretary-general of the United Nations.


Quote from John F. Kennedy, reporter for the Chicago Herald
American regarding the San Francisco UN Charter conference, May
1945.
'In a letter he wrote to a PT-boat friend who asked about the
conference, Kennedy observed:
"The international relinquishing of sovereignty would have to spring
from the people – it would have to be so strong that the elected
delegates would be turned out of office if they failed to do it… We
must face the truth that the people have not been horrified by war to a
sufficient extent to force them to go to any extent rather than have
another war… War will exist until that distant day when the
conscientious objector enjoys the same reputation and prestige that the
warrior does today.”'


Concretely, we must direct our effort to the task that President Kennedy
called for long ago. 'Let us focus,' he said, 'on a more practical, more
                                                                         yes
attainable peace, based not on a sudden revolution in human nature but
on a gradual evolution in human institutions.'



In the last two or three weeks, I have been reading all I could about the
views of Mr. Alfred Nobel on the subject of war and peace. His ideas
were not completely consistent and unchanging. He seems to have had
several views on this subject. Sometimes he thought that war would be
stopped by the invention of more terrible weapons, though he did not
dream of some of the weapons which are in existence today. Sometimes
he thought it would be stopped by collective force, by arbitration, or by
international law, and sometimes he mentioned international friendship.
These divergent views of Nobel stress the fact that the struggle against
war is a struggle which - if I may use a military metaphor - may be
carried on on many fronts.
But I am personally and perhaps culturally conditioned to be sceptical
of speeches which are full of sound and fury, idealistic in intention, but
impossible of implementation; and I resist the kind of rhetoric which
substitutes vapour for vision.                                             y
Burke, the son of a protestant father and a catholic mother, was a man
who in word and in deed honoured both religious traditions, recognised
and respected his Irish roots and the British Parliamentary system
which nursed him to the full flowering of his genius. Today as we seek
to decommission not only arms and ammunition, but also hearts and
minds, Burke provides us not only with a powerful role model of the
pluralist Irishman, but also with a powerful role model for politicians
everywhere.                                                             yes

I refuse to accept the idea that the 'isness' of man’s present nature
makes him morally incapable of reaching up for the eternal 'oughtness'
that forever confronts him.

Today, more than ever before, life must be characterized by a sense of
Universal responsibility, not only nation to nation and human to human,
but also human to other forms of life.


In a nutshell, rather than to seek radical change of this regime, flawed
though its legitimacy is, and then expect that the abrupt change will
lead to a remolding of society, people who are pushing for a free and
democratic China should concentrate on gradual change in society and
expect that this will eventually force a change in regime.

The decision by one person to pay a heavy price for the ideals he or she
has chosen to pursue is insufficient grounds to demand that any other
person make a similar sacrifice.
Humanity so far has been unable to conceive a completely new
civilization that might solve such problems as the population explosion,
the energy crisis, environmental imbalance, nuclear disarmament, and
addiction to pleasure and to commercialization.
Age   Speech                                            1 Teacher 2 Judge   3 Antagonist




      "Peace in the Making"

      Sadat receiving honorary degree from Ben-Gurion
      University




      "Peace in the Making"


      "Peace in the Making"




      Inaugural Address




      Inaugural Address

      Inaugural Address
      Inaugural Address




      14 Points




      14 Points




      14 Points
Art of Creation




Art of Creation




Art of Creation




From Obama's Nobel Peace Lecture
King, 1992, p110




http://buddhist.se/smf/index.php?topic=635.0




No Enemies, No Hatred


No Enemies, No Hatred




No Enemies, No Hatred
4 Oppressor5 Skeptic 6 Servant 7 Enabler 8 Benefactor
Vector      Action         Role                                             0
(0,1,)      Placeholder    1 Teacher                     1   1 Teacher      1
(0,1,4)     Teacher        1 Teacher      4,Teacher      2   2 Judge        2
(0,1,5)     Philosopher    1 Teacher      5,Teacher      3   3 Antagonist   3
(0,1,6)     Prophet        1 Teacher      6,Teacher      4   4 Oppressor    4
(1,1,)      Placeholder    2 Judge                       5   5 Skeptic      5
(1,1,3)     Referee        2 Judge        3,Judge        6   6 Servant      6
(1,1,4)     Judge          2 Judge        4,Judge        7   7 Enabler      7
(1,1,5)     Evaluator      2 Judge        5,Judge        8   8 Benefactor
(1,0,)      Placeholder    3 Antagonist
(1,-1,)     Placeholder    4 Oppressor
(1,-1,3)    Enforcer       4 Oppressor    3,Oppressor
(0,-1,)     Placeholder    5 Skeptic
(0,-1,3)    Scoffer        5 Skeptic      3,Skeptic
(0,-1,4)    Skeptic        5 Skeptic      4,Skeptic
(0,-1,5)    Doubter        5 Skeptic      5,Skeptic
(-1,-1,)    Placeholder    6 Servant
(-1,-1,3)   Obligee        6 Servant      3,Servant
(-1,-1,4)   Servant        6 Servant      4,Servant
(-1,-1,5)   Citizen        6 Servant      5,Servant
(-1,0,)     Placeholder    7 Enabler
(-1,0,3)    Supporter      7 Enabler      3,Enabler
(-1,0,4)    Enabler        7 Enabler      4,Enabler
(-1,1,)     Placeholder    8 Benefactor
(-1,1,3)    Sponsor        8 Benefactor   3,Benefactor
(-1,1,4)    Benefactor     8 Benefactor   4,Benefactor
(-1,1,5)    Patron         8 Benefactor   5,Benefactor
(-1,1,6)    Humanitarian   8 Benefactor   6,Benefactor
(-1,1,7)    Saint          8 Benefactor   7,Benefactor
(,,)        Null           1 Teacher
Infant         4,Teacher      Teacher        (0,1,4)     Role
Selfish        5,Teacher      Philosopher    (0,1,5)     Teacher
Me-first       6,Teacher      Prophet        (0,1,6)     Philosopher
Team-player    3,Judge        Referee        (1,1,3)     Prophet
Role-player    4,Judge        Judge          (1,1,4)     Referee
Statesman      5,Judge        Evaluator      (1,1,5)     Judge
Humanitarian   3,Oppressor    Enforcer       (1,-1,3)    Evaluator
Ecologist      3,Skeptic      Scoffer        (0,-1,3)    Enforcer
               4,Skeptic      Skeptic        (0,-1,4)    Scoffer
               5,Skeptic      Doubter        (0,-1,5)    Skeptic
               3,Servant      Obligee        (-1,-1,3)   Doubter
               4,Servant      Servant        (-1,-1,4)   Obligee
               5,Servant      Citizen        (-1,-1,5)   Servant
               3,Enabler      Supporter      (-1,0,3)    Citizen
               4,Enabler      Enabler        (-1,0,4)    Supporter
               3,Benefactor   Sponsor        (-1,1,3)    Enabler
               4,Benefactor   Benefactor     (-1,1,4)    Sponsor
               5,Benefactor   Patron         (-1,1,5)    Benefactor
               6,Benefactor   Humanitarian   (-1,1,6)    Patron
               7,Benefactor   Saint          (-1,1,7)    Humanitarian
                                                         Saint
Vector      Style        Stage
(0,1,4)     Teacher      Role-player
(0,1,5)     Teacher      Statesman
(0,1,6)     Teacher      Humanitarian
(1,1,3)     Judge        Team-player
(1,1,4)     Judge        Role-player
(1,1,5)     Judge        Statesman
(1,-1,3)    Oppressor    Team-player
(0,-1,3)    Skeptic      Team-player
(0,-1,4)    Skeptic      Role-player
(0,-1,5)    Skeptic      Statesman
(-1,-1,3)   Servant      Team-player
(-1,-1,4)   Servant      Role-player
(-1,-1,5)   Servant      Statesman
(-1,0,3)    Enabler      Team-player
(-1,0,4)    Enabler      Role-player
(-1,1,3)    Benefactor   Team-player
(-1,1,4)    Benefactor   Role-player
(-1,1,5)    Benefactor   Statesman
(-1,1,6)    Benefactor   Humanitarian
(-1,1,7)    Benefactor   Ecologist
Action                                                             (Multiple Items)
Recipient                                                          (Multiple Items)

Row Labels                                                         Max of Stage
1902 Albert Gobat                                                                     6
1902 Élie Ducommun                                                                    5
1903 Randal Cremer                                                                    4
1905 Bertha von Suttner                                                               6
1906 Theodore Roosevelt                                                               4
1907 Ernesto Teodoro Moneta                                                           5
1907 Louis Renault                                                                    4
1908 Fredrik Bajer                                                                    4
1908 Klas Pontus Arnoldson                                                            6
1912 Elihu Root                                                                       6
1919 Woodrow Wilson                                                                   6
1920 Léon Bourgeois                                                                   6
1921 Christian Lange                                                                  4
1921 Hjalmar Branting                                                                 4
1922 Fridtjof Nansen                                                                  5
1925 Austen Chamberlain                                                               4
1926 Aristide Briand                                                                  4
1926 Gustav Stresemann                                                                4
1927 Ferdinand Buisson                                                                4
1927 Ludwig Quidde                                                                    5
1929 Frank B. Kellogg                                                                 4
1930 Nathan Söderblom                                                                 4
1931 Nicholas Murray Butler                                                           4
1933 Norman Angell                                                                    5
1934 Arthur Henderson                                                                 4
1936 Carlos Saavedra Lamas                                                            5
1937 Robert Cecil                                                                     4
1938 Nansen International Office for Refugees                                         4
1944 International Committee of the Red Cross                                         4
1945 Cordell Hull                                                                     6
1946 Emily Greene Balch                                                               6
1946 John R. Mott                                                                     5
1947 American Friends Service Committee                                               4
1947 Friends Service Council                                                          6
1949 Boyd Orr                                                                         5
1950 Ralph Bunche                                                                     5
1951 Léon Jouhaux                                                                     4
1952 Albert Schweitzer                                                                7
1953 George C. Marshall                                                               4
1954 Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees                      4
1957 Lester Bowles Pearson                                                            4
1958 Georges Pire                                                                     5
1959 Philip Noel-Baker                                                                4
1960 Albert Lutuli                                                 4
1962 Linus Pauling                                                 6
1963 International Committee of the Red Cross                      4
1963 League of Red Cross Societies                                 5
1964 Martin Luther King Jr.                                        4
1965 United Nations Children's Fund                                5
1968 René Cassin                                                   4
1969 International Labour Organization                             4
1970 Norman Borlaug                                                5
1971 Willy Brandt                                                  4
1973 Henry Kissinger                                               4
1974 Eisaku Sato                                                   4
1974 Seán MacBride                                                 4
1975 Andrei Sakharov                                               6
1976 Betty Williams                                                4
1977 Amnesty International                                         6
1978 Anwar al-Sadat                                                6
1978 Menachem Begin                                                4
1979 Mother Teresa                                                 4
1980 Adolfo Pérez Esquivel                                         4
1981 Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees   4
1982 Alfonso García Robles                                         4
1982 Alva Myrdal                                                   4
1983 Lech Walesa                                                   4
1984 Desmond Tutu                                                  4
1986 Elie Wiesel                                                   6
1987 Oscar Arias Sánchez                                           4
1988 United Nations Peacekeeping Forces                            5
1989 Tenzin Gyatso                                                 6
1990 Mikhail Gorbachev                                             4
1992 Rigoberta Menchú Tum                                          4
1993 F.W. de Klerk                                                 4
1993 Nelson Mandela                                                4
1994 Shimon Peres                                                  4
1994 Yasser Arafat                                                 4
1994 Yitzhak Rabin                                                 4
1995 Joseph Rotblat                                                4
1995 Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs              4
1996 Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo                                    4
1996 José Ramos-Horta                                              4
1997 International Campaign to Ban Landmines                       4
1997 Jody Williams                                                 4
1998 David Trimble                                                 4
1998 John Hume                                                     4
1999 Médecins Sans Frontières                                      5
2000 Kim Dae-jung                                                  6
2001 Kofi Annan                                                    5
2002 Jimmy Carter                                5
2003 Shirin Ebadi                                4
2004 Wangari Maathai                             4
2005 Mohamed ElBaradei                           6
2006 Muhammad Yunus                              5
2007 Al Gore                                     4
2007 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change   4
2008 Martti Ahtisaari                            4
2009 Barack H. Obama                             4
2010 Liu Xiaobo                                  5
2011 Leymah Gbowee                               4
2011 Tawakkol Karman                             5
2011 Ellen Johnson Sirleaf                       5
1985 Bernard Lown                                4
1985 Yevgeny Chazov                              5
Grand Total                                      7
                           Humanitarian + Ecologist
0   0   65   22   17   1

2   3    4    5    6   7
                   1       1902 Albert Gobat
              1
         1
                   1       1905 Bertha von Suttner
         1
              1
         1
         1
                   1       1908 Klas Pontus Arnoldson
                   1       1912 Elihu Root
                   1       1919 Woodrow Wilson
                   1       1920 Léon Bourgeois
         1
         1
              1
         1
         1
         1
         1
              1
         1
         1
         1
              1
         1
              1
         1
         1
         1
                   1       1945 Cordell Hull
                   1       1946 Emily Greene Balch
              1
         1
                   1       1947 Friends Service Council
              1
              1
         1
                       1   1952 Albert Schweitzer
         1
         1
         1
              1
         1
1
        1   1962 Linus Pauling
1
    1
1
    1
1
1
    1
1
1
1
1
        1   1975 Andrei Sakharov
1
        1   1977 Amnesty International
        1   1978 Anwar al-Sadat
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
        1   1986 Elie Wiesel
1
    1
        1   1989 Tenzin Gyatso
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
    1
        1   2000 Kim Dae-jung
    1
    1
1
1
        1       2005 Mohamed ElBaradei
    1
1
1
1
1
    1
1
    1
    1
1
    1
            1
Humanitarian
Statesman
Role-player
Humanitarian
Role-player
Statesman
Role-player
Role-player
Humanitarian
Humanitarian
Humanitarian
Humanitarian
Role-player
Role-player
Statesman
Role-player
Role-player
Role-player
Role-player
Statesman
Role-player
Role-player
Role-player
Statesman
Role-player
Statesman
Role-player
Role-player
Role-player
Humanitarian
Humanitarian
Statesman
Role-player
Humanitarian
Statesman
Statesman
Role-player
Ecologist
Role-player
Role-player
Role-player
Statesman
Role-player
Role-player
Humanitarian
Role-player
Statesman
Role-player
Statesman
Role-player
Role-player
Statesman
Role-player
Role-player
Role-player
Role-player
Humanitarian
Role-player
Humanitarian
Humanitarian
Role-player
Role-player
Role-player
Role-player
Role-player
Role-player
Role-player
Role-player
Humanitarian
Role-player
Statesman
Humanitarian
Role-player
Role-player
Role-player
Role-player
Role-player
Role-player
Role-player
Role-player
Role-player
Role-player
Role-player
Role-player
Role-player
Role-player
Role-player
Statesman
Humanitarian
Statesman
Statesman
Role-player
Role-player
Humanitarian
Statesman
Role-player
Role-player
Role-player
Role-player
Statesman
Role-player
Statesman
Statesman
Role-player
Statesman
Year, Recipient, Maximum stage
1902, Albert Gobat, Humanitarian
1902, Élie Ducommun, Statesman
1903, Randal Cremer, Role-player
1905, Bertha von Suttner, Humanitarian
1906, Theodore Roosevelt, Role-player
1907, Ernesto Teodoro Moneta, Statesman
1907, Louis Renault, Role-player
1908, Fredrik Bajer, Role-player
1908, Klas Pontus Arnoldson, Humanitarian
1912, Elihu Root, Humanitarian
1919, Woodrow Wilson, Humanitarian
1920, Léon Bourgeois, Humanitarian
1921, Christian Lange, Role-player
1921, Hjalmar Branting, Role-player
1922, Fridtjof Nansen, Statesman
1925, Austen Chamberlain, Role-player
1926, Aristide Briand, Role-player
1926, Gustav Stresemann, Role-player
1927, Ferdinand Buisson, Role-player
1927, Ludwig Quidde, Statesman
1929, Frank B. Kellogg, Role-player
1930, Nathan Söderblom, Role-player
1931, Nicholas Murray Butler, Role-player
1933, Norman Angell, Statesman
1934, Arthur Henderson, Role-player
1936, Carlos Saavedra Lamas, Statesman
1937, Robert Cecil, Role-player
1938, Nansen International Office for Refugees, Role-player
1944, International Committee of the Red Cross, Role-player
1945, Cordell Hull, Humanitarian
1946, Emily Greene Balch, Humanitarian
1946, John R. Mott, Statesman
1947, American Friends Service Committee, Role-player
1947, Friends Service Council, Humanitarian
1949, Boyd Orr, Statesman
1950, Ralph Bunche, Statesman
1951, Léon Jouhaux, Role-player
1952, Albert Schweitzer, Ecologist
1953, George C. Marshall, Role-player
1954, Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Role-player
1957, Lester Bowles Pearson, Role-player
1958, Georges Pire, Statesman
1959, Philip Noel-Baker, Role-player
1960, Albert Lutuli, Role-player
1962, Linus Pauling, Humanitarian
1963, International Committee of the Red Cross, Role-player
1963, League of Red Cross Societies, Statesman
1964, Martin Luther King Jr., Role-player
1965, United Nations Children's Fund, Statesman
1968, René Cassin, Role-player
1969, International Labour Organization, Role-player
1970, Norman Borlaug, Statesman
1971, Willy Brandt, Role-player
1973, Henry Kissinger, Role-player
1974, Eisaku Sato, Role-player
1974, Seán MacBride, Role-player
1975, Andrei Sakharov, Humanitarian
1976, Betty Williams, Role-player
1977, Amnesty International, Humanitarian
1978, Anwar al-Sadat, Humanitarian
1978, Menachem Begin, Role-player
1979, Mother Teresa, Role-player
1980, Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, Role-player
1981, Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Role-player
1982, Alfonso García Robles, Role-player
1982, Alva Myrdal, Role-player
1983, Lech Walesa, Role-player
1984, Desmond Tutu, Role-player
1986, Elie Wiesel, Humanitarian
1987, Oscar Arias Sánchez, Role-player
1988, United Nations Peacekeeping Forces, Statesman
1989, Tenzin Gyatso, Humanitarian
1990, Mikhail Gorbachev, Role-player
1992, Rigoberta Menchú Tum, Role-player
1993, F.W. de Klerk, Role-player
1993, Nelson Mandela, Role-player
1994, Shimon Peres, Role-player
1994, Yasser Arafat, Role-player
1994, Yitzhak Rabin, Role-player
1995, Joseph Rotblat, Role-player
1995, Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs, Role-player
1996, Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo, Role-player
1996, José Ramos-Horta, Role-player
1997, International Campaign to Ban Landmines, Role-player
1997, Jody Williams, Role-player
1998, David Trimble, Role-player
1998, John Hume, Role-player
1999, Médecins Sans Frontières, Statesman
2000, Kim Dae-jung, Humanitarian
2001, Kofi Annan, Statesman
2002, Jimmy Carter, Statesman
2003, Shirin Ebadi, Role-player
2004, Wangari Maathai, Role-player
2005, Mohamed ElBaradei, Humanitarian
2006, Muhammad Yunus, Statesman
2007, Al Gore, Role-player
2007, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Role-player
2008, Martti Ahtisaari, Role-player
2009, Barack H. Obama, Role-player
2010, Liu Xiaobo, Statesman
2011, Leymah Gbowee, Role-player
2011, Tawakkol Karman, Statesman
2011, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Statesman
1985, Bernard Lown, Role-player
1985, Yevgeny Chazov, Statesman
Stage        (Multiple Items)                                              1-Jan-01
Action       (Multiple Items)
                                                                      4-Year          Year
Row Labels   Max of Stage          Min of Stage Average of Stage                      Row Labels
1/1/1902                    6.00             3.00              4.43            1901      1902
1/1/1903                    4.00             3.00              3.80            1901      1903
1/1/1905                    6.00             3.00              5.00            1905      1905
1/1/1906                    4.00             3.00              3.57            1905      1906
1/1/1907                    5.00             3.00              3.70            1905      1907
1/1/1908                    6.00             3.00              4.43            1905      1908
1/1/1912                    6.00             3.00              4.17            1909      1912
1/1/1915                    4.00             4.00              4.00            1913      1915
1/1/1919                    6.00             4.00              5.00            1917      1919
1/1/1920                    6.00             3.00              4.67            1917      1920
1/1/1921                    4.00             3.00              3.40            1921      1921
1/1/1922                    5.00             3.00              4.40            1921      1922
1/1/1925                    4.00             4.00              4.00            1925      1925
1/1/1926                    4.00             3.00              3.60            1925      1926
1/1/1927                    5.00             3.00              4.00            1925      1927
1/1/1929                    4.00             3.00              3.67            1929      1929
1/1/1930                    4.00             3.00              3.75            1929      1930
1/1/1931                    4.00             4.00              4.00            1929      1931
1/1/1933                    5.00             3.00              4.17            1933      1933
1/1/1934                    4.00             3.00              3.60            1933      1934
1/1/1936                    5.00             3.00              4.20            1933      1936
1/1/1937                    4.00             3.00              3.60            1937      1937
1/1/1938                    4.00             3.00              3.43            1937      1938
1/1/1944                    4.00             3.00              3.33            1941      1944
1/1/1945                    6.00             3.00              4.40            1945      1945
1/1/1946                    6.00             3.00              4.56            1945      1946
1/1/1947                    6.00             3.00              4.00            1945      1947
1/1/1949                    5.00             4.00              4.50            1949      1949
1/1/1950                    5.00             3.00              4.17            1949      1950
1/1/1951                    4.00             3.00              3.67            1949      1951
1/1/1952                    7.00             3.00              5.00            1949      1952
1/1/1953                    4.00             4.00              4.00            1953      1953
1/1/1954                    4.00             3.00              3.50            1953      1954
1/1/1957                    4.00             3.00              3.50            1957      1957
1/1/1958                    5.00             4.00              4.40            1957      1958
1/1/1959                    4.00             3.00              3.60            1957      1959
1/1/1960                    4.00             3.00              3.17            1957      1960
1/1/1962                    6.00             3.00              4.60            1961      1962
1/1/1963                    5.00             3.00              3.70            1961      1963
1/1/1964                    4.00             3.00              3.83            1961      1964
1/1/1965                    5.00             3.00              4.00            1965      1965
1/1/1968                    4.00             4.00              4.00            1965      1968
1/1/1969                    4.00             3.00              3.25            1969      1969
1/1/1970      5.00   4.00   4.40   1969   1970
1/1/1971      4.00   4.00   4.00   1969   1971
1/1/1973      4.00   3.00   3.75   1973   1973
1/1/1974      4.00   3.00   3.63   1973   1974
1/1/1975      6.00   3.00   4.33   1973   1975
1/1/1976      4.00   4.00   4.00   1973   1976
1/1/1977      6.00   4.00   5.00   1977   1977
1/1/1978      6.00   4.00   4.63   1977   1978
1/1/1979      4.00   4.00   4.00   1977   1979
1/1/1980      4.00   4.00   4.00   1977   1980
1/1/1981      4.00   3.00   3.20   1981   1981
1/1/1982      4.00   3.00   3.75   1981   1982
1/1/1983      4.00   4.00   4.00   1981   1983
1/1/1984      4.00   3.00   3.83   1981   1984
1/1/1985      5.00   4.00   4.33   1985   1985
1/1/1986      6.00   3.00   4.83   1985   1986
1/1/1987      4.00   4.00   4.00   1985   1987
1/1/1988      5.00   3.00   4.00   1985   1988
1/1/1989      6.00   4.00   5.20   1989   1989
1/1/1990      4.00   4.00   4.00   1989   1990
1/1/1992      4.00   4.00   4.00   1989   1992
1/1/1993      4.00   3.00   3.75   1993   1993
1/1/1994      4.00   3.00   3.91   1993   1994
1/1/1995      4.00   3.00   3.88   1993   1995
1/1/1996      4.00   4.00   4.00   1993   1996
1/1/1997      4.00   3.00   3.71   1997   1997
1/1/1998      4.00   4.00   4.00   1997   1998
1/1/1999      5.00   5.00   5.00   1997   1999
1/1/2000      6.00   4.00   5.00   1997   2000
1/1/2001      5.00   4.00   4.50   2001   2001
1/1/2002      5.00   4.00   4.50   2001   2002
1/1/2003      4.00   4.00   4.00   2001   2003
1/1/2004      4.00   3.00   3.25   2001   2004
1/1/2005      6.00   3.00   4.60   2005   2005
1/1/2006      5.00   4.00   4.60   2005   2006
1/1/2007      4.00   3.00   3.67   2005   2007
1/1/2008      4.00   4.00   4.00   2005   2008
1/1/2009      4.00   3.00   3.67   2009   2009
1/1/2010      5.00   5.00   5.00   2009   2010
1/1/2011      5.00   3.00   4.30
Grand Total   7.00   3.00   4.04
Max Min Average
Max ofMin Average
      Stage                                     Social Maturity in the Nobel Peace Lectures
    6     3    4.4                              7
    4     3    3.8
                                                6
    6     3    5.0
    4     3    3.6                              5
    5     3    3.7                              4
    6     3    4.4
    6     3    4.2                              3
    4     4    4.0                              2
    6     4    5.0
                                                1
    6     3    4.7
    4     3    3.4                              0




                                                     1937
                                                     1942
                                                     1902
                                                     1907
                                                     1912
                                                     1917
                                                     1922
                                                     1927
                                                     1932



                                                     1947
                                                     1952
    5     3    4.4
    4     4    4.0
    4     3    3.6
    5     3    4.0
    4     3    3.7   Median        4.00
                                                    Maximum and Moving Average by Year
                                                7
    4     3    3.8
    4     4    4.0   CHART Nobel Peace Prize    6
    5     3    4.2   Maximum       7.0000       5
    4     3    3.6   Plus 3        6.3689       4
    5     3    4.2   Average       4.0388       3
    4     3    3.6                 0.7767
                     Standard Deviation
                                                2
    4     3    3.4   Minus 3       1.7087
    4     3    3.3   Minimum       3.0000       1
    6     3    4.4                              0
                                                     1907




                                                     1942
                                                     1902

                                                     1912
                                                     1917
                                                     1922
                                                     1927
                                                     1932
                                                     1937

                                                     1947
                                                     1952
    6     3    4.6
    6     3    4.0   VALUES Nobel Peace Prize
    5     4    4.5   Minimum   3.0000                      Maximum       2 per. Mov. Avg. (Maxim
    5     3    4.2   Minus     3.6504
    4     3    3.7   Average   4.0388
    7     3    5.0   Plus      4.4271
    4     4    4.0   Maximum   7.0000
    4     3    3.5
    4     3    3.5
    5     4    4.4
    4     3    3.6
    4     3    3.2   STACKEDNobel Peace Prize
    6     3    4.6   Minimum   3.0000
    5     3    3.7   Minus     0.6504
    4     3    3.8   Median    0.3883
    5     3    4.0   Plus      0.3883
    4     4    4.0   Maximum   2.5729
    4     3    3.3
5   4   4.4
4   4   4.0
4   3   3.8
4   3   3.6
6   3   4.3
4   4   4.0
6   4   5.0
6   4   4.6
4   4   4.0
4   4   4.0
4   3   3.2
4   3   3.8
4   4   4.0
4   3   3.8
5   4   4.3
6   3   4.8
4   4   4.0
5   3   4.0
6   4   5.2
4   4   4.0
4   4   4.0
4   3   3.8
4   3   3.9
4   3   3.9
4   4   4.0
4   3   3.7
4   4   4.0
5   5   5.0
6   4   5.0
5   4   4.5
5   4   4.5
4   4   4.0
4   3   3.3
6   3   4.6
5   4   4.6
4   3   3.7
4   4   4.0
4   3   3.7
5   5   5.0
Nobel Peace Lectures                                           Year, Minimum, Average, Maximum
                                                               1902, 3, 4.4, 6
                                                               1903, 3, 3.8, 4
                                                               1905, 3, 5, 6
                                                               1906, 3, 3.6, 4
                                                               1907, 3, 3.7, 5
                                                               1908, 3, 4.4, 6
                                                               1912, 3, 4.2, 6
                                                               1915, 4, 4, 4
                                                               1919, 4, 5, 6
                                                               1920, 3, 4.7, 6
                                                               1921, 3, 3.4, 4
        1972
        1952
        1957
        1962
        1967

        1977
        1982
        1987
        1992
        1997
        2002
        2007



                                                               1922, 3, 4.4, 5
                                                               1925, 4, 4, 4
                                                               1926, 3, 3.6, 4
                                                               1927, 3, 4, 5
ng Average by Year              1908 Klas Pontus Arnoldson     1929, 3, 3.7, 4
                                1912 Elihu Root                1930, 3, 3.8, 4
                                                               1931, 4, 4, 4
                                1919 Woodrow Wilson            1933, 3, 4.2, 5
                                1920 Léon Bourgeois            1934, 3, 3.6, 4
                                                               1936, 3, 4.2, 5
                                1945 Cordell Hull              1937, 3, 3.6, 4
                                1946 Emily Greene Balch        1938, 3, 3.4, 4
                                1947 Friends Service Council   1944, 3, 3.3, 4
                                                               1945, 3, 4.4, 6
         1952
         1957
         1962
         1967
         1972
         1977
         1982
         1987
         1992
         1997
         2002
         2007




                                1977 Amnesty International     1946, 3, 4.6, 6
                                1978 Anwar al-Sadat            1947, 3, 4, 6
   2 per. Mov. Avg. (Maximum)                                  1949, 4, 4.5, 5
                                                               1950, 3, 4.2, 5
                                                               1951, 3, 3.7, 4
                                                               1952, 3, 5, 7
                                                               1953, 4, 4, 4
                                                               1954, 3, 3.5, 4
                                                               1957, 3, 3.5, 4
                                                               1958, 4, 4.4, 5
                                                               1959, 3, 3.6, 4
                                                               1960, 3, 3.2, 4
                                                               1962, 3, 4.6, 6
                                                               1963, 3, 3.7, 5
                                                               1964, 3, 3.8, 4
                                                               1965, 3, 4, 5
                                                               1968, 4, 4, 4
                                                               1969, 3, 3.3, 4
1970, 4, 4.4, 5
1971, 4, 4, 4
1973, 3, 3.8, 4
1974, 3, 3.6, 4
1975, 3, 4.3, 6
1976, 4, 4, 4
1977, 4, 5, 6
1978, 4, 4.6, 6
1979, 4, 4, 4
1980, 4, 4, 4
1981, 3, 3.2, 4
1982, 3, 3.8, 4
1983, 4, 4, 4
1984, 3, 3.8, 4
1985, 4, 4.3, 5
1986, 3, 4.8, 6
1987, 4, 4, 4
1988, 3, 4, 5
1989, 4, 5.2, 6
1990, 4, 4, 4
1992, 4, 4, 4
1993, 3, 3.8, 4
1994, 3, 3.9, 4
1995, 3, 3.9, 4
1996, 4, 4, 4
1997, 3, 3.7, 4
1998, 4, 4, 4
1999, 5, 5, 5
2000, 4, 5, 6
2001, 4, 4.5, 5
2002, 4, 4.5, 5
2003, 4, 4, 4
2004, 3, 3.3, 4
2005, 3, 4.6, 6
2006, 4, 4.6, 5
2007, 3, 3.7, 4
2008, 4, 4, 4
2009, 3, 3.7, 4
2010, 5, 5, 5
1900, , 0,
, Average, Maximum
Action          (Multiple Items)

Count of Role   Column Labels
Row Labels                           3     4 5     6 7 Grand Total
1 Teacher                                 90 4     9           103
2 Judge                             21    38 35                 94
4 Oppressor                         31                          31
5 Skeptic                           16 35 6                     57
6 Servant                           21 55 14                    90
7 Enabler                            4   2                         6
8 Benefactor                        13 38 17      13 1          82
Grand Total                        106 258 76     22 1         463




                Team-Player                   Statesperson
                                                  Humanitarian
                                                        Grand
                                         Role-Player Ecologist Total
1 Teacher                                 90 4 9                 103
2 Judge                             21    38 35                    94 MAX COUNT       90
3 Antagonist                                                         0
4 Oppressor                         31                             31
5 Skeptic                           16    35 6                     57     Logarithmic Radar Chart on Counts by S
6 Servant                           21    55 14                    90
7 Enabler                            4     2                         6                       1 Teacher
8 Benefactor                        13    38 17 13 1               82                       100
                                                                              8 Benefactor
                1 Teacher, 103
                                                                                                 10
                2 Judge, 94
                3 Antagonist, 0
                4 Oppressor, 31                                             7 Enabler             1
                5 Skeptic, 57
                6 Servant, 90
                7 Enabler, 6
                8 Benefactor, 82                                                6 Servant

                                     3      4 5 6 7                                              5 Skeptic
                3 Team-Player                 5 Statesperson
                                                  6 Humanitarian
                                                      7
                                         4 Role-Player Ecologist
1 Teacher                            3      4 5 6 0
2 Judge                              3      4 5 0 0
3 Antagonist                         0      0 0 0 0
4 Oppressor                          3      0 0 0 0
5 Skeptic                            3      4 5 0 0
6 Servant                            3      4 5 0 0                    Radar Chart on Styles by Stage
7 Enabler                            3      4 0 0 0
8 Benefactor                         3      4 5 6 7                                          1 Teacher

                                                                          8 Benefactor
7 Enabler




    6 Servant

                5 Skeptic
               Columnar Chart on Counts by Stage
               100
                90                                                                                                                                             1 Teacher
                80                                                                                                                                             2 Judge
                70
                                                                                                                                                               3 Antagonist
                60
                                                                                                                                                               4 Oppressor
                50                                                                                                                       Team-Player           5 Skeptic
                40
                30                                                                                                                       Role-Player           6 Servant
                20                                                                                                                       Statesperson          7 Enabler
                10                                                                                                                                             8 Benefactor
                                                                                                                                         Humanitarian
                 0




                                                                                                                     8 Benefactor
                                                                              5 Skeptic
                                                             4 Oppressor
                        1 Teacher




                                              3 Antagonist
                                    2 Judge




                                                                                          6 Servant

                                                                                                      7 Enabler




adar Chart on Counts by Stage                                                                                     Radar Chart on Counts by Stage

     1 Teacher                                                                                                                                     1 Teacher
                                                                                                                                                  100
                              2 Judge                                                                                   8 Benefactor               75                 2 Judge
                                                                                                                                                   50
                                                                           Team-Player
                                                                                                                                                   25
                                                                           Role-Player
                                    3 Antagonist                                                                    7 Enabler                          0                  3 Antagonist
                                                                           Statesperson
                                                                           Humanitarian

                              4 Oppressor                                                                                           6 Servant                         4 Oppressor

     5 Skeptic                                                                                                                                     5 Skeptic


             Logarithmic scale to compensate for magnitude difference on Teacher.



yles by Stage

 1 Teacher

                     2 Judge
                                                                  3 Team-Player
                               3 Team-Player
                               4 Role-Player
                3 Antagonist   5 Statesperson
                               6 Humanitarian
                               7 Ecologist
            4 Oppressor

5 Skeptic
                      Radar Chart on Coping Styles
              103                                           1 Teacher
               94                                          125
                0                   8 Benefactor           100                          2 Judge
                                                            75
               31
                                                            50
               57                                           25
               90                  7 Enabler                  0                            3 Antagonist
                6
               82
                                       6 Servant                                        4 Oppressor

                                                            5 Skeptic


                                      Logarithmic Radar Chart on Coping Styles
                                                                                          1 Teacher
                                                                                         100
                                                            8 Benefactor                                             2 Judge
                                                                                          10

                                                           7 Enabler                       1                            3 Antagonist
2 Judge

                    Team-Player                                    6 Servant                                         4 Oppressor
                    Role-Player
    3 Antagonist                                                                          5 Skeptic
                    Statesperson
                    Humanitarian
                                     Line Chart of Coping Style Counts
4 Oppressor                         125
                                    100
                                     75
                                     50
                                     25
                                      0
                                                                                                         5 Skeptic
                                               1 Teacher




                                                                         3 Antagonist


                                                                                           4 Oppressor




                                                                                                                         6 Servant


                                                                                                                                     7 Enabler
                                                             2 Judge
  7 Enabler




               3 Antagonist
8 Benefactor
Row Labels   Max of 1 Teacher       Max of 2 Judge       Max of 3 Antagonist       Max of 4 Oppressor
1901                            0                    0                         0                        0
1902                            4                    5                         0                        3
1903                            4                    3                         0                        0
1904                            0                    0                         0                        0
1905                            6                    5                         0                        0
1906                            4                    3                         0                        3
1907                            4                    5                         0                        3
1908                            6                    5                         0                        0
1909                            0                    0                         0                        0
1910                            0                    0                         0                        0
1911                            0                    0                         0                        0
1912                            4                    5                         0                        3
1913                            0                    0                         0                        0
1914                            0                    0                         0                        0
1915                            4                    0                         0                        0
1916                            0                    0                         0                        0
1917                            0                    0                         0                        0
1918                            0                    0                         0                        0
1919                            4                    5                         0                        0
1920                            6                    5                         0                        3
1921                            4                    3                         0                        3
1922                            4                    5                         0                        0
1923                            0                    0                         0                        0
1924                            0                    0                         0                        0
1925                            0                    0                         0                        0
1926                            4                    3                         0                        0
1927                            4                    5                         0                        3
1928                            0                    0                         0                        0
1929                            4                    4                         0                        3
1930                            4                    4                         0                        0
1931                            4                    0                         0                        0
1932                            0                    0                         0                        0
1933                            4                    5                         0                        3
1934                            4                    4                         0                        3
1935                            0                    0                         0                        0
1936                            4                    5                         0                        3
1937                            4                    3                         0                        3
1938                            4                    3                         0                        3
1939                            0                    0                         0                        0
1940                            0                    0                         0                        0
1941                            0                    0                         0                        0
1942                            0                    0                         0                        0
1943                            0                    0                         0                        0
1944                            4                    3                         0                        0
1945   4   5   0   0
1946   4   5   0   3
1947   4   5   0   0
1948   0   0   0   0
1949   4   4   0   0
1950   4   5   0   3
1951   4   4   0   3
1952   6   5   0   0
1953   4   4   0   0
1954   4   3   0   3
1955   0   0   0   0
1956   0   0   0   0
1957   4   3   0   3
1958   4   5   0   0
1959   4   3   0   3
1960   4   3   0   3
1961   0   0   0   0
1962   6   5   0   0
1963   4   5   0   0
1964   4   4   0   3
1965   4   5   0   0
1966   0   0   0   0
1967   0   0   0   0
1968   4   4   0   0
1969   4   3   0   0
1970   4   4   0   0
1971   4   0   0   0
1972   0   0   0   0
1973   4   3   0   0
1974   4   3   0   0
1975   4   5   0   3
1976   4   4   0   0
1977   4   5   0   0
1978   6   5   0   0
1979   4   4   0   0
1980   4   4   0   0
1981   4   3   0   0
1982   4   4   0   3
1983   4   4   0   0
1984   4   4   0   3
1985   4   5   0   0
1986   6   4   0   3
1987   4   4   0   0
1988   4   5   0   3
1989   6   5   0   0
1990   4   4   0   0
1991   0   0   0   0
1992          4   4   0   0
1993          4   4   0   3
1994          4   4   0   0
1995          4   4   0   0
1996          4   0   0   0
1997          4   4   0   0
1998          4   4   0   0
1999          5   5   0   0
2000          6   5   0   0
2001          5   5   0   0
2002          4   5   0   0
2003          4   0   0   0
2004          4   3   0   0
2005          4   5   0   0
2006          4   4   0   0
2007          4   0   0   0
2008          4   4   0   0
2009          4   4   0   3
2010          5   0   0   0
2011          5   5   0   3
Grand Total   6   5   0   3
Max of 5 Skeptic       Max of 6 Servant       Max of 7 Enabler       Max of 8 Benefactor       YEAR
                   0                      0                      0                         0          1901
                   0                      4                      0                         6          1902
                   0                      4                      4                         4          1903
                   0                      0                      0                         0          1904
                   0                      3                      0                         6          1905
                   3                      4                      4                         4          1906
                   3                      4                      0                         5          1907
                   0                      5                      0                         5          1908
                   0                      0                      0                         0          1909
                   0                      0                      0                         0          1910
                   0                      0                      0                         0          1911
                   3                      4                      0                         6          1912
                   0                      0                      0                         0          1913
                   0                      0                      0                         0          1914
                   0                      0                      0                         0          1915
                   0                      0                      0                         0          1916
                   0                      0                      0                         0          1917
                   0                      0                      0                         0          1918
                   0                      0                      0                         6          1919
                   4                      5                      0                         5          1920
                   4                      4                      0                         3          1921
                   3                      5                      0                         5          1922
                   0                      0                      0                         0          1923
                   0                      0                      0                         0          1924
                   4                      0                      0                         4          1925
                   0                      4                      0                         4          1926
                   4                      4                      0                         5          1927
                   0                      0                      0                         0          1928
                   4                      3                      0                         4          1929
                   0                      4                      0                         3          1930
                   0                      4                      0                         0          1931
                   0                      0                      0                         0          1932
                   4                      4                      0                         5          1933
                   0                      4                      0                         3          1934
                   0                      0                      0                         0          1935
                   0                      4                      0                         5          1936
                   0                      4                      0                         4          1937
                   4                      3                      3                         4          1938
                   0                      0                      0                         0          1939
                   0                      0                      0                         0          1940
                   0                      0                      0                         0          1941
                   0                      0                      0                         0          1942
                   0                      0                      0                         0          1943
                   4                      3                      3                         3          1944
4   3   0   6   1945
5   5   0   6   1946
4   4   3   6   1947
0   0   0   0   1948
0   5   0   5   1949
4   4   0   5   1950
0   4   3   4   1951
3   4   0   7   1952
4   4   0   4   1953
4   3   0   4   1954
0   0   0   0   1955
0   0   0   0   1956
4   4   0   3   1957
4   4   0   5   1958
4   0   0   4   1959
3   3   0   3   1960
0   0   0   0   1961
3   4   0   5   1962
3   4   0   4   1963
4   4   0   4   1964
3   3   0   5   1965
0   0   0   0   1966
0   0   0   0   1967
4   4   0   0   1968
0   3   0   3   1969
4   5   0   5   1970
4   4   0   4   1971
0   0   0   0   1972
4   4   0   0   1973
4   4   0   4   1974
4   4   0   6   1975
4   4   0   4   1976
5   5   0   6   1977
0   4   0   6   1978
0   4   0   4   1979
4   4   0   4   1980
3   3   0   3   1981
3   4   0   4   1982
4   4   0   4   1983
4   4   0   4   1984
5   5   0   4   1985
5   5   0   6   1986
0   4   0   4   1987
3   4   0   5   1988
4   5   0   6   1989
0   4   0   4   1990
0   0   0   0   1991
0   4   0   4   1992
0   4   0   4   1993
0   4   0   4   1994
4   4   0   4   1995
0   0   0   0   1996
4   3   0   4   1997
4   4   0   4   1998
0   5   0   5   1999
0   4   0   0   2000
0   4   0   4   2001
5   4   0   0   2002
0   0   0   4   2003
0   3   0   3   2004
3   5   0   6   2005
5   5   0   5   2006
0   3   0   0   2007
4   4   0   0   2008
4   3   0   4   2009
0   0   0   5   2010
0   5   0   5   2011
5   5   4   7
           7                                       3          2
8 Benefactor Enabler 6 Servant 5 Skeptic 4 Oppressor Antagonist Judge       1 Teacher   Coping Styles vesu
         0          0         0         0        0         0            0           0
         8          0         6         0        4         0            2           1   8
         8          7         6         0        0         0            2           1   7
         0          0         0         0        0         0            0           0
                                                                                        6
         8          0         6         0        0         0            2           1
         8          7         6         5        4         0            2           1   5
         8          0         6         5        4         0            2           1   4
         8          0         6         0        0         0            2           1
                                                                                        3
         0          0         0         0        0         0            0           0
         0          0         0         0        0         0            0           0   2
         0          0         0         0        0         0            0           0   1




                                                                                            1901
         8          0         6         5        4         0            2           1
         0          0         0         0        0         0            0           0
         0          0         0         0        0         0            0           0
         0          0         0         0        0         0            0           1
         0          0         0         0        0         0            0           0
         0          0         0         0        0         0            0           0
         0          0         0         0        0         0            0           0
         8          0         0         0        0         0            2           1
         8          0         6         5        4         0            2           1
         8          0         6         5        4         0            2           1
         8          0         6         5        0         0            2           1
         0          0         0         0        0         0            0           0
         0          0         0         0        0         0            0           0
         8          0         0         5        0         0            0           0
         8          0         6         0        0         0            2           1
         8          0         6         5        4         0            2           1
         0          0         0         0        0         0            0           0
         8          0         6         5        4         0            2           1
         8          0         6         0        0         0            2           1
         0          0         6         0        0         0            0           1
         0          0         0         0        0         0            0           0
         8          0         6         5        4         0            2           1
         8          0         6         0        4         0            2           1
         0          0         0         0        0         0            0           0
         8          0         6         0        4         0            2           1
         8          0         6         0        4         0            2           1
         8          7         6         5        4         0            2           1
         0          0         0         0        0         0            0           0
         0          0         0         0        0         0            0           0
         0          0         0         0        0         0            0           0
         0          0         0         0        0         0            0           0
         0          0         0         0        0         0            0           0
         8          7         6         5        0         0            2           1
8   0   6   5   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   4   0   2   1
8   7   6   5   0   0   2   1
0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0
8   0   6   0   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   4   0   2   1
8   7   6   0   4   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   4   0   2   1
0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0
0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0
8   0   6   5   4   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   0   0   2   1
8   0   0   5   4   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   4   0   2   1
0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0
8   0   6   5   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   4   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   0   0   2   1
0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0
0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0
0   0   6   5   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   0   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   0   0   0   1
0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0
0   0   6   5   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   4   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   0   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   0   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   4   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   4   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   4   0   2   1
8   0   6   0   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   4   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   0   0   0   2   1
0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0
8   0   6   0   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   0   4   0   2   1
8   0   6   0   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   0   0   2   1
0   0   0   0   0   0   0   1
8   0   6   5   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   0   0   0   2   1
0   0   6   0   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   0   0   0   2   1
0   0   6   5   0   0   2   1
8   0   0   0   0   0   0   1
8   0   6   0   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   0   0   2   1
0   0   6   0   0   0   0   1
0   0   6   5   0   0   2   1
8   0   6   5   4   0   2   1
8   0   0   0   0   0   0   1
8   0   6   0   4   0   2   1
Coping Styles vesus Year
                                                                                      8 Benefactor
                                                                                      7 Enabler
                                                                                      6 Servant
                                                                                      5 Skeptic
                                                                                      4 Oppressor
                                                                                      3 Antagonist
                                                                                      2 Judge
                                                                                      1 Teacher
         1911




                                                                               2011
                                                                 1991
  1901


                1921
                       1931
                              1941
                                     1951
                                            1961
                                                   1971
                                                          1981


                                                                        2001
Action                        (Multiple Items)
Birth                         (Multiple Items)

Row Labels                    Max of Age              Max of 1 Teacher       Max of 2 Judge
1902 Albert Gobat                                63                      4                    5
1902 Élie Ducommun                               73                      4                    5
1903 Randal Cremer                               76                      4                    3
1905 Bertha von Suttner                          62                      6                    5
1906 Theodore Roosevelt                          51                      4                    3
1907 Ernesto Teodoro Moneta                      75                      4                    5
1907 Louis Renault                               64                      4                    3
1908 Fredrik Bajer                               72                      4                    3
1908 Klas Pontus Arnoldson                       64                      6                    5
1912 Elihu Root                                  68                      4                    5
1919 Woodrow Wilson                              63                      4                    5
1920 Léon Bourgeois                              71                      6                    5
1921 Christian Lange                             52                      4                    3
1921 Hjalmar Branting                            61                      4                    3
1922 Fridtjof Nansen                             61                      4                    5
1925 Austen Chamberlain                          63                      0                    0
1926 Aristide Briand                             64                      0                    0
1926 Gustav Stresemann                           49                      4                    3
1927 Ferdinand Buisson                           86                      4                    4
1927 Ludwig Quidde                               69                      4                    5
1929 Frank B. Kellogg                            72                      4                    4
1930 Nathan Söderblom                            64                      4                    4
1931 Nicholas Murray Butler                      69                      4                    0
1933 Norman Angell                               62                      4                    5
1934 Arthur Henderson                            71                      4                    4
1936 Carlos Saavedra Lamas                       53                      4                    5
1937 Robert Cecil                                73                      4                    3
1945 Cordell Hull                                74                      4                    5
1946 Emily Greene Balch                          81                      4                    5
1946 John R. Mott                                81                      4                    5
1949 Boyd Orr                                    68                      4                    4
1950 Ralph Bunche                                46                      4                    5
1951 Léon Jouhaux                                72                      4                    4
1952 Albert Schweitzer                           79                      6                    5
1953 George C. Marshall                          72                      4                    4
1957 Lester Bowles Pearson                       60                      4                    3
1958 Georges Pire                                48                      4                    5
1959 Philip Noel-Baker                           70                      4                    3
1960 Albert Lutuli                               63                      4                    3
1962 Linus Pauling                               62                      6                    5
1964 Martin Luther King Jr.                      35                      4                    4
1968 René Cassin                                 81                      4                    4
1970 Norman Borlaug                              56                      4                    4
1971 Willy Brandt                 58   4   0
1973 Henry Kissinger              50   4   3
1974 Eisaku Sato                  73   4   3
1974 Seán MacBride                70   4   3
1975 Andrei Sakharov              54   4   5
1976 Betty Williams               34   4   4
1978 Anwar al-Sadat               60   6   5
1978 Menachem Begin               65   4   4
1979 Mother Teresa                69   4   4
1980 Adolfo Pérez Esquivel        49   4   4
1982 Alfonso García Robles        71   4   4
1982 Alva Myrdal                  80   0   4
1983 Lech Walesa                  40   4   4
1984 Desmond Tutu                 53   4   4
1986 Elie Wiesel                  58   6   4
1987 Oscar Arias Sánchez          46   4   4
1989 Tenzin Gyatso                54   6   5
1990 Mikhail Gorbachev            60   4   4
1992 Rigoberta Menchú Tum         33   4   4
1993 F.W. de Klerk                57   4   4
1993 Nelson Mandela               75   4   4
1994 Shimon Peres                 71   4   4
1994 Yasser Arafat                65   4   4
1994 Yitzhak Rabin                72   4   4
1995 Joseph Rotblat               87   4   4
1996 Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo   48   4   0
1996 José Ramos-Horta             47   4   0
1997 Jody Williams                47   4   3
1998 David Trimble                54   4   4
1998 John Hume                    61   4   0
2000 Kim Dae-jung                 75   6   5
2001 Kofi Annan                   63   5   5
2002 Jimmy Carter                 78   4   5
2003 Shirin Ebadi                 56   4   0
2004 Wangari Maathai              64   4   3
2005 Mohamed ElBaradei            63   4   5
2006 Muhammad Yunus               66   4   4
2007 Al Gore                      59   4   0
2008 Martti Ahtisaari             71   4   4
2009 Barack H. Obama              48   4   4
2010 Liu Xiaobo                   54   5   0
2011 Ellen Johnson Sirleaf        73   5   5
2011 Leymah Gbowee                39   4   4
2011 Tawakkol Karman              32   4   5
Grand Total                       87   6   5
Max of 3 Antagonist       Max of 4 Oppressor       Max of 5 Skeptic       Max of 6 Servant       Max of 7 Enabler
                      0                        3                      0                      4                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      0                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      4                      4
                      0                        0                      0                      3                      0
                      0                        3                      3                      4                      4
                      0                        3                      3                      4                      0
                      0                        3                      0                      3                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      3                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      5                      0
                      0                        3                      3                      4                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      0                      0
                      0                        3                      4                      5                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      3                      0
                      0                        3                      4                      4                      0
                      0                        0                      3                      5                      0
                      0                        0                      4                      0                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      0                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      4                      0
                      0                        3                      4                      4                      0
                      0                        3                      4                      4                      0
                      0                        3                      4                      3                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      4                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      4                      0
                      0                        3                      4                      4                      0
                      0                        3                      0                      4                      0
                      0                        3                      0                      4                      0
                      0                        3                      0                      4                      0
                      0                        0                      4                      3                      0
                      0                        3                      5                      5                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      4                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      5                      0
                      0                        3                      4                      4                      0
                      0                        3                      0                      4                      3
                      0                        0                      3                      4                      0
                      0                        0                      4                      4                      0
                      0                        3                      4                      4                      0
                      0                        0                      4                      4                      0
                      0                        3                      4                      0                      0
                      0                        3                      3                      3                      0
                      0                        0                      3                      4                      0
                      0                        3                      4                      4                      0
                      0                        0                      4                      4                      0
                      0                        0                      4                      5                      0
0   0   4   4   0
0   0   4   4   0
0   0   0   3   0
0   0   4   4   0
0   3   4   4   0
0   0   4   4   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   0   4   4   0
0   0   0   0   0
0   3   3   4   0
0   0   4   4   0
0   3   4   4   0
0   3   5   5   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   0   4   5   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   3   0   3   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   0   3   4   0
0   0   0   0   0
0   0   0   0   0
0   0   0   0   0
0   0   4   0   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   0   5   4   0
0   0   0   0   0
0   0   0   3   0
0   0   3   5   0
0   0   5   5   0
0   0   0   3   0
0   0   4   4   0
0   3   4   3   0
0   0   0   0   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   0   0   0   0
0   3   0   5   0
0   3   5   5   4
Max of 8 Benefactor
                      6
                      0
                      4
                      6
                      4
                      5
                      0
                      0
                      5
                      6
                      6
                      5
                      3
                      3
                      5
                      4
                      4
                      3
                      4
                      5
                      4
                      3
                      0
                      5
                      3
                      5
                      4
                      6
                      6
                      0
                      5
                      5
                      4
                      7
                      4
                      3
                      5
                      4
                      3
                      5
                      4
                      0
                      5
4
0
4
0
6
4
6
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
6
4
6
4
4
0
4
0
3
4
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
4
0
4
3
6
5
0
0
4
5
0
4
5
7
Award, Recipient, Age, Roles
1902, Albert Gobat, 63             , Teacher   , Evaluator
1902, Élie Ducommun, 73            , Teacher   , Evaluator
1903, Randal Cremer, 76            , Teacher   , Referee
1905, Bertha von Suttner, 62       , Prophet   , Evaluator
1906, Theodore Roosevelt, 51       , Teacher   , Referee
1907, Ernesto Teodoro Moneta, 75   , Teacher   , Evaluator
1907, Louis Renault, 64            , Teacher   , Referee
1908, Fredrik Bajer, 72            , Teacher   , Referee
1908, Klas Pontus Arnoldson, 64    , Prophet   , Evaluator
1912, Elihu Root, 68               , Teacher   , Evaluator
1919, Woodrow Wilson, 63           , Teacher   , Evaluator
1920, Léon Bourgeois, 71           , Prophet   , Evaluator
1921, Christian Lange, 52          , Teacher   , Referee
1921, Hjalmar Branting, 61         , Teacher   , Referee
1922, Fridtjof Nansen, 61          , Teacher   , Evaluator
1925, Austen Chamberlain, 63
1926, Aristide Briand, 64
1926, Gustav Stresemann, 49        , Teacher   , Referee
1927, Ferdinand Buisson, 86        , Teacher   , Judge
1927, Ludwig Quidde, 69            , Teacher   , Evaluator
1929, Frank B. Kellogg, 72         , Teacher   , Judge
1930, Nathan Söderblom, 64         , Teacher   , Judge
1931, Nicholas Murray Butler, 69   , Teacher
1933, Norman Angell, 62            , Teacher   , Evaluator
1934, Arthur Henderson, 71         , Teacher   , Judge
1936, Carlos Saavedra Lamas, 53    , Teacher   , Evaluator
1937, Robert Cecil, 73             , Teacher   , Referee
1945, Cordell Hull, 74             , Teacher   , Evaluator
1946, Emily Greene Balch, 81       , Teacher   , Evaluator
1946, John R. Mott, 81             , Teacher   , Evaluator
1949, Boyd Orr, 68                 , Teacher   , Judge
1950, Ralph Bunche, 46             , Teacher   , Evaluator
1951, Léon Jouhaux, 72             , Teacher   , Judge
1952, Albert Schweitzer, 79        , Prophet   , Evaluator
1953, George C. Marshall, 72       , Teacher   , Judge
1957, Lester Bowles Pearson, 60    , Teacher   , Referee
1958, Georges Pire, 48             , Teacher   , Evaluator
1959, Philip Noel-Baker, 70        , Teacher   , Referee
1960, Albert Lutuli, 63            , Teacher   , Referee
1962, Linus Pauling, 62            , Prophet   , Evaluator
1964, Martin Luther King Jr., 35   , Teacher   , Judge
1968, René Cassin, 81              , Teacher   , Judge
1970, Norman Borlaug, 56           , Teacher   , Judge
1971, Willy Brandt, 58                 , Teacher
1973, Henry Kissinger, 50              , Teacher   , Referee
1974, Eisaku Sato, 73                  , Teacher   , Referee
1974, Seán MacBride, 70                , Teacher   , Referee
1975, Andrei Sakharov, 54              , Teacher   , Evaluator
1976, Betty Williams, 34               , Teacher   , Judge
1978, Anwar al-Sadat, 60               , Prophet   , Evaluator
1978, Menachem Begin, 65               , Teacher   , Judge
1979, Mother Teresa, 69                , Teacher   , Judge
1980, Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, 49        , Teacher   , Judge
1982, Alfonso García Robles, 71        , Teacher   , Judge
1982, Alva Myrdal, 80                              , Judge
1983, Lech Walesa, 40                  , Teacher   , Judge
1984, Desmond Tutu, 53                 , Teacher   , Judge
1986, Elie Wiesel, 58                  , Prophet   , Judge
1987, Oscar Arias Sánchez, 46          , Teacher   , Judge
1989, Tenzin Gyatso, 54                , Prophet   , Evaluator
1990, Mikhail Gorbachev, 60            , Teacher   , Judge
1992, Rigoberta Menchú Tum, 33         , Teacher   , Judge
1993, F.W. de Klerk, 57                , Teacher   , Judge
1993, Nelson Mandela, 75               , Teacher   , Judge
1994, Shimon Peres, 71                 , Teacher   , Judge
1994, Yasser Arafat, 65                , Teacher   , Judge
1994, Yitzhak Rabin, 72                , Teacher   , Judge
1995, Joseph Rotblat, 87               , Teacher   , Judge
1996, Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo, 48   , Teacher
1996, José Ramos-Horta, 47             , Teacher
1997, Jody Williams, 47                , Teacher , Referee
1998, David Trimble, 54                , Teacher , Judge
1998, John Hume, 61                    , Teacher
2000, Kim Dae-jung, 75                 , Prophet , Evaluator
2001, Kofi Annan, 63                              ,
                                       , PhilosopherEvaluator
2002, Jimmy Carter, 78                 , Teacher , Evaluator
2003, Shirin Ebadi, 56                 , Teacher
2004, Wangari Maathai, 64              , Teacher , Referee
2005, Mohamed ElBaradei, 63            , Teacher , Evaluator
2006, Muhammad Yunus, 66               , Teacher , Judge
2007, Al Gore, 59                      , Teacher
2008, Martti Ahtisaari, 71             , Teacher , Judge
2009, Barack H. Obama, 48              , Teacher , Judge
2010, Liu Xiaobo, 54                   , Philosopher
2011, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, 73                   ,
                                       , PhilosopherEvaluator
2011, Leymah Gbowee, 39                , Teacher , Judge
2011, Tawakkol Karman, 32              , Teacher , Evaluator
, Enforcer               , Servant               , Humanitarian

                         , Servant   , Enabler   , Benefactor
                         , Obligee               , Humanitarian
, Enforcer   , Scoffer   , Servant   , Enabler   , Benefactor
, Enforcer   , Scoffer   , Servant               , Patron
, Enforcer               , Obligee
                         , Obligee
                         , Citizen               , Patron
, Enforcer   , Scoffer   , Servant               , Humanitarian
                                                 , Humanitarian
, Enforcer   , Skeptic   , Citizen               , Patron
                         , Obligee               , Sponsor
, Enforcer   , Skeptic   , Servant               , Sponsor
             , Scoffer   , Citizen               , Patron
             , Skeptic                           , Benefactor
                                                 , Benefactor
                       , Servant                 , Sponsor
, Enforcer   , Skeptic , Servant                 , Benefactor
, Enforcer   , Skeptic , Servant                 , Patron
, Enforcer   , Skeptic , Obligee                 , Benefactor
                       , Servant                 , Sponsor
                       , Servant
, Enforcer   , Skeptic , Servant                 , Patron
, Enforcer             , Servant                 , Sponsor
, Enforcer             , Servant                 , Patron
, Enforcer             , Servant                 , Benefactor
             , Skeptic , Obligee                 , Humanitarian
, Enforcer   , Doubter , Citizen                 , Humanitarian
                       , Servant
                       , Citizen                 , Patron
, Enforcer   , Skeptic , Servant                 , Patron
, Enforcer             , Servant     , Supporter , Benefactor
             , Scoffer , Servant                 , Saint
             , Skeptic , Servant                 , Benefactor
, Enforcer   , Skeptic , Servant                 , Sponsor
             , Skeptic , Servant                 , Patron
, Enforcer   , Skeptic                           , Benefactor
, Enforcer   , Scoffer , Obligee                 , Sponsor
             , Scoffer , Servant                 , Patron
, Enforcer   , Skeptic , Servant                 , Benefactor
             , Skeptic , Servant
             , Skeptic , Citizen                 , Patron
             , Skeptic   , Servant   , Benefactor
             , Skeptic   , Servant
                         , Obligee   , Benefactor
             , Skeptic   , Servant
, Enforcer   , Skeptic   , Servant   , Humanitarian
             , Skeptic   , Servant   , Benefactor
                         , Servant   , Humanitarian
                         , Servant   , Benefactor
                         , Servant   , Benefactor
             , Skeptic   , Servant   , Benefactor
                                     , Benefactor
, Enforcer   , Scoffer   , Servant   , Benefactor
             , Skeptic   , Servant   , Benefactor
, Enforcer   , Skeptic   , Servant   , Benefactor
, Enforcer   , Doubter   , Citizen   , Humanitarian
                         , Servant   , Benefactor
             , Skeptic   , Citizen   , Humanitarian
                         , Servant   , Benefactor
                         , Servant   , Benefactor
, Enforcer               , Obligee
                         , Servant   , Benefactor
                         , Servant
                         , Servant   , Sponsor
                         , Servant   , Benefactor
             , Scoffer   , Servant




             , Skeptic
                       , Servant     , Benefactor
                       , Servant
                       , Servant     , Benefactor
             , Doubter , Servant
                                     , Benefactor
                       , Obligee     , Sponsor
             , Scoffer , Citizen     , Humanitarian
             , Doubter , Citizen     , Patron
                       , Obligee
             , Skeptic , Servant
, Enforcer   , Skeptic , Obligee     , Benefactor
                                     , Patron
                         , Servant
                                     , Benefactor
, Enforcer               , Citizen   , Patron
                          #Quotes       Teacher       Judge       Antagonist Oppressor Skeptic
1902 Albert Gobat                   5             1           1           0          1         0
1902 Élie Ducommun                  2             1           1           0          0         0
1903 Randal Cremer                  5             1           1           0          0         0
1905 Bertha von Suttner             4             1           1           0          0         0
1906 Theodore Roosevelt             7             1           1           0          1         1
1907 Ernesto Teodoro Moneta         6             1           1           0          1         1
1907 Louis Renault                  4             1           1           0          1         0
1908 Fredrik Bajer                  3             1           1           0          0         0
1908 Klas Pontus Arnoldson          4             1           1           0          0         0
1912 Elihu Root                     6             1           1           0          1         1
1919 Woodrow Wilson                 3             1           1           0          0         0
1920 Léon Bourgeois                 6             1           1           0          1         1
1921 Christian Lange                4             1           1           0          0         0
1921 Hjalmar Branting               6             1           1           0          1         1
1922 Fridtjof Nansen                5             1           1           0          0         1
1925 Austen Chamberlain             2             0           0           0          0         1
1926 Aristide Briand                1             0           0           0          0         0
1926 Gustav Stresemann              4             1           1           0          0         0
1927 Ferdinand Buisson              6             1           1           0          1         1
1927 Ludwig Quidde                  6             1           1           0          1         1
1929 Frank B. Kellogg               6             1           1           0          1         1
1930 Nathan Söderblom               4             1           1           0          0         0
1931 Nicholas Murray Butler         2             1           0           0          0         0
1933 Norman Angell                  6             1           1           0          1         1
1934 Arthur Henderson               5             1           1           0          1         0
1936 Carlos Saavedra Lamas          5             1           1           0          1         0
1937 Robert Cecil                   5             1           1           0          1         0
1945 Cordell Hull                   5             1           1           0          0         1
1946 Emily Greene Balch             6             1           1           0          1         1
1946 John R. Mott                   3             1           1           0          0         0
1949 Boyd Orr                       4             1           1           0          0         0
1950 Ralph Bunche                   6             1           1           0          1         1
1951 Léon Jouhaux                   6             1           1           0          1         0
1952 Albert Schweitzer              5             1           1           0          0         1
1953 George C. Marshall             5             1           1           0          0         1
1957 Lester Bowles Pearson          6             1           1           0          1         1
1958 Georges Pire                   5             1           1           0          0         1
1959 Philip Noel-Baker              5             1           1           0          1         1
1960 Albert Lutuli                  6             1           1           0          1         1
1962 Linus Pauling                  5             1           1           0          0         1
1964 Martin Luther King Jr.         6             1           1           0          1         1
1968 René Cassin                    4             1           1           0          0         1
1970 Norman Borlaug                 5             1           1           0          0         1
1971 Willy Brandt                 4   1   0   0   0   1
1973 Henry Kissinger              4   1   1   0   0   1
1974 Eisaku Sato                  4   1   1   0   0   0
1974 Seán MacBride                4   1   1   0   0   1
1975 Andrei Sakharov              6   1   1   0   1   1
1976 Betty Williams               5   1   1   0   0   1
1978 Anwar al-Sadat               4   1   1   0   0   0
1978 Menachem Begin               4   1   1   0   0   0
1979 Mother Teresa                4   1   1   0   0   0
1980 Adolfo Pérez Esquivel        5   1   1   0   0   1
1982 Alfonso García Robles        3   1   1   0   0   0
1982 Alva Myrdal                  5   0   1   0   1   1
1983 Lech Walesa                  5   1   1   0   0   1
1984 Desmond Tutu                 6   1   1   0   1   1
1986 Elie Wiesel                  6   1   1   0   1   1
1987 Oscar Arias Sánchez          4   1   1   0   0   0
1989 Tenzin Gyatso                5   1   1   0   0   1
1990 Mikhail Gorbachev            4   1   1   0   0   0
1992 Rigoberta Menchú Tum         4   1   1   0   0   0
1993 F.W. de Klerk                4   1   1   0   1   0
1993 Nelson Mandela               4   1   1   0   0   0
1994 Shimon Peres                 3   1   1   0   0   0
1994 Yasser Arafat                4   1   1   0   0   0
1994 Yitzhak Rabin                4   1   1   0   0   0
1995 Joseph Rotblat               4   1   1   0   0   1
1996 Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo   1   1   0   0   0   0
1996 José Ramos-Horta             1   1   0   0   0   0
1997 Jody Williams                2   1   1   0   0   0
1998 David Trimble                3   1   1   0   0   1
1998 John Hume                    3   1   0   0   0   0
2000 Kim Dae-jung                 3   1   1   0   0   0
2001 Kofi Annan                   4   1   1   0   0   0
2002 Jimmy Carter                 4   1   1   0   0   1
2003 Shirin Ebadi                 2   1   0   0   0   0
2004 Wangari Maathai              4   1   1   0   0   0
2005 Mohamed ElBaradei            5   1   1   0   0   1
2006 Muhammad Yunus               5   1   1   0   0   1
2007 Al Gore                      2   1   0   0   0   0
2008 Martti Ahtisaari             4   1   1   0   0   1
2009 Barack H. Obama              6   1   1   0   1   1
2010 Liu Xiaobo                   2   1   0   0   0   0
2011 Ellen Johnson Sirleaf        3   1   1   0   0   0
2011 Leymah Gbowee                3   1   1   0   0   0
2011 Tawakkol Karman              5   1   1   0   1   0

                                  7
                                  1
  4
4.3
Servant       Enabler       Benefactor
          1             0           1
          0             0           0
          1             1           1
          1             0           1
          1             1           1
          1             0           1
          1             0           0
          1             0           0
          1             0           1
          1             0           1
          0             0           1
          1             0           1
          1             0           1
          1             0           1
          1             0           1
          0             0           1
          0             0           1
          1             0           1
          1             0           1
          1             0           1
          1             0           1
          1             0           1
          1             0           0
          1             0           1
          1             0           1
          1             0           1
          1             0           1
          1             0           1
          1             0           1
          1             0           0
          1             0           1
          1             0           1
          1             1           1
          1             0           1
          1             0           1
          1             0           1
          1             0           1
          0             0           1
          1             0           1
          1             0           1
          1             0           1
          1             0           0
          1             0           1
1   0   1
1   0   0
1   0   1
1   0   0
1   0   1
1   0   1
1   0   1
1   0   1
1   0   1
1   0   1
0   0   1
1   0   1
1   0   1
1   0   1
1   0   1
1   0   1
1   0   1
1   0   1
1   0   1
1   0   0
1   0   1
1   0   0
1   0   1
1   0   1
1   0   0
0   0   0
0   0   0
0   0   0
0   0   0
1   0   1
1   0   0
1   0   1
1   0   0
0   0   1
1   0   1
1   0   1
1   0   1
1   0   0
1   0   0
1   0   1
0   0   1
1   0   0
0   0   1
1   0   1
Birth                        (Multiple Items)
Love                         (Multiple Items)
                                                                            3              4              5
Row Labels                   Max of Stage           Max of Age    Stage 3       Stage 4        Stage 5
Adolfo Pérez Esquivel                           4            49                           49
Al Gore                                         4            59                           59
Albert Gobat                                    6            63
Albert Lutuli                                   4            63                           63
Albert Schweitzer                               7            79
Alfonso García Robles                           4            71                           71
Alva Myrdal                                     4            80                           80
Andrei Sakharov                                 6            54
Anwar al-Sadat                                  6            60
Aristide Briand                                 4            64                           64
Arthur Henderson                                4            71                           71
Austen Chamberlain                              4            63                           63
Barack H. Obama                                 4            48                           48
Bertha von Suttner                              6            62
Betty Williams                                  4            34                           34
Boyd Orr                                        5            68                                          68
Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo                      4            48                           48
Carlos Saavedra Lamas                           5            53                                          53
Christian Lange                                 4            52                           52
Cordell Hull                                    6            74
David Trimble                                   4            54                           54
Desmond Tutu                                    4            53                           53
Eisaku Sato                                     4            73                           73
Élie Ducommun                                   5            73                                          73
Elie Wiesel                                     6            58
Elihu Root                                      6            68
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf                           5            73                                          73
Emily Greene Balch                              6            81
Ernesto Teodoro Moneta                          5            75                                          75
F.W. de Klerk                                   4            57                           57
Ferdinand Buisson                               4            86                           86
Frank B. Kellogg                                4            72                           72
Fredrik Bajer                                   4            72                           72
Fridtjof Nansen                                 5            61                                          61
George C. Marshall                              4            72                           72
Georges Pire                                    5            48                                          48
Gustav Stresemann                               4            49                           49
Henry Kissinger                                 4            50                           50
Hjalmar Branting                                4            61                           61
Jimmy Carter                                    5            78                                          78
Jody Williams                                   4            47                           47
John Hume                                       4            61                           61
John R. Mott                                    5            81                                          81
José Ramos-Horta         4   47   47
Joseph Rotblat           4   87   87
Kim Dae-jung             6   75
Klas Pontus Arnoldson    6   64
Kofi Annan               5   63        63
Lech Walesa              4   40   40
Léon Bourgeois           6   71
Léon Jouhaux             4   72   72
Lester Bowles Pearson    4   60   60
Leymah Gbowee            4   39   39
Linus Pauling            6   62
Liu Xiaobo               5   54        54
Louis Renault            4   64   64
Ludwig Quidde            5   69        69
Martin Luther King Jr.   4   35   35
Martti Ahtisaari         4   71   71
Menachem Begin           4   65   65
Mikhail Gorbachev        4   60   60
Mohamed ElBaradei        6   63
Mother Teresa            4   69   69
Muhammad Yunus           5   66        66
Nathan Söderblom         4   64   64
Nelson Mandela           4   75   75
Nicholas Murray Butler   4   69   69
Norman Angell            5   62        62
Norman Borlaug           5   56        56
Oscar Arias Sánchez      4   46   46
Philip Noel-Baker        4   70   70
Ralph Bunche             5   46        46
Randal Cremer            4   76   76
René Cassin              4   81   81
Rigoberta Menchú Tum     4   33   33
Robert Cecil             4   73   73
Seán MacBride            4   70   70
Shimon Peres             4   71   71
Shirin Ebadi             4   56   56
Tawakkol Karman          5   32
Tenzin Gyatso            6   54
Theodore Roosevelt       4   51   51
Wangari Maathai          4   64   64
Willy Brandt             4   58   58
Woodrow Wilson           6   63
Yasser Arafat            4   65   65
Yitzhak Rabin            4   72   72
Grand Total              7   87
           6              7
Stage 6        Stage 7


          63                  Albert Gobat

                         79   Albert Schweitzer


          54                  Andrei Sakharov                             All                 Stage 4        Stage 5
          60                  Anwar al-Sadat                     MIN             32                 33                        46
                                                                 STDEV          12.2               13.0                      10.6
                                                                 MEDIAN          63                63.5                      64.5
                                                                 MAX             87                 87                        81

          62                  Bertha von Suttner                 MIN                 32                 33                    46
                                                                 MINUS               57                 57                    59
                                                                 MEDIAN              63                 64                    65
                                                                 PLUS                69                 70                    70
                                                                 MAX                 87                 87                    81

          74                  Cordell Hull                                All                 Role-PlayerStatesperson
                                                                 MIN                 32               33         46
                                                                 MINUS               25               24         13
                                                                 MEDIAN               6                7          5
                                                                 PLUS                 6                7          5
          58                  Elie Wiesel                        MAX                 18               17         11
          68                  Elihu Root
                                             Nobel Peace Age versus Stage *
          81                  Emily Greene Balch
                                                           100
                                                            90
                                                            80
                                                            70
                                             Age (years)




                                                            60
                                                            50
                                                            40
                                                            30
                                                            20
                                                            10
                                                             0
                                                                 All




                                                                                Role-Player




                                                                                                              Statesperson
                                       Statesperso
                                Role
75   Kim Dae-jung
64   Klas Pontus Arnoldson


71   Léon Bourgeois




62   Linus Pauling




63   Mohamed ElBaradei




     EXCLUDING TAWKKOL KARMAN
54   Tenzin Gyatso




63   Woodrow Wilson
                         30   40   50   60   70   80
                               4
                                    4
                                         6
                                         4
                                              7
                                              4
                                                   4
Stage 6                             6
          54                             6
          7.7                            4
          63                                  4
          81                             4
                               4
           54                            6
           59             4
           63                            5
           67                  4
           81                       5
                                    4
Humanitarian                                  6
      54                            4
        5                           4
        4                                     4
        4                                     5
      14                            6
                                         6
                                              5
                                                   6
                                              5
                                    4
                                                   4
                                              4
                                              4
                                         5
                                              4
                               5
                               4
                                    4
                                         4
                                              5
          Humanitarian




                               4
                                         4
                                                   5
Humanitaria
                  4
                                  4
                              6
                          6
                          5
                  4
                              6
                              4
                          4
              4
                          6
                      5
                          4
                          5
              4
                              4
                          4
                          4
                          6
                          4
                          5
                          4
                              4
                          4
                          5
                      5
                  4
                              4
                  5
                              4
                                  4
              4
                              4
                              4
                              4
                      4
              5
                      6
                      4
                          4
                      4
                          6
                          4
                              4
          All             30s         40s         50s         60s         70s         80s
MIN                   4           4           4           4           4           4           4
STDEV               0.8         0.4         0.4         0.8         0.9         0.9         0.8
MEDIAN                4           4           4           4         4.5           4           4
MAX                   7           5           5           6           6           7           6

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         Nobel Peace Scatter of Age versus Stage
         100

          80

          60

          40

          20

           0
                3                     4                 5                   6                 7
           Max
Max of Stage of Age              Max
                      Max of Stage of Age
         4      49             4      33
         4      59             4      34
         6      63             4      35
         4      63             4      39
         7      79             4      40
         4      71             4      46
         4      80             4      47
         6      54             4      47
         6      60             4      48
         4      64             4      48
         4      71             4      49
         4      63             4      49
         4      48             4      50
         6      62             4      51
         4      34             4      52
         5      68             4      53
         4      48             4      54
         5      53             4      56
         4      52             4      57
         6      74             4      58
         4      54             4      59
         4      53             4      60
         4      73             4      60
         5      73             4      61
         6      58             4      61
         6      68             4      63
         5      73             4      63
         6      81             4      64
         5      75             4      64
         4      57             4      64
         4      86             4      64
         4      72             4      65
         4      72             4      65
         5      61             4      69
         4      72             4      69
         5      48             4      70
         4      49             4      70
         4      50             4      71
         4      61             4      71
         5      78             4      71
         4      47             4      71
         4      61             4      72
         5      81             4      72
4   47   4   72
4   87   4   72
6   75   4   72
6   64   4   73
5   63   4   73
4   40   4   75
6   71   4   76
4   72   4   80
4   60   4   81
4   39   4   86
6   62   4   87
5   54   5   32
4   64   5   46
5   69   5   48
4   35   5   53
4   71   5   54
4   65   5   56
4   60   5   61
6   63   5   62
4   69   5   63
5   66   5   66
4   64   5   68
4   75   5   69
4   69   5   73
5   62   5   73
5   56   5   75
4   46   5   78
4   70   5   81
5   46   6   54
4   76   6   54
4   81   6   58
4   33   6   60
4   73   6   62
4   70   6   62
4   71   6   63
4   56   6   63
5   32   6   63
6   54   6   64
4   51   6   68
4   64   6   71
4   58   6   74
6   63   6   75
4   65   6   81
4   72   7   79
President                Year   2 + 3 + 4   + 5 + 6   Year   2.0 2.5   3.0 3.5   4.0   4.5   5.0
George Washington        1789           4             1789                         4
George Washington        1793           4             1793                         4
John Adams               1797           4   +         1797                         4   4.5
Thomas Jefferson         1801           4   +   5 +   1801                         4   4.5    5
Thomas Jefferson         1805         + 4   +   5 +   1805                 3.5     4   4.5    5
James Madison            1809           4   +   5     1809                         4   4.5    5
James Madison            1813           4   +   5     1813                         4   4.5    5
James Monroe             1817           4   +   5     1817                         4   4.5    5
James Monroe             1821                   5     1821                                    5
John Quincy Adams        1825          4              1825                        4
Andrew Jackson           1829      3 + 4              1829              3 3.5     4
Andrew Jackson           1833        + 4              1833                3.5     4
Martin Van Buren         1837      3                  1837              3
William Henry Harrison   1841        + 4 +            1841                3.5     4 4.5
James K. Polk            1845        + 4              1845                3.5     4
Zachary Taylor           1849          4              1849                        4
Franklin Pierce          1853      3 + 4              1853              3 3.5     4
James Buchanan           1857    + 3 +                1857       2.5    3 3.5
Abraham Lincoln          1861      3 + 4 +            1861              3 3.5     4 4.5
Abraham Lincoln          1865               5 +       1865                                    5
Ulysses S. Grant         1869           4 + 5         1869                        4 4.5       5
Ulysses S. Grant         1873             + 5 +       1873                          4.5       5
Rutherford B. Hayes      1877       3 + 4             1877              3 3.5     4
James Garfield           1881       3                 1881              3
Grover Cleveland         1885   2 + 3                 1885    2 2.5     3
Benjamin Harrison        1889   2 + 3                 1889    2 2.5     3
Grover Cleveland         1893       3                 1893              3
William McKinley         1897           4             1897                        4
William McKinley         1901           4             1901                        4
Theodore Roosevelt       1905       3                 1905              3
William Howard Taft      1909       3 + 4             1909              3 3.5     4
Woodrow Wilson           1913           4 + 5         1913                        4 4.5       5
Woodrow Wilson           1917               5 + 6     1917                                    5
Warren G. Harding        1921           4             1921                        4
Calvin Coolidge          1925       3                 1925              3
Herbert Hoover           1929       3 + 4             1929              3 3.5     4
Franklin D. Roosevelt    1933   2                     1933    2
Franklin D. Roosevelt    1937   2 + 3                 1937    2 2.5     3
Franklin D. Roosevelt    1941       3 +               1941              3 3.5
Franklin D. Roosevelt    1945       3                 1945              3
Harry S. Truman          1949             + 5 + 6     1949                             4.5    5
Dwight D. Eisenhower     1953             + 5 + 6     1953                             4.5    5
Dwight D. Eisenhower     1957         +     5 + 6     1957                 3.5                5
John F. Kennedy          1961           4             1961                        4
Lyndon B. Johnson        1965       3 + 4             1965              3 3.5     4
Richard M. Nixon         1969       3 +               1969              3 3.5
Richard M. Nixon     1973     3 +           1973           3 3.5
James Carter         1977             5     1977                               5
Ronald Reagan        1981     3             1981           3
Ronald Reagan        1985     3 + 4         1985           3 3.5     4
George H. W. Bush    1989     3 + 4         1989           3 3.5     4
William J. Clinton   1993             5     1993                               5
William J. Clinton   1997             5 +   1997                               5
George W. Bush       2001 2 + 3             2001   2 2.5    3
George W. Bush       2005     3             2005            3
Barack Obama         2009     3 + 4         2009            3 3.5    4
                                                   5   5   26 19    29   13   17
5.5   6.0   Year Max Min Median
            1789    4   4       4    US Presidential Inaugural Speeches
            1793    4   4       4
            1797  4.5   4    4.25    6.87
5.5         1801  5.5   4    4.75
                                     5.90
5.5         1805  5.5 3.5     4.5
            1809    5   4     4.5    4.92
            1813    5   4     4.5
                                     3.95
            1817    5   4     4.5
            1821    5   5       5    2.97
            1825    4   4       4
                                     2.00
            1829    4   3     3.5
            1833    4 3.5    3.75    1.02




                                                                        1837




                                                                                                                         1921
                                            1789
                                                   1801
                                                          1813
                                                                 1825


                                                                               1849
                                                                                      1861
                                                                                             1873
                                                                                                    1885
                                                                                                           1897
                                                                                                                  1909


                                                                                                                                1933
            1837    3   3       3
            1841  4.5 3.5       4
            1845    4 3.5    3.75
            1849    4   4       4
            1853    4   3     3.5
            1857  3.5 2.5       3
            1861  4.5   3    3.75
5.5         1865  5.5   5    5.25
            1869    5   4     4.5   CHART US Presidents
5.5         1873  5.5 4.5       5   Maximum       6.0000
            1877    4   3     3.5   Plus 3        6.8402
            1881    3   3       3   Average       3.9370
            1885    3   2     2.5                 0.9677
                                    Standard Deviation
            1889    3   2     2.5   Minus 3       1.0339
            1893    3   3       3   Minimum       2.0000
            1897    4   4       4
            1901    4   4       4
            1905    3   3       3   VALUES US Presidents
            1909    4   3     3.5   Minimum   2.0000
            1913    5   4     4.5   Minus     3.4531
5.5    6    1917    6   5     5.5   Average   3.9370
            1921    4   4       4   Plus      4.4209
            1925    3   3       3   Maximum   6.0000
            1929    4   3     3.5
            1933    2   2       2
            1937    3   2     2.5
            1941  3.5   3    3.25
            1945    3   3       3   STACKEDUS Presidents
5.5    6    1949    6 4.5    5.25   Minimum   2.0000
5.5    6    1953    6 4.5    5.25   Minus     1.4531
5.5    6    1957    6 3.5    5.25   Median    0.4839
            1961    4   4       4   Plus      0.4839
            1965    4   3     3.5   Maximum   1.5791
            1969  3.5   3    3.25
          1973   3.5   3   3.25
          1977     5   5      5
          1981     3   3      3
          1985     4   3    3.5
          1989     4   3    3.5
          1993     5   5      5
5.5       1997   5.5   5   5.25
          2001     3   2    2.5
          2005     3   3      3
          2009     4   3    3.5
 9    4
                                                 President                MAX       AGE
                                                 George Washington              4         57
                                                 George Washington              4         61
                                                 John Adams                     4         61
                                                 Thomas Jefferson               5         57
                                                 Thomas Jefferson               5         61
                                                 James Madison                  5         57
                                                 James Madison                  5         61
                                                 James Monroe                   5         58
                                                 James Monroe                   5         62
                                                 John Quincy Adams              4         57
                                                 Andrew Jackson                 4         61
                                                 Andrew Jackson                 4         65
1933
       1945
              1957
                     1969
                            1981
                                   1993
                                          2005




                                                 Martin Van Buren               3         54
                                                 William Henry Harrison         4         68
                                                 James K. Polk                  4         49
                                                 Zachary Taylor                 4         60
                                                 Franklin Pierce                4         48
                                                 James Buchanan                 3         65
                                                 Abraham Lincoln                4         52
                                                 Abraham Lincoln                5         56
                                                 Ulysses S. Grant               5         46
                                                 Ulysses S. Grant               5         50
                                                 Rutherford B. Hayes            4         54
                                                 James Garfield                 3         49
                                                 Grover Cleveland               3         47
                                                 Benjamin Harrison              3         55
                                                 Grover Cleveland               3         55
                                                 William McKinley               4         54
                                                 William McKinley               4         58
                                                 Theodore Roosevelt             3         46
                                                 William Howard Taft            4         51
                                                 Woodrow Wilson                 5         56
                                                 Woodrow Wilson                 6         60
                                                 Warren G. Harding              4         55
                                                 Calvin Coolidge                3         52
                                                 Herbert Hoover                 4         54
                                                 Franklin D. Roosevelt          2         51
                                                 Franklin D. Roosevelt          3         54
                                                 Franklin D. Roosevelt          3         58
                                                 Franklin D. Roosevelt          3         62
                                                 Harry S. Truman                6         64
                                                 Dwight D. Eisenhower           6         62
                                                 Dwight D. Eisenhower           6         66
                                                 John F. Kennedy                4         43
                                                 Lyndon B. Johnson              4         56
                                                 Richard M. Nixon               3         56
Richard M. Nixon     3   60
James Carter         5   52
Ronald Reagan        3   70
Ronald Reagan        4   74
George H. W. Bush    4   64
William J. Clinton   5   46
William J. Clinton   5   50
George W. Bush       3   54
George W. Bush       3   58
Barack Obama         4   47
Birthday       Inaguration    TWO                     CHANGED    3    4    5    6
22Feb1732      30Apr1789                                             57
22Feb1732      4Mar1793       George Washington                      61
30Oct1735      4Mar1797                                              61
13Apr1743      4Mar1801                                                   57
13Apr1743      4Mar1805       Thomas Jefferson                            61
6Mar1751       4Mar1809                                                   57
6Mar1751       4Mar1813       James Madison                               61
28Apr1758      4Mar1817                                                   58
28Apr1758      5Mar1821       James Monroe                                62
1Jul1767       4Mar1825                                              57
5Mar1767       4Mar1829                                              61
5Mar1767       4Mar1833       Andrew Jackson                         65
5Dec1782       4Mar1837                                         54
9Feb1773       4Mar1841                                              68
2Nov1795       4Mar1845                                              49
24Nov1784      5Mar1845                                              60
23Nov1804      4Mar1853                                              48
23Apr1791      4Mar1857                                         65
12Feb1809      4Mar1861                                              52
12Feb1809      4Mar1865       Abraham Lincoln         4 to 5              56
27Apr1822      4Mar1869                                                   46
27Apr1822      4Mar1873       Ulysses S. Grant                            50
4Oct1822       5Mar1877                                              54
19Nov1831      4Mar1881                                         49
18Mar1837      4Mar1885                                         47
20Aug1833      4Mar1889                                         55
18Mar1837      4Mar1893                                         55
29Jan1843      4Mar1897                                              54
29Jan1843          4-Mar-01   William McKinley                       58
27Oct1858          4-Mar-05                                     46
15Sep1857          4-Mar-09                                          51
28Dec1856          4-Mar-13                                               56
28Dec1856          4-Mar-17   Woodrow Wilson          5 to 6                   60
2Nov1865           4-Mar-21                                          55
4Jul1872           4-Mar-25                                     52
10Aug1874          4-Mar-29                                          54
30Jan1882          4-Mar-33
30Jan1882         20-Jan-37   Franklin D. Roosevelt   2 to 3    54
30Jan1882         20-Jan-41   Franklin D. Roosevelt             58
30Jan1882         20-Jan-45   Franklin D. Roosevelt             62
8May1884          20-Jan-49                                                    64
14Oct1890         20-Jan-53                                                    62
14Oct1890         21-Jan-57   Dwight D. Eisenhower                             66
 29-May-17        20-Jan-61                                          43
  27-Aug-08       20-Jan-65                                          56
    9-Jan-13      20-Jan-69                                     56
 9-Jan-13    20-Jan-73   Richard M. Nixon              60
 1-Oct-24    20-Jan-77                                           52
 6-Feb-11    20-Jan-81                                 70
 6-Feb-11    21-Jan-85   Ronald Reagan        3 to 4        74
12-Jun-24    20-Jan-89                                      64
19-Aug-46    20-Jan-93                                           46
19-Aug-46    20-Jan-97   William J. Clinton                      50
  6-Jul-46   20-Jan-01                                 54
  6-Jul-46   20-Jan-05   George W. Bush                58
 4-Aug-61    20-Jan-09                                      47
         ALL            Team-Player Role-Player Statesperson Humanitarian
MIN                43              46          43           46           60
STDEV            6.52            6.31        7.28         5.48         2.58
MEDIAN             56              55        56.5           56           63
MAX                74              70          74           62           66

MIN                43                        46               43                     46                     60
MINUS           52.74                     51.85            52.86                  53.26                  61.71
MEDIAN             56                        55             56.5                     56                     63
PLUS            59.26                     58.15            60.14                  58.74                  64.29
MAX                74                        70               74                     62                     66

         ALL            Team-Player Role-Player Statesperson Humanitarian
MIN                43              46          43           46           60
MINUS            9.74            5.85        9.86         7.26         1.71
MEDIAN           3.26            3.15        3.64         2.74         1.29
PLUS             3.26            3.15        3.64         2.74         1.29
MAX             14.74           11.85       13.86         3.26         1.71


USA Presidents Age versus Stage *
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                                            Statesperso
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                                 Role
USA Presidents Scatter of Age
80
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40
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     0    1       2          3          4     5           6                 7
Woodrow Wilson
Harry S. Truman
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Row Labels    Max of Max       Year          Nobels       Presidents Average
1901                       6          1901            6            4       5.0
1905                       6          1905            6            3       4.5
1909                       6          1909            6            4       5.0
1913                       4          1913            4            5       4.5
1917                       6          1917            6            6       6.0
1921                       5          1921            5            4       4.5
1925                       5          1925            5            3       4.0
1929                       4          1929            4            4       4.0
1933                       5          1933            5            2       3.5
1937                       4          1937            4            3       3.5
1941                       4          1941            4          3.5       3.8
1945                       6          1945            6            3       4.5
1949                       7          1949            7            6       6.5
1953                       4          1953            4            6       5.0
1957                       5          1957            5            6       5.5
1961                       6          1961            6            4       5.0
1965                       5          1965            5            4       4.5
1969                       5          1969            5          3.5       4.3
1973                       6          1973            6          3.5       4.8
1977                       6          1977            6            5       5.5
1981                       4          1981            4            3       3.5
1985                       6          1985            6            4       5.0
1989                       6          1989            6            4       5.0
1993                       4          1993            4            5       4.5
1997                       6          1997            6          5.5       5.8
2001                       5          2001            5            3       4.0
2005                       6          2005            6            3       4.5
2009                       5          2009            5            4       4.5
(blank)                    0
Grand Total                7
Compare Max Values in 4-Year Intervals
8
7
6
5
                                                                                                      Nobels
4
3                                                                                                     Presidents

2                                                                                                     Average
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                                       1941
    1901
           1909
                  1917
                         1925
                                1933


                                              1949
                                                     1957
                                                            1965
                                                                   1973
                                                                          1981
                                                                                 1989
                                                                                        1997
                                                                                               2005
SAVE THE CHART UP TO 1998 FOR "SOCIAL MATURITY FOR PROJECT MANAGERS"

 Compare Max Values in 4-Year Intervals
  8
  7
  6
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                                                                                                 Nobels
  4
  3                                                                                              Presidents

  2                                                                                              Average
  1
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                    1917




                                                                            1981
      1901
             1909


                           1925
                                  1933
                                         1941
                                                1949
                                                       1957
                                                              1965
                                                                     1973


                                                                                   1989
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NOTE THAT SOME DATA WAS UPDATED SO THIS CHART CHANGED SLIGHTLY
MANAGERS"




    Nobels
    Presidents
    Average
Row Labels                           Max of 1 Teacher       Max of 2 Judge
Adolfo Pérez Esquivel                                   4                    4
Al Gore                                                 4                    0
Albert Gobat                                            4                    5
Albert Lutuli                                           4                    3
Albert Schweitzer                                       6                    5
Alfonso García Robles                                   4                    4
Alfred Fried                                            0                    0
Alva Myrdal                                             0                    4
American Friends Service Committee                      4                    4
Amnesty International                                   4                    5
Andrei Sakharov                                         4                    5
Anwar al-Sadat                                          6                    5
Aristide Briand                                         0                    0
Arthur Henderson                                        4                    4
Auguste Beernaert                                       0                    0
Aung San Suu Kyi                                        0                    0
Austen Chamberlain                                      0                    0
Barack H. Obama                                         4                    4
Bertha von Suttner                                      6                    5
Betty Williams                                          4                    4
Boyd Orr                                                4                    4
Carl von Ossietzky                                      0                    0
Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo                              4                    0
Carlos Saavedra Lamas                                   4                    5
Charles G. Dawes                                        0                    0
Christian Lange                                         4                    3
Cordell Hull                                            4                    5
Dag Hammarskjöld                                        0                    0
David Trimble                                           4                    4
Desmond Tutu                                            4                    4
Eisaku Sato                                             4                    3
Élie Ducommun                                           4                    5
Elie Wiesel                                             6                    4
Elihu Root                                              4                    5
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf                                   5                    5
Emily Greene Balch                                      4                    5
Ernesto Teodoro Moneta                                  4                    5
F.W. de Klerk                                           4                    4
Ferdinand Buisson                                       4                    4
Frank B. Kellogg                                        4                    4
Frédéric Passy                                          0                    0
Fredrik Bajer                                           4                    3
Fridtjof Nansen                                         4                    5
Friends Service Council                                 4                    5
George C. Marshall                          4   4
Georges Pire                                4   5
Grameen Bank                                0   0
Gustav Stresemann                           4   3
Henri La Fontaine                           0   0
Henry Dunant                                0   0
Henry Kissinger                             4   3
Hjalmar Branting                            4   3
Institute of International Law              0   0
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change   4   0
International Atomic Energy Agency          0   0
International Campaign to Ban Landmines     4   4
International Committee of the Red Cross    4   4
International Labour Organization           4   3
Jane Addams                                 0   0
Jimmy Carter                                4   5
Jody Williams                               4   3
John Hume                                   4   0
John R. Mott                                4   5
José Ramos-Horta                            4   0
Joseph Rotblat                              4   4
Kim Dae-jung                                6   5
Klas Pontus Arnoldson                       6   5
Kofi Annan                                  5   5
Le Duc Tho                                  0   0
League of Red Cross Societies               4   5
Lech Walesa                                 4   4
Léon Bourgeois                              6   5
Léon Jouhaux                                4   4
Lester Bowles Pearson                       4   3
Leymah Gbowee                               4   4
Linus Pauling                               6   5
Liu Xiaobo                                  5   0
Louis Renault                               4   3
Ludwig Quidde                               4   5
Mairead Corrigan                            0   0
Martin Luther King Jr.                      4   4
Martti Ahtisaari                            4   4
Médecins Sans Frontières                    5   5
Menachem Begin                              4   4
Mikhail Gorbachev                           4   4
Mohamed ElBaradei                           4   5
Mother Teresa                               4   4
Muhammad Yunus                              4   4
Nansen International Office for Refugees    4   3
Nathan Söderblom                            4   4
Nelson Mandela                              4   4
Nicholas Murray Butler                                        4   0
Norman Angell                                                 4   5
Norman Borlaug                                                4   4
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees   4   3
Oscar Arias Sánchez                                           4   4
Paul Henri d'Estournelles de Constant                         0   0
Permanent International Peace Bureau                          0   0
Philip Noel-Baker                                             4   3
Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs              4   4
Ralph Bunche                                                  4   5
Randal Cremer                                                 4   3
René Cassin                                                   4   4
Rigoberta Menchú Tum                                          4   4
Robert Cecil                                                  4   3
Seán MacBride                                                 4   3
Shimon Peres                                                  4   4
Shirin Ebadi                                                  4   0
Tawakkol Karman                                               4   5
Tenzin Gyatso                                                 6   5
Theodore Roosevelt                                            4   3
Tobias Asser                                                  0   0
United Nations                                                0   0
United Nations Children's Fund                                4   5
United Nations Peacekeeping Forces                            4   5
Wangari Maathai                                               4   3
Willy Brandt                                                  4   0
Woodrow Wilson                                                4   5
Yasser Arafat                                                 4   4
Yitzhak Rabin                                                 4   4
Bernard Lown                                                  4   4
Yevgeny Chazov                                                4   5
Grand Total                                                   6   5
Max of 3 Antagonist       Max of 4 Oppressor       Max of 5 Skeptic       Max of 6 Servant       Max of 7 Enabler
                      0                        0                      4                      4                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      3                      0
                      0                        3                      0                      4                      0
                      0                        3                      3                      3                      0
                      0                        0                      3                      4                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      0                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      0                      0
                      0                        3                      3                      4                      0
                      0                        0                      3                      4                      3
                      0                        0                      5                      5                      0
                      0                        3                      4                      4                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      4                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      0                      0
                      0                        3                      0                      4                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      0                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      0                      0
                      0                        0                      4                      0                      0
                      0                        3                      4                      3                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      3                      0
                      0                        0                      4                      4                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      5                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      0                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      0                      0
                      0                        3                      0                      4                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      0                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      3                      0
                      0                        0                      4                      3                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      0                      0
                      0                        0                      4                      0                      0
                      0                        3                      4                      4                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      3                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      0                      0
                      0                        3                      5                      5                      0
                      0                        3                      3                      4                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      4                      0
                      0                        3                      5                      5                      0
                      0                        3                      3                      4                      0
                      0                        3                      0                      3                      0
                      0                        3                      4                      4                      0
                      0                        3                      4                      3                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      0                      0
                      0                        0                      0                      3                      0
                      0                        0                      3                      5                      0
                      0                        0                      4                      3                      0
0   0   4   4   0
0   0   4   4   0
0   0   0   0   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   0   0   0   0
0   0   0   0   0
0   0   4   4   0
0   3   4   4   0
0   0   0   0   0
0   0   0   0   0
0   0   0   0   0
0   0   4   3   0
0   0   4   3   3
0   0   0   3   0
0   0   0   0   0
0   0   5   4   0
0   0   0   0   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   0   0   0   0
0   0   3   4   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   0   0   5   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   0   0   0   0
0   0   3   4   0
0   0   4   4   0
0   3   4   5   0
0   3   0   4   3
0   3   4   4   0
0   0   0   0   0
0   0   3   4   0
0   0   0   0   0
0   3   0   3   0
0   3   4   4   0
0   0   0   0   0
0   3   4   4   0
0   0   4   4   0
0   0   0   5   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   0   3   5   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   0   5   5   0
0   3   4   3   3
0   0   0   4   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   3   4   4   0
0   0   4   5   0
0   3   4   3   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   0   0   0   0
0   0   0   0   0
0   3   4   0   0
0   0   4   0   0
0   3   4   4   0
0   0   0   4   4
0   0   4   4   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   3   0   4   0
0   0   4   4   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   0   0   0   0
0   3   0   5   0
0   0   4   5   0
0   3   3   4   4
0   0   0   0   0
0   0   0   0   0
0   0   3   3   0
0   3   3   4   0
0   0   0   3   0
0   0   4   4   0
0   0   0   0   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   0   0   4   0
0   0   4   4   0
0   0   5   5   0
0   3   5   5   4
Max of 8 Benefactor       Recipient
                      4   Adolfo Pérez Esquivel
                      0   Al Gore
                      6   Albert Gobat
                      3   Albert Lutuli
                      7   Albert Schweitzer
                      4   Alfonso García Robles
                      0   Alfred Fried
                      4   Alva Myrdal
                      4   American Friends Service Committee
                      6   Amnesty International
                      6   Andrei Sakharov
                      6   Anwar al-Sadat
                      4   Aristide Briand
                      3   Arthur Henderson
                      0   Auguste Beernaert
                      0   Aung San Suu Kyi
                      4   Austen Chamberlain
                      4   Barack H. Obama
                      6   Bertha von Suttner
                      4   Betty Williams
                      5   Boyd Orr
                      0   Carl von Ossietzky
                      0   Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo
                      5   Carlos Saavedra Lamas
                      0   Charles G. Dawes
                      3   Christian Lange
                      6   Cordell Hull
                      0   Dag Hammarskjöld
                      0   David Trimble
                      4   Desmond Tutu
                      4   Eisaku Sato
                      0   Élie Ducommun
                      6   Elie Wiesel
                      6   Elihu Root
                      0   Ellen Johnson Sirleaf
                      6   Emily Greene Balch
                      5   Ernesto Teodoro Moneta
                      0   F.W. de Klerk
                      4   Ferdinand Buisson
                      4   Frank B. Kellogg
                      0   Frédéric Passy
                      0   Fredrik Bajer
                      5   Fridtjof Nansen
                      6   Friends Service Council
4   George C. Marshall
5   Georges Pire
0   Grameen Bank
3   Gustav Stresemann
0   Henri La Fontaine
0   Henry Dunant
0   Henry Kissinger
3   Hjalmar Branting
0   Institute of International Law
0   Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
0   International Atomic Energy Agency
4   International Campaign to Ban Landmines
3   International Committee of the Red Cross
3   International Labour Organization
0   Jane Addams
0   Jimmy Carter
0   Jody Williams
4   John Hume
0   John R. Mott
0   José Ramos-Horta
0   Joseph Rotblat
0   Kim Dae-jung
5   Klas Pontus Arnoldson
4   Kofi Annan
0   Le Duc Tho
4   League of Red Cross Societies
4   Lech Walesa
5   Léon Bourgeois
4   Léon Jouhaux
3   Lester Bowles Pearson
4   Leymah Gbowee
5   Linus Pauling
5   Liu Xiaobo
0   Louis Renault
5   Ludwig Quidde
0   Mairead Corrigan
4   Martin Luther King Jr.
0   Martti Ahtisaari
5   Médecins Sans Frontières
4   Menachem Begin
4   Mikhail Gorbachev
6   Mohamed ElBaradei
4   Mother Teresa
5   Muhammad Yunus
4   Nansen International Office for Refugees
3   Nathan Söderblom
4   Nelson Mandela
0   Nicholas Murray Butler
5   Norman Angell
5   Norman Borlaug
4   Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
4   Oscar Arias Sánchez
0   Paul Henri d'Estournelles de Constant
0   Permanent International Peace Bureau
4   Philip Noel-Baker
4   Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs
5   Ralph Bunche
4   Randal Cremer
0   René Cassin
4   Rigoberta Menchú Tum
4   Robert Cecil
0   Seán MacBride
0   Shimon Peres
4   Shirin Ebadi
5   Tawakkol Karman
6   Tenzin Gyatso
4   Theodore Roosevelt
0   Tobias Asser
0   United Nations
5   United Nations Children's Fund
5   United Nations Peacekeeping Forces
3   Wangari Maathai
4   Willy Brandt
6   Woodrow Wilson
3   Yasser Arafat
4   Yitzhak Rabin
4   Bernard Lown
0   Yevgeny Chazov
7   Overall Average
1 Teacher 2 Judge                  4         5
                        3 Antagonist Oppressor Skeptic     6 Servant 7 Enabler 8 Benefactor
        4           4                                    4          4                   4
        4                                                           3
        4           5                      3                        4                   6
        4           3                      3             3          3                   3
        6           5                                    3          4                   7
        4           4                                                                   4

                    4                      3             3         4                   4
        4           4                                    3         4         3         4
        4           5                                    5         5                   6
        4           5                      3             4         4                   6
        6           5                                              4                   6
                                                                                       4
        4           4                      3                       4                   3
                                                                                              7 Enabler


                                                         4                             4
        4           4                      3             4         3                   4
        6           5                                              3                   6
        4           4                                    4         4                   4
        4           4                                              5                   5

        4
        4           5                      3                       4                   5

        4           3                                              3                   3
        4           5                                    4         3                   6

        4           4                                    4
        4           4                      3             4         4                   4
        4           3                                              3                   4
        4           5
        6           4                      3             5         5                   6
        4           5                      3             3         4                   6
        5           5                                              4
        4           5                      3             5         5                   6
        4           5                      3             3         4                   5
        4           4                      3                       3
        4           4                      3             4         4                   4
        4           4                      3             4         3                   4

        4           3                                              3
        4           5                                    3         5                   5       7 Enabler
        4           5                                    4         3                   6
4   4       4   4       4
4   5       4   4       5

4   3           4       3


4   3       4   4
4   3   3   4   4       3

4

4   4       4   3       4
4   4       4   3   3   3
4   3           3       3

4   5       5   4
4   3
4               4       4
4   5           4
4
4   4       3   4
6   5           4
6   5           5       5
5   5           4       4

4   5       3   4       4
4   4       4   4       4
6   5   3   4   5       5
4   4   3       4   3   4
4   3   3   4   4       3
4   4                   4
6   5       3   4       5
5                       5
4   3   3       3
4   5   3   4   4       5

4   4   3   4   4       4
4   4       4   4
5   5           5       5
4   4           4       4
4   4           4       4
4   5       3   5       6
4   4           4       4
4   4       5   5       5
4   3   3   4   3   3   4
4   4           4       3
4   4           4       4
 4                             4
 4     5           3     4     4           5
 4     4                 4     5           5
 4     3           3     4     3           4
 4     4                       4           4


 4     3           3     4                 4
 4     4                 4                 4
 4     5           3     4     4           5
 4     3                       4     4     4
 4     4                 4     4
 4     4                       4           4
 4     3           3           4           4
 4     3                 4     4
 4     4                       4
 4                                         4
 4     5           3           5           5
 6     5                 4     5           6
 4     3           3     3     4     4     4


  4    5                 3     3           5
  4    5           3     3     4           5
  4    3                       3           3
  4                      4     4           4
  4     5                                  6
  4     4                       4          3
  4     4                       4          4
  4     4                 4     4          4
  4     5                 5     5
4.2   4.2   0.0   3.0   3.9   3.9   3.3   4.4
 Recipient            1 Teacher 2 Judge               4          5
                                           3 Antagonist Oppressor Skeptic 6 Servant 7 Enabler 8 Benefactor
 Overall Average             4.2       4.2        0.0        3.0       3.9       3.9       3.3       4.4
 Barack H. Obama             3.9       3.9       -0.1        2.9       3.9       2.9      -0.1       3.9
 Martin Luther King Jr.      4.2       4.2        0.2        3.2       4.2       4.2       0.2       4.2

     Barack H. Obama                                                              Albert Schweitzer
     Martin Luther King Jr.                                                       Tenzin Gyatso
     Overall Average                                                              Overall Average
                      1 Teacher                                                                  1 Teacher

                          6                                                                         6
  8 Benefactor                            2 Judge                            8 Benefactor
                          4                                                                         4

                          2                                                                         2

7 Enabler                 0                    3 Antagonist               7 Enabler                 0




     6 Servant                            4 Oppressor                           6 Servant

                         5 Skeptic                                                                 5 Skeptic
 Recipient            1 Teacher 2 Judge               4          5
                                           3 Antagonist Oppressor Skeptic 6 Servant 7 Enabler 8 Benefactor
 Overall Average             4.2       4.2        0.0        3.0       3.9       3.9       3.3       4.4
 Albert Schweitzer           6.2       5.2        0.2        0.2       3.2       4.2       0.2       7.2
 Tenzin Gyatso               5.9       4.9       -0.1       -0.1       3.9       4.9      -0.1       5.9

 Recipient            1 Teacher 2 Judge               4          5
                                           3 Antagonist Oppressor Skeptic 6 Servant 7 Enabler 8 Benefactor
 Overall Average             4.2       4.2        0.0        3.0       3.9       3.9       3.3       4.4
 Anwar al-Sadat              6.2       5.2        0.2        0.2       0.2       4.2       0.2       6.2
 Menachem Begin              3.9       3.9       -0.1       -0.1      -0.1       3.9      -0.1       3.9

            Anwar al-Sadat                                                            Tawakkol Karman
            Menachem Begin                                                            Emily Greene Balch
            Overall Average                                                           Overall Average
                          1 Teacher                                                                   1 Teacher

                              6                                                                         6
   8 Benefactor                            2 Judge                              8 Benefactor
                              4                                                                         4

                              2                                                                         2

 7 Enabler                    0                  3 Antagonist                7 Enabler                  0
     6 Servant                               4 Oppressor                         6 Servant


                         5 Skeptic                                                                   5 Skeptic


Recipient          1 Teacher 2 Judge               4          5
                                        3 Antagonist Oppressor Skeptic 6 Servant 7 Enabler 8 Benefactor
Overall Average           4.2       4.2        0.0        3.0       3.9       3.9       3.3       4.4
Tawakkol Karman           3.9       4.9       -0.1        2.9      -0.1       4.9      -0.1       4.9
Emily Greene Balch        4.2       5.2        0.2        3.2       5.2       5.2       0.2       6.2

Recipient            1 Teacher 2 Judge               4          5
                                          3 Antagonist Oppressor Skeptic 6 Servant 7 Enabler 8 Benefactor
Barack H. Obama             3.8       3.8       -0.2        2.8       3.8       2.8      -0.2       3.8
Tenzin Gyatso               6.0       5.0        0.0        0.0       4.0       5.0       0.0       6.0
Tawakkol Karman             4.2       5.2        0.2        3.2       0.2       5.2       0.2       5.2




                                       1 Teacher                                        8 Benefactor

                                       6.0
                  8 Benefactor                         2 Judge
                                       4.0                                            7 Enabler
                                       2.0
                 7 Enabler             0.0                   3 Antagonist
                                                                                             6 Servant


                     6 Servant                         4 Oppressor

                                       5 Skeptic



Recipient          1 Teacher 2 Judge               4          5
                                        3 Antagonist Oppressor Skeptic 6 Servant 7 Enabler 8 Benefactor
Overall Average           4.2       4.2        0.0        3.0       3.9       3.9       3.3       4.4
Liu Xiaobo                5.0       0.0        0.0        0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       5.0
Humanitarian Stage        6.0       0.0        0.0        0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       6.0
         Liu Xiaobo
         Overall Average
         Humanitarian Stage
                                 1 Teacher

                                 6.0
         8 Benefactor                              2 Judge
                                 4.0
                 4.0

                 2.0

7 Enabler        0.0              3 Antagonist




     6 Servant               4 Oppressor


                 5 Skeptic
8 Benefactor




   1 Teacher


                  2 Judge




                       3 Antagonist




                  4 Oppressor


   5 Skeptic
8 Benefactor




8 Benefactor




ene Balch

      1 Teacher


                    2 Judge




                            3 Antagonist
                           4 Oppressor


      5 Skeptic


8 Benefactor




8 Benefactor




               1 Teacher
               6.0
                              2 Judge
               4.0
               2.0
               0.0                3 Antagonist



                              4 Oppressor

               5 Skeptic




8 Benefactor
Recipient                            1 Teacher 2 Judge       3 Antagonist
Adolfo Pérez Esquivel                        4           4
Al Gore                                      4
Albert Gobat                                 4           5
Albert Lutuli                                4           3
Albert Schweitzer                            6           5
Alfonso García Robles                        4           4
Alfred Fried
Alva Myrdal                                              4
American Friends Service Committee           4           4
Amnesty International                        4           5
Andrei Sakharov                              4           5
Anwar al-Sadat                               6           5
Aristide Briand
Arthur Henderson                             4           4
Auguste Beernaert
Aung San Suu Kyi
Austen Chamberlain
Barack H. Obama                              4           4
Bertha von Suttner                           6           5
Betty Williams                               4           4
Boyd Orr                                     4           4
Carl von Ossietzky
Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo                   4
Carlos Saavedra Lamas                        4           5
Charles G. Dawes
Christian Lange                              4           3
Cordell Hull                                 4           5
Dag Hammarskjöld
David Trimble                                4           4
Desmond Tutu                                 4           4
Eisaku Sato                                  4           3
Élie Ducommun                                4           5
Elie Wiesel                                  6           4
Elihu Root                                   4           5
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf                        5           5
Emily Greene Balch                           4           5
Ernesto Teodoro Moneta                       4           5
F.W. de Klerk                                4           4
Ferdinand Buisson                            4           4
Frank B. Kellogg                             4           4
Frédéric Passy
Fredrik Bajer                                4           3
Fridtjof Nansen                              4           5
Friends Service Council                      4           5
George C. Marshall                           4           4
Georges Pire                                 4           5
Grameen Bank
Gustav Stresemann                           4   3
Henri La Fontaine
Henry Dunant
Henry Kissinger                             4   3
Hjalmar Branting                            4   3
Institute of International Law
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change   4
International Atomic Energy Agency
International Campaign to Ban Landmines     4   4
International Committee of the Red Cross    4   4
International Labour Organization           4   3
Jane Addams
Jimmy Carter                                4   5
Jody Williams                               4   3
John Hume                                   4
John R. Mott                                4   5
José Ramos-Horta                            4
Joseph Rotblat                              4   4
Kim Dae-jung                                6   5
Klas Pontus Arnoldson                       6   5
Kofi Annan                                  5   5
Le Duc Tho
League of Red Cross Societies               4   5
Lech Walesa                                 4   4
Léon Bourgeois                              6   5
Léon Jouhaux                                4   4
Lester Bowles Pearson                       4   3
Leymah Gbowee                               4   4
Linus Pauling                               6   5
Liu Xiaobo                                  5
Louis Renault                               4   3
Ludwig Quidde                               4   5
Mairead Corrigan
Martin Luther King Jr.                      4   4
Martti Ahtisaari                            4   4
Médecins Sans Frontières                    5   5
Menachem Begin                              4   4
Mikhail Gorbachev                           4   4
Mohamed ElBaradei                           4   5
Mother Teresa                               4   4
Muhammad Yunus                              4   4
Nansen International Office for Refugees    4   3
Nathan Söderblom                            4   4
Nelson Mandela                              4   4
Nicholas Murray Butler                      4
Norman Angell                               4   5
Norman Borlaug                                                4   4
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees   4   3
Oscar Arias Sánchez                                           4   4
Paul Henri d'Estournelles de Constant
Permanent International Peace Bureau
Philip Noel-Baker                                             4   3
Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs              4   4
Ralph Bunche                                                  4   5
Randal Cremer                                                 4   3
René Cassin                                                   4   4
Rigoberta Menchú Tum                                          4   4
Robert Cecil                                                  4   3
Seán MacBride                                                 4   3
Shimon Peres                                                  4   4
Shirin Ebadi                                                  4
Tawakkol Karman                                               4   5
Tenzin Gyatso                                                 6   5
Theodore Roosevelt                                            4   3
Tobias Asser
United Nations
United Nations Children's Fund                                4   5
United Nations Peacekeeping Forces                            4   5
Wangari Maathai                                               4   3
Willy Brandt                                                  4
Woodrow Wilson                                                4   5
Yasser Arafat                                                 4   4
Yitzhak Rabin                                                 4   4
Bernard Lown                                                  4   4
Yevgeny Chazov                                                4   5
          5
4 Oppressor Skeptic     6 Servant 7 Enabler 8 Benefactor
                      4          4                   4
                                 3
        3                        4                   6
        3             3          3                   3
                      3          4                   7
                                                     4

        3             3         4                   4
                      3         4         3         4
                      5         5                   6
        3             4         4                   6
                                4                   6
                                                    4
        3                       4                   3


                      4                             4
        3             4         3                   4
                                3                   6
                      4         4                   4
                                5                   5


        3                       4                   5

                                3                   3
                      4         3                   6

                      4
        3             4         4                   4
                                3                   4

        3             5         5                   6
        3             3         4                   6
                                4
        3             5         5                   6
        3             3         4                   5
        3                       3
        3             4         4                   4
        3             4         3                   4

                                3
                      3         5                   5
                      4         3                   6
                      4         4                   4
                      4         4                   5
        4       3


    4   4
3   4   4       3




    4   3       4
    4   3   3   3
        3       3

    5   4

        4       4
        4

    3   4
        4
        5       5
        4       4

    3   4       4
    4   4       4
3   4   5       5
3       4   3   4
3   4   4       3
                4
    3   4       5
                5
3       3
3   4   4       5

3   4   4       4
    4   4
        5       5
        4       4
        4       4
    3   5       6
        4       4
    5   5       5
3   4   3   3   4
        4       3
        4       4
        4
3   4   4       5
    4   5       5
3   4   3       4
        4       4


3   4           4
    4           4
3   4   4       5
        4   4   4
    4   4
        4       4
3       4       4
    4   4
        4
                4
3       5       5
    4   5       6
3   3   4   4   4


    3   3       5
3   3   4       5
        3       3
    4   4       4
                6
        4       3
        4       4
    4   4       4
    5   5
                                               0   10   17   7   3

Row Labels                    Max of MAX       2    3    4   5   6
Abraham Lincoln                            5                 1
Andrew Jackson                             4             1
Barack Obama                               4             1
Benjamin Harrison                          3        1
Calvin Coolidge                            3        1
Dwight D. Eisenhower                       6                     1
Franklin D. Roosevelt                      3        1
Franklin Pierce                            4             1
George H. W. Bush                          4             1
George W. Bush                             3        1
George Washington                          4             1
Grover Cleveland                           3        1
Harry S. Truman                            6                     1
Herbert Hoover                             4             1
James Buchanan                             3        1
James Carter                               5                 1
James Garfield                             3        1
James K. Polk                              4             1
James Madison                              5                 1
James Monroe                               5                 1
John Adams                                 4             1
John F. Kennedy                            4             1
John Quincy Adams                          4             1
Lyndon B. Johnson                          4             1
Martin Van Buren                           3        1
Richard M. Nixon                           3        1
Ronald Reagan                              4             1
Rutherford B. Hayes                        4             1
Theodore Roosevelt                         3        1
Thomas Jefferson                           5                 1
Ulysses S. Grant                           5                 1
Warren G. Harding                          4             1
William Henry Harrison                     4             1
William Howard Taft                        4             1
William J. Clinton                         5                 1
William McKinley                           4             1
Woodrow Wilson                             6                     1
Zachary Taylor                             4
Grand Total                                6
                         37
0

7
    Abraham Lincoln




    Dwight D. Eisenhower




    Harry S. Truman


    James Carter


    James Madison
    James Monroe




    Thomas Jefferson
    Ulysses S. Grant




    William J. Clinton

    Woodrow Wilson
Book      Ch Vs Place         Stage Role
Matthew     3 15 1 Matthew 03      4 Servant
Matthew     4  4 1 Matthew 04      4 Redeemer
Matthew     4  7 1 Matthew 04      3 Judge
Matthew     4 10 1 Matthew 04      4 Redeemer
Matthew     4 17 1 Matthew 04      5 Judge
Matthew     4 19 1 Matthew 04      4 Redeemer
Matthew     5  3 1 Matthew 05      4 Redeemer
Matthew     5  4 1 Matthew 05      4 Redeemer
Matthew     5  5 1 Matthew 05      4 Redeemer
Matthew     5  6 1 Matthew 05      4 Redeemer
Matthew     5  7 1 Matthew 05      4 Redeemer
Matthew     5  8 1 Matthew 05      4 Redeemer
Matthew     5  9 1 Matthew 05      4 Redeemer
Matthew     5 10 1 Matthew 05      4 Judge
Matthew     5 11 1 Matthew 05      4 Judge
Matthew     5 12 1 Matthew 05      5 Redeemer
Matthew     5 13 1 Matthew 05      3 Judge
Matthew     5 14 1 Matthew 05      4 Redeemer
Matthew     5 15 1 Matthew 05      5 Judge
Matthew     5 16 1 Matthew 05      4 Redeemer
Matthew     5 17 1 Matthew 05      4 Servant
Matthew     5 18 1 Matthew 05      3 Judge
Matthew     5 19 1 Matthew 05      5 Judge
Matthew     5 20 1 Matthew 05      3 Judge
Matthew     5 21 1 Matthew 05      5 Judge
Matthew     5 22 1 Matthew 05      5 Judge
Matthew     5 23 1 Matthew 05      4 Redeemer
Matthew     5 24 1 Matthew 05      4 Redeemer
Matthew     5 25 1 Matthew 05      4 Judge
Matthew     5 26 1 Matthew 05      4 Judge
Matthew     5 27 1 Matthew 05      5 Judge
Matthew     5 28 1 Matthew 05      4 Judge
Matthew     5 29 1 Matthew 05      5 Judge
Matthew     5 30 1 Matthew 05      5 Judge
Matthew     5 31 1 Matthew 05      5 Judge
Matthew     5 32 1 Matthew 05      5 Judge
Matthew     5 33 1 Matthew 05      5 Judge
Matthew     5 34 1 Matthew 05      5 Judge
Matthew     5 35 1 Matthew 05      5 Judge
Matthew     5 36 1 Matthew 05      5 Judge
Matthew     5 37 1 Matthew 05      5 Judge
Matthew     5 38 1 Matthew 05      5 Judge
Matthew     5 39 1 Matthew 05      5 Judge
Matthew     5 40 1 Matthew 05      4 Redeemer
Matthew     5 41 1 Matthew 05      5 Judge
Matthew     5 42 1 Matthew 05      6 Redeemer
Matthew   5   43   1 Matthew 05   5   Judge
Matthew   5   44   1 Matthew 05   4   Judge
Matthew   5   45   1 Matthew 05   6   Redeemer
Matthew   5   46   1 Matthew 05   5   Judge
Matthew   5   47   1 Matthew 05   5   Judge
Matthew   5   48   1 Matthew 05   4   Redeemer
Matthew   6    1   1 Matthew 06   3   Judge
Matthew   6    2   1 Matthew 06   3   Judge
Matthew   6    3   1 Matthew 06   5   Judge
Matthew   6    4   1 Matthew 06   5   Judge
Matthew   6    5   1 Matthew 06   3   Judge
Matthew   6    6   1 Matthew 06   5   Judge
Matthew   6    7   1 Matthew 06   3   Judge
Matthew   6    8   1 Matthew 06   4   Redeemer
Matthew   6    9   1 Matthew 06   4   Redeemer
Matthew   6   10   1 Matthew 06   5   Redeemer
Matthew   6   11   1 Matthew 06   6   Redeemer
Matthew   6   12   1 Matthew 06   4   Redeemer
Matthew   6   13   1 Matthew 06   5   Redeemer
Matthew   6   14   1 Matthew 06   5   Judge
Matthew   6   15   1 Matthew 06   5   Judge
Matthew   6   16   1 Matthew 06   4   Redeemer
Matthew   6   17   1 Matthew 06   5   Judge
Matthew   6   18   1 Matthew 06   5   Judge
Matthew   6   19   1 Matthew 06   5   Judge
Matthew   6   20   1 Matthew 06   5   Judge
Matthew   6   21   1 Matthew 06   5   Judge
Matthew   6   22   1 Matthew 06   5   Judge
Matthew   6   23   1 Matthew 06   5   Judge
Matthew   6   24   1 Matthew 06   5   Judge
Matthew   6   25   1 Matthew 06   5   Redeemer
Matthew   6   26   1 Matthew 06   6   Redeemer
Matthew   6   27   1 Matthew 06   5   Redeemer
Matthew   6   28   1 Matthew 06   5   Redeemer
Matthew   6   29   1 Matthew 06   6   Redeemer
Matthew   6   30   1 Matthew 06   6   Redeemer
Matthew   6   31   1 Matthew 06   5   Redeemer
Matthew   6   32   1 Matthew 06   3   Judge
Matthew   6   33   1 Matthew 06   6   Redeemer
Matthew   6   34   1 Matthew 06   5   Redeemer
Matthew   7    1   1 Matthew 07   5   Judge
Matthew   7    2   1 Matthew 07   5   Judge
Matthew   7    3   1 Matthew 07   5   Judge
Matthew   7    4   1 Matthew 07   5   Judge
Matthew   7    5   1 Matthew 07   5   Judge
Matthew   7    6   1 Matthew 07   5   Judge
Matthew   7    7   1 Matthew 07   6   Redeemer
Matthew   7    8   1 Matthew 07   6   Redeemer
Matthew   7    9   1 Matthew 07   5   Judge
Matthew   7   10   1 Matthew 07   5   Judge
Matthew   7   11   1 Matthew 07   5   Redeemer
Matthew   7   12   1 Matthew 07   6   Redeemer
Matthew   7   13   1 Matthew 07   3   Judge
Matthew   7   14   1 Matthew 07   3   Judge
Matthew   7   15   1 Matthew 07   3   Judge
Matthew   7   16   1 Matthew 07   3   Judge
Matthew   7   17   1 Matthew 07   3   Judge
Matthew   7   18   1 Matthew 07   3   Judge
Matthew   7   19   1 Matthew 07   3   Judge
Matthew   7   20   1 Matthew 07   3   Judge
Matthew   7   21   1 Matthew 07   3   Judge
Matthew   7   22   1 Matthew 07   3   Judge
Matthew   7   23   1 Matthew 07   3   Judge
Matthew   7   24   1 Matthew 07   4   Redeemer
Matthew   7   25   1 Matthew 07   5   Judge
Matthew   7   26   1 Matthew 07   5   Judge
Matthew   7   27   1 Matthew 07   5   Judge
Matthew   8    3   1 Matthew 08   4   Redeemer
Matthew   8    4   1 Matthew 08   4   Redeemer
Matthew   8    7   1 Matthew 08   4   Redeemer
Matthew   8   10   1 Matthew 08   5   Redeemer
Matthew   8   11   1 Matthew 08   5   Redeemer
Matthew   8   12   1 Matthew 08   3   Judge
Matthew   8   13   1 Matthew 08   4   Redeemer
Matthew   8   20   1 Matthew 08   4   Servant
Matthew   8   22   1 Matthew 08   4   Redeemer
Matthew   8   26   1 Matthew 08   5   Redeemer
Matthew   8   32   1 Matthew 08   3   Judge
Matthew   9    2   1 Matthew 09   4   Redeemer
Matthew   9    3   1 Matthew 09   4   Teacher
Matthew   9    5   1 Matthew 09   4   Redeemer
Matthew   9    6   1 Matthew 09   4   Redeemer
Matthew   9    9   1 Matthew 09   4   Redeemer
Matthew   9   12   1 Matthew 09   5   Judge
Matthew   9   13   1 Matthew 09   3   Redeemer
Matthew   9   15   1 Matthew 09   4   Judge
Matthew   9   16   1 Matthew 09   3   Judge
Matthew   9   17   1 Matthew 09   3   Judge
Matthew   9   22   1 Matthew 09   4   Redeemer
Matthew   9   24   1 Matthew 09   4   Judge
Matthew   9   28   1 Matthew 09   5   Redeemer
Matthew   9   29   1 Matthew 09   4   Redeemer
Matthew   9   30   1 Matthew 09   4   Judge
Matthew   9   37   1 Matthew 09   4   Redeemer
Matthew    9   38   1 Matthew 09   4   Redeemer
Matthew   10    5   1 Matthew 10   3   Judge
Matthew   10    6   1 Matthew 10   4   Redeemer
Matthew   10    7   1 Matthew 10   4   Redeemer
Matthew   10    8   1 Matthew 10   4   Redeemer
Matthew   10    9   1 Matthew 10   4   Teacher
Matthew   10   10   1 Matthew 10   4   Redeemer
Matthew   10   11   1 Matthew 10   4   Redeemer
Matthew   10   12   1 Matthew 10   4   Redeemer
Matthew   10   13   1 Matthew 10   4   Judge
Matthew   10   14   1 Matthew 10   5   Judge
Matthew   10   15   1 Matthew 10   3   Judge
Matthew   10   16   1 Matthew 10   4   Judge
Matthew   10   17   1 Matthew 10   4   Judge
Matthew   10   18   1 Matthew 10   4   Redeemer
Matthew   10   19   1 Matthew 10   5   Redeemer
Matthew   10   20   1 Matthew 10   4   Redeemer
Matthew   10   21   1 Matthew 10   4   Judge
Matthew   10   22   1 Matthew 10   4   Judge
Matthew   10   23   1 Matthew 10   4   Redeemer
Matthew   10   24   1 Matthew 10   4   Judge
Matthew   10   25   1 Matthew 10   4   Judge
Matthew   10   26   1 Matthew 10   5   Judge
Matthew   10   27   1 Matthew 10   4   Redeemer
Matthew   10   28   1 Matthew 10   5   Judge
Matthew   10   29   1 Matthew 10   6   Redeemer
Matthew   10   30   1 Matthew 10   4   Redeemer
Matthew   10   31   1 Matthew 10   5   Redeemer
Matthew   10   32   1 Matthew 10   4   Redeemer
Matthew   10   33   1 Matthew 10   4   Judge
Matthew   10   34   1 Matthew 10   3   Judge
Matthew   10   35   1 Matthew 10   3   Judge
Matthew   10   36   1 Matthew 10   3   Judge
Matthew   10   37   1 Matthew 10   4   Judge
Matthew   10   38   1 Matthew 10   4   Judge
Matthew   10   39   1 Matthew 10   5   Redeemer
Matthew   10   40   1 Matthew 10   5   Redeemer
Matthew   10   41   1 Matthew 10   5   Redeemer
Matthew   10   42   1 Matthew 10   6   Redeemer
Matthew   11    4   1 Matthew 11   4   Redeemer
Matthew   11    5   1 Matthew 11   4   Redeemer
Matthew   11    6   1 Matthew 11   4   Redeemer
Matthew   11    7   1 Matthew 11   4   Redeemer
Matthew   11    8   1 Matthew 11   4   Redeemer
Matthew   11    9   1 Matthew 11   4   Redeemer
Matthew   11   10   1 Matthew 11   4   Servant
Matthew   11   11   1 Matthew 11   3   Judge
Matthew   11   12   1 Matthew 11   3   Judge
Matthew   11   13   1 Matthew 11   4   Teacher
Matthew   11   14   1 Matthew 11   4   Redeemer
Matthew   11   15   1 Matthew 11   4   Teacher
Matthew   11   16   1 Matthew 11   4   Teacher
Matthew   11   17   1 Matthew 11   4   Judge
Matthew   11   18   1 Matthew 11   4   Judge
Matthew   11   19   1 Matthew 11   4   Judge
Matthew   11   21   1 Matthew 11   3   Judge
Matthew   11   22   1 Matthew 11   3   Judge
Matthew   11   23   1 Matthew 11   3   Judge
Matthew   11   24   1 Matthew 11   3   Judge
Matthew   11   25   1 Matthew 11   4   Redeemer
Matthew   11   26   1 Matthew 11   4   Redeemer
Matthew   11   27   1 Matthew 11   4   Redeemer
Matthew   11   28   1 Matthew 11   5   Redeemer
Matthew   11   29   1 Matthew 11   5   Redeemer
Matthew   11   30   1 Matthew 11   5   Redeemer
Matthew   12    3   1 Matthew 12   4   Judge
Matthew   12    4   1 Matthew 12   3   Judge
Matthew   12    5   1 Matthew 12   3   Judge
Matthew   12    6   1 Matthew 12   4   Teacher
Matthew   12    7   1 Matthew 12   3   Redeemer
Matthew   12    8   1 Matthew 12   4   Redeemer
Matthew   12   11   1 Matthew 12   4   Teacher
Matthew   12   12   1 Matthew 12   4   Redeemer
Matthew   12   13   1 Matthew 12   4   Redeemer
Matthew   12   25   1 Matthew 12   3   Judge
Matthew   12   26   1 Matthew 12   3   Judge
Matthew   12   27   1 Matthew 12   3   Judge
Matthew   12   28   1 Matthew 12   4   Redeemer
Matthew   12   29   1 Matthew 12   4   Judge
Matthew   12   30   1 Matthew 12   3   Judge
Matthew   12   31   1 Matthew 12   3   Judge
Matthew   12   32   1 Matthew 12   3   Judge
Matthew   12   33   1 Matthew 12   3   Judge
Matthew   12   34   1 Matthew 12   3   Judge
Matthew   12   35   1 Matthew 12   5   Judge
Matthew   12   36   1 Matthew 12   3   Judge
Matthew   12   37   1 Matthew 12   3   Judge
Matthew   12   39   1 Matthew 12   3   Judge
Matthew   12   40   1 Matthew 12   4   Servant
Matthew   12   41   1 Matthew 12   3   Judge
Matthew   12   42   1 Matthew 12   3   Judge
Matthew   12   43   1 Matthew 12   3   Judge
Matthew   12   44   1 Matthew 12   4   Redeemer
Matthew   12   45   1 Matthew 12   3   Judge
Matthew   12   48   1 Matthew 12   4   Teacher
Matthew   12   49   1 Matthew 12   5   Redeemer
Matthew   12   50   1 Matthew 12   5   Redeemer
Matthew   13    3   1 Matthew 13   4   Teacher
Matthew   13    4   1 Matthew 13   4   Teacher
Matthew   13    5   1 Matthew 13   3   Judge
Matthew   13    6   1 Matthew 13   3   Judge
Matthew   13    7   1 Matthew 13   3   Judge
Matthew   13    8   1 Matthew 13   4   Teacher
Matthew   13    9   1 Matthew 13   4   Teacher
Matthew   13   11   1 Matthew 13   5   Judge
Matthew   13   12   1 Matthew 13   5   Judge
Matthew   13   13   1 Matthew 13   3   Judge
Matthew   13   14   1 Matthew 13   3   Judge
Matthew   13   15   1 Matthew 13   4   Redeemer
Matthew   13   16   1 Matthew 13   4   Redeemer
Matthew   13   17   1 Matthew 13   4   Redeemer
Matthew   13   18   1 Matthew 13   4   Teacher
Matthew   13   19   1 Matthew 13   5   Judge
Matthew   13   20   1 Matthew 13   4   Redeemer
Matthew   13   21   1 Matthew 13   3   Judge
Matthew   13   22   1 Matthew 13   3   Judge
Matthew   13   23   1 Matthew 13   4   Teacher
Matthew   13   24   1 Matthew 13   4   Teacher
Matthew   13   25   1 Matthew 13   3   Judge
Matthew   13   26   1 Matthew 13   3   Judge
Matthew   13   27   1 Matthew 13   3   Judge
Matthew   13   28   1 Matthew 13   3   Judge
Matthew   13   29   1 Matthew 13   3   Judge
Matthew   13   30   1 Matthew 13   3   Judge
Matthew   13   31   1 Matthew 13   4   Redeemer
Matthew   13   32   1 Matthew 13   4   Redeemer
Matthew   13   33   1 Matthew 13   4   Redeemer
Matthew   13   37   1 Matthew 13   4   Redeemer
Matthew   13   38   1 Matthew 13   5   Redeemer
Matthew   13   39   1 Matthew 13   3   Judge
Matthew   13   40   1 Matthew 13   3   Judge
Matthew   13   41   1 Matthew 13   3   Judge
Matthew   13   42   1 Matthew 13   3   Judge
Matthew   13   43   1 Matthew 13   4   Teacher
Matthew   13   44   1 Matthew 13   4   Redeemer
Matthew   13   45   1 Matthew 13   4   Redeemer
Matthew   13   46   1 Matthew 13   4   Redeemer
Matthew   13   47   1 Matthew 13   6   Redeemer
Matthew   13   48   1 Matthew 13   3   Judge
Matthew   13   49   1 Matthew 13   3   Judge
Matthew   13   50   1 Matthew 13   3   Judge
Matthew   13   51   1 Matthew 13   5   Redeemer
Matthew   13   52   1 Matthew 13   4   Redeemer
Matthew   13   57   1 Matthew 13   4   Judge
Matthew   14   16   1 Matthew 14   4   Redeemer
Matthew   14   18   1 Matthew 14   4   Redeemer
Matthew   14   27   1 Matthew 14   5   Redeemer
Matthew   14   29   1 Matthew 14   4   Redeemer
Matthew   14   31   1 Matthew 14   4   Teacher
Matthew   15    3   1 Matthew 15   4   Teacher
Matthew   15    4   1 Matthew 15   3   Judge
Matthew   15    5   1 Matthew 15   4   Judge
Matthew   15    6   1 Matthew 15   3   Judge
Matthew   15    7   1 Matthew 15   3   Judge
Matthew   15    8   1 Matthew 15   3   Judge
Matthew   15    9   1 Matthew 15   5   Judge
Matthew   15   10   1 Matthew 15   4   Teacher
Matthew   15   11   1 Matthew 15   5   Judge
Matthew   15   13   1 Matthew 15   3   Judge
Matthew   15   14   1 Matthew 15   4   Judge
Matthew   15   16   1 Matthew 15   4   Judge
Matthew   15   17   1 Matthew 15   5   Judge
Matthew   15   18   1 Matthew 15   5   Judge
Matthew   15   19   1 Matthew 15   5   Judge
Matthew   15   20   1 Matthew 15   5   Judge
Matthew   15   24   1 Matthew 15   4   Servant
Matthew   15   26   1 Matthew 15   3   Judge
Matthew   15   28   1 Matthew 15   4   Redeemer
Matthew   15   32   1 Matthew 15   3   Redeemer
Matthew   15   34   1 Matthew 15   4   Redeemer
Matthew   16    2   1 Matthew 16   4   Redeemer
Matthew   16    3   1 Matthew 16   4   Redeemer
Matthew   16    4   1 Matthew 16   3   Judge
Matthew   16    6   1 Matthew 16   3   Judge
Matthew   16    8   1 Matthew 16   4   Teacher
Matthew   16    9   1 Matthew 16   4   Redeemer
Matthew   16   10   1 Matthew 16   4   Redeemer
Matthew   16   11   1 Matthew 16   3   Judge
Matthew   16   13   1 Matthew 16   4   Teacher
Matthew   16   15   1 Matthew 16   4   Teacher
Matthew   16   17   1 Matthew 16   4   Redeemer
Matthew   16   18   1 Matthew 16   4   Redeemer
Matthew   16   19   1 Matthew 16   5   Redeemer
Matthew   16   23   1 Matthew 16   4   Judge
Matthew   16   24   1 Matthew 16   4   Judge
Matthew   16   25   1 Matthew 16   5   Redeemer
Matthew   16   26   1 Matthew 16   3   Judge
Matthew   16   27   1 Matthew 16   3   Judge
Matthew   16   28   1 Matthew 16   4   Redeemer
Matthew   17    7   1 Matthew 17   5   Redeemer
Matthew   17    9   1 Matthew 17   4   Redeemer
Matthew   17   11   1 Matthew 17   4   Redeemer
Matthew   17   12   1 Matthew 17   4   Servant
Matthew   17   17   1 Matthew 17   3   Judge
Matthew   17   20   1 Matthew 17   5   Redeemer
Matthew   17   22   1 Matthew 17   4   Servant
Matthew   17   23   1 Matthew 17   4   Servant
Matthew   17   25   1 Matthew 17   3   Judge
Matthew   17   26   1 Matthew 17   5   Redeemer
Matthew   17   27   1 Matthew 17   3   Judge
Matthew   18    3   1 Matthew 18   3   Judge
Matthew   18    4   1 Matthew 18   5   Judge
Matthew   18    5   1 Matthew 18   5   Redeemer
Matthew   18    6   1 Matthew 18   5   Judge
Matthew   18    7   1 Matthew 18   5   Judge
Matthew   18    8   1 Matthew 18   5   Judge
Matthew   18    9   1 Matthew 18   5   Judge
Matthew   18   10   1 Matthew 18   5   Judge
Matthew   18   11   1 Matthew 18   4   Redeemer
Matthew   18   12   1 Matthew 18   4   Redeemer
Matthew   18   13   1 Matthew 18   4   Redeemer
Matthew   18   14   1 Matthew 18   5   Redeemer
Matthew   18   15   1 Matthew 18   4   Judge
Matthew   18   16   1 Matthew 18   4   Judge
Matthew   18   17   1 Matthew 18   4   Judge
Matthew   18   18   1 Matthew 18   5   Redeemer
Matthew   18   19   1 Matthew 18   5   Redeemer
Matthew   18   20   1 Matthew 18   4   Redeemer
Matthew   18   22   1 Matthew 18   4   Teacher
Matthew   18   23   1 Matthew 18   4   Teacher
Matthew   18   24   1 Matthew 18   4   Judge
Matthew   18   25   1 Matthew 18   4   Judge
Matthew   18   26   1 Matthew 18   4   Judge
Matthew   18   27   1 Matthew 18   4   Redeemer
Matthew   18   28   1 Matthew 18   4   Judge
Matthew   18   29   1 Matthew 18   4   Judge
Matthew   18   30   1 Matthew 18   4   Judge
Matthew   18   31   1 Matthew 18   4   Judge
Matthew   18   32   1 Matthew 18   4   Redeemer
Matthew   18   33   1 Matthew 18   3   Redeemer
Matthew   18   34   1 Matthew 18   4   Judge
Matthew   18   35   1 Matthew 18   3   Judge
Matthew   19    4   1 Matthew 19   6   Redeemer
Matthew   19    5   1 Matthew 19   5   Redeemer
Matthew   19    6   1 Matthew 19   5   Redeemer
Matthew   19    8   1 Matthew 19   5   Judge
Matthew   19    9   1 Matthew 19   5   Judge
Matthew   19   11   1 Matthew 19   4   Redeemer
Matthew   19   12   1 Matthew 19   4   Redeemer
Matthew   19   14   1 Matthew 19   4   Redeemer
Matthew   19   17   1 Matthew 19   4   Teacher
Matthew   19   18   1 Matthew 19   3   Judge
Matthew   19   19   1 Matthew 19   5   Redeemer
Matthew   19   21   1 Matthew 19   5   Redeemer
Matthew   19   23   1 Matthew 19   3   Judge
Matthew   19   24   1 Matthew 19   3   Judge
Matthew   19   26   1 Matthew 19   6   Redeemer
Matthew   19   28   1 Matthew 19   4   Redeemer
Matthew   19   29   1 Matthew 19   4   Redeemer
Matthew   19   30   1 Matthew 19   5   Judge
Matthew   20    1   1 Matthew 20   4   Redeemer
Matthew   20    2   1 Matthew 20   4   Redeemer
Matthew   20    3   1 Matthew 20   4   Redeemer
Matthew   20    4   1 Matthew 20   4   Redeemer
Matthew   20    5   1 Matthew 20   4   Redeemer
Matthew   20    6   1 Matthew 20   4   Teacher
Matthew   20    7   1 Matthew 20   4   Redeemer
Matthew   20    8   1 Matthew 20   4   Redeemer
Matthew   20    9   1 Matthew 20   4   Redeemer
Matthew   20   10   1 Matthew 20   4   Judge
Matthew   20   11   1 Matthew 20   4   Redeemer
Matthew   20   12   1 Matthew 20   4   Redeemer
Matthew   20   13   1 Matthew 20   4   Redeemer
Matthew   20   14   1 Matthew 20   4   Redeemer
Matthew   20   15   1 Matthew 20   4   Judge
Matthew   20   16   1 Matthew 20   5   Judge
Matthew   20   18   1 Matthew 20   4   Servant
Matthew   20   19   1 Matthew 20   4   Servant
Matthew   20   21   1 Matthew 20   4   Teacher
Matthew   20   22   1 Matthew 20   4   Servant
Matthew   20   23   1 Matthew 20   4   Redeemer
Matthew   20   25   1 Matthew 20   3   Judge
Matthew   20   26   1 Matthew 20   5   Judge
Matthew   20   27   1 Matthew 20   5   Judge
Matthew   20   28   1 Matthew 20   4   Servant
Matthew   20   32   1 Matthew 20   4   Teacher
Matthew   21    2   1 Matthew 21   4   Redeemer
Matthew   21    3   1 Matthew 21   4   Redeemer
Matthew   21   13   1 Matthew 21   3   Judge
Matthew   21   16   1 Matthew 21   4   Redeemer
Matthew   21   19   1 Matthew 21   4   Judge
Matthew   21   21   1 Matthew 21   5   Redeemer
Matthew   21   22   1 Matthew 21   4   Redeemer
Matthew   21   24   1 Matthew 21   4   Teacher
Matthew   21   25   1 Matthew 21   4   Teacher
Matthew   21   27   1 Matthew 21   4   Judge
Matthew   21   28   1 Matthew 21   3   Judge
Matthew   21   29   1 Matthew 21   4   Judge
Matthew   21   30   1 Matthew 21   4   Judge
Matthew   21   31   1 Matthew 21   4   Teacher
Matthew   21   32   1 Matthew 21   3   Judge
Matthew   21   33   1 Matthew 21   4   Teacher
Matthew   21   34   1 Matthew 21   3   Judge
Matthew   21   35   1 Matthew 21   3   Judge
Matthew   21   36   1 Matthew 21   3   Judge
Matthew   21   37   1 Matthew 21   4   Redeemer
Matthew   21   38   1 Matthew 21   3   Judge
Matthew   21   39   1 Matthew 21   3   Judge
Matthew   21   40   1 Matthew 21   4   Teacher
Matthew   21   42   1 Matthew 21   4   Redeemer
Matthew   21   43   1 Matthew 21   4   Redeemer
Matthew   21   44   1 Matthew 21   3   Judge
Matthew   22    2   1 Matthew 22   4   Redeemer
Matthew   22    3   1 Matthew 22   4   Redeemer
Matthew   22    4   1 Matthew 22   4   Redeemer
Matthew   22    5   1 Matthew 22   3   Judge
Matthew   22    6   1 Matthew 22   3   Judge
Matthew   22    7   1 Matthew 22   3   Judge
Matthew   22    8   1 Matthew 22   4   Redeemer
Matthew   22    9   1 Matthew 22   4   Redeemer
Matthew   22   10   1 Matthew 22   4   Redeemer
Matthew   22   11   1 Matthew 22   4   Judge
Matthew   22   12   1 Matthew 22   4   Teacher
Matthew   22   13   1 Matthew 22   4   Judge
Matthew   22   14   1 Matthew 22   3   Judge
Matthew   22   18   1 Matthew 22   4   Teacher
Matthew   22   19   1 Matthew 22   3   Judge
Matthew   22   20   1 Matthew 22   3   Judge
Matthew   22   21   1 Matthew 22   3   Judge
Matthew   22   29   1 Matthew 22   4   Judge
Matthew   22   30   1 Matthew 22   5   Redeemer
Matthew   22   31   1 Matthew 22   5   Redeemer
Matthew   22   32   1 Matthew 22   4   Redeemer
Matthew   22   37   1 Matthew 22   3   Judge
Matthew   22   38   1 Matthew 22   3   Judge
Matthew   22   39   1 Matthew 22   5   Redeemer
Matthew   22   40   1 Matthew 22   3   Judge
Matthew   22   42   1 Matthew 22   4   Teacher
Matthew   22   43   1 Matthew 22   4   Teacher
Matthew   22   44   1 Matthew 22   3   Judge
Matthew   22   45   1 Matthew 22   4   Teacher
Matthew   23    2   1 Matthew 23   3   Judge
Matthew   23    3   1 Matthew 23   3   Judge
Matthew   23    4   1 Matthew 23   3   Judge
Matthew   23    5   1 Matthew 23   3   Judge
Matthew   23    6   1 Matthew 23   3   Judge
Matthew   23    7   1 Matthew 23   3   Judge
Matthew   23    8   1 Matthew 23   5   Judge
Matthew   23    9   1 Matthew 23   4   Redeemer
Matthew   23   10   1 Matthew 23   4   Teacher
Matthew   23   11   1 Matthew 23   5   Judge
Matthew   23   12   1 Matthew 23   5   Judge
Matthew   23   13   1 Matthew 23   3   Judge
Matthew   23   14   1 Matthew 23   3   Judge
Matthew   23   15   1 Matthew 23   3   Judge
Matthew   23   16   1 Matthew 23   3   Judge
Matthew   23   17   1 Matthew 23   3   Judge
Matthew   23   18   1 Matthew 23   3   Judge
Matthew   23   19   1 Matthew 23   3   Judge
Matthew   23   20   1 Matthew 23   5   Judge
Matthew   23   21   1 Matthew 23   5   Judge
Matthew   23   22   1 Matthew 23   5   Judge
Matthew   23   23   1 Matthew 23   3   Judge
Matthew   23   24   1 Matthew 23   3   Judge
Matthew   23   25   1 Matthew 23   3   Judge
Matthew   23   26   1 Matthew 23   3   Judge
Matthew   23   27   1 Matthew 23   3   Judge
Matthew   23   28   1 Matthew 23   3   Judge
Matthew   23   29   1 Matthew 23   3   Judge
Matthew   23   30   1 Matthew 23   3   Judge
Matthew   23   31   1 Matthew 23   3   Judge
Matthew   23   32   1 Matthew 23   3   Judge
Matthew   23   33   1 Matthew 23   3   Judge
Matthew   23   34   1 Matthew 23   3   Judge
Matthew   23   35   1 Matthew 23   3   Judge
Matthew   23   36   1 Matthew 23   3   Judge
Matthew   23   37   1 Matthew 23   4   Judge
Matthew   23   38   1 Matthew 23   4   Redeemer
Matthew   23   39   1 Matthew 23   4   Redeemer
Matthew   24    2   1 Matthew 24   3   Judge
Matthew   24    4   1 Matthew 24   3   Judge
Matthew   24    5   1 Matthew 24   3   Judge
Matthew   24    6   1 Matthew 24   3   Judge
Matthew   24    7   1 Matthew 24   3   Judge
Matthew   24    8   1 Matthew 24   3   Judge
Matthew   24    9   1 Matthew 24   4   Judge
Matthew   24   10   1 Matthew 24   4   Judge
Matthew   24   11   1 Matthew 24   3   Judge
Matthew   24   12   1 Matthew 24   3   Judge
Matthew   24   13   1 Matthew 24   4   Redeemer
Matthew   24   14   1 Matthew 24   3   Judge
Matthew   24   15   1 Matthew 24   4   Redeemer
Matthew   24   16   1 Matthew 24   3   Judge
Matthew   24   17   1 Matthew 24   3   Judge
Matthew   24   18   1 Matthew 24   3   Judge
Matthew   24   19   1 Matthew 24   3   Judge
Matthew   24   20   1 Matthew 24   4   Redeemer
Matthew   24   21   1 Matthew 24   3   Judge
Matthew   24   22   1 Matthew 24   5   Redeemer
Matthew   24   23   1 Matthew 24   3   Judge
Matthew   24   24   1 Matthew 24   3   Judge
Matthew   24   25   1 Matthew 24   4   Teacher
Matthew   24   26   1 Matthew 24   3   Judge
Matthew   24   27   1 Matthew 24   4   Redeemer
Matthew   24   28   1 Matthew 24   3   Judge
Matthew   24   29   1 Matthew 24   3   Judge
Matthew   24   30   1 Matthew 24   4   Redeemer
Matthew   24   31   1 Matthew 24   4   Redeemer
Matthew   24   32   1 Matthew 24   4   Teacher
Matthew   24   33   1 Matthew 24   3   Judge
Matthew   24   34   1 Matthew 24   4   Teacher
Matthew   24   35   1 Matthew 24   4   Redeemer
Matthew   24   36   1 Matthew 24   5   Judge
Matthew   24   37   1 Matthew 24   4   Redeemer
Matthew   24   38   1 Matthew 24   3   Judge
Matthew   24   39   1 Matthew 24   4   Redeemer
Matthew   24   40   1 Matthew 24   3   Judge
Matthew   24   41   1 Matthew 24   3   Judge
Matthew   24   42   1 Matthew 24   4   Redeemer
Matthew   24   43   1 Matthew 24   4   Judge
Matthew   24   44   1 Matthew 24   4   Redeemer
Matthew   24   45   1 Matthew 24   4   Redeemer
Matthew   24   46   1 Matthew 24   4   Redeemer
Matthew   24   47   1 Matthew 24   4   Teacher
Matthew   24   48   1 Matthew 24   4   Judge
Matthew   24   49   1 Matthew 24   3   Judge
Matthew   24   50   1 Matthew 24   4   Judge
Matthew   24   51   1 Matthew 24   4   Judge
Matthew   25    1   1 Matthew 25   4   Redeemer
Matthew   25    2   1 Matthew 25   3   Judge
Matthew   25    3   1 Matthew 25   3   Judge
Matthew   25    4   1 Matthew 25   4   Redeemer
Matthew   25    5   1 Matthew 25   4   Judge
Matthew   25    6   1 Matthew 25   4   Redeemer
Matthew   25    7   1 Matthew 25   4   Redeemer
Matthew   25    8   1 Matthew 25   3   Judge
Matthew   25    9   1 Matthew 25   4   Redeemer
Matthew   25   10   1 Matthew 25   3   Judge
Matthew   25   11   1 Matthew 25   4   Redeemer
Matthew   25   12   1 Matthew 25   4   Judge
Matthew   25   13   1 Matthew 25   4   Redeemer
Matthew   25   14   1 Matthew 25   4   Teacher
Matthew   25   15   1 Matthew 25   4   Redeemer
Matthew   25   16   1 Matthew 25   4   Redeemer
Matthew   25   17   1 Matthew 25   4   Redeemer
Matthew   25   18   1 Matthew 25   4   Judge
Matthew   25   19   1 Matthew 25   4   Teacher
Matthew   25   20   1 Matthew 25   4   Redeemer
Matthew   25   21   1 Matthew 25   4   Redeemer
Matthew   25   22   1 Matthew 25   4   Redeemer
Matthew   25   23   1 Matthew 25   4   Redeemer
Matthew   25   24   1 Matthew 25   4   Judge
Matthew   25   25   1 Matthew 25   4   Judge
Matthew   25   26   1 Matthew 25   4   Judge
Matthew   25   27   1 Matthew 25   4   Judge
Matthew   25   28   1 Matthew 25   3   Judge
Matthew   25   29   1 Matthew 25   5   Judge
Matthew   25   30   1 Matthew 25   4   Judge
Matthew   25   31   1 Matthew 25   4   Redeemer
Matthew   25   32   1 Matthew 25   3   Judge
Matthew   25   33   1 Matthew 25   3   Judge
Matthew   25   34   1 Matthew 25   4   Redeemer
Matthew   25   35   1 Matthew 25   5   Redeemer
Matthew   25   36   1 Matthew 25   5   Redeemer
Matthew   25   37   1 Matthew 25   5   Redeemer
Matthew   25   38   1 Matthew 25   5   Redeemer
Matthew   25   39   1 Matthew 25   3   Redeemer
Matthew   25   40   1 Matthew 25   3   Redeemer
Matthew   25   41   1 Matthew 25   3   Judge
Matthew   25   42   1 Matthew 25   5   Judge
Matthew   25   43   1 Matthew 25   5   Judge
Matthew   25   44   1 Matthew 25   5   Judge
Matthew   25   45   1 Matthew 25   5   Judge
Matthew   25   46   1 Matthew 25   3   Judge
Matthew   26    2   1 Matthew 26   4   Servant
Matthew   26   10   1 Matthew 26   4   Teacher
Matthew   26   11   1 Matthew 26   4   Servant
Matthew   26   12   1 Matthew 26   4   Redeemer
Matthew   26   13   1 Matthew 26   4   Redeemer
Matthew   26   18   1 Matthew 26   4   Redeemer
Matthew   26   21   1 Matthew 26   4   Servant
Matthew   26   23   1 Matthew 26   4   Servant
Matthew   26   24   1 Matthew 26   4   Servant
Matthew   26   25   1 Matthew 26   4   Redeemer
Matthew   26   26   1 Matthew 26   4   Servant
Matthew   26   27   1 Matthew 26   4   Servant
Matthew   26   28   1 Matthew 26   4   Servant
Matthew   26   29   1 Matthew 26   4   Servant
Matthew   26   31   1 Matthew 26   3   Judge
Matthew   26   32   1 Matthew 26   4   Redeemer
Matthew   26   34   1 Matthew 26   4   Judge
Matthew   26   36   1 Matthew 26   4   Redeemer
Matthew   26   38   1 Matthew 26   4   Servant
Matthew   26   39   1 Matthew 26   4   Servant
Matthew   26   40   1 Matthew 26   4   Judge
Matthew   26   41   1 Matthew 26   4   Judge
Matthew   26   42   1 Matthew 26   4   Servant
Matthew   26   45   1 Matthew 26   4   Servant
Matthew   26   46   1 Matthew 26   4   Servant
Matthew   26   50   1 Matthew 26   4   Servant
Matthew   26   52   1 Matthew 26   3   Judge
Matthew   26   53   1 Matthew 26   4   Redeemer
Matthew   26   54   1 Matthew 26   4   Servant
Matthew   26   55   1 Matthew 26   4   Judge
Matthew   26   56   1 Matthew 26   4   Servant
Matthew   26   64   1 Matthew 26   4   Redeemer
Matthew   26   75   1 Matthew 26   4   Judge
Matthew   27   11   1 Matthew 27   4   Redeemer
Matthew   27   46   1 Matthew 27   4   Judge
Matthew   28    9   1 Matthew 28   4   Redeemer
Matthew   28   10   1 Matthew 28   5   Redeemer
Matthew   28   18   1 Matthew 28   4   Redeemer
Matthew   28   19   1 Matthew 28   4   Redeemer
Matthew   28   20   1 Matthew 28   4   Redeemer
Mark       1   14   2 Mark 01      5   Judge
Mark       1   17   2 Mark 01      4   Redeemer
Mark       1   25   2 Mark 01      4   Redeemer
Mark       1   38   2 Mark 01      4   Redeemer
Mark       1   41   2 Mark 01      4   Redeemer
Mark       1   44   2 Mark 01      4   Redeemer
Mark       2    5   2 Mark 02      4   Redeemer
Mark       2    8   2 Mark 02      4   Teacher
Mark       2    9   2 Mark 02      4   Redeemer
Mark       2   10   2 Mark 02      4   Redeemer
Mark       2   11   2 Mark 02      4   Redeemer
Mark       2   14   2 Mark 02      4   Redeemer
Mark       2   17   2 Mark 02      4   Redeemer
Mark   2   19   2 Mark 02   4   Judge
Mark   2   20   2 Mark 02   4   Judge
Mark   2   21   2 Mark 02   3   Judge
Mark   2   22   2 Mark 02   3   Judge
Mark   2   25   2 Mark 02   4   Judge
Mark   2   26   2 Mark 02   4   Redeemer
Mark   2   27   2 Mark 02   6   Redeemer
Mark   2   28   2 Mark 02   4   Redeemer
Mark   3    3   2 Mark 03   4   Redeemer
Mark   3    4   2 Mark 03   4   Teacher
Mark   3    5   2 Mark 03   4   Redeemer
Mark   3   23   2 Mark 03   4   Teacher
Mark   3   24   2 Mark 03   3   Judge
Mark   3   25   2 Mark 03   3   Judge
Mark   3   26   2 Mark 03   3   Judge
Mark   3   27   2 Mark 03   4   Judge
Mark   3   28   2 Mark 03   4   Redeemer
Mark   3   29   2 Mark 03   3   Judge
Mark   3   33   2 Mark 03   4   Teacher
Mark   3   34   2 Mark 03   5   Redeemer
Mark   3   35   2 Mark 03   5   Redeemer
Mark   4    3   2 Mark 04   4   Teacher
Mark   4    4   2 Mark 04   4   Redeemer
Mark   4    5   2 Mark 04   3   Judge
Mark   4    6   2 Mark 04   3   Judge
Mark   4    7   2 Mark 04   3   Judge
Mark   4    8   2 Mark 04   4   Redeemer
Mark   4    9   2 Mark 04   4   Teacher
Mark   4   11   2 Mark 04   5   Judge
Mark   4   12   2 Mark 04   5   Judge
Mark   4   13   2 Mark 04   4   Judge
Mark   4   14   2 Mark 04   4   Redeemer
Mark   4   15   2 Mark 04   3   Judge
Mark   4   16   2 Mark 04   4   Redeemer
Mark   4   17   2 Mark 04   3   Judge
Mark   4   18   2 Mark 04   4   Teacher
Mark   4   19   2 Mark 04   3   Judge
Mark   4   20   2 Mark 04   4   Redeemer
Mark   4   21   2 Mark 04   4   Teacher
Mark   4   22   2 Mark 04   5   Judge
Mark   4   23   2 Mark 04   4   Teacher
Mark   4   24   2 Mark 04   6   Redeemer
Mark   4   25   2 Mark 04   3   Judge
Mark   4   26   2 Mark 04   4   Teacher
Mark   4   27   2 Mark 04   4   Judge
Mark   4   28   2 Mark 04   4   Redeemer
Mark   4   29   2 Mark 04   4   Redeemer
Mark   4   30   2 Mark 04   4   Teacher
Mark   4   31   2 Mark 04   6   Redeemer
Mark   4   32   2 Mark 04   6   Redeemer
Mark   4   35   2 Mark 04   3   Judge
Mark   4   39   2 Mark 04   3   Redeemer
Mark   4   40   2 Mark 04   5   Redeemer
Mark   5    8   2 Mark 05   4   Redeemer
Mark   5    9   2 Mark 05   4   Teacher
Mark   5   19   2 Mark 05   3   Redeemer
Mark   5   30   2 Mark 05   4   Teacher
Mark   5   31   2 Mark 05   4   Teacher
Mark   5   34   2 Mark 05   4   Redeemer
Mark   5   36   2 Mark 05   5   Redeemer
Mark   5   39   2 Mark 05   4   Teacher
Mark   5   41   2 Mark 05   4   Redeemer
Mark   6    4   2 Mark 06   4   Judge
Mark   6   10   2 Mark 06   4   Redeemer
Mark   6   11   2 Mark 06   5   Judge
Mark   6   31   2 Mark 06   4   Redeemer
Mark   6   37   2 Mark 06   4   Redeemer
Mark   6   38   2 Mark 06   4   Teacher
Mark   6   50   2 Mark 06   5   Redeemer
Mark   7    6   2 Mark 07   4   Judge
Mark   7    7   2 Mark 07   3   Judge
Mark   7    8   2 Mark 07   3   Judge
Mark   7    9   2 Mark 07   3   Judge
Mark   7   10   2 Mark 07   3   Judge
Mark   7   11   2 Mark 07   4   Judge
Mark   7   12   2 Mark 07   4   Judge
Mark   7   13   2 Mark 07   3   Judge
Mark   7   14   2 Mark 07   4   Teacher
Mark   7   15   2 Mark 07   5   Judge
Mark   7   18   2 Mark 07   5   Judge
Mark   7   19   2 Mark 07   5   Judge
Mark   7   20   2 Mark 07   5   Judge
Mark   7   21   2 Mark 07   5   Judge
Mark   7   22   2 Mark 07   5   Judge
Mark   7   23   2 Mark 07   5   Judge
Mark   7   27   2 Mark 07   3   Judge
Mark   7   29   2 Mark 07   4   Redeemer
Mark   7   34   2 Mark 07   4   Redeemer
Mark   8    2   2 Mark 08   3   Redeemer
Mark   8    3   2 Mark 08   4   Redeemer
Mark   8    5   2 Mark 08   4   Redeemer
Mark   8   12   2 Mark 08   4   Teacher
Mark   8   15   2 Mark 08   3   Judge
Mark   8   17   2 Mark 08   4   Teacher
Mark    8   18   2 Mark 08   4   Judge
Mark    8   19   2 Mark 08   4   Redeemer
Mark    8   20   2 Mark 08   4   Redeemer
Mark    8   21   2 Mark 08   4   Judge
Mark    8   23   2 Mark 08   4   Redeemer
Mark    8   26   2 Mark 08   3   Judge
Mark    8   27   2 Mark 08   4   Teacher
Mark    8   29   2 Mark 08   4   Teacher
Mark    8   33   2 Mark 08   4   Judge
Mark    8   34   2 Mark 08   4   Redeemer
Mark    8   35   2 Mark 08   5   Redeemer
Mark    8   36   2 Mark 08   3   Judge
Mark    8   37   2 Mark 08   4   Judge
Mark    8   38   2 Mark 08   3   Judge
Mark    9    1   2 Mark 09   4   Redeemer
Mark    9   12   2 Mark 09   4   Servant
Mark    9   13   2 Mark 09   4   Judge
Mark    9   16   2 Mark 09   4   Teacher
Mark    9   19   2 Mark 09   3   Judge
Mark    9   21   2 Mark 09   4   Teacher
Mark    9   23   2 Mark 09   5   Redeemer
Mark    9   25   2 Mark 09   4   Redeemer
Mark    9   29   2 Mark 09   4   Redeemer
Mark    9   31   2 Mark 09   4   Servant
Mark    9   33   2 Mark 09   4   Teacher
Mark    9   35   2 Mark 09   5   Judge
Mark    9   37   2 Mark 09   5   Redeemer
Mark    9   39   2 Mark 09   5   Redeemer
Mark    9   40   2 Mark 09   5   Redeemer
Mark    9   41   2 Mark 09   3   Redeemer
Mark    9   42   2 Mark 09   5   Judge
Mark    9   43   2 Mark 09   5   Judge
Mark    9   44   2 Mark 09   5   Judge
Mark    9   45   2 Mark 09   5   Judge
Mark    9   46   2 Mark 09   5   Judge
Mark    9   47   2 Mark 09   5   Judge
Mark    9   48   2 Mark 09   5   Judge
Mark    9   49   2 Mark 09   5   Judge
Mark    9   50   2 Mark 09   3   Redeemer
Mark   10    3   2 Mark 10   3   Judge
Mark   10    5   2 Mark 10   3   Judge
Mark   10    6   2 Mark 10   6   Redeemer
Mark   10    7   2 Mark 10   5   Redeemer
Mark   10    8   2 Mark 10   5   Redeemer
Mark   10    9   2 Mark 10   5   Redeemer
Mark   10   11   2 Mark 10   5   Judge
Mark   10   12   2 Mark 10   5   Judge
Mark   10   14   2 Mark 10   4   Redeemer
Mark   10   15   2 Mark 10   4   Redeemer
Mark   10   18   2 Mark 10   4   Redeemer
Mark   10   19   2 Mark 10   3   Judge
Mark   10   21   2 Mark 10   5   Redeemer
Mark   10   23   2 Mark 10   3   Judge
Mark   10   24   2 Mark 10   4   Teacher
Mark   10   25   2 Mark 10   3   Judge
Mark   10   27   2 Mark 10   6   Redeemer
Mark   10   29   2 Mark 10   4   Redeemer
Mark   10   30   2 Mark 10   4   Redeemer
Mark   10   31   2 Mark 10   5   Judge
Mark   10   33   2 Mark 10   4   Servant
Mark   10   34   2 Mark 10   4   Servant
Mark   10   36   2 Mark 10   4   Teacher
Mark   10   38   2 Mark 10   4   Servant
Mark   10   39   2 Mark 10   4   Servant
Mark   10   40   2 Mark 10   4   Redeemer
Mark   10   42   2 Mark 10   3   Judge
Mark   10   43   2 Mark 10   5   Judge
Mark   10   44   2 Mark 10   5   Judge
Mark   10   45   2 Mark 10   4   Servant
Mark   10   49   2 Mark 10   4   Redeemer
Mark   10   51   2 Mark 10   4   Teacher
Mark   10   52   2 Mark 10   4   Redeemer
Mark   11    2   2 Mark 11   4   Redeemer
Mark   11    3   2 Mark 11   4   Teacher
Mark   11   14   2 Mark 11   4   Judge
Mark   11   17   2 Mark 11   4   Judge
Mark   11   22   2 Mark 11   5   Redeemer
Mark   11   23   2 Mark 11   5   Redeemer
Mark   11   24   2 Mark 11   5   Redeemer
Mark   11   25   2 Mark 11   5   Judge
Mark   11   29   2 Mark 11   4   Teacher
Mark   11   30   2 Mark 11   4   Teacher
Mark   11   33   2 Mark 11   4   Judge
Mark   12    1   2 Mark 12   4   Redeemer
Mark   12    2   2 Mark 12   4   Teacher
Mark   12    3   2 Mark 12   3   Judge
Mark   12    4   2 Mark 12   3   Judge
Mark   12    5   2 Mark 12   3   Judge
Mark   12    6   2 Mark 12   4   Redeemer
Mark   12    7   2 Mark 12   3   Judge
Mark   12    8   2 Mark 12   3   Judge
Mark   12    9   2 Mark 12   3   Judge
Mark   12   10   2 Mark 12   4   Redeemer
Mark   12   11   2 Mark 12   4   Redeemer
Mark   12   15   2 Mark 12   4   Teacher
Mark   12   16   2 Mark 12   4   Teacher
Mark   12   17   2 Mark 12   3   Judge
Mark   12   24   2 Mark 12   4   Judge
Mark   12   25   2 Mark 12   5   Redeemer
Mark   12   26   2 Mark 12   5   Redeemer
Mark   12   27   2 Mark 12   4   Judge
Mark   12   29   2 Mark 12   3   Judge
Mark   12   30   2 Mark 12   3   Judge
Mark   12   31   2 Mark 12   5   Redeemer
Mark   12   34   2 Mark 12   4   Teacher
Mark   12   35   2 Mark 12   4   Teacher
Mark   12   36   2 Mark 12   3   Judge
Mark   12   37   2 Mark 12   4   Teacher
Mark   12   38   2 Mark 12   3   Judge
Mark   12   39   2 Mark 12   3   Judge
Mark   12   40   2 Mark 12   3   Judge
Mark   12   43   2 Mark 12   4   Teacher
Mark   12   44   2 Mark 12   4   Redeemer
Mark   13    2   2 Mark 13   3   Judge
Mark   13    5   2 Mark 13   3   Judge
Mark   13    6   2 Mark 13   3   Judge
Mark   13    7   2 Mark 13   3   Judge
Mark   13    8   2 Mark 13   3   Judge
Mark   13    9   2 Mark 13   4   Judge
Mark   13   10   2 Mark 13   4   Redeemer
Mark   13   11   2 Mark 13   5   Redeemer
Mark   13   12   2 Mark 13   4   Judge
Mark   13   13   2 Mark 13   4   Judge
Mark   13   14   2 Mark 13   3   Judge
Mark   13   15   2 Mark 13   3   Judge
Mark   13   16   2 Mark 13   3   Judge
Mark   13   17   2 Mark 13   3   Judge
Mark   13   18   2 Mark 13   4   Redeemer
Mark   13   19   2 Mark 13   3   Judge
Mark   13   20   2 Mark 13   5   Redeemer
Mark   13   21   2 Mark 13   3   Judge
Mark   13   22   2 Mark 13   3   Judge
Mark   13   23   2 Mark 13   4   Redeemer
Mark   13   24   2 Mark 13   3   Judge
Mark   13   25   2 Mark 13   3   Judge
Mark   13   26   2 Mark 13   4   Redeemer
Mark   13   27   2 Mark 13   4   Redeemer
Mark   13   28   2 Mark 13   4   Teacher
Mark   13   29   2 Mark 13   3   Judge
Mark   13   30   2 Mark 13   4   Teacher
Mark   13   31   2 Mark 13   4   Redeemer
Mark   13   32   2 Mark 13   5   Judge
Mark   13   33   2 Mark 13   4   Judge
Mark   13   34   2 Mark 13   3   Judge
Mark   13   35   2 Mark 13   4   Judge
Mark   13   36   2 Mark 13   4   Judge
Mark   13   37   2 Mark 13   4   Redeemer
Mark   14    6   2 Mark 14   4   Teacher
Mark   14    7   2 Mark 14   4   Servant
Mark   14    8   2 Mark 14   4   Redeemer
Mark   14    9   2 Mark 14   4   Redeemer
Mark   14   13   2 Mark 14   4   Redeemer
Mark   14   14   2 Mark 14   4   Redeemer
Mark   14   15   2 Mark 14   4   Redeemer
Mark   14   18   2 Mark 14   4   Servant
Mark   14   20   2 Mark 14   4   Servant
Mark   14   21   2 Mark 14   4   Servant
Mark   14   22   2 Mark 14   4   Servant
Mark   14   24   2 Mark 14   4   Servant
Mark   14   25   2 Mark 14   4   Servant
Mark   14   27   2 Mark 14   3   Judge
Mark   14   28   2 Mark 14   4   Redeemer
Mark   14   30   2 Mark 14   4   Judge
Mark   14   32   2 Mark 14   4   Redeemer
Mark   14   34   2 Mark 14   4   Servant
Mark   14   36   2 Mark 14   4   Servant
Mark   14   37   2 Mark 14   4   Judge
Mark   14   38   2 Mark 14   4   Judge
Mark   14   41   2 Mark 14   4   Servant
Mark   14   42   2 Mark 14   4   Servant
Mark   14   48   2 Mark 14   4   Judge
Mark   14   49   2 Mark 14   4   Servant
Mark   14   62   2 Mark 14   4   Redeemer
Mark   14   72   2 Mark 14   4   Judge
Mark   15    2   2 Mark 15   4   Redeemer
Mark   15   34   2 Mark 15   4   Judge
Mark   16   15   2 Mark 16   4   Redeemer
Mark   16   16   2 Mark 16   5   Redeemer
Mark   16   17   2 Mark 16   4   Redeemer
Mark   16   18   2 Mark 16   4   Redeemer
Luke    2   49   3 Luke 02   4   Teacher
Luke    4    4   3 Luke 04   3   Judge
Luke    4    8   3 Luke 04   3   Judge
Luke    4   12   3 Luke 04   3   Judge
Luke    4   18   3 Luke 04   4   Servant
Luke    4   19   3 Luke 04   4   Redeemer
Luke    4   21   3 Luke 04   4   Servant
Luke    4   23   3 Luke 04   4   Redeemer
Luke   4   24   3 Luke 04   4   Judge
Luke   4   25   3 Luke 04   5   Judge
Luke   4   26   3 Luke 04   3   Judge
Luke   4   27   3 Luke 04   4   Redeemer
Luke   4   35   3 Luke 04   4   Redeemer
Luke   4   43   3 Luke 04   4   Servant
Luke   5    4   3 Luke 05   4   Redeemer
Luke   5   10   3 Luke 05   5   Redeemer
Luke   5   13   3 Luke 05   4   Redeemer
Luke   5   14   3 Luke 05   4   Redeemer
Luke   5   20   3 Luke 05   4   Redeemer
Luke   5   22   3 Luke 05   4   Teacher
Luke   5   23   3 Luke 05   4   Redeemer
Luke   5   24   3 Luke 05   4   Redeemer
Luke   5   27   3 Luke 05   4   Redeemer
Luke   5   31   3 Luke 05   5   Judge
Luke   5   32   3 Luke 05   4   Redeemer
Luke   5   34   3 Luke 05   4   Judge
Luke   5   35   3 Luke 05   4   Judge
Luke   5   36   3 Luke 05   3   Judge
Luke   5   37   3 Luke 05   3   Judge
Luke   5   38   3 Luke 05   4   Redeemer
Luke   5   39   3 Luke 05   3   Judge
Luke   6    3   3 Luke 06   4   Judge
Luke   6    4   3 Luke 06   4   Redeemer
Luke   6    5   3 Luke 06   4   Redeemer
Luke   6    8   3 Luke 06   4   Redeemer
Luke   6    9   3 Luke 06   4   Teacher
Luke   6   10   3 Luke 06   4   Redeemer
Luke   6   20   3 Luke 06   4   Redeemer
Luke   6   21   3 Luke 06   4   Redeemer
Luke   6   22   3 Luke 06   4   Redeemer
Luke   6   23   3 Luke 06   5   Redeemer
Luke   6   24   3 Luke 06   3   Judge
Luke   6   25   3 Luke 06   4   Judge
Luke   6   26   3 Luke 06   3   Judge
Luke   6   27   3 Luke 06   5   Redeemer
Luke   6   28   3 Luke 06   4   Redeemer
Luke   6   29   3 Luke 06   3   Judge
Luke   6   30   3 Luke 06   3   Judge
Luke   6   31   3 Luke 06   5   Redeemer
Luke   6   32   3 Luke 06   4   Judge
Luke   6   33   3 Luke 06   4   Judge
Luke   6   34   3 Luke 06   4   Judge
Luke   6   35   3 Luke 06   6   Redeemer
Luke   6   36   3 Luke 06   4   Redeemer
Luke   6   37   3 Luke 06   5   Judge
Luke   6   38   3 Luke 06   6   Redeemer
Luke   6   39   3 Luke 06   4   Judge
Luke   6   40   3 Luke 06   4   Teacher
Luke   6   41   3 Luke 06   4   Teacher
Luke   6   42   3 Luke 06   3   Judge
Luke   6   43   3 Luke 06   3   Judge
Luke   6   44   3 Luke 06   4   Redeemer
Luke   6   45   3 Luke 06   5   Judge
Luke   6   46   3 Luke 06   4   Teacher
Luke   6   47   3 Luke 06   4   Redeemer
Luke   6   48   3 Luke 06   4   Redeemer
Luke   6   49   3 Luke 06   3   Judge
Luke   7    9   3 Luke 07   5   Redeemer
Luke   7   13   3 Luke 07   4   Redeemer
Luke   7   14   3 Luke 07   4   Redeemer
Luke   7   22   3 Luke 07   4   Redeemer
Luke   7   23   3 Luke 07   4   Redeemer
Luke   7   24   3 Luke 07   4   Redeemer
Luke   7   25   3 Luke 07   4   Redeemer
Luke   7   26   3 Luke 07   4   Redeemer
Luke   7   27   3 Luke 07   4   Servant
Luke   7   28   3 Luke 07   3   Judge
Luke   7   31   3 Luke 07   4   Teacher
Luke   7   32   3 Luke 07   4   Judge
Luke   7   33   3 Luke 07   4   Judge
Luke   7   34   3 Luke 07   4   Judge
Luke   7   35   3 Luke 07   5   Redeemer
Luke   7   40   3 Luke 07   4   Teacher
Luke   7   41   3 Luke 07   4   Judge
Luke   7   42   3 Luke 07   4   Redeemer
Luke   7   43   3 Luke 07   4   Redeemer
Luke   7   44   3 Luke 07   4   Redeemer
Luke   7   45   3 Luke 07   4   Redeemer
Luke   7   46   3 Luke 07   4   Redeemer
Luke   7   47   3 Luke 07   4   Redeemer
Luke   7   48   3 Luke 07   4   Redeemer
Luke   7   50   3 Luke 07   4   Redeemer
Luke   8    5   3 Luke 08   3   Judge
Luke   8    6   3 Luke 08   3   Judge
Luke   8    7   3 Luke 08   3   Judge
Luke   8    8   3 Luke 08   4   Redeemer
Luke   8   10   3 Luke 08   5   Judge
Luke   8   11   3 Luke 08   4   Teacher
Luke   8   12   3 Luke 08   3   Judge
Luke   8   13   3 Luke 08   3   Judge
Luke   8   14   3 Luke 08   3   Judge
Luke   8   15   3 Luke 08   4   Redeemer
Luke    8   16   3 Luke 08   5   Judge
Luke    8   17   3 Luke 08   5   Judge
Luke    8   18   3 Luke 08   4   Redeemer
Luke    8   21   3 Luke 08   5   Redeemer
Luke    8   22   3 Luke 08   3   Judge
Luke    8   25   3 Luke 08   5   Redeemer
Luke    8   30   3 Luke 08   4   Teacher
Luke    8   39   3 Luke 08   4   Redeemer
Luke    8   45   3 Luke 08   4   Teacher
Luke    8   46   3 Luke 08   4   Judge
Luke    8   48   3 Luke 08   4   Redeemer
Luke    8   50   3 Luke 08   5   Redeemer
Luke    8   52   3 Luke 08   4   Redeemer
Luke    8   54   3 Luke 08   4   Redeemer
Luke    9    3   3 Luke 09   4   Redeemer
Luke    9    4   3 Luke 09   4   Redeemer
Luke    9    5   3 Luke 09   3   Judge
Luke    9   12   3 Luke 09   4   Teacher
Luke    9   13   3 Luke 09   4   Redeemer
Luke    9   14   3 Luke 09   4   Redeemer
Luke    9   18   3 Luke 09   4   Teacher
Luke    9   20   3 Luke 09   4   Teacher
Luke    9   22   3 Luke 09   4   Servant
Luke    9   23   3 Luke 09   4   Redeemer
Luke    9   24   3 Luke 09   5   Redeemer
Luke    9   25   3 Luke 09   3   Judge
Luke    9   26   3 Luke 09   3   Judge
Luke    9   27   3 Luke 09   4   Redeemer
Luke    9   41   3 Luke 09   3   Judge
Luke    9   44   3 Luke 09   4   Servant
Luke    9   48   3 Luke 09   5   Redeemer
Luke    9   50   3 Luke 09   5   Redeemer
Luke    9   58   3 Luke 09   4   Servant
Luke    9   59   3 Luke 09   4   Redeemer
Luke    9   60   3 Luke 09   4   Redeemer
Luke    9   62   3 Luke 09   4   Judge
Luke   10    2   3 Luke 10   4   Redeemer
Luke   10    3   3 Luke 10   3   Judge
Luke   10    4   3 Luke 10   3   Judge
Luke   10    5   3 Luke 10   3   Redeemer
Luke   10    6   3 Luke 10   3   Redeemer
Luke   10    7   3 Luke 10   4   Redeemer
Luke   10    8   3 Luke 10   4   Redeemer
Luke   10    9   3 Luke 10   4   Redeemer
Luke   10   10   3 Luke 10   3   Judge
Luke   10   11   3 Luke 10   3   Judge
Luke   10   12   3 Luke 10   3   Judge
Luke   10   13   3 Luke 10   3   Judge
Luke   10   14   3 Luke 10   3   Judge
Luke   10   15   3 Luke 10   3   Judge
Luke   10   16   3 Luke 10   5   Judge
Luke   10   18   3 Luke 10   3   Judge
Luke   10   19   3 Luke 10   4   Redeemer
Luke   10   20   3 Luke 10   5   Redeemer
Luke   10   21   3 Luke 10   4   Redeemer
Luke   10   22   3 Luke 10   4   Redeemer
Luke   10   23   3 Luke 10   4   Redeemer
Luke   10   24   3 Luke 10   4   Redeemer
Luke   10   26   3 Luke 10   3   Judge
Luke   10   28   3 Luke 10   4   Redeemer
Luke   10   30   3 Luke 10   3   Judge
Luke   10   31   3 Luke 10   4   Judge
Luke   10   32   3 Luke 10   4   Judge
Luke   10   33   3 Luke 10   4   Redeemer
Luke   10   34   3 Luke 10   4   Redeemer
Luke   10   35   3 Luke 10   4   Redeemer
Luke   10   36   3 Luke 10   4   Teacher
Luke   10   37   3 Luke 10   4   Redeemer
Luke   10   41   3 Luke 10   4   Judge
Luke   10   42   3 Luke 10   4   Redeemer
Luke   11    2   3 Luke 11   4   Redeemer
Luke   11    3   3 Luke 11   6   Redeemer
Luke   11    4   3 Luke 11   4   Redeemer
Luke   11    5   3 Luke 11   4   Redeemer
Luke   11    6   3 Luke 11   4   Redeemer
Luke   11    7   3 Luke 11   5   Judge
Luke   11    8   3 Luke 11   5   Judge
Luke   11    9   3 Luke 11   6   Redeemer
Luke   11   10   3 Luke 11   6   Redeemer
Luke   11   11   3 Luke 11   4   Redeemer
Luke   11   12   3 Luke 11   4   Redeemer
Luke   11   13   3 Luke 11   5   Redeemer
Luke   11   17   3 Luke 11   3   Judge
Luke   11   18   3 Luke 11   3   Judge
Luke   11   19   3 Luke 11   4   Teacher
Luke   11   20   3 Luke 11   4   Redeemer
Luke   11   21   3 Luke 11   4   Redeemer
Luke   11   22   3 Luke 11   3   Judge
Luke   11   23   3 Luke 11   3   Judge
Luke   11   24   3 Luke 11   3   Judge
Luke   11   25   3 Luke 11   4   Redeemer
Luke   11   26   3 Luke 11   3   Judge
Luke   11   28   3 Luke 11   4   Redeemer
Luke   11   29   3 Luke 11   3   Judge
Luke   11   30   3 Luke 11   4   Servant
Luke   11   31   3 Luke 11   3   Judge
Luke   11   32   3 Luke 11   3   Judge
Luke   11   33   3 Luke 11   5   Judge
Luke   11   34   3 Luke 11   5   Judge
Luke   11   35   3 Luke 11   5   Judge
Luke   11   36   3 Luke 11   5   Judge
Luke   11   39   3 Luke 11   3   Judge
Luke   11   40   3 Luke 11   3   Judge
Luke   11   41   3 Luke 11   4   Redeemer
Luke   11   42   3 Luke 11   3   Judge
Luke   11   43   3 Luke 11   3   Judge
Luke   11   44   3 Luke 11   3   Judge
Luke   11   46   3 Luke 11   3   Judge
Luke   11   47   3 Luke 11   3   Judge
Luke   11   48   3 Luke 11   3   Judge
Luke   11   49   3 Luke 11   3   Judge
Luke   11   50   3 Luke 11   3   Judge
Luke   11   51   3 Luke 11   3   Judge
Luke   11   52   3 Luke 11   3   Judge
Luke   12    1   3 Luke 12   3   Judge
Luke   12    2   3 Luke 12   5   Judge
Luke   12    3   3 Luke 12   4   Redeemer
Luke   12    4   3 Luke 12   4   Judge
Luke   12    5   3 Luke 12   5   Judge
Luke   12    6   3 Luke 12   6   Redeemer
Luke   12    7   3 Luke 12   5   Redeemer
Luke   12    8   3 Luke 12   4   Redeemer
Luke   12    9   3 Luke 12   4   Judge
Luke   12   10   3 Luke 12   3   Judge
Luke   12   11   3 Luke 12   5   Redeemer
Luke   12   12   3 Luke 12   4   Redeemer
Luke   12   14   3 Luke 12   4   Teacher
Luke   12   15   3 Luke 12   3   Judge
Luke   12   16   3 Luke 12   4   Redeemer
Luke   12   17   3 Luke 12   4   Teacher
Luke   12   18   3 Luke 12   4   Redeemer
Luke   12   19   3 Luke 12   4   Redeemer
Luke   12   20   3 Luke 12   4   Judge
Luke   12   21   3 Luke 12   5   Judge
Luke   12   22   3 Luke 12   5   Redeemer
Luke   12   23   3 Luke 12   6   Redeemer
Luke   12   24   3 Luke 12   6   Redeemer
Luke   12   25   3 Luke 12   5   Redeemer
Luke   12   26   3 Luke 12   5   Redeemer
Luke   12   27   3 Luke 12   6   Redeemer
Luke   12   28   3 Luke 12   6   Redeemer
Luke   12   29   3 Luke 12   5   Redeemer
Luke   12   30   3 Luke 12   3   Judge
Luke   12   31   3 Luke 12   6   Redeemer
Luke   12   32   3 Luke 12   5   Redeemer
Luke   12   33   3 Luke 12   4   Redeemer
Luke   12   34   3 Luke 12   5   Judge
Luke   12   35   3 Luke 12   4   Redeemer
Luke   12   36   3 Luke 12   4   Redeemer
Luke   12   37   3 Luke 12   4   Redeemer
Luke   12   38   3 Luke 12   4   Redeemer
Luke   12   39   3 Luke 12   4   Judge
Luke   12   40   3 Luke 12   4   Redeemer
Luke   12   42   3 Luke 12   4   Redeemer
Luke   12   43   3 Luke 12   4   Redeemer
Luke   12   44   3 Luke 12   4   Teacher
Luke   12   45   3 Luke 12   3   Judge
Luke   12   46   3 Luke 12   4   Judge
Luke   12   47   3 Luke 12   3   Judge
Luke   12   48   3 Luke 12   4   Judge
Luke   12   49   3 Luke 12   3   Judge
Luke   12   50   3 Luke 12   4   Servant
Luke   12   51   3 Luke 12   3   Judge
Luke   12   52   3 Luke 12   3   Judge
Luke   12   53   3 Luke 12   3   Judge
Luke   12   54   3 Luke 12   4   Redeemer
Luke   12   55   3 Luke 12   4   Redeemer
Luke   12   56   3 Luke 12   3   Judge
Luke   12   57   3 Luke 12   4   Teacher
Luke   12   58   3 Luke 12   5   Judge
Luke   12   59   3 Luke 12   4   Judge
Luke   13    2   3 Luke 13   4   Judge
Luke   13    3   3 Luke 13   5   Judge
Luke   13    4   3 Luke 13   3   Judge
Luke   13    5   3 Luke 13   5   Judge
Luke   13    6   3 Luke 13   4   Redeemer
Luke   13    7   3 Luke 13   4   Teacher
Luke   13    8   3 Luke 13   4   Redeemer
Luke   13    9   3 Luke 13   4   Redeemer
Luke   13   12   3 Luke 13   4   Redeemer
Luke   13   15   3 Luke 13   3   Judge
Luke   13   16   3 Luke 13   4   Redeemer
Luke   13   18   3 Luke 13   4   Teacher
Luke   13   19   3 Luke 13   6   Redeemer
Luke   13   20   3 Luke 13   4   Teacher
Luke   13   21   3 Luke 13   4   Redeemer
Luke   13   24   3 Luke 13   4   Judge
Luke   13   25   3 Luke 13   3   Judge
Luke   13   26   3 Luke 13   3   Judge
Luke   13   27   3 Luke 13   3   Judge
Luke   13   28   3 Luke 13   3   Judge
Luke   13   29   3 Luke 13   4   Redeemer
Luke   13   30   3 Luke 13   5   Judge
Luke   13   32   3 Luke 13   4   Redeemer
Luke   13   33   3 Luke 13   4   Servant
Luke   13   34   3 Luke 13   4   Judge
Luke   13   35   3 Luke 13   4   Redeemer
Luke   14    3   3 Luke 14   4   Teacher
Luke   14    5   3 Luke 14   4   Teacher
Luke   14    8   3 Luke 14   4   Redeemer
Luke   14    9   3 Luke 14   5   Judge
Luke   14   10   3 Luke 14   4   Redeemer
Luke   14   11   3 Luke 14   5   Judge
Luke   14   12   3 Luke 14   4   Redeemer
Luke   14   13   3 Luke 14   4   Redeemer
Luke   14   14   3 Luke 14   5   Redeemer
Luke   14   16   3 Luke 14   4   Redeemer
Luke   14   17   3 Luke 14   4   Redeemer
Luke   14   18   3 Luke 14   4   Judge
Luke   14   19   3 Luke 14   4   Judge
Luke   14   20   3 Luke 14   4   Judge
Luke   14   21   3 Luke 14   4   Redeemer
Luke   14   22   3 Luke 14   4   Redeemer
Luke   14   23   3 Luke 14   4   Redeemer
Luke   14   24   3 Luke 14   4   Redeemer
Luke   14   26   3 Luke 14   5   Judge
Luke   14   27   3 Luke 14   5   Judge
Luke   14   28   3 Luke 14   4   Teacher
Luke   14   29   3 Luke 14   4   Judge
Luke   14   30   3 Luke 14   4   Judge
Luke   14   31   3 Luke 14   4   Teacher
Luke   14   32   3 Luke 14   3   Judge
Luke   14   33   3 Luke 14   5   Judge
Luke   14   34   3 Luke 14   4   Teacher
Luke   14   35   3 Luke 14   3   Judge
Luke   15    4   3 Luke 15   4   Redeemer
Luke   15    5   3 Luke 15   4   Redeemer
Luke   15    6   3 Luke 15   4   Redeemer
Luke   15    7   3 Luke 15   5   Redeemer
Luke   15    8   3 Luke 15   4   Redeemer
Luke   15    9   3 Luke 15   4   Redeemer
Luke   15   10   3 Luke 15   4   Redeemer
Luke   15   11   3 Luke 15   4   Teacher
Luke   15   12   3 Luke 15   3   Judge
Luke   15   13   3 Luke 15   4   Judge
Luke   15   14   3 Luke 15   4   Judge
Luke   15   15   3 Luke 15   4   Redeemer
Luke   15   16   3 Luke 15   5   Judge
Luke   15   17   3 Luke 15   4   Judge
Luke   15   18   3 Luke 15   4   Judge
Luke   15   19   3 Luke 15   4   Judge
Luke   15   20   3 Luke 15   4   Redeemer
Luke   15   21   3 Luke 15   4   Judge
Luke   15   22   3 Luke 15   4   Redeemer
Luke   15   23   3 Luke 15   4   Redeemer
Luke   15   24   3 Luke 15   4   Redeemer
Luke   15   25   3 Luke 15   4   Teacher
Luke   15   26   3 Luke 15   4   Teacher
Luke   15   27   3 Luke 15   4   Redeemer
Luke   15   28   3 Luke 15   4   Redeemer
Luke   15   29   3 Luke 15   4   Judge
Luke   15   30   3 Luke 15   4   Judge
Luke   15   31   3 Luke 15   4   Redeemer
Luke   15   32   3 Luke 15   4   Redeemer
Luke   16    1   3 Luke 16   4   Judge
Luke   16    2   3 Luke 16   4   Teacher
Luke   16    3   3 Luke 16   3   Judge
Luke   16    4   3 Luke 16   4   Judge
Luke   16    5   3 Luke 16   4   Judge
Luke   16    6   3 Luke 16   4   Judge
Luke   16    7   3 Luke 16   4   Judge
Luke   16    8   3 Luke 16   4   Judge
Luke   16    9   3 Luke 16   4   Redeemer
Luke   16   10   3 Luke 16   4   Judge
Luke   16   11   3 Luke 16   4   Judge
Luke   16   12   3 Luke 16   4   Judge
Luke   16   13   3 Luke 16   5   Judge
Luke   16   15   3 Luke 16   5   Judge
Luke   16   16   3 Luke 16   5   Judge
Luke   16   17   3 Luke 16   3   Judge
Luke   16   18   3 Luke 16   5   Judge
Luke   16   19   3 Luke 16   4   Teacher
Luke   16   20   3 Luke 16   4   Teacher
Luke   16   21   3 Luke 16   4   Judge
Luke   16   22   3 Luke 16   4   Judge
Luke   16   23   3 Luke 16   4   Redeemer
Luke   16   24   3 Luke 16   3   Redeemer
Luke   16   25   3 Luke 16   4   Redeemer
Luke   16   26   3 Luke 16   3   Judge
Luke   16   27   3 Luke 16   4   Redeemer
Luke   16   28   3 Luke 16   4   Redeemer
Luke   16   29   3 Luke 16   4   Teacher
Luke   16   30   3 Luke 16   4   Redeemer
Luke   16   31   3 Luke 16   4   Judge
Luke   17    1   3 Luke 17   5   Judge
Luke   17    2   3 Luke 17   5   Judge
Luke   17    3   3 Luke 17   3   Judge
Luke   17    4   3 Luke 17   4   Redeemer
Luke   17    6   3 Luke 17   5   Redeemer
Luke   17    7   3 Luke 17   4   Teacher
Luke   17    8   3 Luke 17   4   Teacher
Luke   17    9   3 Luke 17   4   Teacher
Luke   17   10   3 Luke 17   4   Judge
Luke   17   14   3 Luke 17   4   Redeemer
Luke   17   17   3 Luke 17   4   Teacher
Luke   17   18   3 Luke 17   3   Judge
Luke   17   19   3 Luke 17   4   Redeemer
Luke   17   20   3 Luke 17   4   Redeemer
Luke   17   21   3 Luke 17   4   Redeemer
Luke   17   22   3 Luke 17   5   Judge
Luke   17   23   3 Luke 17   3   Judge
Luke   17   24   3 Luke 17   4   Redeemer
Luke   17   25   3 Luke 17   4   Judge
Luke   17   26   3 Luke 17   4   Redeemer
Luke   17   27   3 Luke 17   3   Judge
Luke   17   28   3 Luke 17   3   Judge
Luke   17   29   3 Luke 17   3   Judge
Luke   17   30   3 Luke 17   4   Redeemer
Luke   17   31   3 Luke 17   3   Judge
Luke   17   32   3 Luke 17   4   Redeemer
Luke   17   33   3 Luke 17   5   Redeemer
Luke   17   34   3 Luke 17   3   Judge
Luke   17   35   3 Luke 17   3   Judge
Luke   17   36   3 Luke 17   3   Judge
Luke   17   37   3 Luke 17   3   Judge
Luke   18    2   3 Luke 18   4   Teacher
Luke   18    3   3 Luke 18   4   Redeemer
Luke   18    4   3 Luke 18   4   Judge
Luke   18    5   3 Luke 18   3   Judge
Luke   18    6   3 Luke 18   4   Teacher
Luke   18    7   3 Luke 18   5   Redeemer
Luke   18    8   3 Luke 18   3   Judge
Luke   18   10   3 Luke 18   4   Teacher
Luke   18   11   3 Luke 18   4   Redeemer
Luke   18   12   3 Luke 18   4   Redeemer
Luke   18   13   3 Luke 18   4   Redeemer
Luke   18   14   3 Luke 18   5   Judge
Luke   18   16   3 Luke 18   4   Redeemer
Luke   18   17   3 Luke 18   4   Judge
Luke   18   19   3 Luke 18   4   Redeemer
Luke   18   20   3 Luke 18   3   Judge
Luke   18   22   3 Luke 18   5   Redeemer
Luke   18   24   3 Luke 18   3   Judge
Luke   18   25   3 Luke 18   3   Judge
Luke   18   27   3 Luke 18   6   Redeemer
Luke   18   29   3 Luke 18   3   Judge
Luke   18   30   3 Luke 18   4   Redeemer
Luke   18   31   3 Luke 18   4   Servant
Luke   18   32   3 Luke 18   4   Servant
Luke   18   33   3 Luke 18   4   Redeemer
Luke   18   41   3 Luke 18   4   Teacher
Luke   18   42   3 Luke 18   4   Redeemer
Luke   19    5   3 Luke 19   4   Redeemer
Luke   19    9   3 Luke 19   4   Redeemer
Luke   19   10   3 Luke 19   5   Redeemer
Luke   19   12   3 Luke 19   4   Redeemer
Luke   19   13   3 Luke 19   4   Redeemer
Luke   19   14   3 Luke 19   4   Judge
Luke   19   15   3 Luke 19   4   Teacher
Luke   19   16   3 Luke 19   4   Redeemer
Luke   19   17   3 Luke 19   4   Redeemer
Luke   19   18   3 Luke 19   4   Redeemer
Luke   19   19   3 Luke 19   4   Redeemer
Luke   19   20   3 Luke 19   4   Redeemer
Luke   19   21   3 Luke 19   4   Judge
Luke   19   22   3 Luke 19   5   Judge
Luke   19   23   3 Luke 19   4   Teacher
Luke   19   24   3 Luke 19   3   Judge
Luke   19   25   3 Luke 19   3   Judge
Luke   19   26   3 Luke 19   5   Judge
Luke   19   27   3 Luke 19   3   Judge
Luke   19   30   3 Luke 19   4   Redeemer
Luke   19   31   3 Luke 19   4   Teacher
Luke   19   40   3 Luke 19   4   Redeemer
Luke   19   42   3 Luke 19   5   Judge
Luke   19   43   3 Luke 19   3   Judge
Luke   19   44   3 Luke 19   3   Judge
Luke   19   46   3 Luke 19   4   Judge
Luke   20    3   3 Luke 20   4   Teacher
Luke   20    4   3 Luke 20   4   Teacher
Luke   20    8   3 Luke 20   4   Judge
Luke   20    9   3 Luke 20   4   Redeemer
Luke   20   10   3 Luke 20   3   Judge
Luke   20   11   3 Luke 20   3   Judge
Luke   20   12   3 Luke 20   3   Judge
Luke   20   13   3 Luke 20   4   Redeemer
Luke   20   14   3 Luke 20   3   Judge
Luke   20   15   3 Luke 20   3   Judge
Luke   20   16   3 Luke 20   3   Judge
Luke   20   17   3 Luke 20   4   Redeemer
Luke   20   18   3 Luke 20   3   Judge
Luke   20   24   3 Luke 20   3   Judge
Luke   20   25   3 Luke 20   3   Judge
Luke   20   34   3 Luke 20   4   Teacher
Luke   20   35   3 Luke 20   5   Judge
Luke   20   36   3 Luke 20   5   Redeemer
Luke   20   37   3 Luke 20   5   Redeemer
Luke   20   38   3 Luke 20   4   Redeemer
Luke   20   41   3 Luke 20   4   Teacher
Luke   20   42   3 Luke 20   4   Redeemer
Luke   20   43   3 Luke 20   3   Judge
Luke   20   44   3 Luke 20   4   Teacher
Luke   20   46   3 Luke 20   3   Judge
Luke   20   47   3 Luke 20   3   Judge
Luke   21    3   3 Luke 21   4   Teacher
Luke   21    4   3 Luke 21   4   Redeemer
Luke   21    6   3 Luke 21   3   Judge
Luke   21    8   3 Luke 21   3   Judge
Luke   21    9   3 Luke 21   3   Judge
Luke   21   10   3 Luke 21   3   Judge
Luke   21   11   3 Luke 21   3   Judge
Luke   21   12   3 Luke 21   4   Judge
Luke   21   13   3 Luke 21   4   Redeemer
Luke   21   14   3 Luke 21   5   Redeemer
Luke   21   15   3 Luke 21   4   Redeemer
Luke   21   16   3 Luke 21   4   Servant
Luke   21   17   3 Luke 21   4   Judge
Luke   21   18   3 Luke 21   6   Redeemer
Luke   21   19   3 Luke 21   4   Redeemer
Luke   21   20   3 Luke 21   3   Judge
Luke   21   21   3 Luke 21   3   Judge
Luke   21   22   3 Luke 21   3   Judge
Luke   21   23   3 Luke 21   3   Judge
Luke   21   24   3 Luke 21   3   Judge
Luke   21   25   3 Luke 21   3   Judge
Luke   21   26   3 Luke 21   3   Judge
Luke   21   27   3 Luke 21   4   Redeemer
Luke   21   28   3 Luke 21   4   Redeemer
Luke   21   29   3 Luke 21   4   Redeemer
Luke   21   30   3 Luke 21   4   Teacher
Luke   21   31   3 Luke 21   3   Judge
Luke   21   32   3 Luke 21   4   Redeemer
Luke   21   33   3 Luke 21   4   Redeemer
Luke   21   34   3 Luke 21   4   Judge
Luke   21   35   3 Luke 21   3   Judge
Luke   21   36   3 Luke 21   4   Redeemer
Luke   22    8   3 Luke 22   4   Redeemer
Luke   22   10   3 Luke 22   4   Teacher
Luke   22   11   3 Luke 22   4   Redeemer
Luke   22   12   3 Luke 22   4   Redeemer
Luke   22   15   3 Luke 22   4   Servant
Luke   22   16   3 Luke 22   4   Servant
Luke   22   17   3 Luke 22   4   Servant
Luke   22   18   3 Luke 22   4   Servant
Luke   22   19   3 Luke 22   4   Servant
Luke   22   20   3 Luke 22   4   Servant
Luke   22   21   3 Luke 22   4   Servant
Luke   22   22   3 Luke 22   4   Servant
Luke   22   25   3 Luke 22   3   Judge
Luke   22   26   3 Luke 22   5   Judge
Luke   22   27   3 Luke 22   5   Judge
Luke   22   28   3 Luke 22   4   Redeemer
Luke   22   29   3 Luke 22   4   Redeemer
Luke   22   30   3 Luke 22   4   Redeemer
Luke   22   31   3 Luke 22   4   Judge
Luke   22   32   3 Luke 22   4   Redeemer
Luke   22   34   3 Luke 22   4   Judge
Luke   22   35   3 Luke 22   4   Teacher
Luke   22   36   3 Luke 22   3   Judge
Luke   22   37   3 Luke 22   4   Servant
Luke   22   38   3 Luke 22   4   Teacher
Luke   22   40   3 Luke 22   4   Redeemer
Luke   22   42   3 Luke 22   4   Servant
Luke   22   46   3 Luke 22   4   Teacher
Luke   22   48   3 Luke 22   4   Servant
Luke   22   51   3 Luke 22   4   Teacher
Luke   22   52   3 Luke 22   4   Teacher
Luke   22   53   3 Luke 22   4   Redeemer
Luke   22   67   3 Luke 22   4   Judge
Luke   22   68   3 Luke 22   4   Judge
Luke   22   69   3 Luke 22   4   Redeemer
Luke   22   70   3 Luke 22   4   Redeemer
Luke   23    3   3 Luke 23   4   Redeemer
Luke   23   28   3 Luke 23   4   Judge
Luke   23   29   3 Luke 23   3   Judge
Luke   23   30   3 Luke 23   3   Judge
Luke   23   31   3 Luke 23   3   Judge
Luke   23   34   3 Luke 23   4   Redeemer
Luke   23   43   3 Luke 23   4   Teacher
Luke   23   46   3 Luke 23   4   Redeemer
Luke   24   17   3 Luke 24   4   Teacher
Luke   24   19   3 Luke 24   4   Teacher
Luke   24   25   3 Luke 24   3   Judge
Luke   24   26   3 Luke 24   4   Servant
Luke   24   36   3 Luke 24   3   Redeemer
Luke   24   38   3 Luke 24   4   Teacher
Luke   24   39   3 Luke 24   4   Servant
Luke   24   41   3 Luke 24   4   Redeemer
Luke   24   44   3 Luke 24   4   Servant
Luke   24   46   3 Luke 24   4   Servant
Luke   24   47   3 Luke 24   5   Judge
Luke   24   48   3 Luke 24   4   Redeemer
Luke   24   49   3 Luke 24   4   Redeemer
John    1   38   4 John 01   4   Teacher
John    1   39   4 John 01   4   Redeemer
John    1   42   4 John 01   4   Redeemer
John    1   43   4 John 01   4   Redeemer
John    1   47   4 John 01   4   Redeemer
John    1   48   4 John 01   4   Redeemer
John    1   50   4 John 01   5   Redeemer
John    1   51   4 John 01   4   Servant
John    2    4   4 John 02   4   Teacher
John    2    7   4 John 02   3   Judge
John    2    8   4 John 02   3   Judge
John    2   16   4 John 02   3   Judge
John    2   19   4 John 02   4   Redeemer
John    3    3   4 John 03   4   Redeemer
John    3    5   4 John 03   5   Judge
John    3    6   4 John 03   4   Teacher
John    3    7   4 John 03   4   Teacher
John    3    8   4 John 03   4   Redeemer
John    3   10   4 John 03   3   Judge
John    3   11   4 John 03   4   Redeemer
John    3   12   4 John 03   4   Teacher
John    3   13   4 John 03   4   Servant
John    3   14   4 John 03   4   Servant
John    3   15   4 John 03   4   Redeemer
John    3   16   4 John 03   4   Redeemer
John    3   17   4 John 03   5   Redeemer
John    3   18   4 John 03   3   Judge
John    3   19   4 John 03   5   Judge
John    3   20   4 John 03   5   Judge
John    3   21   4 John 03   4   Redeemer
John    4    7   4 John 04   4   Redeemer
John    4   10   4 John 04   4   Redeemer
John    4   13   4 John 04   4   Judge
John    4   14   4 John 04   4   Redeemer
John   4   16   4 John 04   4   Redeemer
John   4   17   4 John 04   4   Redeemer
John   4   18   4 John 04   4   Redeemer
John   4   21   4 John 04   4   Redeemer
John   4   22   4 John 04   3   Judge
John   4   23   4 John 04   4   Redeemer
John   4   24   4 John 04   4   Redeemer
John   4   26   4 John 04   4   Redeemer
John   4   32   4 John 04   4   Servant
John   4   34   4 John 04   4   Servant
John   4   35   4 John 04   4   Redeemer
John   4   36   4 John 04   4   Redeemer
John   4   37   4 John 04   4   Redeemer
John   4   38   4 John 04   4   Redeemer
John   4   48   4 John 04   3   Judge
John   4   50   4 John 04   4   Redeemer
John   4   53   4 John 04   4   Redeemer
John   5    6   4 John 05   4   Teacher
John   5    8   4 John 05   4   Redeemer
John   5   14   4 John 05   4   Redeemer
John   5   17   4 John 05   4   Redeemer
John   5   19   4 John 05   4   Redeemer
John   5   20   4 John 05   4   Redeemer
John   5   21   4 John 05   5   Redeemer
John   5   22   4 John 05   4   Redeemer
John   5   23   4 John 05   4   Judge
John   5   24   4 John 05   4   Redeemer
John   5   25   4 John 05   5   Redeemer
John   5   26   4 John 05   4   Redeemer
John   5   27   4 John 05   4   Redeemer
John   5   28   4 John 05   5   Redeemer
John   5   29   4 John 05   3   Judge
John   5   30   4 John 05   4   Servant
John   5   31   4 John 05   4   Redeemer
John   5   32   4 John 05   4   Redeemer
John   5   33   4 John 05   4   Redeemer
John   5   34   4 John 05   4   Redeemer
John   5   35   4 John 05   4   Redeemer
John   5   36   4 John 05   4   Redeemer
John   5   37   4 John 05   4   Redeemer
John   5   38   4 John 05   3   Judge
John   5   39   4 John 05   4   Redeemer
John   5   40   4 John 05   3   Judge
John   5   41   4 John 05   4   Judge
John   5   42   4 John 05   3   Judge
John   5   43   4 John 05   4   Redeemer
John   5   44   4 John 05   3   Judge
John   5   45   4 John 05   3   Judge
John   5   46   4 John 05   4   Judge
John   5   47   4 John 05   4   Judge
John   6    5   4 John 06   4   Redeemer
John   6   10   4 John 06   4   Redeemer
John   6   12   4 John 06   4   Redeemer
John   6   20   4 John 06   5   Redeemer
John   6   26   4 John 06   4   Redeemer
John   6   27   4 John 06   4   Redeemer
John   6   29   4 John 06   5   Redeemer
John   6   32   4 John 06   4   Redeemer
John   6   33   4 John 06   6   Redeemer
John   6   35   4 John 06   4   Servant
John   6   36   4 John 06   4   Judge
John   6   37   4 John 06   4   Redeemer
John   6   38   4 John 06   4   Servant
John   6   39   4 John 06   5   Redeemer
John   6   40   4 John 06   4   Redeemer
John   6   41   4 John 06   4   Servant
John   6   43   4 John 06   4   Teacher
John   6   44   4 John 06   5   Redeemer
John   6   45   4 John 06   4   Redeemer
John   6   46   4 John 06   4   Redeemer
John   6   47   4 John 06   4   Redeemer
John   6   48   4 John 06   4   Servant
John   6   49   4 John 06   3   Judge
John   6   50   4 John 06   4   Servant
John   6   51   4 John 06   4   Servant
John   6   53   4 John 06   4   Servant
John   6   54   4 John 06   4   Servant
John   6   55   4 John 06   4   Servant
John   6   56   4 John 06   4   Servant
John   6   57   4 John 06   4   Servant
John   6   58   4 John 06   4   Redeemer
John   6   61   4 John 06   4   Teacher
John   6   62   4 John 06   4   Servant
John   6   63   4 John 06   4   Teacher
John   6   64   4 John 06   3   Judge
John   6   65   4 John 06   4   Redeemer
John   6   67   4 John 06   3   Judge
John   6   70   4 John 06   3   Judge
John   7    6   4 John 07   4   Judge
John   7    7   4 John 07   4   Redeemer
John   7    8   4 John 07   3   Judge
John   7   16   4 John 07   4   Servant
John   7   17   4 John 07   4   Teacher
John   7   18   4 John 07   4   Redeemer
John   7   19   4 John 07   4   Servant
John   7   21   4 John 07   3   Judge
John   7   22   4 John 07   4   Redeemer
John   7   23   4 John 07   4   Teacher
John   7   24   4 John 07   5   Judge
John   7   28   4 John 07   4   Servant
John   7   29   4 John 07   4   Servant
John   7   33   4 John 07   4   Servant
John   7   34   4 John 07   4   Servant
John   7   37   4 John 07   4   Redeemer
John   7   38   4 John 07   5   Redeemer
John   8    7   4 John 08   4   Judge
John   8   10   4 John 08   4   Teacher
John   8   11   4 John 08   4   Redeemer
John   8   12   4 John 08   4   Redeemer
John   8   14   4 John 08   4   Redeemer
John   8   15   4 John 08   5   Judge
John   8   16   4 John 08   4   Servant
John   8   17   4 John 08   4   Redeemer
John   8   18   4 John 08   4   Redeemer
John   8   19   4 John 08   4   Judge
John   8   21   4 John 08   4   Judge
John   8   23   4 John 08   3   Judge
John   8   24   4 John 08   5   Redeemer
John   8   25   4 John 08   4   Teacher
John   8   26   4 John 08   4   Redeemer
John   8   28   4 John 08   4   Servant
John   8   29   4 John 08   4   Servant
John   8   31   4 John 08   4   Redeemer
John   8   32   4 John 08   4   Redeemer
John   8   34   4 John 08   4   Judge
John   8   35   4 John 08   5   Redeemer
John   8   36   4 John 08   4   Redeemer
John   8   37   4 John 08   4   Servant
John   8   38   4 John 08   4   Redeemer
John   8   39   4 John 08   3   Judge
John   8   40   4 John 08   4   Servant
John   8   41   4 John 08   3   Judge
John   8   42   4 John 08   4   Servant
John   8   43   4 John 08   4   Teacher
John   8   44   4 John 08   3   Judge
John   8   45   4 John 08   4   Redeemer
John   8   46   4 John 08   4   Teacher
John   8   47   4 John 08   3   Judge
John   8   49   4 John 08   4   Judge
John   8   50   4 John 08   4   Redeemer
John   8   51   4 John 08   4   Redeemer
John    8   54   4 John 08   4   Redeemer
John    8   55   4 John 08   4   Servant
John    8   56   4 John 08   4   Redeemer
John    8   58   4 John 08   4   Redeemer
John    9    3   4 John 09   4   Redeemer
John    9    4   4 John 09   4   Servant
John    9    5   4 John 09   4   Redeemer
John    9    7   4 John 09   4   Redeemer
John    9   35   4 John 09   5   Redeemer
John    9   37   4 John 09   4   Redeemer
John    9   39   4 John 09   5   Judge
John    9   41   4 John 09   4   Judge
John   10    1   4 John 10   4   Judge
John   10    2   4 John 10   4   Teacher
John   10    3   4 John 10   4   Redeemer
John   10    4   4 John 10   4   Redeemer
John   10    5   4 John 10   4   Judge
John   10    7   4 John 10   4   Redeemer
John   10    8   4 John 10   4   Judge
John   10    9   4 John 10   4   Redeemer
John   10   10   4 John 10   4   Redeemer
John   10   11   4 John 10   4   Redeemer
John   10   12   4 John 10   3   Judge
John   10   13   4 John 10   4   Judge
John   10   14   4 John 10   4   Redeemer
John   10   15   4 John 10   4   Servant
John   10   16   4 John 10   4   Redeemer
John   10   17   4 John 10   4   Servant
John   10   18   4 John 10   4   Servant
John   10   25   4 John 10   4   Redeemer
John   10   26   4 John 10   3   Judge
John   10   27   4 John 10   4   Redeemer
John   10   28   4 John 10   4   Redeemer
John   10   29   4 John 10   4   Redeemer
John   10   30   4 John 10   4   Redeemer
John   10   32   4 John 10   4   Judge
John   10   34   4 John 10   3   Judge
John   10   35   4 John 10   3   Judge
John   10   36   4 John 10   4   Servant
John   10   37   4 John 10   4   Teacher
John   10   38   4 John 10   3   Judge
John   11    4   4 John 11   4   Redeemer
John   11    7   4 John 11   3   Judge
John   11    9   4 John 11   4   Redeemer
John   11   10   4 John 11   5   Judge
John   11   11   4 John 11   4   Redeemer
John   11   14   4 John 11   4   Teacher
John   11   15   4 John 11   5   Redeemer
John   11   23   4 John 11   4   Redeemer
John   11   25   4 John 11   5   Redeemer
John   11   26   4 John 11   4   Redeemer
John   11   34   4 John 11   4   Teacher
John   11   39   4 John 11   4   Redeemer
John   11   40   4 John 11   4   Redeemer
John   11   41   4 John 11   4   Redeemer
John   11   42   4 John 11   4   Redeemer
John   11   43   4 John 11   4   Redeemer
John   11   44   4 John 11   4   Redeemer
John   12    7   4 John 12   4   Redeemer
John   12    8   4 John 12   4   Servant
John   12   23   4 John 12   4   Redeemer
John   12   24   4 John 12   4   Teacher
John   12   25   4 John 12   4   Redeemer
John   12   26   4 John 12   4   Redeemer
John   12   27   4 John 12   4   Redeemer
John   12   28   4 John 12   4   Redeemer
John   12   30   4 John 12   4   Redeemer
John   12   31   4 John 12   3   Judge
John   12   32   4 John 12   4   Servant
John   12   35   4 John 12   5   Judge
John   12   36   4 John 12   5   Redeemer
John   12   44   4 John 12   5   Redeemer
John   12   45   4 John 12   4   Redeemer
John   12   46   4 John 12   5   Redeemer
John   12   47   4 John 12   5   Redeemer
John   12   48   4 John 12   3   Judge
John   12   49   4 John 12   4   Servant
John   12   50   4 John 12   4   Redeemer
John   13    7   4 John 13   4   Redeemer
John   13    8   4 John 13   4   Redeemer
John   13   10   4 John 13   4   Teacher
John   13   11   4 John 13   3   Judge
John   13   12   4 John 13   4   Redeemer
John   13   13   4 John 13   4   Teacher
John   13   14   4 John 13   4   Redeemer
John   13   15   4 John 13   4   Redeemer
John   13   16   4 John 13   5   Judge
John   13   17   4 John 13   4   Redeemer
John   13   18   4 John 13   4   Servant
John   13   19   4 John 13   5   Redeemer
John   13   20   4 John 13   4   Servant
John   13   21   4 John 13   4   Servant
John   13   26   4 John 13   4   Servant
John   13   27   4 John 13   4   Servant
John   13   31   4 John 13   4   Redeemer
John   13   32   4 John 13   4   Redeemer
John   13   33   4 John 13   4   Servant
John   13   34   4 John 13   3   Judge
John   13   35   4 John 13   5   Redeemer
John   13   36   4 John 13   4   Servant
John   13   38   4 John 13   4   Judge
John   14    1   4 John 14   5   Redeemer
John   14    2   4 John 14   5   Redeemer
John   14    3   4 John 14   4   Redeemer
John   14    4   4 John 14   4   Redeemer
John   14    6   4 John 14   4   Redeemer
John   14    7   4 John 14   4   Redeemer
John   14    9   4 John 14   4   Redeemer
John   14   10   4 John 14   5   Redeemer
John   14   11   4 John 14   5   Redeemer
John   14   12   4 John 14   5   Redeemer
John   14   13   4 John 14   4   Redeemer
John   14   14   4 John 14   4   Redeemer
John   14   15   4 John 14   5   Redeemer
John   14   16   4 John 14   4   Redeemer
John   14   17   4 John 14   4   Redeemer
John   14   18   4 John 14   4   Redeemer
John   14   19   4 John 14   4   Servant
John   14   20   4 John 14   4   Redeemer
John   14   21   4 John 14   4   Redeemer
John   14   23   4 John 14   4   Redeemer
John   14   24   4 John 14   4   Servant
John   14   25   4 John 14   4   Teacher
John   14   26   4 John 14   4   Redeemer
John   14   27   4 John 14   5   Redeemer
John   14   28   4 John 14   4   Redeemer
John   14   29   4 John 14   5   Redeemer
John   14   30   4 John 14   3   Judge
John   14   31   4 John 14   4   Servant
John   15    1   4 John 15   4   Redeemer
John   15    2   4 John 15   4   Redeemer
John   15    3   4 John 15   4   Redeemer
John   15    4   4 John 15   5   Redeemer
John   15    5   4 John 15   4   Redeemer
John   15    6   4 John 15   5   Redeemer
John   15    7   4 John 15   5   Redeemer
John   15    8   4 John 15   4   Redeemer
John   15    9   4 John 15   5   Redeemer
John   15   10   4 John 15   4   Redeemer
John   15   11   4 John 15   4   Redeemer
John   15   12   4 John 15   3   Judge
John   15   13   4 John 15   4   Servant
John   15   14   4 John 15   4   Redeemer
John   15   15   4 John 15   4   Teacher
John   15   16   4 John 15   4   Redeemer
John   15   17   4 John 15   3   Judge
John   15   18   4 John 15   4   Judge
John   15   19   4 John 15   4   Judge
John   15   20   4 John 15   4   Judge
John   15   21   4 John 15   4   Judge
John   15   22   4 John 15   3   Judge
John   15   23   4 John 15   5   Judge
John   15   24   4 John 15   3   Judge
John   15   25   4 John 15   4   Servant
John   15   26   4 John 15   4   Redeemer
John   15   27   4 John 15   4   Redeemer
John   16    1   4 John 16   4   Teacher
John   16    2   4 John 16   4   Judge
John   16    3   4 John 16   4   Judge
John   16    4   4 John 16   4   Redeemer
John   16    5   4 John 16   4   Servant
John   16    6   4 John 16   4   Judge
John   16    7   4 John 16   4   Redeemer
John   16    8   4 John 16   4   Redeemer
John   16    9   4 John 16   3   Judge
John   16   10   4 John 16   4   Servant
John   16   11   4 John 16   4   Redeemer
John   16   12   4 John 16   4   Teacher
John   16   13   4 John 16   4   Redeemer
John   16   14   4 John 16   4   Redeemer
John   16   15   4 John 16   4   Redeemer
John   16   16   4 John 16   4   Redeemer
John   16   19   4 John 16   4   Redeemer
John   16   20   4 John 16   4   Judge
John   16   21   4 John 16   4   Redeemer
John   16   22   4 John 16   4   Redeemer
John   16   23   4 John 16   4   Redeemer
John   16   24   4 John 16   4   Redeemer
John   16   25   4 John 16   4   Redeemer
John   16   26   4 John 16   4   Redeemer
John   16   27   4 John 16   5   Redeemer
John   16   28   4 John 16   4   Servant
John   16   31   4 John 16   5   Redeemer
John   16   32   4 John 16   3   Judge
John   16   33   4 John 16   4   Judge
John   17    1   4 John 17   4   Redeemer
John   17    2   4 John 17   4   Redeemer
John   17    3   4 John 17   4   Redeemer
John   17    4   4 John 17   4   Redeemer
John   17    5   4 John 17   4   Redeemer
John   17    6   4 John 17   4   Redeemer
John   17    7   4 John 17   4   Redeemer
John   17    8   4 John 17   5   Redeemer
John   17    9   4 John 17   4   Redeemer
John   17   10   4 John 17   4   Redeemer
John   17   11   4 John 17   4   Redeemer
John   17   12   4 John 17   4   Servant
John   17   13   4 John 17   4   Redeemer
John   17   14   4 John 17   4   Redeemer
John   17   15   4 John 17   4   Redeemer
John   17   16   4 John 17   4   Redeemer
John   17   17   4 John 17   4   Redeemer
John   17   18   4 John 17   4   Servant
John   17   19   4 John 17   4   Redeemer
John   17   20   4 John 17   5   Redeemer
John   17   21   4 John 17   5   Redeemer
John   17   22   4 John 17   4   Redeemer
John   17   23   4 John 17   4   Servant
John   17   24   4 John 17   4   Redeemer
John   17   25   4 John 17   4   Servant
John   17   26   4 John 17   5   Redeemer
John   18    4   4 John 18   4   Teacher
John   18    5   4 John 18   4   Redeemer
John   18    7   4 John 18   4   Teacher
John   18    8   4 John 18   4   Redeemer
John   18   11   4 John 18   4   Servant
John   18   20   4 John 18   4   Teacher
John   18   21   4 John 18   4   Teacher
John   18   23   4 John 18   4   Teacher
John   18   34   4 John 18   4   Teacher
John   18   36   4 John 18   4   Servant
John   18   37   4 John 18   4   Redeemer
John   19   11   4 John 19   4   Judge
John   19   26   4 John 19   5   Redeemer
John   19   27   4 John 19   5   Redeemer
John   19   28   4 John 19   4   Judge
John   19   30   4 John 19   4   Teacher
John   20   15   4 John 20   4   Teacher
John   20   16   4 John 20   4   Redeemer
John   20   17   4 John 20   4   Servant
John   20   19   4 John 20   3   Redeemer
John   20   21   4 John 20   3   Redeemer
John   20   22   4 John 20   4   Redeemer
John   20   23   4 John 20   4   Redeemer
John   20   26   4 John 20   3   Redeemer
John   20   27   4 John 20   4   Redeemer
John   20   29   4 John 20   4   Redeemer
John   21    5   4 John 21   4   Redeemer
John   21    6   4 John 21   4   Redeemer
John   21   10   4 John 21   4   Redeemer
John   21   12   4 John 21   4   Redeemer
John   21   15   4 John 21   4   Redeemer
John   21   16   4 John 21   4   Redeemer
John   21   17   4 John 21   4   Redeemer
John   21   18   4 John 21   4   Judge
John   21   19   4 John 21   4   Redeemer
John   21   22   4 John 21   4   Redeemer
Row Labels     Max of Stage Average of Stage Min of Stage    Place          Max
1 Matthew 03            4.00              4.00        4.00   1 Matthew 03         4.00
1 Matthew 04            5.00              4.00        3.00   1 Matthew 04         5.00
1 Matthew 05            6.00              4.48        3.00   1 Matthew 05         6.00
1 Matthew 06            6.00              4.74        3.00   1 Matthew 06         6.00
1 Matthew 07            6.00              4.26        3.00   1 Matthew 07         6.00
1 Matthew 08            5.00              4.09        3.00   1 Matthew 08         5.00
1 Matthew 09            5.00              3.94        3.00   1 Matthew 09         5.00
1 Matthew 10            6.00              4.18        3.00   1 Matthew 10         6.00
1 Matthew 11            5.00              3.88        3.00   1 Matthew 11         5.00
1 Matthew 12            5.00              3.53        3.00   1 Matthew 12         5.00
1 Matthew 13            6.00              3.72        3.00   1 Matthew 13         6.00
1 Matthew 14            5.00              4.20        4.00   1 Matthew 14         5.00
1 Matthew 15            5.00              3.95        3.00   1 Matthew 15         5.00
1 Matthew 16            5.00              3.84        3.00   1 Matthew 16         5.00
1 Matthew 17            5.00              4.00        3.00   1 Matthew 17         5.00
1 Matthew 18            5.00              4.22        3.00   1 Matthew 18         5.00
1 Matthew 19            6.00              4.44        3.00   1 Matthew 19         6.00
1 Matthew 20            5.00              4.08        3.00   1 Matthew 20         5.00
1 Matthew 21            5.00              3.69        3.00   1 Matthew 21         5.00
1 Matthew 22            5.00              3.72        3.00   1 Matthew 22         5.00
1 Matthew 23            5.00              3.45        3.00   1 Matthew 23         5.00
1 Matthew 24            5.00              3.55        3.00   1 Matthew 24         5.00
1 Matthew 25            5.00              3.96        3.00   1 Matthew 25         5.00
1 Matthew 26            4.00              3.94        3.00   1 Matthew 26         4.00
1 Matthew 27            4.00              4.00        4.00   1 Matthew 27         4.00
1 Matthew 28            5.00              4.20        4.00   1 Matthew 28         5.00
2 Mark 01               5.00              4.17        4.00   2 Mark 01            5.00
2 Mark 02               6.00              4.00        3.00   2 Mark 02            6.00
2 Mark 03               5.00              3.85        3.00   2 Mark 03            5.00
2 Mark 04               6.00              4.03        3.00   2 Mark 04            6.00
2 Mark 05               5.00              4.00        3.00   2 Mark 05            5.00
2 Mark 06               5.00              4.29        4.00   2 Mark 06            5.00
2 Mark 07               5.00              4.05        3.00   2 Mark 07            5.00
2 Mark 08               5.00              3.80        3.00   2 Mark 08            5.00
2 Mark 09               5.00              4.40        3.00   2 Mark 09            5.00
2 Mark 10               6.00              4.21        3.00   2 Mark 10            6.00
2 Mark 11               5.00              4.36        4.00   2 Mark 11            5.00
2 Mark 12               5.00              3.67        3.00   2 Mark 12            5.00
2 Mark 13               5.00              3.62        3.00   2 Mark 13            5.00
2 Mark 14               4.00              3.96        3.00   2 Mark 14            4.00
2 Mark 15               4.00              4.00        4.00   2 Mark 15            4.00
2 Mark 16               5.00              4.25        4.00   2 Mark 16            5.00
3 Luke 02               4.00              4.00        4.00   3 Luke 02            4.00
3 Luke 04               5.00              3.77        3.00   3 Luke 04            5.00
3 Luke 05     5.00   3.94   3.00   3 Luke 05   5.00
3 Luke 06     6.00   4.06   3.00   3 Luke 06   6.00
3 Luke 07     5.00   4.04   3.00   3 Luke 07   5.00
3 Luke 08     5.00   3.96   3.00   3 Luke 08   5.00
3 Luke 09     5.00   3.95   3.00   3 Luke 09   5.00
3 Luke 10     5.00   3.68   3.00   3 Luke 10   5.00
3 Luke 11     6.00   3.82   3.00   3 Luke 11   6.00
3 Luke 12     6.00   4.23   3.00   3 Luke 12   6.00
3 Luke 13     6.00   3.96   3.00   3 Luke 13   6.00
3 Luke 14     5.00   4.14   3.00   3 Luke 14   5.00
3 Luke 15     5.00   4.03   3.00   3 Luke 15   5.00
3 Luke 16     5.00   4.00   3.00   3 Luke 16   5.00
3 Luke 17     5.00   3.81   3.00   3 Luke 17   5.00
3 Luke 18     6.00   3.96   3.00   3 Luke 18   6.00
3 Luke 19     5.00   3.96   3.00   3 Luke 19   5.00
3 Luke 20     5.00   3.65   3.00   3 Luke 20   5.00
3 Luke 21     6.00   3.66   3.00   3 Luke 21   6.00
3 Luke 22     5.00   4.00   3.00   3 Luke 22   5.00
3 Luke 23     4.00   3.63   3.00   3 Luke 23   4.00
3 Luke 24     5.00   3.92   3.00   3 Luke 24   5.00
4 John 01     5.00   4.13   4.00   4 John 01   5.00
4 John 02     4.00   3.40   3.00   4 John 02   4.00
4 John 03     5.00   4.12   3.00   4 John 03   5.00
4 John 04     4.00   3.90   3.00   4 John 04   4.00
4 John 05     5.00   3.91   3.00   4 John 05   5.00
4 John 06     6.00   4.05   3.00   4 John 06   6.00
4 John 07     5.00   4.00   3.00   4 John 07   5.00
4 John 08     5.00   3.95   3.00   4 John 08   5.00
4 John 09     5.00   4.25   4.00   4 John 09   5.00
4 John 10     4.00   3.83   3.00   4 John 10   4.00
4 John 11     5.00   4.12   3.00   4 John 11   5.00
4 John 12     5.00   4.15   3.00   4 John 12   5.00
4 John 13     5.00   4.04   3.00   4 John 13   5.00
4 John 14     5.00   4.25   3.00   4 John 14   5.00
4 John 15     5.00   4.04   3.00   4 John 15   5.00
4 John 16     5.00   4.00   3.00   4 John 16   5.00
4 John 17     5.00   4.15   4.00   4 John 17   5.00
4 John 18     4.00   4.00   4.00   4 John 18   4.00
4 John 19     5.00   4.40   4.00   4 John 19   5.00
4 John 20     4.00   3.70   3.00   4 John 20   4.00
4 John 21     4.00   4.00   4.00   4 John 21   4.00
Grand Total   6.00   3.97   3.00
Min          Average
                          Jesus Speaking in the Gospels
      4.00        4.00    6.00
      3.00        4.00
      3.00        4.48    5.32
      3.00        4.74
                          4.65
      3.00        4.26
      3.00        4.09    3.97
      3.00        3.94
      3.00        4.18    3.30
      3.00        3.88    2.63
      3.00        3.53
      3.00        3.72    1.95   1 Matthew 03
                                 1 Matthew 07
                                 1 Matthew 11
                                 1 Matthew 15
                                 1 Matthew 19
                                 1 Matthew 23
                                 1 Matthew 27

                                    2 Mark 07



                                    3 Luke 05
                                    3 Luke 09
                                    3 Luke 13
                                    3 Luke 17
                                    3 Luke 21
                                     4 John 01
                                     4 John 05
                                    2 Mark 03

                                    2 Mark 11
                                    2 Mark 15
      4.00        4.20
      3.00        3.95
      3.00        3.84
      3.00        4.00
      3.00        4.22
      3.00        4.44
      3.00        4.08
      3.00        3.69   CHART Jesus in Gospels
      3.00        3.72   Maximum      6.00000
      3.00        3.45   Plus 3       5.99652
      3.00        3.55   Average      3.97472
      3.00        3.96                0.67393
                         Standard Deviation
      3.00        3.94   Minus 3      1.95291
      4.00        4.00   Minimum      3.00000
      4.00        4.20
      4.00        4.17
      3.00        4.00   VALUES Jesus in Gospels
      3.00        3.85   Minimum    3.0000
      3.00        4.03   Minus      3.6377
      3.00        4.00   Average    3.9747
      4.00        4.29   Plus       4.3117
      3.00        4.05   Maximum    6.0000
      3.00        3.80
      3.00        4.40
      3.00        4.21
      4.00        4.36
      3.00        3.67   STACKEDJesus in Gospels
      3.00        3.62   Minimum   3.00000
      3.00        3.96   Minus     0.63775
      4.00        4.00   Median    0.33697
      4.00        4.25   Plus      0.33697
      4.00        4.00   Maximum   1.68832
      3.00        3.77
3.00   3.94
3.00   4.06
3.00   4.04
3.00   3.96
3.00   3.95
3.00   3.68
3.00   3.82
3.00   4.23
3.00   3.96
3.00   4.14
3.00   4.03
3.00   4.00
3.00   3.81
3.00   3.96
3.00   3.96
3.00   3.65
3.00   3.66
3.00   4.00
3.00   3.63
3.00   3.92
4.00   4.13
3.00   3.40
3.00   4.12
3.00   3.90
3.00   3.91
3.00   4.05
3.00   4.00
3.00   3.95
4.00   4.25
3.00   3.83
3.00   4.12
3.00   4.15
3.00   4.04
3.00   4.25
3.00   4.04
3.00   4.00
4.00   4.15
4.00   4.00
4.00   4.40
3.00   3.70
4.00   4.00
4 John 05
4 John 09
4 John 13
4 John 17
4 John 21
        Jesus in    US
STACKED Gospels Presidents    Nobel Peace Prize   Compare Ranges
Minimum        3.00      2.00        3.00         7
Minus          0.64      1.45        0.65
Median         0.34      0.48        0.39         6
Plus           0.34      0.48        0.39
Maximum        1.69      1.58        2.57         5

                                                  4

Min             3.00       2.00        3.00       3
                3.64       3.45        3.65
Median          3.97       3.94        4.04       2
                4.31       4.42        4.43
                                                  1
Max             6.00       6.00        7.00            Jesus in Gospels   US Presidents

Stdev           0.67       0.97        0.78
US Presidents   Nobel Peace Prize

				
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