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Gandhi : Practical Idealism and Strategies of Inclusion

Edited by M.P. Dube

ISBN 10: 8182744989 / ISBN 13: 9788182744981
Published by Pentagon Press, 2011
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Contents Preface 1 IntroductionMP Dube 2 An approach to the concept of inclusion and exclusion in Gandhian thoughtTN Chaturvedi 3 Philosophical background of Gandhi?s thinkingRamashray Roy 4 History hope and agency identity and politics of inclusion-the Gandhian contextRam Krishna Mani Tripathi 5 Gandhian thought in the existentialist contextNaresh Dadhich 6 Concept of history in Hind Swaraj and War and PeaceMT Desai 7 Gandhian philosophy liberalism and liberalizationNalini Pant 8 Strategies and stratagems in Gandhian thoughtRamjee Singh 9 Mahatma Gandhi?s truth oriented idealismSurendra Kumar Verma 10 Relocating self-reliance and Swadeshi in he Neo-liberal context of globalizationAsha Kaushik 11 Gandhi and modern civilizationCP Barthwal 12 Civilizing modernity Gandhi in Hind SwarajChandakala Padia 13 Gandhian Ashrams laboratories for experiments with truth and non-violenceBM Sharma 14 Understanding GandhiJai Narain Sharma 15 War with violenceAshu Pasricha 16 Gandhi and artRaman P Sinha 17 Early Marxists and Gandhi three frameworks of MN Roy Lenin and GramsciSubrata Mukherjee 18 Gandh?s first political experiment in South AfricaArvind Kumar Yadav 19 Policy of social inclusion and social exclusion-Gandhian idea of development and strategiesManoj Dixit and DNNS Yadav 20 Gandhi-the great proponent of an inclusive societyKrishna Gupta 21 Relevance of Gandhian ideal democratic stateSaroj Malik 22 Globalization concept and natureAnil Dutta Mishra 23 Gandhism and contemporary world a study in its relevanceRS Yadav 24 Relevance of Gandhian strategy of conflict resolutionLeela Yadav 25 Gandhi Ambedkar and the alternative strategies for social inclusionSushma Yadav 26 Gandhi and womenShashi Rao 27 Gandhian approach to growth and developmentOm Prakash Dubey 28 Relevance of Gandhian truth and non-violence in modern timesBL Sah 29 Echoes of Mahatma GandhiJS Mathur 30 Non-violence-in-action-Gandhian alternative to warRP Mishra 31 Towards a culture of peaceRP Mishra Reference IndexWhat Gandhi did and stood for its and would remain the greatest living legacy of Gandhi to humanity His thought and actions were essentially all inclusive; they were intertwined in practical idealism and incorporation inclusion His stress on justice equality fairness equity human dignity and love for all beings demonstrates his commitment to inclusiveness Gandhi presents a moral map of history To him development of moral character was essential for freedom equality and universal happiness It has tobegin with self reform or Swaraj based on truth and non-violence On the basis of truth and non-violence he developed a technique for specific kind of political action known as Satyagraha which he extended to reach Sarvodaya He thought and worked for the whole humanity His emphasis on Daridranarayan Swadeshi voluntary poverty voluntary simplicity and slowness was in fact a virulent condemnation of modern civilization which was nothing less than an outright rejection of capitalism He set an example of amaging courage and fearless He strove to visualize India as community based on socio-economic and political justice and fraternity bonded together by love non-violence dignity of individual and of physical labour and a non-exploitative processes of productionAn in-depth study of Gandhian idealism and strategies of inclusion has been attempted in this book This outstanding book will be of great use to students and scholars of all fields as well as general readers social workers and green radicals 360 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 91434

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Publisher: Pentagon Press

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What Gandhi did and stood for is, and would remain, the greatest living legacy of Gandhi to humanity. His thought and actions were essentially all inclusive; they were intertwined in practical idealism and incorporation inclusion). His stress on justice, equality, fairness, equity, human dignity and love for all beings demonstrates his commitment to inclusiveness. Gandhi presents a moral map of history. To him, development of moral character was essential for freedom, equality and universal happiness. It has to begin with self-reform or Swaraj based on truth and non-violence. On the basis of truth and non-violence, he developed a technique for specific kind of political action, known as Satyagraha which he extended to reach Sarvodaya. He thought and worked for the whole humanity.

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