Gandhian thought and techniques in the modern world
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Gandhian thought and techniques in the modern world by S. C. Gangal

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Published by Criterion Publications in New Delhi .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Gandhi, Mahatma, 1869-1948 -- Philosophy.,
  • Gandhi, Mahatma, 1869-1948 -- Political and social views.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementS.C. Gangal.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDS"481"G3"G29"1988
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 187 p.
Number of Pages187
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21214603M
LC Control Number88-901470

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Contemporary Society Gandhian Appraisal [J.S. Mathur] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The present book is a collection of articles that were presented at various national and international fora by the eminent Gandhian scholar for the last fifty years. Professor Mathur has critically analysed various aspects of Gandhiji's Thought and techniques of social change.   Thus, the Gandhian model and the modern economy seem to be getting closer to each other. True to its title, the book will inspire social scientists, wherever they may be, for all . the Gandhian Philosophy of Conflict resolution and conflict resolution techniques, critically evaluates the Gandhian philosophy and come out with a universal a nd holistic idea o f conflict. Nageshwar Prasad (ed.) () Gandhi Historical and Contemporary perspectives,Segment Book Distributors. Gangal S.C () Gandhian Thought and Techniquesin the modern world, Criterion Publications. Ramashray Roy () Contemporary crisis and Gandhi, Discovery Pub. House. Ramashray Roy () Self and Society: a study in Gandhian thought, Sage.

Mahatma Gandhi’s life and thought can be of immense help in helping man recover respect for the sanctity of the world, humility towards human knowledge and restraint in human action. And, the need for recovering such respect, humility and restraint is certainly more urgent today than it was during the times when Mahatma Gandhi lived. Second, refuting positions that regard Gandhi as a “secular fundamentalist,” Jahanbegloo argues for the relevance of Gandhian politics in the contemporary Islamic world.1 Noting that Gandhi. Thought is defined by Webster’s Dictionary as “an idea or opinion produced by thinking or occurring suddenly in the mind.” Thought can be influenced by different geographic locations, cultures, customs, religions and beliefs. On opposite sides of the world geographically there are advantages thinking like both an Easterner and Westerner. Some of his notable publications are 'Economic Thought of Mahatma Gandhi', 'Ailing World and Gandhian Alternatives', 'Peace, Non-violence and World Order' and 'Indian Working Class Movement'. His article entitled 'World Order: Gandhi's Concepts and Contributions' finds place in the 'World Encyclopaedia of Peace' (Pergamon Press, ).