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Peace, Non-Violence and Gandhian Concerns / Jain, Vidya
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Peace, Non-Violence and Gandhian Concerns
Jain, Vidya
 
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  Book ID : 39057
  ISBN-10 : 81-316-0457-8 / 8131604578
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-316-0457-1 / 9788131604571
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2011
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  xx, 308p., Index, 23 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:-

I. Revisiting non-violence: Gandhian way:
1. Gandhi’s contribution to global non-violent awakening/Glenn D. Paige.
2. Towards a non-violent, non-killing and peaceful world: lessons from Gandhi/Neelakanta Radhakrishnan.
3. Gandhi’s non-violent power perspective: a comparative study/Ralph Summy.
4. Liberty and individualism in Gandhian perspective: implications for societies sustainability/Sudarshan Iyengar.
5. Mahatma Gandhi’s non-violence: the only way to peace/T.K.N. Unnithan.
6. Understanding Gandhi’s Ahimsa/Balwant Bhaneja.
7. Gandhian vision of world order/R.S. Yadav.
8. Gandhi’s approach to resolution of conflicts through non-cooperation/Manish Sharma.

II. Reinterpreting non-violence: Asia-Pacific context:
9. Practical non-violent responses to new forms of violence/A.T. Ariyaratne.
10. Revalidating Gandhi: non-violent action in the globalising India/Vidya Jain.
11. Global constitutionalism and Japan’s constitutional Pacifism/Akihiko Kimijima.
12. New media: the power of transnational non-violent politics/Selvarajah Senthan.

III. Reasserting non-violence: social context:
13. Hind Swaraj: a historical necessity/Nand Kishore Acharya.
14. Terrorism and the Gandhian perspective/Ramjee Singh.
15. Rethinking activism and engendering security/Bernedete Muthien.
16. The apotheosis of Mohandas Gandhi: Is going global going too far? And how can peace education respond?/John Synott.
17. Problematising modernity: Gandhi and Ecologism/Nishikant Kolge and N. Sreekumar.

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The twentieth century was the bloodiest century in history with two world wars and endless conflicts. The liberalization of trade has led the way to enslavement of people. The industrial/technological development, military supremacy, cultural hegemony and dehumanizing competition have endangered the very existence of human souls and mother nature. The phenomena of intolerance, terrorism and wars are inherent in globalization.

There is a strong need to create some sensitivity about the growing incidence of violence and new challenges to non-violence in different countries as well as developing an understanding of how to move to a peaceful world order of Gandhian vision. Today, Gandhi is relevant as he was never before. Gandhi is an apostle of peace, a man who lived and died for peace and non-violence. An effort to harmonize ecology, society, polity, economy, religion and technology with what Gandhi calls a law of life is essential. The present volume, therefore, attempts to share global understanding which will enable us to relive the legacy of non-violence and peace. The essays contained in this volume are inspired by a commitment to establish a culture of peace and strengthening the forces of non-violence throughout the globe. Each contributor has made in-depth analysis of theoretical understanding of Gandhian paradigm and empirical reality of different societies.

This interdisciplinary treatise will prove useful not only to Gandhian scholars but also draw attention of researchers, educationists, peace lovers and those engaged in non-violent action and conflict resolution all over the world.

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