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Mohandas K. Gandhi was an influential figure in the history of India and modern Indian political theory who gained international fame for his effective ideologies. Gandhi acknowledged traditional concepts and symbols but without reluctance introduced interpretations and ideas from foreign to Indian culture that shows the importance of Western humanism in his approach.
- Gandhi and modern political thought
- Pax Gandhiana: The political philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi
- Indian Political Thought: M.K. Gandhi
- The Moral and Political Thought of Mahatma Gandhi
In contrast to the existing literature on the subject, this book carries a context-driven conceptualization of the major strands of political thought that emerged in India in the past two centuries. It focuses on India's peculiar socio-political processes under colonialism that influenced the evolution of such thoughts. The distinguishing feature of this book is its linking of the text of Indian political thought with the context.
Gandhi and modern political thought
Gandhi was not a systematic political theorist in the sense that he did not intend to develop or formulate a coherent and comprehensive theory explaining or providing a normative framework for political institutions and forms of social organisation. This emphasis on nonviolence as a law and not only as a form of political action directly contradicts one of the central assumptions of modern political theory. This is the proper understanding of swaraj or self-rule as a central principle of Gandhian thought and practice. The state is the institutionalisation of the social contract, premised on the need to employ legitimate violence to contain or restrict the unconstrained violence of the state of nature, both domestically within societies and internationally between societies. Civil society, on the other hand, expresses the capacity of the people for self-rule, cooperatively and peacefully. The suggestion is that Gandhi rejects conventional interpretations of sovereignty, identified with the state in terms of its power to rule over individuals and communities, in favour of swaraj as this capacity for self-rule on the part of individuals and civil society.
Parel is covering a lot of ground in a very short space pages and should be read as very adroitly mapping out a territory. As a critical partisan of the Gandhi he finds, Parel is working in the mode of articulation. What he articulates is what he calls Pax Gandhiana, a mode of political being that he hopes is practical, but that is most decidedly more humane than what either Gandhi or Parel find at work in their respective worlds. It is not, because it cannot be, an order of absolute non-violence. Gandhi discusses and critiques the emerging order in familiar terms. Throughout his account, Parel shows how Gandhi persistently reclaimed and reinterpreted ideas from his own tradition and melded them with ideas — especially critical ones — inherited from the West.
Pax Gandhiana: The political philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi
Sign in Create an account. Syntax Advanced Search. Raghavan Iyer. Oxford University Press In this book, first published by OUP USA in , Professor Iyer elucidates the central concepts in the moral and political thought of Mahatma Gandhi, bringing out the subtlety, potency, and universal importance of his concepts of truth and non-violence, freedom and obligation, and his view of the relation between means and ends in politics.
Its main contention is that peace cannot be achieved by politics alone. Peace requires the confluence of the four canonical ends of life: politics and economics artha , ethics dharma , forms of pleasure kama , and the pursuit of spiritual transcendence moksha. Modern political philosophy isolates politics from the other three ends. Gandhi corrects this error. Therein lie his originality and importance.
Social and Political Thought of Mahatma Gandhi focuses on the principles of satyagraha and non-violence, and their evolution in the context of anti- imperial.
Indian Political Thought: M.K. Gandhi
Gandhism is a body of ideas that describes the inspiration, vision, and the life work of Mohandas Gandhi. It is particularly associated with his contributions to the idea of nonviolent resistance , sometimes also called civil resistance. The two pillars of Gandhism are truth and nonviolence.
Political in our day-to-day understanding is an all comprehensive term. Mostly it has bee used to mean State Politics that includes structure and functioning of a State as well as its correlation with other states. Politics used as a Science of state or an academic discipline which is not competent to change the image of politics, which is understood as an activity centering round power and very often devoid of simples. Etymologically, politics comes from the Greek root 'polis'. It implies the principles and applications that guided the governance of the Greek city-states.
When tied to his charisma, it may have proved powerful in attracting supporters but could not cohere into an ideology. With the partial exception of Hind Swaraj , Gandhi also never penned a grand philosophical treatise. Gandhi was both a man of action and a philosopher.
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The Moral and Political Thought of Mahatma Gandhi
Он был бледен и еле дышал. Увидев тело Хейла, Стратмор вздрогнул от ужаса. - О Боже! - воскликнул. - Что случилось.
Глядя, как он шелестит деньгами, Меган вскрикнула и изменилась в лице, по-видимому ложно истолковав его намерения. Она испуганно посмотрела на вращающуюся дверь… как бы прикидывая расстояние. До выхода было метров тридцать. - Я оплачу тебе билет до дома, если… - Молчите, - сказала Меган с кривой улыбкой. - Я думаю, я поняла, что вам от меня .
Gandhi: The Idea of Swaraj 2. The Mahatma at the Grassroots: The Praxis of Ahimsa or Non Violence 3. Politics and Ideology: Critique of.
- Поэтому все его последователи, достойные этого названия, соорудили себе точно такие. Беккер долго молчал. Медленно, словно после укола транквилизатора, он поднял голову и начал внимательно рассматривать пассажиров. Все до единого - панки.
Позади закрылась дверь лифта, и она осталась одна в пугающей темноте. В окружающей ее тишине не было слышно ничего, кроме слабого гула, идущего от стен. Гул становился все громче. И вдруг впереди словно зажглась заря. Темнота стала рассеиваться, сменяясь туманными сумерками.
Она посмотрела на него, потом на кольцо. Глаза ее увлажнились. - О, Дэвид… у меня нет слов. - Скажи. Она отвернулась.