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Ambedkars Philosophy on Religion and Morality

 
Pallavi M. Mehta (Author) Komal B. Chauhan (Author)
Synopsis

Ambedkars philosophical ideas on Religion and Morality would pave the way for practical responses on different ideology in the Indian society. He clearly understood that how deep the religion plays a key role in Indian society. At the same time he explains how effectively religion has changed its form and its role in the present society, for that reason Ambedkar attempts to reformulate religion and morality on the basis of humanity. Since Buddhism is on the similar grounds, he embraced it. Ambedkar, morality is the basic need of humanity, which is good for healthy society. Ambedkar criticized Hinduism for de-linking the morality on basis of religion, so he redefines the notion of religion in terms of reason and scientific method. The redefinition of religion and morality makes him to embrace Buddhism. He equates the concept of Dhamma with morality which gives importance to the treatment of man as a man.

Contents: Introduction . 1. Philosophy, Religion and Morality: An Overview . 2. Religion and Morality in the Semitic Tradition . 3. Religion and Morality in Indic Tradition. 4. Ambedkar’s Critique of Religion and Morality in Semitic and Indic Traditions . 5. Ambedkar’s Views on Philosophy and Religion . 6. Ambedkar’s Views on Philosophy and Morality . Conclusion . Bibliography. Index.

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Bibliographic information

Title Ambedkars Philosophy on Religion and Morality
Format Hardcover
Date published: 26.03.2016
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 9789351281870
length 292p.,