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Gandhi, Gandhism and the Gandhians

Thomas Weber (Author)
Synopsis Mahatma Gandhi and his philosophy of truth and nonviolence have intrigued the world for decades. Looking at the Western and Indian influences that had gone into making Gandhi the Mahatma, and the central importance of Gandhi to nonviolent activism, these essays reclaim the power of truth and nonviolence, which can still change the destinies of people and nations. In this collection Thomas Weber discusses Gandhi, his ideology, and how India and the rest of the world is interpreting and reinterpreting the Mahatma. The doctrine of conflict resolution theory, new environ-mentalism, peace research, deep ecology, and Buddhist economics based on Gandhian principles, renews the world's belief in Mahatma and his teachings for our life and our times.
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About the author

Thomas Weber

Thomas Weber teaches politics and peace studies at Melbourne’s La Trobe University. He has been researching and writing on Gandhi’s life, thought and legacy for over twenty years. His Gandhi-related publications include Conflict Resolution and Gandhian Ethics; Hugging the Trees: The Story of the Chipko Movement; Gandhi’s Peace Army; On the Salt March; Nonviolent Intervention Across Borders (edited with Yeshua Moser-Puangsuwan); and Gandhi as Disciple and Mentor.

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Bibliographic information

Title Gandhi, Gandhism and the Gandhians
Author Thomas Weber
Format Hardcover
Date published: 17.01.2006
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Roli Books
Language: English
isbn 8174364684
length xxi+361p.
Subjects History