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Gandhi's Law of Conscience

Simmi Valecha (Author)
Synopsis Gandhi, who emerged as a political thinker in the pre-independence period, strongly opposed the colonial rule. He provided to the Indians an alternative principle of law through his unique definition of "Swaraj". This principle replaced the western concept of democracy and it is based on the Indian notion of law of dharma. In this book, the author has referred to Gandhi's concept of law as "Principle of Conscience" as opposed to the western law of coercion. Gandhi has rooted his law in religion (satyagraha) and moral values (ahimsa); both of them being intrinsically Indian.
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Bibliographic information

Title Gandhi's Law of Conscience
Author Simmi Valecha
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st Ed.
Publisher Rajat Publications
Language: English
isbn 8178800535
length xii+143p., Bibliography; Index; 23cm