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Gandhi on Non-Violence

Selected Texts from Gandhi"s "Non-Violence in Peace and War" (New Directions Paperbook)

by Thomas Merton

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Published by New Directions .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Asia - India,
  • Eastern,
  • History & Theory - General,
  • Political,
  • Philosophy / Eastern,
  • General,
  • Philosophy,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Nonviolence

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsMark Kurlansky (Preface)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages144
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9630341M
    ISBN 100811216861
    ISBN 109780811216869

    By Chandra Ganguly. Gandhi on Non-Violence was first published in It would be hard for any book on Gandhi not to be full of Gandhi’s own seemingly rather intractable views on non-violence as well as the author’s views, either in support or not, of the activist. Some commentators have questioned the sincerity and consistency of Mahatma Gandhi’s belief in non-violence, citing his alleged involvement in the Zulu Rebellion, the Boer War, and World War I. Curiously, the same critics, who accuse Gandhi of ‘bellicosity’, argued that the Quit India movement of was proof of his purblind pacifism and pro-fascist sympathies in World War II.

    Gandhi in books and movies: 6 references you cannot miss were deeply influenced by Gandhi’s doctrines of truth and non-violence. The book . Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (/ ˈ ɡ ɑː n d i, ˈ ɡ æ n d i /; 2 October – 30 January ) was an Indian lawyer, anti-colonial nationalist, and political ethicist, who employed nonviolent resistance to lead the successful campaign for India's independence from British Rule, and in turn inspire movements for civil rights and freedom across the world. The honorific Mahātmā Children: Harilal, Manilal, Ramdas, Devdas.

      Gandhi referred to his form of nonviolence as satyagraha, meaning “truth-force” or “love-force.” Practicing satyagraha means a person . I remember back in the s - late '50s, really - reading a comic book called 'Martin Luther King Jr. and the Montgomery Story.' Fourteen pages. It sold for 10 cents. And this little book inspired me to attend non-violence workshops, to study about Gandhi, about Thoreau, to study Martin Luther King, Jr., to study civil disobedience.


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The basic principles of Gandhi's philosophy of non-violence (Ahimsa) and non-violent action (Satyagraha) were chosen by Thomas Merton for this volume in In his challenging Introduction, "Gandhi and the Gandhi on Non-Violence book Giant," Merton emphasizes the importance of action rather than mere pacifism as a central component of non-violence, and Cited by: 4.

This is a great book, though a bit of an unusual structure. After the Preface and a 30 page introduction by Thomas Merton, the bulk of the book is quotes Gandhi's massive 2-volume "Non-violence in Peace and War." "Gandhi on Non-Violence" does give a nice overview to Gandhi's thoughts, including much in his own words/5.

Mahatma Gandhi's views on Non-violence, complete book online. PEACE, NON-VIOLENCE AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION. My Non-violence. Written by: M. Gandhi Compiled and Edited by: Sailesh Kumar Bandopadhyaya First Edition: 3, copies, November Total: 6, copies ISBN Gandhi said, "Given the proper training and proper generalship, non-violence can be practiced by the masses of mankind." (Pg.

25) He argues, "In non-violence the masses have a weapon which enables a child, a woman, or even a decrepit old man /5(19). Gandhi on Non-Violence: Selected Texts from Gandhi's "Non-Violence in Peace and War" (New Directions Paperbook) User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict.

Editor Thomas Merton, who also provides an intro, took the best of Ghandi's nonviolence teachings and compiled them into this volume.4/5(2). The basic principles of Gandhi's philosophy of non-violence (Ahimsa) and non-violent action (Satyagraha) were chosen by Thomas Merton for this volume in In his challenging Introduction, "Gandhi and the One-Eyed Giant," Merton emphasizes the importance of action rather than mere pacifism as a central component of non-violence, and Brand: New Directions Publishing Corporation.

The basic principles of Gandhi's philosophy of non-violence (Ahimsa) and non-violent action (Satyagraha) were chosen by Thomas Merton for this volume in In his challenging Introduction, "Gandhi and the One-Eyed Giant," Merton emphasizes the importance of action rather than mere pacifism as a central component of non-violence, and Brand: New Directions.

Gandhi on Non-Violence: Selected Texts from Gandhi's "Non-Violence in Peace and War" (New Directions Paperbook) User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Editor Thomas Merton, who also provides an intro, took the best of Ghandi's nonviolence teachings and compiled them into this volume.

Gandhi soon held the mantle and introduced his non-violence modes with great success in the non-cooperation movement. It was a new era in the history of Indian Freedom struggle. Mohandas Karamchad Gandhi was called Mahatma, which literally means "great soul". Gandhi means grocer, since his ancestors, before fulfilling important positions, worked as spice sellers.

He was Hindu and, in particular, he believed in Vishnu. Mohandas Karamchad Gandhi was born on 2 October in Porbandar, western India. By Chandra Ganguly Gandhi on Non-Violence was first published in It would be hard for any book on Gandhi not to be full of Gandhi’s own seemingly rather intractable views on non-violence as well as the author’s views, either in support or not, of the activist.

The author, Thomas Merton (), was well-known in the. “One has to speak out and stand up for one’s convictions. Inaction at a time of conflagration is inexcusable.” — Mahatma Gandhi. The basic principles of Gandhi’s philosophy of non-violence (ahimsa) and non-violent action (satyagraha) were chosen by Thomas Merton for this compendium in In his challenging introduction, Merton emphasizes action rather.

As a theologian, Martin Luther King reflected often on his understanding of nonviolence. He described his own “pilgrimage to nonviolence” in his first book, Stride Toward Freedom, and in subsequent books and articles.

“True pacifism,” or “nonviolent resistance,” King wrote, is “a courageous confrontation of evil by the power of love” (King, Stride, 80). "Non-Violence" redirects here. For the monument and memorial to peace, see Non-Violence (sculpture). Mohandas Gandhi, often considered a founder of the nonviolence movement, spread the concept of ahimsa through his movements and writings, which then inspired other nonviolent activists.

Nonviolence is the personal practice of being harmless to. Its notable strength lies in its unique and commendable examination of Gandhi’s philosophy of non-violence, and in this particular respect it is the best study of the subject that I have read among the hundreds of books that deal with aspects of Gandhi’s contribution to our understanding of non-violence.”Author: William Borman.

The M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence is a nonprofit located in Rochester, NY that embodies the vision of its historic namesake. Please consider this report as an invitation to find your own way to connect with the beautiful, vital work of the Gandhi Institute.

Hands-On Learning. Our Gandhi and Nonviolence Cards help people all around the. An essential compendium for understanding Gandhi's profound legacy. "One has to speak out and stand up for one's convictions.

Inaction at a time of conflagration is inexcusable."—Mahatma Gandhi The basic principles of Gandhi's philosophy of non-violence (Ahimsa) and non-violent action (Satyagraha) were chosen by Thomas Merton for this volume in Gandhi begins using non-violence while practicing law in South Africa during the local Indian community's first push for civil rights; when he returns to India inhe puts together protests of peasants, farmers, and city workers to fight exorbitant land-taxes and discrimination.

InKing fulfilled his longtime wish to see India, meeting Gandhi's son and other relatives, and visiting some of the places where Gandhi had lived.

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Click on the link and open the PDF file then save a copy to your computer. Gandhi Autobiographies.Non-violence and Social Change Page 7 If we examine the concept of non-violence as advocated by Gandhiji we will realize that his was a prescription not of the weak but of the strong. He proved in his life time that even the unorganized and .