Published September 30, 2002 by Greenwood Press .
Written in EnglishRead online
|Contributions||Krishna Mallick (Editor), Doris Hunter (Editor)|
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|Number of Pages||328|
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FREE Shipping Author: Krishna Mallick. The anthology collects original voices of those working for nonviolence from a wide range of religious, geographical, cultural, and historical contexts.
The topics covered range from ecofeminism to civil rights to national independence to religious and theoretical justifications for nonviolent action. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "An Oryx book." Description: xxiv, pages ; 25 cm: Contents: pt.
1: Historical sources of nonviolence: Bhagavad Gita --Crito / Plato --The Sermon on the Mount --A Jain prayer --Peace seeds --pt. 2: Historical voices of nonviolence: Civil disobedience / Henry David Thoreau --Ahimsa or the way of nonviolence / Mohandas K. Gandhi. write a foreword for this excellent book, both because of the book’s timeliness—there is an urgent need for nonviolence in every possible application today—and because he is so eminently qualiﬁ ed to write it.
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Nonviolence, as a means of resisting, requires that those who follow this path to seek the friendship and understanding of the opposition rather than humiliation and defeat.
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