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Dimensions of peace and nonviolence

Anima Bose

Dimensions of peace and nonviolence

the Gandhian perspective

by Anima Bose

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Published by Gian Pub. House in Delhi, India .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • Gandhi, Mahatma, 1869-1948 -- Political and social views.,
    • Peace.,
    • Nonviolence.,
    • India -- Politics and government -- 1919-1947.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementAnima Bose.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS481.G3 B647 1986
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 165 p. ;
      Number of Pages165
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2362192M
      ISBN 108121200768
      LC Control Number86903718

      About the genes and violence - got the inspiration from a paper 'The Brain Explosion' by Arthur Koestler which appeared in Observer Review in January We begin each annotation entry with an APA citation, followed by a quotation from the work, and then a description of the work. But its realization in everyday life was of immediate and paramount importance to him; that is why the truth of daily life, its experience through his own perception, observation, contemplation, and empathy were his preoccupation. Make me an instrument of your peace, that I might do my part to help abolish war, poverty, hunger, racism, sexism, executions, nuclear weapons, systemic injustice and environmental destruction, and welcome your nonviolent reign of peace with justice here on earth.

      Nor their prestige and image which got a severe jolt. If war becomes necessary, its cause must be just, its purpose virtuous, its objective to restrain the wicked, its aim peace, its method lawful. He is a political psychologist by training, and has published research on the role of non-state actors in atrocity prevention and in on governance, political extremism, and resilience programming. After the Pearl Hargour incident, US took part in the world war till it ended in the surrender of Germany and Japan and the war was over in August As she became more familiar with the materials by facilitating several trainings and workshops the idea for a new Study Program became more clear and so this book came into existence.

      Then came Sankara in the 7th century AD and a reconversion to Hinduism started on a large scale. It grapples with the violence and injustice in our lives and our world, by exposing and challenging injustice in creative ways that allow the situation to change and transform There were violent conflicts between these two religions all through history. Gandhi used the weapon of nonviolence against British Raj Respect or love for opponents also has a pragmatic justification, in that the technique of separating the deeds from the doers allows for the possibility of the doers changing their behaviour, and perhaps their beliefs.


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She has trained as a Transpersonal Psychotherapist and has been a Zen student for thirty years. Yet one can not give up. They would argue, for instance, that it is fundamentally irrational to use violence to achieve a peaceful society.

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Teaching of yoga, meditation and scriptures : Children in many countries including India, are ignorant of their culture. Ethical[ edit ] The Semai have principle called punanwhich includes nonviolence For many, practicing nonviolence goes deeper than abstaining from violent behavior or words.

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Click here. That is where teaching of scriptures assumes importance with a stress Dimensions of peace and nonviolence book values like love, compassion, sacrifice, respect for elders, etc. Her master in Conflict Dimensions of peace and nonviolence book did not include what regular people can do to build peace, so she sought answers elsewhere.

Violence on people belonging to a different caste is shameful. Help me to serve your reign of peace by joining the global grassroots movement of nonviolence. It is unbelievable that the people in these countries were mad and war mongering and started fighting with each other within each country as soon as the colonial master left.

Freedom at midnight on the 15th August was followed by bloodshed. Gandhi used the weapon of nonviolence against British Raj Respect or love for opponents Dimensions of peace and nonviolence book has a pragmatic justification, in that the technique of separating the deeds from the doers allows for the possibility of the doers changing their behaviour, and perhaps their beliefs.

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We directly serve the coming of God's reign of peace on earth. After thirty years of preaching the Gospel of nonviolence John says he has never found a book that completely captures these crucial elements of nonviolent living.

When these genes are activated they resort to violence. There were four major crusades culminating in the sack of Constantinople in In she implemented her own training courses that included exercises from the Engage Study Program. Go to this page and follow the directions: Email alert sign-up.

What was it that Gandhi sought after every moment of his life and what was it that he wanted to realize when he used expressions like self-realization, seeing God face to face, and so on? All this in the teeth of the assertion, endlessly repeated, that nonviolence doesn't work in the 'real' world.

Role of nonviolence for resolving the conflicts : Not only Gandhians but perhaps 90 to 95 per cent of the human beings want to live in a peaceful world. When Gandhi said that "the means may be likened to the seed, the end to a tree," he expressed the philosophical kernel of what some refer to as prefigurative politics.

John will undertake a speaking tour of Scotland next month and next year will tour the United States speaking about the life of nonviolence. This area poses a challenge for all peace lovers.This book is a collection of philosophical papers that explores theoretical and practical aspects and implications of nonviolence as a means of establishing peace.

The papers range from spiritual and political dimensions of nonviolence to issues of justice and values and proposals for action and change.

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