Author: Philosophical Library
Editor(s): Philosophical Library
Publisher: Manjul Publishing House
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8186775706
The Philosophical Library presents the most important works throughout the ages.
Ending British rule over India without striking a single blow, Mahatma Gandhi was revered as both a saint and a master politician in his native country. His embrace of his own convictions, a personal philosophy that combined both Thoreau's doctrine of civil disobedience and many Hindu beliefs, is an inspiring example of the strength of the human spirit. Drawn entirely from Gandhi's words, this collection is a comprehensive introduction of one of the modern world's most innovative thinkers.
This anthology, draw entirely from Gandhi's own words, brings to light the philosophical structure upon which the great man built his role in international affairs. Revealing his innermost thoughts and beliefs regarding man and the world, this inspirational material touches on the great concerns of humankind.
Love is the strongest force the world possesses, and yet it is the humblest imaginable.
Means and Ends
The Way of Nonviolence