MGP- 002 Philosophy of Gandhi

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Overview

The aim of this course is to facilitate students to participate creatively in all aspects of peace studies, peace-building in conflict and post-conflict societies. Understanding Gandhian approach to peace from the interdisciplinary perspective and comprehend Gandhi’s views and perceptions on economic, social, political, environmental, and development, related issues. To provide opportunities to the learners for higher studies in the area of theoretical and applied Gandhian Studies, Peace, Conflict Management, and Social Regeneration.

Syllabus

COURSE LAYOUT BLOCK-I - SOURCES OF GANDHIAN PHILOSOPHY

Unit -1 - Indic Religions: Hinduism, Jainism and Buddhism Unit-2 - Semitic Religions : Christianity, Islam and Judaism Unit-3 - Western Philosophy (Greek Tradition, Ruskin, Tolstoy, Thoreau) Unit-4 - Eastern Philosophy (Vedanta, Bhakti Movement – Kabir, Tulsidas, Vaishnavism, Anasakti Yoga)

BLOCK-II - GANDHI’S WORLDVIEW

Unit-5 - Gandhi’s Views on Human Nature Unit-6 - Gandhi’s Views on Truth Unit-7 - Gandhi’s Views on Non-Violence Unit-8 - Gandhi’s Views on Religion

BLOCK-III - GANDHI ON CIVILISATION

Unit-9 - Gandhi’s Critique ofModern Civilisation Unit-10 - Critical Understanding of Indian Civilisation Unit-11 - Towards a New Civilisation Unit-12 - Sarvodaya

BLOCK-IV - GANDHIAN WAYS AND MEANS

Unit-13 - Duties Unit-14 - Swaraj Unit-15 - Swadeshi Unit-16 - Satyagraha  

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