Gandhiâ€™s life: experimental and dialogic approach; Gandhi and â€˜Modernâ€™ civilisation; â€˜traditionâ€™ and reform; his concepts of Truth/God, Ahimsa and Satyagraha; Gandhiâ€™s religion; politics, centrality of individual autonomy and moral duty, incorporative nationalism and universalism â€“ the â€˜Oceanic Circle; Gandhi, reason, science and ethics; Gandhi, machinery, technology; Heavy industry and economic development; â€™Constructive Programmeâ€™; State, sovereign power, and the citizen; Gandhiâ€™s Feminism; Debates with Tagore; Relevance for our time.
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