Seeks to give a coherent account of Gandhi's basic ideas. The book begins with an analysis of his central concept of "truth", and proceeds to show how a "prima facie" abstract concept so determines his way of life that it becomes the raison d'etre of his existence.
The Philosophy of Gandhi: A Study of his Basic Ideas by Glyn Richards
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Taylor & Francis Ltd
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