Gandhism

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Gandhism, Gandhiism

the principles of Mohandas K. Gandhi, Indian political and spiritual leader, especially his advocacy of passive resistance and noncooperation to achieve social and political reforms. — Gandhist, Gandhiist, n.Candhian, adj.
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This Gandhian philosophy is the ideal benchmark for policy-decisions.
He makes no fuss, gets involved in no politics, and takes criticism on the chin -- no small amount of which has often bordered on prejudice -- as if following some Gandhian philosophy to keep peace.
But the problem is that they drum his goodness and his Gandhian philosophy into our heads with irritating frequency.
In his eighteen years at Sevagram, Prasad worked to articulate a Gandhian philosophy of arts pedagogy.
It became the laboratory for experimenting Gandhian philosophy, i.
Universities have mostly shown an interest in studying our languages, history, Gandhian philosophy and also our economy.
Kishwar highlighted positive aspects of Indian cinema, noting that the Gandhian philosophy of "unity in diversity" had made itself a part of the culture of this cinema and the Indians had adhered to it.
GoPhilanthropic's group of between 10 to 15 people will visit and contribute to the programme, meet the children and learn first hand how Gandhian philosophy continues to inspire grassroots movements in rural India.
King's exposure to the social gospel, Gandhian philosophy, left New Deal liberalism, and other intellectual sources is acknowledged, and so is his early sense of the interconnections between racial injustice and economic injustice.
In the third article, "Decolonizing Knowledge Production: The Pedagogic Relevance of Gandhian Satyagraha to School and Education in Ghana," Adjei dares to examine how the Gandhian philosophy of Satyagraha (non-violent resistance) and its three fundamental elements appeal to the oppressor, non-cooperation, and civil disobedience--may contribute to a decolonizing process in Ghanaian education.