bhikhu

bhikhu

(ˈbiːˌku)
n
(Buddhism) a fully ordained Buddhist monk
[Pali, literally: beggar]
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The reason for this is explained by noted scholar Bhikhu Parekh in his book Gandhi's Political Philosophy A critical examination.
According to Bhikhu Parekh, substantive equality of political participation requires principles that identify who can make what claims and these principles "can only be arrived at by means of a democratic dialogue, which generates them, tests their validity, and gives them legitimacy." (23) Formerly unequal or excluded groups can make use of these procedures to test the validity and legitimacy of collective decisions and this will have the effect of unsettling accepted arrangements and understandings of what equality requires.
Bhikhu Parekh suggests three potential criteria for identifying hate speech that can be used to distinguish it from other forms of speech.
For Bhikhu Parekh, political theorist and Labour member of the House of Lords, each citizen should be valued along with cultural differences in society coupled with a robust attempt to stamp out racism.
Sheth, and Bhikhu Parekh for their valuable comments on earlier draft of the article.
(1.) In an earlier interview I give more content to the idea of a public intellectual by reference to Bhikhu Parekh and Stuart Hall, who have inspired me and exemplify two different kinds of public intellectuals: the reformer and the critic respectively, see D.