Two Paradigms of Liberative Transformation: Approaches to Social Action in the Theological Ethics of Gandhi and Guti

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Chathanatt, John
Year: 
1991

     History "has witnessed eruptions in various cultures and times of prophetic paradigm personalities for 'thrusting the evil back and setting Virtue on her seat again.' (Bhagavad Gita). . . [This study] is an attempt to look closely at two of such paradigm figures in their insightful struggle for liberation. They are Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi who successfully led India's freedom struggle against the British . . . and Gustavo Guti

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