Gandhi's Philosophy and the Quest for Harmony

@inproceedings{Parel2006GandhisPA,
  title={Gandhi's Philosophy and the Quest for Harmony},
  author={Anthony J. Parel},
  year={2006}
}
Preface Acknowledgements Part I. The Four Aims of Life: Introduction 1. Gandhi's reconstitution of the four aims Part II. Politics and Economics: 2. Civic nationalism 3. The state 4. The economy Part III. Dharma: 5. Dharma as duty 6. Dharma as religion 7. Dharma as ethics Part IV. Pleasure: 8. Celibacy and sexuality 9. Art and society Part V. Spiritual Liberation: 10. The Gita and moksha 11. Conclusion: the political and the spiritual Bibliography Glossary Index. 
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