Nonviolence as a civic virtue: Gandhi and reformed liberalism

@article{Gier2003NonviolenceAA,
  title={Nonviolence as a civic virtue: Gandhi and reformed liberalism},
  author={Nicholas F. Gier},
  journal={International Journal of Hindu Studies},
  year={2003},
  volume={7},
  pages={75-97}
}
In my book The Virtue of Non-Violence: From Gautama to Gandhi, I reformu late Mohandas K. Gandhi's ethics of nonviolence from a virtue perspective and argue that he can be seen as a constructive postmodernist. I propose that virtue ethics is the best choice for a constructive postmodern social and political philosophy. Gandhi follows postmodernists in dissolving modernist distinctions between the inner/outer, private/public, religion/state, means/ends, rights/duties, and values/facts. Gandhi… Expand
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