Table of contents for The philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi for the twenty-first century / edited by Douglas Allen.

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Introduction: Key Issues and Overview of Gandhi¿s Philosophy for the Twenty-First Century
	Douglas Allen
1	Gandhi and Interreligious Dialogue
	Bhikhu Parekh
2	Bridging the Secular and the Spiritual 
	Anthony Parel
3	Mahatma Gandhi¿s Philosophy of Violence, Nonviolence, and Education
	Douglas Allen
4	Satyagraha and the Right to Civil Disobedience 
	Vinit Haksar
5	Three 9/11s: Satyagraha or Terrorism
	Richard L. Johnson
6	Nonviolence as a Civic Virtue: Gandhi and Reformed Liberalism
	Nicholas Gier
7	Gandhi and Islam: A Heart-and-Mind Unity?
	Fred Dallmayr
8	Gandhi¿s Religious Ethics
	Joseph Prabhu
9.	The Postmodern Discourse on Gandhi: Modernity and Truth 
	Naresh Dadhich
10	The ¿Sanatani¿ Mahatma: Re-reading Gandhi Post-Hindutva
	Makarand Paranjape
11	Gandhi¿s Conception of a New Society
	Margaret Chatterjee
12	The Anatomy of Nonviolent Revolution: A Comparative Analysis
	M.V. Naidu
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Gandhi, Mahatma, 1869-1948 -- Philosophy.