The Concept of Truth in Science and Religion

By: K.D. Gangrade, L.S. Kothari & A.R. Verma (Authors)

Price: $10.00

Quantity: 500 available

Book Condition: New


Gandhi did not consider political philosophy as a distinct, autonomous intellectual system separated from ethics, economics, sociology etc. as he viewed life in its totality. He looked at life en face, not in profile. Though there was for him no antithesis between spiritual and worldly matters, he had certain fundamental beliefs from which he never budged an inch. The moorings of his overall world outlook is, of course, to be found in philosophical idealism. The book discusses in detail his views on state, power, politics, democracy, means and ends as well as human rights, nationalism and internationalism. Printed Pages: 228.

Title: The Concept of Truth in Science and Religion

Author Name: K.D. Gangrade, L.S. Kothari & A.R. Verma (Authors)

Categories: India, Philosophy,

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd.: 2005

ISBN: 818069190X

ISBN 13: 9788180691904

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Jacket Condition: New

Seller ID: 112054

Keywords: The Concept of Truth in Science and Religion K.D. Gangrade, L.S. Kothari & A.R. Verma (Authors)