Regeneration of Values: A Comparative Study of the Thoughts of Mahatma Gandhi and Sri Aurobindo
Author
Dr Sushmita Bhowmik
Specifications
  • ISBN : 9789392443015
  • year : 2022
  • language : English
  • binding : Hardbound
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Description
Regeneration of Values: A Comparative Study of the Thoughts of Mahatma Gandhi and Sri Aurobindo reflects upon the different concepts of social, moral, political and religious values philosophized and propagated by Mahatma Gandhi and Sri Aurobindo. Both these two great thinkers of nineteenth-twentieth century India tried to reconstruct the social, moral, political and spiritual life of the entire mankind through the revival of the ancient social and cultural values of India. However, the means adopted by them towards such regeneration of values were different in many respects. Here an attempt has been made to make a comparative study of their concepts of the different values as well as the approaches taken by them. CONTENTS Preface Introduction 1. Value – Its Nature and Significance 2. Socio-political Condition of India During Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries: An Overview 3. Background of the Thoughts and Philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi 4. Meaning of Truth in Gandhi’s Philosophy The Metaphysical Aspect of Truth or the Absolute Truth Absolute Truth and Relative Truth From ‘God is Truth’ to “Truth is God” 5. Gandhi’s Ideal of Non-Violence Nature, Meaning and Significance of Non-Violence A Critical Inquiry into Gandhi’s Concept of Non-violence Relation between truth and non-violence Gandhian Non-Violence – Its Appraisal The Other Essential Virtues Admitted By Gandhi 6. The Early Life of Sri Aurobindo and His Transition to the Later Life 7. The Metaphysical Background of the Philosophy of Sri Aurobindo 8. Sri Aurobindo’s Concept of the Different Values The Spiritual values and ways towards their cultivation The Political values and Ideals of Sri Aurobindo: Unity, Nationalism and Internationalism 9. Comparison of the Thoughts and Views of Mahatma Gandhi and Sri Aurobindo Conclusion Bibliography Index