Non-Violence, Compassion, and Instrumentality: A Jaina Perspective: Papers Presented at a National Seminar Held at University of Madras, 13-14 February 2009 [Book Review]
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Jayanti Lal Jain (ed.)
Research Foundation for Jainology (2009)
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|Keywords||Nonviolence Jainism Compassion Jainism Instrumentalism (Philosophy|
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|Call number||BJ123.A45.N66 2009|
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