Gandhi's Philosophy of Education

Oxford University Press (2001)
This in-depth study of Gandhi's philosophy of education examines the modern nature of his thought. In addition, it relates his intriguing philosophy to his views on Swaraj, religion, and reform. Sure to spark interest among readers of Gandhi, this book will undoubtedly appeal to all those wanting a better understanding of education in general, and of the attainment of knowledge.
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Call number DS481.G3.R52 2001
ISBN(s) 0195652835
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