The Philosophy of Liberation (मुक्ति का दर्शन )


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Desh Raj Sirswal
Panjab University
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Liberation means the act or process of trying to achieve equal rights and status. The Philosophy of Liberation page discusses the various issues related to Human Rights, Dalit Studies, Women Studies and ideas on Social Change.
Keywords Liberation  Dalit Studies  Philosophy  Human Rights
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