Confucius, Gandhi and the aesthetics of virtue

Asian Philosophy 11 (1):41 – 54 (2001)
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Both Confucius and Gandhi were fervent political reformers and this paper argues that their views of human nature and the self-society-world relationship are instructively similar. Gandhi never accepted Shankara's doctrine of.



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