SAC presents: Ajay Skaria
341 Eggers Hall
Gandhi’s Gita A striking feature of Gandhi's arguments is his reliance on the Gita. Despite the Gita being set on the battlefield of Kurukshetra, Gandhi insists that it is concerned with nonviolence. At the same time, he also distinguishes his own nonviolence from the Gita's nonviolence. This talk will explore his reading of the Gita, and its relation to his nonviolence.
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