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    Philosophy of Nonviolence - By David McReynolds. These notes are an effort to summarize the basic philosophy of nonviolence. It is much more than a mere technique, it is a 'one-edged philosophy' which cannot easily be used to defend or advance injustice, and which is of value only if tested in the real world.

    Mahatma Gandhi Canadian Foundation for World Peace - An organization committed to sharing knowledge of the Mahatma's beliefs and philosophies, supporting research studies and education. Each year, initiates lectureships, educational activities, conferences, and events.

    The Right Questions About Violence - The essay is very long winded, in the author's self-description. Basic idea: An unbringing based on reason and naturality can change human behaviour for a future better world. Note: Page plays music, controls are not visible.


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