Swami Vivekananda: His Global Vision
Punthi Pustak, 2001 - 435 pages
Present work is to explore the creative essence of human freedom and peace from intercultural perspective. Importance of thid publication lies in the ecaluation of the global ideas and outlook of Swami Vivekananda the World thinker done by distinguished scholars in India and abroad from scientific, philosophical, aesthetic, religious, sociological, ethical and many other multidimensional states of human existence in harmony. The First part of the book is to explian the impact of Swamij's Global Vision in guiding the humanistic changes of society. The Second part deals with the Cultivation of comprehensive system of thought in organising global philosophy. The Third part examines Swamiji's global idea with the expression of universality in an intercultural form. The Fourth part is a concluding evaluation of intercultural relation and understanding in a harmonious process of advancing the spirit of 'Unity in Plurality' with a prospect of developing global freedom and peace.
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