The Book Brings To Light The Views Of Different Scholars And Thinkers Both Indian And Foreign, For A Proper Evaluation Of The Concept Of Freedom. It Aims At Evaluating The Problems And Prospects Of Human Life In The Context Of Expanding Its Different Creative States Of Freedom. The Study Is In Four Parts - Part I Expounds The Revolutionary Outlook Of 3 Great Thinkers Marx, Bose And Gandhi - Part Ii Expresses Freedom In The Decelopment Of Different Domains Of Esistence - Part Iii Shows Freedom As Intercultural Awakening - Part Iv Deals With Freedom As An Expression Of Global Conciousness. Condition Good.
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FREEDOM IN THE DEVELOPMENT
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