Social Relevance of Philosophy: Essays on Applied Philosophy
P. George Victor
D.K. Printworld, 2002 - Applied philosophy - 195 pages
The Essays Study The Relevance Of Philosophy At The Social Level, Examining Various Philosophical Systems. Considering The Views Of Indian And Western Thinkers Including Thiruvalluvar And Gandhi, They Take Up Contemporary Concerns Like Dalit Philosophy, Philosophical Counseling And Tackling Effects Of Consumerism.
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Philosophy and Consumerism
The Task of Philosophy
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