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41. The Acorn: Volume > 14 > Issue: 2
James P. Sterba The Rationale of U.S. War-Making Foreign Policy
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Richard W. Werner Reply to Sterba
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Paul S. Ropp The Real Costs of War
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James P. Sterba Reply to Richard Wemer
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Predrag Cicovacki Nonviolence in Theory and Practice - Tribute to Robert Holmes
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Robert L. Holmes Toward a Nonviolent American Revolution
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Predrag Cicovacki Introductory Remarks
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Robert W. Brimlow Beat Me Daddy, 12 to the Bar: The Blues, Peace and Cats in a Trance
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Barry L. Gan Reply to Brimlow
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Andrew Fiala Pacifism and the Trolley Problem
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Jacob N. Bauer Gandhian Nonviolence and the Problem of Preferable Violence
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Richard McCutcheon Gandhi Confronts Imperial Violence: How Amritsar Changed His Political and Spiritual Life (Part I)
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Richard McCutcheon Gandhi Confronts Imperial Violence: How Amritsar Changed His Political and Spiritual Life (Part II)
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This is a continuation of a lengthy article, the first half of which appeared in the previous issue of The Acorn, Vol, XV, No. 1, Winter-Spring 2014.
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Sanjay Lal Clarifying The Place Of Love In Gandhian Non-Violence
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Those who accept a philosophy of non-violence akin to that advocated by Mahatma Gandhi commonly think of their stance as being in line with (if not actually called for) by the demands of love. It has not been hard for commentators to offer scenarios that present problems for this assumption. In what follows I will argue that such problems are overcome by Gandhi because he insists that the love required by nonviolence should be construed as universal, non-discriminating, and selfless in the widest sense—agape in its fullness. I will further show that problems presented for the view that Gandhian non-violence fits with and follows the demands of love exist for us, Gandhi holds, only in so far as we have not fully realized they type of love discussed here.
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Ha Poong Kim The Way of Truth: A Buddhist Perspective (1)
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Eknath Easwaran Truth and Nonviolence
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Thich Nhat Hanh Apple Juice and Sunshine
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William H. Willimon Living in the Truth: A Christian Perspective
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Ha Poong Kim The Way of Truth: A Buddhist Perspective (2)
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Allan Solomonow Living Truth: A Jewish Perspective