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Gandhi's truth: on the origins of militant nonviolence / Erik H. Erikson.


[1st ed.].. New York: Norton, 1969.
ISBN 0393007413, 0393098826, 9780393098822, , 9780393007411

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Subjects Gandhi, Mahatma, 1869-1948
Gandhi, Mahatma, 1869-1948.
Gandhi, Mohandas Karamchand.
Geweldloze weerbaarheid.
India.
Nationalism -- India -- 20th century.
Nationalism.
Passive resistance.
Psychoanalytic Interpretation.
Psychoanalytic interpretation.
Psychoanalytische interpretatie.
ReĢsistance passive au gouvernement.
Violence.
Description 474 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date 1969.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 451-461).
Pulitzer Prize, General Nonfiction, 1970.
Summary In this study of Mahatma Gandhi, psychoanalyst Erik H. Erikson explores how Gandhi succeeded in mobilizing the Indian people both spiritually and politically as he became the revolutionary innovator of militant non-violence and India became the motherland of large-scale civil disobedience.
Contents PROLOGUE : ECHOES OF AN EVENT. I. India: First Encounters --- II. A Seminar in Ahmedabad --- III. The Elusive Event ---- PART ONE: THE INQUIRY. I. The Witnesses. 1. The Autobiography --- 2. Survivors ---- II. The Counterplayer ---- III. Four Old Indians ---- PART Two: THE PAST. I. Childhood and Youth. 1. Moniya and His Mother --- 2. Mohan and His Father --- 3. The Curse --- 4. Mohandas and His Evil Friend ---- II. From Vow to Vocation. 1. The Inner and the Outer Man --- 2. Arjuna in the Court of Small Claims --- 3. The Only One Available ---- III. Householder in South Africa. 1. Somebody --- 2. Nobody --- 3. Instrument of Peace --- 4. Manifesto ---- PART THREE: THE EVENT. I.A Personal Word ---- II. Prophet in His Own Country. 1. Why Ahmedabad? --- 2. The Four-Fold Ruin --- 3. Confrontation --- 4. Breakthrough ---- III. Companions and Counterplayers. 1. The Sarabhais --- 2. Shankerlal Banker --- 3. Mahadev --- 4. Sons and Followers ---- IV. The Event Retold ---- V. Aftermath. 1. Satyagrahi and Soldier --- 2. Patient and Mahatma ---- PART FOUR: THE LEVERAGE OF TRUTH. I. Homo Religiosus ---- II. The Instrument. 1. Tactics --- 2. Ritual --- 3. Insight ----EPILOGUE: MARCH TO THE SEA.
Geographic Area India
Network Numbers (OCoLC)10882
(OCoLC)ocm00010882
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Erikson, Erik H. 1902-1994.
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