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Mohandas K. Gandhi: Citizenship and Community for an Industrial Age

Title:Mohandas K. Gandhi: Citizenship and Community for an Industrial Age
Author:Hunt R.W.
Publication:Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society / Sage Publications
Enumeration:vol. 23, no. 3, pp. 192-200, June 2003
Abstract:For Mohandas K. Gandhi, questions of technology were integral to his overall utopian vision. His future for India and for the world at large rested on the belief that technology, along with all the instrumentalities of society and culture, could be judged on the basis of their continuation to swaraj—dimensions of individual and community freedom. He was pragmatic; he changed notably over time in his specific views of “appropriate” technology and institutions. But his basic vision of the good society endured, being part of the sense of who he was, and what he was to do, for the concluding decades of his long life

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