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The Socioeconomic Thoughts of Mahatma Gandhi: As an Origin of Alternative Development

Title:The Socioeconomic Thoughts of Mahatma Gandhi: As an Origin of Alternative Development
Author:Ishii K.
Publication:Review of Social Economy / Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
Enumeration:vol. 59, no. 3, pp. 297-312, Sept.2001
Abstract:This paper tries to present the overall socioeconomic thoughts of Mahatma Gandhi as an origin of alternative development. The first section of the paper provides Gandhi's criticism of modern civilization, that of economics and that of Marxist socialism and communism. The second section analyzes his ideas for a "post-modern" construction of India, where his views on Swadeshi (self-reliance), his theory of trusteeship (theory of class and distribution) and his images of an ideal village economy are examined. The paper, referring to the works of E. F. Schumacher and the Other Economic Summit as well, concludes that Gandhian style of development theories have persistently furnished a critique of "modern" ways of thinking and presented alternative visions of socioeconomic development.

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