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Betraying a futurist--The misappropriation of Gandhi's Ramarajya

Title:Betraying a futurist--The misappropriation of Gandhi's Ramarajya
Authors:Vlad C.-D., Poinescu I., Costea E., and Udayakumar S.P
Publication:Futures / Elsevier Science
Enumeration:Volume 28, Issue 10 pp. 971-985, December 1996
Abstract:Discussing how a political futurist may envision present-tainted ‘realist’ futures, ideology-oriented ‘ambitious’ futures, ethics-inspired ‘ideal’ futures, or other types of futures, this essay describes who an idealist-futurist is. Proving that Mahatma Gandhi is such an idealist-futurist who builds his futurism on the rock of humanistic values by relishing the good and rejecting the bad, emphasizes the futures for the weak, and insists on working for future through futureful means such as truth and non-violence, it is pointed out how Gandhi's futurism has come to be pilfered and betrayed by the brahmanical Hindu right-wing future-thieves in present-day India.

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