Effects of using nonviolence



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  • 12/18/13
  • World History Agenda
  • What are the specifics of Gandhi’s philosophy of nonviolence? (class notes)
  • HW: None! 
  • Honors, ch. 3 – 7 by 1/6
  • Mohandas K. Gandhi
  • 1869 - 1948
  • Gandhi’s philosophy of nonviolence
  • Satyagraha:
    • “soul-force” or “truth-force”
    • As opposed to using “body-force” (violence), Gandhi advocated the use of “soul-force”
      • Disobeying the law & accepting the penalty for it
      • Resistance through self-sacrifice
  • Ahimsa:
  • Swadeshi:
  • Satyagraha, ahimsa, or swadeshi?
  • Indians making their own salt.
  • Gandhi advocating for nonviolence against the British.
  • Gandhi refusing to pay tax on British salt, even if it means getting arrested or beaten up.
  • Gandhi burning a bonfire of British-made cloth, even if it means getting arrested or beaten up.
  • Gandhi saying Indians should love the British as human beings who make mistakes, just like everyone else.
  • Gandhi spinning his own clothes.
  • Satyagraha, ahimsa, or swadeshi?
  • Indians making their own salt.
  • SWADESHI!
  • Satyagraha, ahimsa, or swadeshi?
  • Gandhi advocating for nonviolence against the British
  • AHIMSA!
  • Satyagraha, ahimsa, or swadeshi?
  • Gandhi refusing to pay tax on British salt, even if it means getting arrested or beaten up.
  • SATYAGRAHA!
  • Satyagraha, ahimsa, or swadeshi?
  • Gandhi burning a bonfire of British-made cloth, even if it means getting arrested or beaten up.
  • SATYAGRAHA!
  • Satyagraha, ahimsa, or swadeshi?
  • Gandhi saying Indians should love the British as human beings who make mistakes, just like everyone else.
  • AHIMSA!
  • Satyagraha, ahimsa, or swadeshi?
  • Gandhi spinning his own clothes.
  • SWADESHI!


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