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Kalpaz Political Philosophy of Ambedkar: An Inquiry Into The Theoretical Foundations of The Dalit Movement

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Kalpaz Political Philosophy of Ambedkar: An Inquiry Into The Theoretical Foundations of The Dalit Movement

Bharat Ratna Dr. B.R. Ambedkar was aprominent political thinker of our times.He negotiated with the grand politicaltheories such as liberalism, conservatism,Marxism and communitarianism in hisown, authentic and indigenous way. Hisphilosophy is ethical, rational, pragmaticand democratic in its spirit. His politicalthought internalizes the principles ofequality, liberty and fraternity. Hephilosophizes the Indian social realityfrom a victim\'s perspective but providesinsights to transform a victim into a humanwith courage of conviction and inalienabledignity. This book presents an in-depthstudy of the political philosophy ofAmbedkar. Theorising the Dalitmovement, it critically analyses theproblems and philosophical underpinningsof contemporary Dalit movement.P. Kesava Kumar is a faculty inPhilosophy at Ponicherry University. Hereceived his Doctorate from theUniversity of Hyderabad. He hasauthored several scholarly articles onPolitical philosophy, Cultural studies andDalit studies in the national andinternational journals of repute.His areas of interest are contemporaryIndian philosophy, social and politicalphilosophy, philosophy of technology,democratic, cultural and literarymovements.

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Brand / Publisher Kalpaz
Return Policy 15 Days
Book Type Text Books
ISBN 9788178359847
Author P. Kesava Kumar
Language English
Subject Political Science
Pages 181
Binding Hardback


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