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It teaches about the importance of the interrelation of human beings as well as the necessity of maintaining good interconnection with other beings and nature. James L. Christian (2003) talks about philosophy as follows: “It is often said that philosophers engage in two basic tasks: “taking a part” — analyzing ideas to discover if we truly know what we think we know — and “putting together” — synthesizing all our knowledge to find if we can attain a larger and better view of life. This is, philosophers try very hard to dig deeper and fly higher in order to solve problems and achieve a modicum of wisdom on the question of life and how to live it.
Non-violence is not for the weak, it is for the mentally composed. Gandhi used his principle of non-violence to explain the dangers and the consequences of war. He firmly believed that the various problems of life could be solved by the simple principle of non-violence. It is well known that India has been a peace loving country from times immemorial. The ancient Veda says: “Let there be peace everywhere”. Buddha, for example, taught that a man should overcome anger by love, evil by good and lies by truth.
40 Interview with female ex-combatant, Gulu Town, Uganda, 11th November 2004: Reported in The Refugee Report 2000. 41 Interview with community member, Atiak Camp, 11th November 2004. 42 See. Roberts S. Summer “Law, Adjudicative, and Civil Justice”. In G. , Law, Reason and Peace ( New York University Press, 1969). 169-85; CK. Allen. Dowrick, Justice According to the English Common Lawyers( London: Butter worth,1961. Conclusion References Gould, James; et al. (1992). Classical Philosophical Questions 10th Ed.
Asian-Arab Philosophical Dialogues on War and Peace by Darryl R.J. Macer, Souria Saad-Zoy