ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Reading Texts and Traditions: The Ambedkar-Gandhi Debate

Gandhi and Ambedkar differed in their understanding of modernity, in assessing traditions and in proposing options for India and the world. However, across their disagreements there was much that united them, not merely on issues and concerns, but on substantive positions as well. Their hermeneutic engagement provides a privileged site to highlight the reasons that kept them apart and the concerns that brought them together. A perusal of their writings that offer their conceptual frameworks and paradigms demonstrates why they have had a differing but lasting impact on the constituencies and issues they addressed.



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