Dr B.R. Ambedkar: A Study in Just Society
By- James Massey
Published in association with Centre
for Dalit/Subaltern Studies
The theme ‘just society’ is the main subject which runs throughout this work, as envisaged by Babasaheb Dr. B.R. Ambedkar. The entire discussion is based mainly upon his original writings. Besides the main theme, this work also carries the detailed discussions on the related themes, which include: ‘Buddha’s Dhamma’, ‘Dalits and the Conversion’, ‘Christianity and the Dalit Christians’, ‘Dalits: A Minority’ and ‘Framing the Constitution’. The author intentionally has allowed
Dr Ambedkar to speak for himself, therefore the readers will find many quotations throughout this work. The themes discussed are most relevant today, therefore it is being offered to the readers with this belief that Dr B.R. Ambedkar’s thoughts can became the basis of dealing with the current problems related to the Dalits, tribals, women, minorities and other weaker sections of the Indian society.
Introduction; 1. Buddha’s Dhamma; 2. Dalits and the Conversion; 3. Christianity and Dalit Christians; 4. Dalits: A Minority; 5. Framing the Constitution; 6. Vision of a ‘Just Society’; Index.
James Massey is currently the General-Secreatay/Director of Dalit Solidarity Peoples in India, which is a national multi-faith movement. He is also the Hon. Director of the Centre for Dalit Studies, New Delhi. He also worked actively for inter-faith dialogue in the Indian context with special interest in Sikh religion. For his work in Sikh religion he was awarded Doctor of Philosophy by Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University, Frankfurt, Germany, and again Post-Doctoral Academic Degree (Habilitation) in the field of Religious Studies by the same university.
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