Aakash Singh

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Aakash Singh teaches Global Studies at Rutgers University; Political Theory at LUISS University, Rome; and Philosophy at JNU, New Delhi. His most recent books include Hegel's India (Oxford, 2017) and Indian Political Theory (Routledge, 2017).

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Pax Gandhiana: The Political Philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi. Anthony J. Parel. New York: Oxford University Press, 2016.
It was not too long ago that scholars debated whether Gandhi could be regarded as a (political) philosopher at all. About 15 years ago, Columbia University professor Akeel Bilgrami published a splendid and widely read article that served to justify viewing Gandhi as a…

Peter Losonczi (1970-2015) was born in a Budapest under communist rule, to a Catholic mother and Jewish father. All of these identities were crucial to him and informed his mature political-theological thought and work. In his teens, he grew increasingly politically active in the anti-Communist agitation. Already in his late teens he discovered that he had a penchant for leading…