For Gandhi, conflict was a perennial condition. He also viewed it positively and considered it desirable. For him, it is an important means to greater human unity precisely because their shared conflict could remind antagonists of the deeper, perhaps transcendental, unity of life. He viewed violence differently, however: violence was built into social structures and not into people. Gandhi was assassinated on 30 Jan 1948. But his legacy lives on.
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