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The World's Religions Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter II, Hinduism, Summary

Huston Smith
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Chapter II, Hinduism, Summary and Analysis

Leading into this chapter on Hinduism, Smith refers to two men whose life work has had a profound impact upon the world as we know it today. Those men are Robert Oppenheimer and Mahatma Gandhi. By contrast, Oppenheimer oversaw the introduction into the world of the greatest power of destruction ever before seen while Gandhi became the model for the power of non-violent protest.

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