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Daisaku Ikeda's Philosophy of Peace: Dialogue, Transformation and Global Civilization

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Who is Daisaku Ikeda? At one level, he is the leader of a religious movement--Soka Gakkai--which began in Japan, where it still has its headquarters, but which now claims 12 million adherents around the world. At another level, he is a globetrotting figure whose formal conversations with diverse writers, thinkers and diplomats--including Arnold Toynbee, Joseph Rotblat and ...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published May 15th 2010 by I. B. Tauris (first published 2010)
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