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Indian Moral Philosophy
In this essay we will look at the criteria Arjuna should base his decision on when considering how to solve his moral dilemma. Once we have established these we will use part of the philosophy indicated in the 'Gita' and examine the flaws in Arjuna's reasons for not wanting to fight in battle in order to resolve what action he must take.
WE must first ascertain exactly what Arjuna's moral dilemma actually was. Arjuna is facing a decision about whether to face his family and friends in battle for the Kingdom. …
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