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Martin Luther King - I have a dream

Syllabus of the Subject: Martin Luther King - Non-Violence (Ahimsa, Baptist, Doctorate)

  1. Martin Luther King (Baptist Minister and Nobel Peace Prize winner, US)
  2. His concept of civil disobedience based on the non-violence
  3. Influence of Thoreau, Tolstoy, and Gandhi on Martin Luther King

Sample - Martin Luther King: leader of the Non-Violence
Martin Luther King, Baptist Minister and Nobel Peace Prize winner (United States)

The Subject “Martin Luther King” belongs to the following Online Higher Educational Programs taught by EENI Global Business School:
  1. Doctorates: Ethics, Religion & Business, American Business
  2. Course: Christianity & Business
  3. Master: Religions and International Business

Learning materials in Courses, Masters, Doctorates in International Business in English or Study Master Doctorate Business in Spanish Martin Luther King Study, Master in International Business in French Martin Luther King Masters Foreign Trade in Portuguese Martin Luther King

African Student, Master / Doctorate International Business

United States, Master, International Business, Foreign Trade Masters in International Business adapted to the U.S. Students

Why study “Christianity, Ethics and Business”?

“Through the violence, you may kill the impostor, but you cannot kill the lie, nor establish the truth. Hate cannot hide the hate: only love can do this.” Martin Luther King

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Description: Martin Luther King (civil disobedience based on the non-violence)

The pastor of the Baptist Church (Christianity, Protestantism), human rights' leader, and firm practitioner of the principles of Non-Violence (Ahimsa), Martin Luther King was born in the United States in 1929 and was assassinated in 1968.

For his struggle based on the non-violence, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964, the youngest of Nobel Prizes. Today, Luther King is regarded as one of the American leaders of the Non-Violence.

Ahimsa (Non-Violence) and International Business Ahimsa (Non-Violence) and International Business

I have a dream.

We will be able to speed up that day when all of God's children, black men and white men, Jews and Gentiles, Protestants, and Catholics will be able to join hands” Martin Luther King

Influenced by the thought of civil disobedience based on the non-violence of Henry David Thoreau and the vision of Mahatma Gandhi of the Independence process of India; he decided to base his entire struggle in non-violence. The philosophy of the Non-Violence of Leo Tolstoy also influenced on Martin Luther King.

“The teachings of Henry David Thoreau revived in our movement for non-violent struggle for civil rights” Martin Luther King

A professor of King, who had met Gandhi recommended visiting the Gandhi family in India. In a speech at an Indian radio 1959, King said:

“In a literal sense, Mahatma Gandhi incarnates in his life certain universal principles that are inherent in the moral structure of the universe, and these principles are as ineluctable as the law of gravity.” Martin Luther King

Again, we see a Hinduism spiritual leader Gandhi (whom himself acknowledged the influence of Henry David Thoreau), inspiring a Christian spiritual leader. Gandhi has inspired others Indian Businesspeople as PhD. Hamied (Muslim).

Reginald Mengi was awarded the Martin Luther King award.

Religions and Global Business - Christians Spiritual Leaders.

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