Pacifism and Education

Pacifism is a doctrine or belief that it is possible and desirable to settle international disputes by peaceful means.
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Pacifism and Education

Pacifism is the broad commitment to making ‘Peace’ and ‘Opposition to war’.

The term 'pacifism' derives from the Latin word “pacific” meaning ‘peace making’

  • Paci (from ‘pax’), means “peace” and
  • Fic (from ‘fieus’) means “making”.

Pacifism is frequently interpreted as a general nonviolent outlook, both

  • Inwardly (Inner peace), and
  • Outwardly (Towards world and its inhabitants).

A pacifist is a person who is opposed to violence and war. He believes that killing or harming other people is absolutely wrong and one should not do them.

A pacifist considers war wrong and immoral – because ULTIMATELY WHAT WAR MEANS: being prepared to kill other people & inflict suffering on them; basically a matter of killing.

The curriculum and education should integrate the aspects of pacifism,

  • To influence and improve society for a better future and
  • To permanently remove the causes of war and conflict, like:
    • Exploitation,
    • Injustice, and
    • Repression of human rights etc.

Hence, pacifism & the ideas of pacifists are much more urgent and necessary to be incorporated into the educational curriculum at all levels.

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