Synonyms for non-violence

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But I do admit that they do not believe in my doctrine of non-violence to the full extent.

With me non-violence is part of my religion, a matter of creed.

It would probably be better to call it "non-violence by necessity."

His commitment to human rights, peace and non-violence stands as a monument to his humanity and courage.

To the pacifist who holds such a position, non-violence is imperative even if it does not work.

Non-violence provides a moral force which is more powerful than any physical force.

But much of the present pacifist argument in favor of non-violence is based rather upon its expediency.

However, the occasional success of non-violence even under such circumstances is proof of the possible expediency of this method.

Gandhi believes in non-violence both as a principle and as the most effective means of achieving his purposes.

If non-violence is essential in our dealings with Government, it is more essential in our dealings with our leaders.