Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University


Ethics nonviolence is a struggle from the point of view of morality, without using any force against evil, without threatening. This article describes the importance of ethics of nonviolence and its content, the history of its study, the importance of ethics of nonviolence in strengthening the family, the views of leading scientists in this regard.

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