Biography may be my favorite genre, because it is so effective at breaking down the usual distinction between thought and banal/sordid everyday life. How does philosophy emerge from schools and brothels and poker games? (Derrida was a skilled poker player thanks to his mother, who was an absolute ace at the game.) It’s fascinating to watch this happen…
José Ortega y Gasset, who had an unusual sensitivity to topics of ages of life and generations, always held that 26 was the age when philosophers first start to show traces of originality rather than mere receptivity, and that 30 is the usual age when they are able to formulate those positions in somewhat coherent and recognizable form.
When I began as an assistant professor of economics, I made about $19,000. Today, a starting assistant professor evidently makes something in the $90,000–$100,000 range. That is well above the rate of inflation. I make more than that. So life is good. But I worry it won’t be so good for my children. We’re becoming more like
don’t know if you’ve looked lately but Europe
isn’t doing very well.
Unfortunately, they said very little, which leaves the room open for a lot of different interpretations about the future. Secondly, as their own sadhana evolved, the remarks they made about the future also evolved which means you can’t really nail down the precise final formulation.
Raymond F. West Memorial Lecture
Monday, December 3, 2012. 6:00 PM. Contact: email@example.com
The opium trade had momentous consequences for
China in the 18th and
19th centuries. Acclaimed author, Amitav Ghosh, will speak about the
lesser-known impact that this trade had on arts, crafts, tastes and styles in India, the
world's leading opium-producing country under the British Raj.
The effects of opium on 18th and 19th century
have been extensively studied and it is now widely acknowledged that the drug
trade had momentous consequences, for China and for the world at large.
That this trade also had a powerful impact on India, which was the world's
leading opium-producing country under the British Raj, has been largely
overlooked (or delibarately ignored). This talk attempts to explore some
aspects of this subject, including Chinese influences on Indian arts, crafts,
tastes and styles.
Amitav Ghosh is the acclaimed author of The Circle of Reason, The Shadow Lines, In An Antique Land, Dancing in
The Calcutta Chromosome, The Glass Palace, The Hungry Tide, and ,
which is the first volume of a projected series of novels, The Ibis Trilogy. He
was born in Sea of Poppies Calcutta and grew up in India, Bangladesh
and Sri Lanka.
He studied in Delhi, Oxford
We convey our greetings on behalf of Odisha Environment Congress 2012 which shall hold a convention on 20th to 22nd December 2012 at the Regional Museum of Natural History (RMNH)
on the theme of “Energy and Environment – Issues, Challenges and Potentials for Odisha”.
Dr. Manmath K. Mohanty, Convener, Technical & Director, HDF Center for Development Action & Research (cDAR) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.hdf.org.in
Discussion on Industrial Policy of Odisha Satya satyaswarup_n Nov 21, 2012 Dear Friends, From 1000 industries in 1000 days (the famous quotation of Mr JB Patnaik, the former CM) to the so called attracting largest FDI in the country, Let us discuss where do we stand. Mineral Resources of Odisha