December 18, 2016

Huntington, Fukuyama and just published Hegel's India › Today's Paper › NATIONAL › TAMIL NADU
Sri Aurobindo Study Forum: Life divine, Subramany speaks, Aurolab, ...

The Masters provides a short but significant transitional stage for a student to learn what interests him/her for super-specialization. The focus on Society and Culture is to enable a student understand social mores, cultural codes, along with the universality of human nature in particularized contexts of nations and societies. In this respect, India remains an important site of engagement in the MA in Society and Culture at IIT Gandhinagar.

World Between Chaos and Homogeneity: a Review Discussion of The Clasp of Civilizations by Richard Hartz
D Banerji - Sophia
... needed to make this third space a reality. Keywords. Globalization Fundamentalism Civilizations Inclusivism Exclusivism Pluralism Interfaith Vivekananda Aurobindo Huntington Fukuyama. 'The Clasp of Civilizations' (Hartz 2015) is ...

[PDF] Reinterpreting History: A Study of Girish Karnad's Tughlaq
S Paul
... Indian drama in English is no exception as playwrights such as Rabindranath Tagore, Sri Aurobindo, TP Kailasam down to Asif Currimbhoy, Badal Sircar, Vijay Tendulkar and Girish Karnad have made abundant use of myths in their works. ...

[PDF] Communicative Life-world and Religion
R Giovagnoli
... An example is the translation of Gandhi's nationalist ideals into the vocabulary of Neo-Hinduism [23]. Gandhi shared the views of Vivekananda and Aurobindo about religion as the source for the revitalization for both social and political change. ...

Victorian Sélams and Talking Bouquets: Phallic Invasion of the Feminine/Floral Order
M Engelhardt - Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature, 2016
... According to “The Mother,” the name used by an early twentieth-century spiritual guide of the Sri Aurobindo Ashram in India, a flower offering's [End Page 349] significance is dependent not on context or type but on the state of consciousness of the giver and receiver: ...

RA Singh
... In Indian English literature Henry Vivian Louis Derozio, Vivekananda, Tagore, Aurobindo, Toru Dutt, Sarojini Naidu, Kamala Das and Nissim Ezekiel have earned their names and fames due to their patriotism, saintly approach, poetic multiplicity, mythical heraldry, sensuousness ...

Toru Dutt A Precursor of Indo Anglian Poetry
R Sharma
... While defining Indian Renaissance Sri Aurobindo says. “It is rather a process of a new creation in which the spiritual power of the Indian mind remains supreme, recovers its truths, accepts whatever it finds sound or true, useful ...

Assorted Tweets:

Saswati Sarkar, Shanmukh, Kirtivardhan Dave, Aparna and I start exploring mercantile collaboration with invaders:

The Conflict between Tradition and Modernity in #India
It is rather the modest, concrete, worldly, intellectual...

It has a big piece by me on the Brahmins of Varanasi #theinterpreters A foretaste of the new book #thetwiceborn

Insightful article by @AatishTaseer Does India’s Right Wing Have Any Ideas?

@amityadavdr2 @AudreyTruschke if there's one area where I excel, it's at crying victim while whitewashing genocide:

@AudreyTruschke Best wishes. You might be interested in the just published Hegel's India. Thanks. @LangaMahesh

[some of Noam Chomsky’s recent views are also problematic in the perspective on fascism I am trying to develop.] ~NM

[each country must be investigated to understand power, we turn briefly to the Indian scene.] ~Nirmalangshu Mukherji

My first encounters with Alasdair MacIntyre. 08 Sunday Nov 2015. Posted by Amod Lele #KenWilber #Hegel

Adultery, says Esther Perel, is part of human nature. We need to stop beating ourselves up about it

Shakespeare, economic theorist. His work was shaped by the market. And that work, in turn, influenced the… #News

Milton, sci-fi inventor

Market is neither moral nor immoral. Only human beings are. Read my latest in @Openthemag "The Dharmic Economy" -

.@devduttmyth asks why the West is proud of its notion of liberty after giving us Stalinism, Fascism, Nazism?

Populism is on the rise according to new essay in @ForeignAffairs.

Three cheers for Richard Baldwin's new study on #globalization called "The Great Convergence." @qz @eshelouise -

This #Christmas give the gift of "the most global book ever written": @kevin2kelly -

@LHSummers and I have just published an article on "The Fusion of Civilizations" in @ForeignAffairs May/June 2016:

Where @navtankumar reviews Dr. Satish Kumar edited book Building an Asian Century. @SundayGuardian

Young people are growing up poorer than their parents. How did it go so horribly wrong? -

The world's top 20 #cities are home to 75% of the largest companies. @wef

How can #cities avoid the high human cost of natural #disasters & #climatechange? Invest in #UrbanResilience: -

Smart cities could change the way we live, but they must benefit everyone -

My WSJ Review cover essay on Turkey's divorce from the West -- one of the main geopolitical shifts of our age. -

Which nations jail the most journalists? With my remarks:

From Philosopher to Ironman: How and why I took on the world’s toughest triathlon

On sentience, sapience and speciesism Finally managed to write this, after a lot of deliberation and reading.

Dark matter that talks to itself could explain galaxy mystery

Underwater aliens could be thriving in a hidden ocean on Pluto, scientists claim

Vidya Nand Garg: The Life Divine by Sri Aurobindo

@vidyanandgarg Two other booklets, The Mother and The Supramental Manifestation upon Earth are essential supplements

Sri Aurobindo spoke of his five dreams for the nation – a united India, the resurgence of Asia, unification of the world, the spiritual gift of India to the world, and ...

The Quint-05-Dec-2016
A new play on Sri Aurobindo is in the works. Led by West Bengal Tourism minister Bratya Basu, the play questions Sri Aurobindo's motives for leaving the ...

India Today-04-Dec-2016
Aurobindo Acroyd Ghose was supposed to lead a European lifestyle, as per his father's wishes. Instead, he went on to form select revolutionary groups and ...

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