Monthly Archives: November 2012

Origins Shrouded in Myth — by Raam Gokhale

“In the beginning was the self, the Purusha (the male principle), alone, afraid, wondering what made him lonely and fearful. If there was loneliness and fear, there could also be company and pleasure. Restless, he split himself.”
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Radhaa: The Silent Lover — Nupur Behl

“But a deeper philosophy provides us an answer which is not only simple, beautiful and sublime, but also the one that transcends the apparent ritualistic contradictions and complexities which we often think are extant in the Hindu thought. This paper aims to understand the position and the role of Radhaa in the Hindu philosophy.” Read More…

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Teaching argumentation from the Nyaya-Sutras — by P.S. Borkowski, PhD

“Our goal in this pedagogy, like Gotama’s, is practical argument drawn from the theoretical basis of argumentation. This can be extracted from Gotama’s Nyaya-Sutras to craft a sequential outline plan for a course in argumentation for social policy (deliberative) arguments.” Read More…

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