15. 10. 2011
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A Muslim Meditation on Violence

Nauman Naqvi What is the source of Islam’s potential for a beautiful, passive revolution today? How are the greater and lesser jihads distinct and entangled? What are the experiences of force given in...

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05. 03. 2011
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Subjects and Persons

Supriya Chaudhuri  In the preface to his late and incomplete novel Jogajog (1929; trans. Relationships, 2005), Rabindranath Tagore attempted to distinguish, in a way that might seem eccentric to European discourses of the...

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11. 02. 2011
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Collective Pride

  Arindam Chakrabarti   One good thing about collective pride seems to be that it has a tendency to curb or neutralize individual pride. One often takes pride in one's family or school...

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09. 01. 2011
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Spritual Politics as Marriage of Opposites

Vasanthi Srinivasan Ananda Coomaraswamy, known primarily as an art historian, deserves attention also as a philosopher of spiritual traditions. As a keeper of the Indian collection at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts...

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08. 01. 2011
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In Heidegger’s Hut

Amlan Dasgupta  In 1966 or 1967 (the year is variously reported)  the poet Paul Celan journeyed to a place called Todtnauberg , in the Black Mountains in Germany. He was visiting the mountain...

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