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Ramanujan A.K. Is there an Indian way of thinking (Contrib. Indian Soc.23, 1989)(T)(21s)_M_.djvu
Date Jan 7, 2004
Horse), does the Levi-Straussian opposition of nature-culture make sense;
we see that the opposition itself is culture-bound...
Zimmermann A979) points out that
in Indian medical texts, the body is a meeting-place, a conjunction of
elements; they have a physiology, but no anatomy...
So rasa in aesthetics,
moksa in the 'aims of life', sannydsa in the life-stages, sphota in semantics,
and bhakti in religion define themselves against a background of inexorable
The individual esoteric skills of meditation are
freed from their contexts into a streamlined widely accessible technique...
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