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Ramanujan A.K. Есть ли индийское мышление (Contrib. Индийский Soc.23, 1989) М.

Ramanujan A.K. Is there an Indian way of thinking (Contrib. Indian Soc.23, 1989)(T)(21s)_M_.djvu

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too does not come in uniform units: certain hours of the day, certain days
of the week, etc., are auspicious or inauspicious (rahukdla); certain units of
time (yugas) breed certain kinds of maladies, politics, religions, e.g.,
kaliyuga...
He posits a
Is there an Indian way of thinking? An informal essay/ 53
familial self, a 'self-we regard', sees no phase'of separation/individuation
from the parental family as in modern America; hence there seems to be
no clear-cut adolescent phase through which one rebels, and thereby
separates and individuates oneself in opposition to one's family (the
exceptions arc in 'modern' urban-centred families)...
The last of the great Hindu anti-contextual notions, bhakti, is different
from the above; it denies the very need for context...



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