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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
cited in the earlier parts of this essay...
Even the Kamasutra is literally a grammar of love—which
declines and conjugates men and women as one would nouns and verbs in
different genders, voices, moods and aspects...
The last of the great Hindu anti-contextual notions, bhakti, is different
from the above; it denies the very need for context...
When Indians learn, quite expertly, modern science, business, or techno-
technology, they 'compartmentalize' these interests (Singer 1972: 32Off.); the
new ways of thought and behaviour do not replace, but live along with
older 'religious' ways...
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