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We The People – Foundations by Bruce Ackerman – Volume I

As a student came across Bruce Ackerman with Princeton University’s prescribed reading list on Public Law. Started with We the People Foundations – Volume I. It totally makes sense. It explains as to who has the legitimacy to play and … Continue reading

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Mutual Respect versus Mere Tolerance

From the religious realm to political or societal, whether a man is ready to respect the other for what he actually is or would he simply be ready to only tolerate his existence because at a given point of time … Continue reading

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Reflections: On “Being Different” by Rajiv Malhotra

Mr. Rajiv Malhotra is a hero for those Hindus who think that they know for sure that the truth is on their side but they don’t know what it is. Being Different of Mr. Malhotra shall surely help Hindus whose … Continue reading

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My Reflections on “The Battle for Sanskrit” written by Shri. Rajiv Malhotra

Ever since the superimposition of Westphalia concept of nation state on a formerly colonized state or newly liberated territory (i.e., India) from colonial subjugation, the debate whether this land is a single nation state or a state of many nations … Continue reading

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