Category Archives: Philosophy

Indian Deities Worshipped in Japan


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April 11, 2016 · 8:27 pm

Foundations of Indian Culture by R. Ganesh

For a quite some time I have been searching for some lucid material on the foundations of Indian culture, the so called sanatan dharma, that can be understood by everyone. Finally, I found these 18 hours lectures by R. Ganesh which are amazing, because they are very easy to understand and at the same time covers most aspects of the foundations of sanatan dharam in an intimate setting (conversationally).

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Gandhi and the Political Enlightenment – Akeel Bilgrami

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Noam Chomsky and Lawrence Krauss

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Ravindra Sharma on Indian Perspective of Education (Hindi)

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What Europe can learn from India

“While Europe is advanced in many ways, Dr Thomas Bak – a neurologist and cognitive neuroscientist of international repute, from School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences, Edinburgh – lays down many areas where India has to teach the world and what Europe in particular can learn from India.”

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April 26, 2013 · 9:13 am

Slavoj Zizek on charitable giving

In this short RSA Animate, renowned philosopher Slavoj Zizek investigates the surprising ethical implications of charitable giving.

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