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Ranciere, Jacques: The Flesh of Words: The Politics of Writing, Stanford University Press, ISBN: 080474078X
einige Lagerspuren Editorial Reviews\n\nProduct Description\nThis new collection of challenging literary studies plays with a foundational definition of Western culture: the word become flesh. But the word become flesh is not, or no longer, a theological already-given. It is a millennial goal or telos toward which each text strives.\n\nBoth witty and immensely erudite, Jacques RanciCre leads the critical reader through a maze of arrivals toward the moment, perhaps always suspended, when the word finds its flesh. That is what he, a valiant and good-humored companion to these texts, goes questing for through seven essays examining a wide variety of familiar and unfamiliar works.\n\nA text is always a commencement, the word setting out on its excursions through the implausible vicissitudes of narrative and the bizarre phantasmagorias of imagery, Don Quixote's unsent letter reaching us through generous Balzac, lovely Rimbaud, demonic Althusser. The word is on its way to an incarnation that always lies ahead of the writer and the reader both, in this anguished democracy of language where the word is always taking on its flesh.\n\nFrom the Inside Flap\nThis new collection of challenging literary studies plays with a foundational definition of Western culture: the word become flesh. But the word become flesh is not, or no longer, a theological already-given. It is a millennial goal or telos toward which each text strives.\nBoth witty and immensely erudite, Jacques RanciCre leads the critical reader through a maze of arrivals toward the moment, perhaps always suspended, when the word finds its flesh. That is what he, a valiant and good-humored companion to these texts, goes questing for through seven essays examining a wide variety of familiar and unfamiliar works.\nA text is always a commencement, the word setting out on its excursions through the implausible vicissitudes of narrative and the bizarre phantasmagorias of imagery, Don Quixote's unsent letter reaching us through generous Balzac, lovely Rimbaud, demonic Althusser. The word is on its way to an incarnation that always lies ahead of the writer and the reader both, in this anguished democracy of language where the word is always taking on its flesh. , ISBN-13: 9780804740784
Swami Vimuktananda Illustrator: . Aparokshanubhuti: Or Self-Realization of Sri Sankaracharya, Advaita Ashrama 1993 ISBN: 9788175051072
Very Good Softcover 12 x 18 cm. It is one of the most important works of Shankaracharya on Advaita philosophy. The central theme of the book is the identity of the individual self and Universal Self. This identity is realized through the removal of the ignorance that hides the truth, by the light of Vichara or enquiry alone. To those who have neither the time nor the opportunity to go through the classical works of Shankara, this book will be an invaluable guide in their quest after spiritual truth. CONTENTS: 1. Invocation 2. Introduction 3. Means to Acquiring Sadhanchatushtaya (Four Preliminary Qualifications) 4. Vairagya (Dispassion) 5. Viveka (Discrimination) 6. Sama and Dama (Internal and External Restraint) 7. Uparati (Equipoise of the Mind) and Titiksha (Forbearance) 8. Sraddha (Faith) and Samadhana (Concentration) 9. Mumukshuta (Yearning For Liberation) 10. The Necessity of Discrimination 11. The Nature of Discrimination 12. The Nature of Ignorance 13. The Self-Effulgent Nature of the Atman 14. The Identification of the Body and the Atman through Ignorance 15. The Nature of Knowledge 16. Refutation of Sunyavada (Nihilism) 17. Discrimination between the Atman and the Body 18. Futility of Such Discrimination Except by Denying that the Body is the Alman 19. Division in Consciousness is Inadmissible 20. Pure Consciousness Appears as the World through Ignorance 21. The World, Having Brahman as its Material Cause, is Identical with it 22. The Idea of the Pervaded and the Pervading is Illusory 23. The Refutation of Variety by the Sruti 24. Maya (Nescience) is the Cause of these Varieties 25. All Beings are Brahman 26. Brahman as the Substratum of All Names, Forms, Etc. 27. Everything Having Emanated From Brahman has the Nature of Brahman 28. The Idea of Difference Causes Fear Ignorance, the Cause of Duality, Disappears Through The Knowledge Of The Non-Dual Atman 29. Identification of Jivatman and Paramatman on the Strength of the Srut 30. Falsity of the Three States, Waking, Dream and Sleep, and the Reality of Consciousness the Witness 31. Jivahood is Superimposed on Brahman-Illustrations 32. The Appearance of the Atman as the Universe-Illustrations 33. Brahman as the Substratum of All Actions 34. Brahman, The Cause, is Inseparable from the World, its Effect 35. Atman Appears to Be Pure to the Wise and Impure to the Ignorant 36. The Division into the Self and Non-Self is Futile 37. The Atman Appears as the Body through Ignorance-Illustrations 38. Adhyasa (Superimposition) and its Disappearance through Knowledge 39. The Body, a Non-Kntity, is not the Atman 40. Knowledge and Prarabdha (Momentum of Past Work) 41. Refutation of Prarabdha 42. Prarabdha Cannot Exist after the Dawn of Knowledge 43. What is Prarabdha 44. The Body, Being a Superimposition, Cannot have Real Birth 45. With the Destruction of Ignorance the World is also Destroyed 46. The World Appears through Ignorance 47. When the Substratum is Known, the Superimposed (Universe) Disappears 48. Prarabdha is Spoken of by the Sruti for the Ignorant 49. Text Cited in Refutation of Prarabdha 50. Prarabdha Involves Contradictions and Goes Counter to Vedantic Conclusions 51. Fifteen Steps to the Attainment of Knowledge 52. Constant Practice of the Steps Enjoined 53. The Enumeration of the Steps 54. Yama (Restraint of the Senses) 55. Niyama (Restraint of the Mind) 56. Tyaga (Renunciation) 57. Mauna (Silence) 58. Vijana-Desha (A Solitary Place) 59. Kala (Time) 60. Asana (Posture) 61. Sldohasana (A Particular Yogic Posture) 62. Mulabandha (' Restraining Root ') 63. Dehasamya'(Equipoise of the Limbs) 64. Drik-Shthiti (Fixing the Vision) 65. Pranayama (Control of the Vital Forces) 66. Rechaka (Exhaling) and Puraka (Inhaling) 67. Kumiihaka (Holding the Breath) 68. Pratyahara (Withdrawal of the Mind) 69. Dharana (Concent Printed Pages: 86. 5th or later edition
[SW: Aparokshanubhuti: Or Self-Realization of Sri SankaracharyaSwami Vimuktananda9788175051072]
L. Rathakrishnan Illustrator: . Empowerment of Women Through Entrepreneurship, Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd 2008 ISBN: 9788121209656
New Hardcover . Empowerment of Women through Entrepreneurship is a collection of 31 papers, which presents a new and fundamental way of bringing Empowerment through different entrepreneurial activities. It covers broad range of entrepreneurial activities ranging from agriculture, non-agriculture manufacturing, and service sectors. The edited volume brings the fact that women are independent and significantly contribute to Family and Society in terms of measurable economic activities. The dynamism, innovation, self-confidence are described in this book. All facts and figures are supported by various authenticated reports and published documents. This Book may act as compendium of women entrepreneurship issues and their solutions. Convent: I. Women EMPOWERMENT : THE BACKGROUND 1. Women Empowerment-Still a Pipe Dream/A Ranga Reddy 2. Status of Women in India : Some Dimensions/D. Pulla Rao 3. Women Entrepreneurship in India : an Analysis/D. Pulla Rao 4. Women Entrepreneurship in India : a Gender Perspective/P. Balamurugan 5. Marginalisation in the Midst of Modernization-Women's Health Empowerment/V. Basil Hans 6. Who Say Women Can't Pro-Create on their Own?/L. Rathakrishnan and V.P. Sriraman 7. A Study of the Status of Women Entrepreneurs and Determinants of their Empowerment in India/R. Balasubramaniyan 8. Status of Women in Informal Sector/D. Pulla Rao 9. Women Entrepreneurs : Current Trends and Future Avenues/Prabha Mathur II. SELF-HELP GROUP : MEANS OF SUSTAINABLE WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP : 10. Self-Help Groups a Viable Alternative for Sustainable Development/R. Seerangarajan and A.T. Narasimhan 11. Self-Help Groups and Women Empowerment/A. Ingarsal and A. Balakrishnan 12. Credit Support to Women Entrepreneurs Under SGSY : a Case Study of Tripura/A.V. Yadappanavar 13. Impact of Micro-Finance on Women Empowerment : a Case Study/K. Thiripura Sundari and Raj Santan 14. Observations of SHGs in Micro Enterprise Activity/M. Soundara Pandian and G. Saravanan 15. Sustainable Livelihood of Women : a Case Study of Mangalore City in Karnataka/D.P. Angadi and Jayasheela 16. Women Entrepreneurship : Issues and Concerns/Yathish Kumar III. EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN THROUGH ENTREPRENEURSHIP: EMPIRICAL FINDINGS : 17. Empowerment of Women Through Entrepreneurship : an Empirical Study/G. Vijayalakshmi and B. Prajeetha 18. Women Entrepreneurs in Jharkhand : an Overview/Kiran Mishra 19. Economics of Women Micro Enterprises : a Case Study of Visakhapatnam City/B. Padma Narayan and B.V. Suryanarayan 20. Empowerment of Women Entrepreneurship in Visakhapatnam City/B. Ratna Kumari, Zilani Begum and M. Anitha 21. Capacity Building of Women Through Tiny Industries/L. Rathakrishnan. 22. Empowerment of Women Through Information and Communication Technology : Barriers in Developing Countries//U. Arabi 23. Enterprise Among Farm Women in India and Understanding their Constraints : an Exploration of NSSO's Household Data/Nilabja Ghosh 24. Correlated Towards Emancipation of Women Entrepreneurship-A Diagnostic Study on Women Entrepreneurs in Food Processing Enterprises/R. Ganesan 25. Women Participation in Dairy Entrepreneurship : a Case Study in Kurnool District of Andhra Pradesh/I. Narendra Kumar, G. Chandrasekar Rao, V.K. Reddy and V.B. Naidu 26. Fisherwomen and Entrepreneurship/Arpita Sharma 27. The Role of Fisherwomen in Fishing Activity : a Study of the Fisherwomen in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh/T. Sobhasri and G. Sanjeevayya 28. Women in Informal Services Sector: a Case Study of Beauticians in Visakhapatnam City/P. Tarakumari 29. Women Administrators in Non-Governmental Organizations/Shanthi Nachiappan and B. Dharmalingam IV. WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS : PROBLEMS AND Prospects : 30. Problems Faced by Women Entrepreneurs in Tiruchirapalli/V. Gamathi 31. Marketing Practices and Constraints in Women Enterprises/K. Selvar Printed Pages: 464. .
[SW: Empowerment of Women Through EntrepreneurshipL. Rathakrishnan9788121209656]
Dom Moraes (Author) & Mario Miranda (Illus.) Illustrator: . The Open Eyes: A Journey Through Karnataka, Lustre/Roli Books 2005 ISBN: 9788174364043
New Hardcover . He begins in the dense woods roamed by wild tigers and panthers. He begins with a little native boy whose large eyes open and see his changing country with mild curiosity and, at times, shocking fear. Dom Moraes borrows this pair of eyes to see his world the way he sees it, and then tell you a story. In this entertaining and witty mix of history, diary and the ramifications of the modern age, the story of the land of Karnataka is told through the eyes of many people. Following the paths gazed by these eyes, Moraes's personal experiences bring out the feel and smell of the place, but more, the hope. Karnataka has layers of culture, civilization and history, and it is this, the enthralling and enigmatic features of this ancient-modern state, that the author sets out to trace and move more through time than space. He tells the story with the ease of a preoccupied traveller who shifts between past and present because he believes they cannot be separate. Watching the roads and rivers that loop and whirl through the land, he travels through the rivers that flow constantly through the minds of its people. And more importantly, through his own. Until his eyes become a sum of theirs and of that little native boy's when the beginning began. Printed Pages: 127. .
[SW: Open Eyes: A Journey Through KarnatakaDom Moraes (Author) & Mario Miranda (Illus.)9788174364043]