At the Edge of Psychology Ashis Nandy

ISBN: 9780195626216

Published: January 17th 1991

142 pages


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At the Edge of Psychology  by  Ashis Nandy

At the Edge of Psychology by Ashis Nandy
January 17th 1991 | | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 142 pages | ISBN: 9780195626216 | 6.30 Mb

In this volume of essays Ashis Nandy discusses several major issues and personalities of modern India - Rammohun Roy and sati, the social and cultural forces represented by Gandhi and his assassins- concepts of woman and womanhood- and Indira GandhiMoreIn this volume of essays Ashis Nandy discusses several major issues and personalities of modern India - Rammohun Roy and sati, the social and cultural forces represented by Gandhi and his assassins- concepts of woman and womanhood- and Indira Gandhi and the culture of Indian politics. The author argues that reform movements and the role played by many of these personalities was the outcome, not only of social and economic pressures, but of the individuals own psychological make-up, desires, and insecurities.



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