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17 Aug 2020

Governance concerns the structures and institutions that are essential to ordering the lives of human beings when they live together in communities. Fukuyama’s proclamation of the ‘end of history’ in 1989 has not, however, proved true: the uncontested dominance of libe...

17 Aug 2020

Religion has been a cornerstone in the flow of human civilization for centuries. This manthan examined institutionalised religion; the systematic organisation of religious beliefs, values and practices into institutions, including buildings, organisations and hierarchi...

17 Aug 2020

History/definition of postmodernism

The narratives dominating the academic biosphere  at present can be summarised under the umbrella term: postmodern.

Postmodernism has been articulated as a departure from Modernist thought, generally distrusting the idea of an “objecti...

17 Aug 2020

This candid exploration of the nature of wealth creation and the future of sustainable wealth creation begins with Dr Jamie Whyte providing temporal context to the discussion:

Nearly all human wealth has been generated in the past 200 years (see above). Whilst this grow...

Dharma has been an oft discussed but seldom understood concept and term. Dharma is the anchor and the foundation of the Hindu civilization. But what is Dharma?

This paper calls upon everyone to revisit and challenge the prevalent populist view of who is a Hindu.

11 Jan 2017

This is a short paper on understanding the difference between the term history as popularly understood and the ancient Sanskrit term itihasa.

15 Sep 2015

There's communism and capitalism. Is there a 'third way'? This article argues how dharmic principles can assist in formulating a more sustainable "third way".

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