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Category: Post-modernism

Significance Of Insignificant Thoughts

The idea of Economy held by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (October 2, 1869 – January 30, 1948) – it may be said – deviated significantly from the mainstream ideas. Those, who […]

A Farewell To Welfare?

French Philosopher Michel Foucault revitalised interest in Jeremy Bentham’s Panopticon in his publication ‘Discipline and Punish’ in the 1970’s. He used Bentham’s concept of Panopticon as a way to illustrate […]

Deconstructing The Image Of Reality

THE TECHNOLOGICAL FIXATION: DECONSTRUCTING THE IMAGE OF REALITY IN THE AGE OF PANDEMIC By Ayush Majumdar and Dr Gouri Sankar Nag The sudden familiarity of the human beings with the […]

Film-making & Gender Discrimination…

Meshes of the Afternoon, a 1943 short experimental film directed by Maya Deren (April 29, 1917 – October 13, 1961) and her husband Alexander Hammid, shows a woman, that was […]

Inwards: In Words…

In an article titled ‘Space of Literature‘ (1955; trans. 1982), French Philosopher Maurice Blanchot (September 22, 1907 – February 20, 2003) magnificently portrayed the limitation of an author. According to […]

‘One Should Not Hope For Anything’

“I wanted to write a novel… However, you could find articles, journalism, reviews, letters, and even poems in it…“… this is what Pier Paolo Pasolini (March 5, 1922 – November […]

Theory Of Choice & Modern India…

Dr Partha Chatterjee – the India-born Political Scientist, Historian, Anthropologist, and a Professor of Anthropology and of Middle Eastern, South Asian and African Studies at Columbia University – recently visited his […]

Leftist Politics: A Crisis?

Evolution of Revolution… Is it possible for Art to predict the Reality… that too, well in advance? Jean-Luc Godard – the French-Swiss Film Director, Screenwriter and Film Critic – went […]