Monthly Archives: October 2011

Reflections on Rajiv Malhotra’s Being Different


Being Different: An Indian Challenge to Western Universalism  is a scholarly book from the keyboard of Mr. Rajiv Malhotra. Malhotra has had an unusually rich and influential career: With a background in science and after a successful business venture, he … Continue reading

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Three Kinds of Propostions


Propositions may be put under three categories: 1. Provable statements. These are propositions whose actual or probable truth value may be ascertained through logic, observation, experiments, etc. The sciences and a good deal of normal discourse consist mostly of provable … Continue reading

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