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Samkara's Advaita Vedanta : A Way of Teaching
Introduction: Studying the Teacher 1. The Teacher Himself 2. The Need for the Teaching 3. The Source for the Teaching 4. The Methods of the Teaching 5. The Context of the Teaching: The world of nameExpand
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Riding a tiger? South Asia and the problem of ‘religion’
Abstract Our objective as editors of this special issue on ‘Teaching Across South Asian Religious Traditions’ is to interrogate the category of ‘religion’ and its use in higher education (university)Expand
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Playing for real : Hindu role models, religion, and gender
PREFACE NOTE ON CONTRIBUTORS INTRODUCTION: PLAYING FOR REAL - HINDU ROLE MODELS, RELIGION AND GENDER ROLE, ROLE MODEL AND FUNCTION: THE SANSKRIT EPIC WARRIOR IN COMPARISON AND THEORY DIGITS FROM THEExpand
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On burglars and making the links: tradition and the re-use of Indic texts
The article argues that, whereas a great deal of exciting scholarly workhas been done on the ways in which South Asian narratives are told, retold and?recycled? across different religious, social andExpand
Myth and History
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A Questioning Approach: Learning from Shankara's Pedagogic Techniques
The pedagogical techniques of Shankara focus on the importance of questioning, reasoned argument and complex citation and discussion of sources give us an example of a learning process embedded in aExpand
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