Volume 8, Number 4, 2016

 

Volume 8, Number 4, 2016

Special Focus on Human Sciences Initiatives

Issue DOI: 10.21659/rupkatha.v8n4

Editorial
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Stephanie Chadwick
Barnett Newman, Gandhi, and the Aesthetics of Nonviolence
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Maria-Ana Tupan
Bachelard, Cassirer and Early Interdisciplinary Humanities
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Miguel López-Astorga
The Problem of the Negation of the Conditional
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Isabel Pinto
The Body Move: Revising Portuguese Female Poetry of the First Quarter of the Twentieth Century
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Jeremy De Chavez & Jan Alain Villegas
The (Im)Possibilities of Happiness in Hegel, Adorno, and Badiou
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Bahee Hadaegh & Mohsen Sohrabi
Heidegger and the Question of Freedom in The Eumenides
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Nabanita Chakraborty
An Answer Answerless: Queen Elizabeth I and the Rhetoric of Procrastination
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Mohammad A. Quayum
Imagining the “Enemy”: Adversarial Roles in Rabindranath Tagore’s Short Stories
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Anna Vladimirovna Kuznetsova et al
The Media Discourse in the Conceptual Coordinates of Linguistic Ecology
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Vladimir Gladyshev, Alena Kouznetsova, Regina Penner
Communication as a Factor of Achieving a Holistic Being in the Age of Networked Media
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Vladimir Gennadyevich Bogomyakov
Contemporary Geopoetics in the Context of the Formation of a New Geospatial Discourse
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Siavash Rohani & Hassan Abootalebi
The Two-Faced Hound: On the Existence of Chivalry and Its Relevance to Knighthood in George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire and Tales of Dunk and Egg
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Avishek Ray
The Aestheticizing Gaze: Siting Nineteenth Century Indian Travel Writing
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Ayusman Chakraborty
Anglo-Indian Novels and the Politics of Canon-Formation: Tara as a Case Study
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Anna Chelnokova & Liliia Streltcova
Brahmarakshasa in modern Hindi literature
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Rakhi Deshmukh & Jaya Dwivedi
Reinterpretation of Amish Tripathi’s Shiva Triology with Selected Verses of Bhagwat Gita
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Christopher Yap Wright
The Queer Queen Quivers: The Gays in Selected Philippine Prose in English
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Artur Dydrov
Image of the Builder of Communism in the Soviet Posters
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Solomon Arulraj David
Social Responsiveness of Higher Education: Access, Equity and Social Justice
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Joydeep Bhattacharyya
Girish Karnad’s Naga-Mandala and Varsha Adalja’s Mandodari: Rethinking the ‘woman’ and devising strategies of resistance
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Book Reviews
Enrico Beltramini
Book Reviews: Esalen. America and the Religion of No Religion by Jeffrey J. Kripal & Super Natural: A New Vision of the Unexplained by Whitley Strieber & Jeffrey J. Kripal
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K. Parameswaran
Review Article: Holistic Perspective on Legalism and Justice in Indian Family Law onRedefining Family Law in India ed. by Archana Parashar & Amita Danda
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