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The Invisible Matter between the Particular and the Universal: Dalit Identity and Indian Parliamentary Marxism

Anilkumar pv

  Anilkumar PV Primo Levi’s writing is a sad and remarkable testimony to the ineluctable epistemological crisis one finds oneself in when writing becomes an act of confronting the nuances of the particular and the universal. His writing looks directly at the unfathomable terror of modernity encapsulated in the Nazi gas chambers. The relentless skeptic …

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How should a Brahmin-Savarna respond to a Dalit voice?

Photo Mahitosh Mandal

  Mahitosh Mandal Speak you too,speak as the last,say out your say. ~ Paul Celan, ‘Speak You Too’ I have not stated my question as ‘How DOES a Brahmin-Savarna respond to a Dalit voice?’ Had I framed it this way, the answer would have been a factual one derived from real-life experiences. If we observe the …