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Rationality and Tribal Thought

Sujata Miri (Editor)
Synopsis The book consists primarily of papers presented at a Seminar on ‘Rationality and Tribal Thought’ organized by the Department of Philosophy of North-Eastern Hill University in the year 2001. The papers deal with issues ranging from the intricacies of the concept of rationality embedded in modern Western thought to detailed consideration of tribal currents of thought, action and life and the problem of understanding that they throw up. The book fills an important gap in our efforts to come to grips with the ideas of diversity, plurality and unity.
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About the author

Sujata Miri

Sujata Miri (b. 1942), is a Professor of Philosophy and at present she is the Dean of the School of Humanities and Education of North-Eastern Hill University. Throughout her long career as a teacher and researcher she has developed a deep interest in the understanding of cultures other than one’s own, particularly tribal cultures. Her interests range from philosophy to anthropology and history of the tribal people of the north-eastern region. Her published books include: Suffering, Religion and Society: North-East India (Ed); The Khasi World View: A Conceptual Exploration; Langmai Nagas: Legends and Stories; Communalism in Assam: A Civilisation Approach.

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Title Rationality and Tribal Thought
Author Sujata Miri
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition Ist ed.
Language: English
isbn 817099912X
length viii+206p., Notes; References; Index; 23cm.