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Autonomy and Intersubjectivity in Different Praxes

Autonomy and Intersubjectivity in Different Praxes

The Political Philosophies of Antonio Gramsci and B R Ambedkar: Itineraries of Dalits and Subalterns edited by Cosimo Zene; London and New York: Routledge, 2013; pp 242, $90 (hbk).

Secular intellectuals adopt a split discourse on the matters dealing with India’s political philosophy. Some commentators argue for “endogenous” political theory building on “indigenous” concepts from heterodox tradition. Others are for “exogenous” (Western) theories that could be applied in (Indian) experience. The book under review attempts a refreshing departure from these dichotomous approaches in political philosophy and more importantly political practices.

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