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  1. M. Innes-Brown & S. Chatterjee (1999). The Relevance of the Guna Theory in the Congruence of Eastern Values and Western Management Practice. Journal of Human Values 5 (2):93-102.
    The relevance of the guna theory to applications of Western management practice is seen in this paper as an insight holding capacity to guide managerial behaviour. In its essence, the guna theory depicts values which constitute human personality into a sattwa-rajas delineation of deepened understanding, giving direction to action and which, in turn, illustrates negative values likely to cause obstruction. For managers to appreciate this level of understanding, while simultaneously sensing those values which inhibit purposeful action, may be regarded as (...)
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  2. S. Chatterjee (1997). Book Reviews : Ananda, A Critique of Some Recent Thinking in India. New Delhi: APC Publications, 1996, 187 Pp., Rs 250. [REVIEW] Journal of Human Values 3 (1):129-133.
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  3. S. Chatterjee (1940). The Nyaya Theory of Knowledge. Philosophical Review 49:602.
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