Modernity in Indian Social Theory

OUP India (2011)
This book deals with a re-reading of the question and concept of modernity in Indian social theory and its application to understand contemporary Indian society and texts. It examines the work of several past and contemporary thinkers as well as issues like nationalism, secularism, notions of majority and minority, and lived Dalit experiences
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