Download sarai Reader- 08: Fear by Edited by Monica Narula, Shuddhabrata Sengupta, Jeebesh PDF

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Otherwise you will have much to fear voices reason). Is the violence of command – how different from assurance when it is effective – a refuge for sense? Reason has nothing to fear but (fear) itself. If the latter has been said to be rationality, it already infects it with what would have to be left alien. Rationality has to alienate itself – explain itself in terms of what it is not – to evade the charge of vacuity even while it loses ratio. 2 Pure reason and pure nature have thereby little to distinguish themselves, perpetually fading they cast culture, as their always final card ventriloquising right: how else to (mistakenly) identify one as (universal) subject.

2 Pure reason and pure nature have thereby little to distinguish themselves, perpetually fading they cast culture, as their always final card ventriloquising right: how else to (mistakenly) identify one as (universal) subject. In the monochromatic monotony of tone, the president of a country less than 15 years from becoming a nuclear hit man had said, “There is nothing more to fear more than fear itself”. This ignited: mushrooming Japanese skies. Brilliant -- and deeply profound -- in an age awash with fear.

And the inability to answer the following questions: will a Hindu nationalist party come to power? If so, will it instigate communal violence? Will I be caught up in it and become vulnerable? I’ve translated the insecurity that results from not being able to predict the future into a self-induced victimisation. This essay grew out of the desire to admit my fears publicly, to share them with an audience and, perhaps, overcome them through articulation. In reality, it has been an attempt to control and rationalise them.

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