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|Forster describes this risk in describing Fielding: The feeling grew that Mr. |
Fielding was a disruptive force, and rightly, for ideas are fatal to caste, and he
used ideas by that most potent method— interchange. Neither a missionary nor a
|In one instance, British commentators on India perceived in caste the aftermath of |
a failed effort to preserve the biological ... All over the world, intellectuals would
appropriate and adapt social Darwinist ideas, ideas that would seem even more
|85 Most of Weber's study of India is devoted to an analysis of Hinduism and the |
caste system, which he viewed as the ... or even touching or glancing at the
wrong kind of person could be ritually defiling and have fatal consequences for
|Further, there is a scientific reason behind caste. ... It is wrong to conjecture that |
division of labour has come into being from any systems of idea such as,
feudalism or capitalism. ... Before that any attempt to break caste is fatal to
|Forster, Edward M. Ideas are fatal to caste. - Forster, Edward M. Life -- No, I've |
nothing to teach you about it for the moment. May be writing about it another
week. - Forster, Edward M. I believe we shall come to care about people less and
|Nothing can be more fatal td the equal rights of all ra. tional beings than the |
vague pantheistic connections that are set up ... By perverting the idea of
immortality, the doctrine t>f metempsychosis perverts at the same time the ideas
of merit and ...
|Although elders enjoyed special respect as the bearers of accumulated tribal |
myth and lore, they had no special authority over their juniors, once those juniors
had reached manhood and been fully initiated; and the idea of hereditary castes
|The term “hilly” (pahan) in addition to describing the hilly terrain in Shahargaon, |
also invokes a set of ideas and beliefi associated with north Indian communities
that do not follow the upper—caste prescriptive codes for establishing marital ...
|... and practices, arising apparently from similar principles, towards those |
unfortunates who, in the scale of Hindu Castes, ... have permitted any false ideas
of expediency to have betrayed them into so fatal a step as its open
|... for a restrictive definition and that a flexible approach to the idea of a traditional |
Aborigine was preferable.26 In general law ... The latter has connotations of the "'
half-caste', 'quarter-caste' categories of the Assimilation era".28 In the 1998 ...