A couple of book reviews of note from today’s Hindu:
- S. Ramachander reviews The concise Oxford history of Indian business. And, in his opinion, it is
All in all, a very reasonably priced volume that would be an essential addition to any good library, and to the reflective practitioner.
- Bindu Puri reviews Debating Gandhi: a reader. In her opinion,
The leitmotif of this reader then becomes its strongest point — the volume creates much-needed space, almost like Heiddegerian space, for debate on issues that Gandhiji thought systematically about. This rescues Gandhian thought from a historical-documentary approach and brings it into the mainstream of academic debate. It is a good start for a person wishing to understand the living Gandhiji.
And, in case you are wondering about the “Heideggerian” (I did), the wiki entry comes handy.