Mapping Ethical Turn Through Indian Tales: Life Work and Thought


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About the Book: 

The aim of this research is to enumerate, to reinstate the importance of ethics (against self-drawn morals) and approach the Western Ethical Turn through Indian Ethics. It also brings in the praxis by exploring the mode of their dispersal via medium of tales. The project moves further as it looks at the popular and influential area of management (corporate) where the impact is largely felt. The “management” here intends to be all-inclusive spanning from deep self to the external world of systems and organisations. All-inclusive approach attracts readers from various walks of life —general readers to the academicians belonging to the different faculties —Literature and Languages, Education, Philosophy and Management among others. This book would be a subject of interest for a parent, a teacher or any citizen of the world who aims to lead a meaningful life and inspire the younger generation to add value to their stay on this earth.

About the Author:

Dr. Meenu Aggarwal Gupta is an Associate Professor in the Dept of English and Cultural Studies, Panjab University, Chandigarh, India. Her research interests include the areas of Literary Theory, Salman Rushdie and comparative analysis between Deleuzo-Guattarian and Indian Philosophy. She has successfully supervised eight PhD Theses and eleven M.Phil Dissertations. She has been invited to present research papers in conferences in India and abroad. She also coordinates English Proficiency Courses and Soft-skills Workshops.

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Weight 0.5 kg
Dimensions 10 × 11 × 12 cm
Book Author

Meenu A. Gupta

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