Sunday, February 14, 2016

To be human is to experience that apodeictic sense of being a conscious subject
Ramakant A. Sinari - 1991 - ‎Snippet view

The Ontological Structure of Man R.A. SINARI From the point of view of both the inner structure and the outer ... Whether it is directed outward or inward, the knowing mind makes certain things stand out under its flash-light as it were, but an ...
Ramakant A. Sinari - 1966 - ‎Snippet view

Ramakant A. Sinari. and projection are one and the same thing. Indeed Jaspers'snotion of 'Existenz-Freedom' has got hardly anything common with the classical theory of ... It is hard to imagine that man's being would ever interrogate itself, had it not had an inner potentiality of transcending ... No outward and fragmentary process of mind would give us the exact content of this innermost life of our being .

man cannot live only by his consciousness good or bad, he needs authentic mode of life and style of functioning. He lives only when his inward consciousness andoutward actions are coherently related and worked together. In this respect, the subjective way ... In R.A. Sinari's words "The becoming of an existent is nothing but the manifestation of a passion to live and live infinitely. 'It is impossible to exist ...
Pradip Kumar Sengupta - 2012 - ‎Preview

Like Scheler, Heidegger states the opposition between the human 'Spirit' andman's 'technical intelligence'. Heidegger argues that ... One of the most originalconcepts Heidegger poses against the outward attainments of science is man's ' throwness' and 'fallenness' in the world. ... to as Dasein. Dasein, which is 'thrown' or 'fallen' in the world and to which Being discloses itself, is 58 Ramakant Sinari.
Joris van Nispen, ‎Douwe Tiemersma - 1991 - ‎Snippet view

Man: the. elusive. reality. Ramakant Sinari (God) To be human is to experience that apodeictic sense of being a ... Whether our consciousness is directed inward or outward, it apprehends certain phenomena with complete certainty, but an ...

Being a ceaseless flux, an abode of epistemic possibilities very few of which are actually materialised in rational knowledge, our subjectivity is an outward- inward movement having no ... the meaning of his life and for re-structuring his relationship to the world and others man must explore his 'inside', his self, but ... CHAPTER 11 A New Vision of Purusarthas and Quantum Entaglement 174 Ramakant Sinari.

The Quest for Man: The Topicality of Philosophical Anthropology
Joris van Nispen, ‎Douwe Tiemersma - 1991 - ‎Snippet view
Ramakant Sinari (God) To be human is to experience that apodeictic sense of being a conscious subject (an ego-locus, so to speak, in which and around which events occur. There is a certain naturalness and continuity about this experience,  ...

Indian Philosophy: Past and Future - Page 120
S. S. Rama Rao Pappu, ‎R. Puligandla - 1982 - ‎Snippet view - ‎More editions
II To be in the world is to experience that apodeictic sense of being a conscious subject (an "I" locus as it were) in and around ... slippery, and enigmatic lies spread out before one's attention when one turns it onto one's own sense of being.

Reconciling Self-Knowledge and Life in the World The experience of the silent, remote, immutable Brahman is so overwhelming to the seeker, that it makes the world and its activities seem either to be illu...
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GHAR KI IZZAT (1948) - Ae dard zara dum le - Amirbai ... ZAMANA 1938: Ae dard zaraa ...
Is gaane ko (composed in Raag Bhairavi) Amirbai Karnataki, who was the topmost playback singer in forties till Lata displaced her reign in 1948, ne jis melodious dardili soz aur dard bhari awaz me gaya, use sunkar Lata bhi sharma jayegi, because Lata ki voice me freshness of a teenage girl to hai magar dard, soz aur wo curvy murkian nahi jo Amirbai men theen. 
4 years ago

Lataji is no match to Ameer abi Karnataki when the quality of expression and singing is taken. Sadly tastes changed with times and Lataji had a field day.It was the tradition to sing at full throat in the past and Ammer bai, Sahmshad, Tun Tun, Hamida Bano, Khurshid, Bibbo, Jyoti belonged to this school while Lataji catered for changed tastes with low tones. All good things have to come to end some day. 
3 years ago

Amir Bai recorded this song for Zamana (1938), one of her earliest songs in Hindi movies. The same song is played on a Radio in a scene in Ghar Ki Izzat (1948). In this recording, one can hear a dialogues in the movie while the song is being played on the Radio and also the song is switched off abruptly.
3 years ago

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