Authentic Existence₹ 425.00 Add to cart
CASTE VICTIMIZATION₹ 350.00 Add to cart
HUMAN DIGNITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS₹ 200.00 Add to cart
HUMAN DIGNITY IN CATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT₹ 175.00 Add to cart
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Authentic Existence₹ 425.00
GEORGE PANTHANMACKEL, MSFS
ACPI, an ‘Association of Christian Philosophers of India,’ was conceived in 1975 and was born as an informal group in 1976. It had a humble origin, stable growth and reasonable achievements. The academic identity of the ACPI is born and nurtured by its specific way of ‘Indian Christian philosphizing.’ Standing rooted in the twofold Indian and Christian heritage, ACPI has been philosophizing with a difference, which has already given birth to thirteen books in its Annual Series, and three in its Special Series, including the two-volume ACPI Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
CASTE VICTIMIZATION₹ 350.00
A Study on The Dalits (Arunthathiyars) of Dalits
Author: Fr. Jebamalai Irudayaraj SJ
The book exclusively focuses on Arunthathiyars and sheds light on the evils of victimization encountered by them in the hands of dominant castes, State and other Dalit communities. The study is commendable particularly because it has provided us with an action plan to work against caste victimization and discrimination of the Arunthathiyars. No doubt this path-breaking research will further the cause of the liberation of the Arunthathiyar community in Tamil Nadu and elsewhere in the country.
HUMAN DIGNITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS₹ 200.00
Concepts from Christian and Hindu Traditions
by Fr. Linus Neli
In this section we shall discuss the Christian understanding of man fashioned in the image of God and the consequence of bearing the likeness of God. This concept contains a fundamental teaching with regard to the identity and the vocation of the human person. The dignity of all human person is the very basis of our existence and, in spirit, for all our development initiatives. This book will be resourceful to the students of human rights as well as those engaged in social work.
HUMAN DIGNITY IN CATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT₹ 175.00
The author in this book clearly shows that participation and solidarity is vital, rescuing people from individualism and giving them a sense of responsibility for each other and for the welfare of the community. This book targets not only those readers who are called to spread knowledge of the social teaching of the Church directly or indirectly but especially those who are aware that their liberation is bound up with that of the marginalized, and who are willing to work together for a just and peaceful society by respecting and defending dignity of every person.
LAMENTING LOSS AND RESISTING REPRESSION₹ 150.00
Dr. D. Manohar Chandra Prasad
Towards Dalit Solidarity in Challenging Caste Oppression through Collective Lament by Rev. Dr. D. Manohar Chandra Pasad is a study focusing on the liberative motifs in the Communal lament Psalms in the Bible and drawing parallels with the ongoing Dalit laments. This book highlights the Dalits struggle for identity, social acceptance and ways to eradicate caste oppression, untouchability and all other forms of social and cultural oppression. In this book the author has emphasized the importance to understand the laments found in the Psalms and the pathetic situation of the Dalits who are being socially criticized for the last 3,000 years in India.
THE STRUGGLE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS₹ 50.00
The book expresses Dr. Thomas’ opposition to a society that is structurally unjust and denies human rights to its people. The book contains a selection of Dr. Thomas’ speeches and articles on matters related to human rights. The Annexures are taken from the “United Nations and Human Rights”, published by the U.N. and “Put Out Words to Rights”, published by the Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative.
VISION FROM THE MARGIN₹ 275.00
This significant publication by Thadathil is a thought provoking study of the social and subaltern history of modern Kerala. As a noteworthy contribution to marginal hermeneutics and to the current reinterpretation of the history of modern India it spans a variety of relevant field: culture, history, literature, philosophy, religion and sociology. In a context where tradition has been represented in opposition to modernity, this exposition presents through an innovative study of a modern movement, a new rereading of tradition that paves the way for a hither to marginalized group to reclaim its identity.
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