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Ethics in India

R. Srinivasan


Abstract

There is so much of ‘ethics’ in the air, even among our political (frightened) class that there is a distinct fear of the rhetoric becoming hypocritical, imitative and demonstratively vulgar. We shall again elevate ambivalence into a mystique and refuse to see truths steadily.

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