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Living philosophy
Bernard Williams, who pass- ed away on June 10, 2003, was arguably the greatest post-war British philosopher. While Williams’s commanding intellect, penetrating arguments and thoroughly original conception of the...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Smells like a lost cause
Sir — Sonia Gandhi’s determination to remove the Bharatiya Janata Party from power, irrespective of ...  | Read.. 
 
Bill of intent
Sir — The editorial, “Power corrupts” (July 2), very rightly questions the possibility of the imple ...  | Read.. 
 
Off-track
Sir — With the Secunderabad-bound Golconda Express jumping off tracks at Warangal, doubts about the ...  | Read.. 
 
Errata
Sir — In Ashok Mitra’s column on July 11 (“The enthroned lady”), Sister Nivedita has been referred ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
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Political economy...does not recognize the unoccupied worker...so far as he is outside...work relationship. Swindlers, thieves, beggars, the unemployed, the starving, poverty-stricken and criminal working man, are figures which do not exist for political economy, but only for other eyes; for doctors, judges, grave-diggers, beadles, etc. They are ghostly figures outside the domain of political economy. — KARL MARX
 
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Religion is the best medicine
Philip Roth is among the most widely read and respected novelists of today. In the Nineties, he won America’s four major literary awards in succession...  | Read..