Change the World Without Taking Power?

John Holloway, a Marxist philosopher, in his “Change the World Without Taking Power” provides an important critique of the present-day revolutions.

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Where There is No Caste: Utopia

Isabel Wilkerson, in her bestselling book “Caste: The Lies That Divide Us,” introduces caste as a guiding framework to analyse racial hierarchy in the US.

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Can We Separate Art From the Artist?

The historic #MeToo movement, which gained momentum in 2017, has thrown a spotlight into the men-of-art and their unlicensed abuse of power.

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We Don’t Need No Thought Control

‘We Don’t Need No Education’ — a catchy phrase in Pink Floyd’s 1979 release of ‘The Wall’ became an instant hit reaching a worldwide audience.

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Indian Police and the Custodial Deaths

The Police system in India is in a dangerous state of disrepair with skyrocketing cases of human rights violations, encounter killings and institutional murders.

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Politics in the Time of COVID-19

The pandemic-state is mired by the rise of authoritarianism, surveillance, and xenophobia. However, such a state will not be suitable for a post-crisis society.

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Decoding the Narrative Around CAA

Hindu nationalists, first, reinstated their ideologues as heroes. Then, they elaborated on the Hindutva ideas as alternate facts. Now, they are on a path to establish Hindu nation.

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