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Wednesday, September 9, 2009

R.K. Selvarajan Chettiyar is not the son or heir of Late R.K. Shanmugam Chettiyar

Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "There are more dangerous people within spiritual e...":

I would like to make something clear to the readers about the posted news here. Sri R.K. Selvarajan Chettiyar is not the son or heir of Late Sri R.K. Shanmugam Chettiyar, the first finance minister of free India. They both belong to the same caste and are also relatives. Posted by Anonymous to Savitri Era Open Forum at 10:13 AM, September 08, 2009

eternal child has left a new comment on your post "Savitri Era Party needs 500 honest persons to serv...":

Sri Aurobindo was against going for poltics for His Sadhaks. must concentrate on your Saddhna. Posted by eternal child to Savitri Era at 11:43 PM, August 26, 2009

Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "Pournaprema, the Mother’s Granddaughter":

happy reading about Purnaprema ji. god bless you to share it in such beautiful way. Posted by Anonymous to Aurora Mirabilis at 6:29 PM, August 16, 2009

Canadian Pragmatist has left a new comment on your post "One of Rorty's central and oft-repeated themes is ...":

I don't really think you believe that when you think about a dilemma and finally arrive at a decision, you really think that you're made the objectively right decision; do you?

I think people might think of their actions in this way, but upon a closer look, that's just how people think they operate. On a more macrosscopic level, people might think that say, going entering into medical school is objectively the best thing I can do with my life and the skills I already possess.

Really going into medicine is only one of many other compelling and compatible career choices. Not all of them are as good as the other, but certainly, it depends on what you want to get out of life and your career, whether medical school is a good choice at all.

Where is the objectivity, and furthermore, what reason do you have to think that you or anyone else needs to believe their decisions are objectively valid, and not "merely" one of many other possibly just as good decisions? Posted by Canadian Pragmatist to Feel Philosophy at 3:05 AM, September 05, 2009

Dsylexic has left a new comment on your post "Education shall be free":

what kind of puerile idea of 'free' education is this?. it is ofcourse not free. it is paid for by forced taxation and sly inflationism. all bogus socialist rights are condemnable and unacceptable lies Posted by Dsylexic to rainbOwther at 12:42 AM, August 27, 2009

Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "Kechala, District Koraput, Orissa":

How about some recent links on this project... Posted by Anonymous to Plain & Simple at 10:08 PM, August 25, 2009

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