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Title: Left-Liberals as passionate reactionaries- deconstructing the Romila Thapar incident
Authors: Chanda, Anirban
Tiwari, Yashowardhan
Keywords: Left liberal
Radical Liberalism
Conservatism
JNU
Jawahar Lal Nehru University
JNU authorities
Issue Date: 4-Sep-2019
Publisher: India facts
Citation: Chanda, A. and Tiwari, Y. (September 4, 2019) Left-Liberals as passionate reactionaries- deconstructing the Romila Thapar incident. indiafacts.org
Description: The human mind is controlled primarily by two psychological phenomena – reason & passion. These concepts were acknowledged in the great ideological debate between the arch proponents of Classical Liberalism (today identified as Conservatism) and Radical Liberalism; namely Edmund Burke and Thomas Paine. While the former firmly believed that reason as a lived reality and as an outcome of experience controlled one’s social behaviour and decision making, the latter fiercely advocated that the human mind, if not subjected to any nefarious social externalities would inevitably showcase instinctively (and passionately as a consequence), reasonable actions.
URI: http://indiafacts.org/left-liberals-as-passionate-reactionaries-deconstructing-the-romila-thapar-incident/
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