[Advaita-l] Polemic Articles | Indica Today
vinodh.iitm at gmail.com
Wed Jan 26 04:58:42 EST 2022
Of course, Amith ji, it is fine with me for you to use any of the text from
my email for the article.
If you would like any support before submission, please let me know and I
am happy to help.
On Wed 26. Jan 2022 at 15:14, Amith Vikram <vikram.amith at gmail.com> wrote:
> Namaste Vindoh ji,
> Thank you for sharing your perspective on this. I am not sure if I fully
> and clearly understand Sri SSS's position on this as I haven't studied his
> works in detail.
> However, this is a good thing because if you permit, I can use your points
> within this article before getting it published. If you'd like to write a
> separate paragraph aligning with the article or if you don't mind me using
> this - anything is fine with me.
> Please let me know!
> On Tue, 25 Jan 2022 at 18:25, Amith Vikram <vikram.amith at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Namaste All,
>> I am exploring the concept of Polemic articles, which, if it works, can
>> be a recurring thing on Indica Today.
>> A polemic article involves 2 or more authors sharing their own points of
>> view on a single selected topic. The reader has to come to his/her own
>> conclusion depending on what the reader finds reasonable among the multiple
>> points of view!
>> The concept is simple and straightforward. It draws from Purvapaksha and
>> siddhantin views, except, the readers shall decide which is Purvapaksha and
>> which is siddhanta. Currently exploring this in English & Kannada but there
>> is no language barrier.
>> I have written an article on Locus of Avidya in Advaita and if you wish
>> to participate, I welcome you to steer the article in your own perspective.
>> Once done, the final article can be submitted for review.
>> If you have any questions, please do let me know. Thank you!
>> Here's the link to the article:
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