[INDOLOGY] Tagore, Aurobindo, and Malhotra

Howard Resnick hr at ivs.edu
Mon Jul 27 13:32:37 UTC 2015

Despite my profound agreement with Dominik on the great good that Indology has done, I struggle with the statement below, since it seems to claim for all Indologists at all times a moral and methodological purity that history clearly belies. Please note that Al Collins said ‘at times’, a phrase that leaves open and debatable the frequency and severity of problems within Indology. 


> On Jul 27, 2015, at 3:18 PM, Dominik Wujastyk <wujastyk at gmail.com> wrote:
> In this sense, it ​​*is* indeed very controversial to say that ​"​Indology has at times been part of this misunderstanding.​"​ 

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