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Feeling Moral Obligation and Living in an Organic Unity: Virginia Woolf’s response to G. E. Moore
This paper explores the precise influence of Moore’s thought on Woolf’s novel To the Lighthouse. I begin with a brief exposition of Moore’s notion of ‘the good’ as experiencing moral obligation within an organic community. ...
Do not call anything, anything' by Bahinabai Choudhari, translated (from Ahirani) and introduced by Rohini Shukla
Bahinabai Choudhari (1880-1951) was born in an agrarian village called Asoda in northern Maharashtra. She was a devotee of Vitthal – beloved God of the Varkari tradition, initiated by Saint Dnyaneshwar in the thirteenth ...