Table of contents for Political ideas in modern India : thematic explorations / edited by V. R. Mehta and Thomas Pantham.

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Contents
	 																			
Preface and Acknowledgements
Editors
General Introduction 
D. P. Chattopadhyaya
Contributors
A Thematic Introduction to Political Ideas in Modern India				
 Thomas Pantham and V.R. Mehta 
SECTION ONE: ON SOCIAL REFORM AND RADICAL POLITICS UNDER COLONIAL MODERNITY
1	Radicalism in Modern Indian Social and Political Thought: Nationalist 		
Creativity in the Colonial Era
 Bidyut Chakrabarty
2		Virtue, Vice and the Origins of Militant Nationalist Thought in Western India 
	Sanjay Palshikar
3	Dalit-Bahujan Discourse in Modern India				
 	Valerian Rodrigues
4	B. R. Ambedkar and the Troubled Times of Citizenship				 
Partha Chatterjee
SECTION TWO: HISTORY, LITERATURE AND POLITICAL IMAGINATIONS IN COLONIAL INDIA
5	Subaltern History as Political Thought						
Dipesh Chakrabarty
6	The World and Ideas: A Case of Colonial and Ex-colonial Maharashtra 
G.P. Deshpande 
7	Social and Political Thought in Gujarat: Some Pathways from the Past to the Present 
Sitanshu Yashaschandra
8	Nationalist Politics in Hindi Fiction: Liberal Zig-Zag vs the Straight and Simple Left
Harish Trivedi 
SECTION THREE: RELIGIOUS DIVERSITY AND NATIONALIST IMAGINATIONS
9	The Quest for Hinduism						
Pratap Bhanu Mehta 
 						
10	From Community to Nation: The Making of the Majority-Minority 
Framework
Gurpreet Mahajan
11	Religion, Society and Politics during the Nehruvian Era: 
Profiling India's Muslim Communities						 Mushirul Hasan
12	Gandhi and Islam: A Heart-and-Mind Unity?
Fred Dallmayr
13	Religious Diversity and National Unity: The Gandhian and Hindutva Visions
Thomas Pantham
14	Spirituality and Politics in Coomaraswamy, Radhakrishnan and 
Rajagopalachari 								
Vasanthi Srinivasan
SECTION FOUR: LIBERAL-SECULAR DEMOCRACY AND SOCIAL/GENDER JUSTICE
15	Justice of Human Rights in Indian Constitutionalism: 
Preliminary Notes 								
Upendra Baxi
16	Indian Secularism: An Alternative Trans-cultural Ideal				 
Rajeev Bhargava
17	Secular Liberalism and Relativism	
 	Akeel Bilgrami
18	Redefining Equality: Social Justice in the Mandal Debate, 1990			 Rochana Bajpai
19	Nation, Identity, Citizenship: Feminist Critique in Contemporary India
Nivedita Menon
SECTION FIVE: TOWARDS A JUST AND PEACEFUL WORLD
20	Indian Conceptions of Order/Justice in International Relations: 
Nehruvian, Gandhian, Hindutva and Neo-Liberal				
Kanti Bajpai
SECTION SIX: SOME CONCERNS OF RECENT INDIAN POLITICAL THOUGHT
21	Debates and Engagements: A Look at Communist Interventions in India 		
Javeed Alam
22	Socialist Discourse in India							
Rajaram Tolpady
23	Modernity and its Critics: A Discussion of Some Contemporary Social and 
Political Theories								
Sarah Joseph
24	Limits of the Indian Political Imagination 					
Bhikhu Parekh
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Political science -- India.