Category Archives: About the book

A short note on Remembered Present and failures of our reasoning

A recent incident that had a profound impact on me forced my hand to write the following post. To borrow a phrase from a well-known writer, I am trespassing, as I often do, on the territories of the specialists.  However, … Continue reading

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The Legacy of Sathya Sai Baba

The Legacy of Sathya Sai Baba is an article looking at the teachings and life of the Indian Guru- Sathaya Sai Baba from the authour’s personal point of view. It evaluates him as a spiritual leader who strive to convince the populace the importance of the unity of among the diversity of religions. Continue reading

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About An Everyday Miracle: Reasoning by Rule of Thumb Logic

This is a post I wanted to write for a long time but kept postponing.  Perhaps, this is about letting my imagination break loose. One reason for the slackness is the fact that this is not my current research interest. … Continue reading

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Updated Bibliography

A missing entry was added to the bibliography of’ the lure of noma’ and hence, the list below is more complete than the book. Ajzen, I and Fishbein, M. (1980) Understanding Attitudes and Predicting Social Behaviour, Englewood Cliffs, Prentice Hall, … Continue reading

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Some comments about ‘the lure of noma’

The following quotes are the unedited paras from the email communications. My sincere gratitude to those who took their precious time to read ‘the lure of noma’ and comment!! It’s a huge subject and I think you cover it well. … Continue reading

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The Lure of NOMA: On the Elegance of Religion Contents

The following list of topics discussed in the book are there for someone who wish to send a comment on the book. There may be many shortcomings that eluded me in writing the book. Please feel free to email your … Continue reading

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