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Modernity, democracy and christianity in India
This article begins by observing that Indian modernity, in spite of contributing to emancipatory transformations, is facing today its dialectics. The most perceptible fi eld where the dialectics manifests is that of democratic politics, wherein anti-democratic elements like majoritarianism, religious communalism, hegemonic caste identities, and those of neo-liberal market have come to instrumentalize the democratic system for their own ends. This happens in an ambience of a global retreat ofdoi:10.34632/philosophyandsocialvalues.2019.9505 fatcat:chcibq4fe5cubdjopeuiyc7upq