Today’s essay features the proceedings of a webinar organised by the Department of Human Development and Childhood Studies at the Lady Irwin College, University of Delhi on the 22nd of July, 2020. Here is an audio file of the talk that you can listen to along with the PPT, if you wish. I have also uploaded some pictures of the Department from my files to bookend the piece.
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Excellent presentation Nandita! Had missed the webinar enjoyed listening to the recording. Your seamless interweaving of diverse concepts within theoretical frames is beautifully done!
Your analysis really stands out- how you have related Keikegaard to our social reality and individuality.
I’ve tried to relate his idea to the way individuals attempt to grasp reality than the nature of social reality. The feature of uncertainty. Hope that answers your question.
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