Coomaraswamy


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Coomaraswamy

Ananda (Kentish). 1877--1947, Ceylonese art historian and interpreter of Indian culture to the West
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The merging of the self with the object of contemplation is identical, states Coomaraswamy, philosopher and art historian, in the worshipper, the artist, and the practitioner of yoga: the Hindu mind considers "l'exercice de l'art comme une forme di yoga et identifie l'emotion esthetique avec celle que l'on ressent lorsque le moi percoit le Moi" (Coomaraswamy, 1922: 49).
De otro lado, Coomaraswamy (1997) lo atribuye a la realizacion de dicha identidad consciente y la estimulacion de centros de energia en el cerebro y el corazon.
Instead, following Gandhi and Coomaraswamy, swadeshi refers to a self-conscious recognition of our cognitive entrapment by expansionist forces of imperialism via religion, science, technology, development and culture.
Asha Kanwar and COL-consultant, Prof Uma Coomaraswamy in their last visit to AIOU had lauded the AIOUs contribution in establishing quality assurance system.
Instead of consuming mass amounts of factory-produced suits, furniture or ceramics that add no joy or beauty to our lives but keep us tied to jobs we detest in order to make the money to feed our lives with objects of no value or meaning, Coomaraswamy believed that purchasing one well made suit, table, or ceramic object, would help to stop this endless cycle.
Coomaraswamy initially had applied for leave to file an amicus curiae submission, but the Trial Chamber changed her status, per her request, to that of an expert witness.
The women now on the panel include Marie-Louise Baricako of Burundi, executive director of Femmes Africa Solidarite; Radhika Coomaraswamy, a leading human-rights lawyer from Sri Lanka; Hilde F.
Uma Coomaraswamy, who had been appointed by the COL as external verifier was also present on the occasion.
It is telling that the former Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict, Radhika Coomaraswamy, stated the following when the Thomas Lubanga guilty verdict was delivered by the ICC: "In this age of global media, today's verdict will reach warlords and commanders across the world and serves as a strong deterrent.
This book argues for an aesthetic basis for India's freedom movement whereby the Arts and Crafts movement's pioneers such as John Ruskin, William Morris, Charles Ashbee and William Lethaby effected the writings and work of Mahatma Gandi, Rabindranath Tagore and Ananda K Coomaraswamy as seen in the ideology of 'Swadeshi', India's rallying cry for freedom and the artistic milieu of Santiniketan.
La condamnation avant-hier mardi de l'ancien chef de milice congolais par la Cour penale internationale (CPI) a 14 ans de prison pour l'enrolement d'enfants est une decision "historique", a declare a l'AFP la representante speciale de l'ONU pour les enfants dans les conflits armes, Radhika Coomaraswamy.
Coomaraswamy has successfully signed such agreements with countries like Myanmar, Chad, Colombia and non-state parties like the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) in South Sudan.