The expression Subaltern was used by Italian Marxist, Antonio Gramsci, in Prison Notebooks. However, it is interpreted differently in this book. The concept includes caste, color, gender, and class. It is not an economic category but a cultural one. It is different from the Marxist interpretation of the term proletariat. Marxists’ morality is class-bound; Subaltern morality is not. In an attempt to deconstruct the age-old egalitarian morality, the author proposes the morality of those outside the circle and suggests a postmodern vision to understand subaltern morality. Offering challenging insights into the conception of global justice, the author subscribes to the Aristotelian contention of distributive justice, where equals are treated equally, and unequal are treated unequally.
Subaltern Morality (Seemant Naitikta) is a new contribution to applied ethics.
|Publication date||July 19,2023|
|Genre||Nonfiction, Social Sciences|
|Interior Color||Black and White|
|Book Size||6.000" x 9.000" (229mm x 152mm)|
Ramesh Chandra Sinha was as a professor and head of the Department of Philosophy at Patna University. He worked as chairman and editor-in-chief of the Indian Council of Philosophical Research under the Ministry of Education. He is a jury committee member of the Distinguished Indologist Award of the Indian Council of Cultural Relations. He obtained his PhD from Benares Hindu University. He was awarded a senior fellowship by the Indian Council of Philosophical Research to work on the project, Religious Identity and the Concept of Others. After about forty years of teaching and research, he has written three books and edited five books. He has contributed more than 100 articles in national and international journals. He was a member of the senate and syndicate at Patna University. Presently, he is the editor-in-chief of Darshanik Traimasik, a quarterly Journal of Akhil Bhartiya Darshan Parisad, and the Philosophical Quest.
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