Learning to Think Like Myself by Murali Sivaramakrishnan. Publisher:GNOSIS (Authors Press)2011.

Book Summary of Learning To Think Like Myself

The essays in Learning to Think like Myself grapple with topics of current relevance ranging over politics, social issues, terrorism, poetry, philosophy, religion and spirituality, literary and artistic issues, and reach into the true meaning of deliberate living. The author gently leads the reader from simple every day happenings and thoughts toward serious in-depth thinking and profound debates.
The personal tone of these writings and the intimacy of treatment are certain to inspire and instill courage and commitment to life and living in the minds of readers of all ages and cultures. The topics range from motor bikes and cycles through science and religion; from fear and fantasy through abstract ideas. 

The wide-span of issues treated and the author’s intimate style is bound to be of interest to the inquiring young mind as well as to the inquisitive scholar and the general reader. These essays have all been previously published in a periodical of national repute and have been relished by a large readership.

About the Author
Murali Sivaramakrishnan is a poet, writer, painter and critic. A specialist in Indian aesthetics and literary theory. He received his PhD from the University of Kerala (1990). He is the author of The Mantra of Vision. When he is not teaching, writing, or painting he is outdoors with his camera. His passion: poetry, painting, nature. His faith: living deliberately. Currently he is Professor and Head, Department of English, Pondicherry University, Pondicherry, India.

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