Chapter 2 Taboo and the Ambivalence Feeling (Part 2) The comparison of anything is of no value until and unless it gives us certain valuable results. In the third part of the essay Freud proclaims the comparison held in the investigation and psychological basis in primitive society and relevance of taboo. The comparison made here … Continue reading Totem and Taboo
Chapter 2Taboo And The Ambivalence Of Emotions (Part-1) The second essay in the book by Dr. Freud talks of taboo in particular. He has segregated the essay in 4 parts. The first part is meant to deal precisely with taboo: its meaning, its nature and the thoughts and ideas that follow it. He has used … Continue reading Totem And Taboo
Chapter 1 The Savage’s ’s Dread Of Incest. Dr. Freud’s views have always been intriguing and peril at the same time. The more interesting it is to discover about his ideas, the more are the chances that you’ll be called crazy on the other hand (if you are a believer or Freudian in any nature). … Continue reading Totem And Taboo
An Introduction The inter-disciplinary studies nowadays are the new binge for the educationist and researchers. Though some claims that it plays with the subject matter and authenticity of the subjects; but it has given immense result in the forming of a better understanding of the concepts being delivered in context of man, societies and social … Continue reading Totem and Taboo
COVID-19 pandemic from the eyes of a high school student, Shiksha, whom we came across recently. She shared her article with us and we found it worth publishing on our blog.
The system of division carried on and today humans describe themselves in the context of race and ethnicity.
The Indus valley civilization(IVC) comprises of an extensive geographical territory from Alamgirpur in the east to Sutkagen Dor on Pakistan-Iran border in the South-West and from from river Chenab in the North to Lothal in Gujrat in the South. The area covered was 1.5 million square kilometres. It was bigger than Pakistan today and much … Continue reading The Legacy of A Civilization (Traces of Indus valley In Modern India)
We all are familiar with the word ‘tribe’ and ‘tribal’. But do we actually know who they are? Are they a group of society? Are people born tribal or do they belong to one after birth?When people are asked what comes to their mind when they hear the word tribe, some respond “arey woh adivasi … Continue reading Tribe: A word that lost its meaning in this stereotypical world
Social Science is a part of Humanities which tends to acquire many scientific and empirical methods in its studies while being peculiar about Man and Society, being its area of expertise where the whole study revolves around these two major discipline presumably known as Anthropology and Psychology which in a manner claims itself to be … Continue reading The Unconscious Urge For Survival
If asked when humans evolved on this planet, many or all of us, at a sudden, would answer “millions of years back”, which is the easiest guess of time period when one is literally blank about the exact period. So, now, lets try to trace back the evolutionary time and stages of the most civilized … Continue reading Tracing the foot prints: The journey from Ramapithecus to Homo futuris