Offering multilayered explorations of Hindu understandings of the
Feminine, both human and divine, this book emphasizes theological
and activist methods and aims over historical, anthropological, and
literary ones. The contributors approach the Feminine in Hindu
traditions from the standpoint of intersubjective construction via
a method that can be termed dialexis. Here, dialexis refers to a
form of intellectual engagement "across styles" that takes as its
starting point an adequate accounting of contextualized
signification. The diverse ways that cultures articulate themselves
are rooted in lexical choices made in historical, geographical, and
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• Rita D. Sherma
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