The Aging in India: Problems and Potentialities
Contributed papers of the Seminar on Senior Citizens and Society, Bombay, 1987, jointly organized by the Association for Senior Citizens, Bombay, and the Citizenship Development Society, New Delhi.
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2 THE SOUL THE FACULTIES AND THE THREE PLANES OF THEIR FUNCTIONING
3 THE FUSIONS IN THE STATIC AND THE RECONCILEMENTSIN THE DYNAMIC AESTHESIS
4 IMAGINATION FANCY AND GOOD SENSE
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