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Unity or Plurality: A Linguistic Perspective – 3

In this concluding part, Shri Gaurinath Shastri tells us what is the role of intuition in learning and expression. The poet’s vision is called pratibha, which has been described by Jagannatha as the spontaneous, immediate and unpremeditated presentation of appropriate thought and diction which give the utterances of the poet the distinctive stamp of aesthetic pre-eminence.

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Unity or Plurality: A Linguistic Perspective – 2

In this beautiful piece, author and great grammarian Shri Gaurinath Shastri explains that though the words do have individual meanings, in plurality they are incapable of conveying the complete meaning. a grammarian tries to drive home the point that the meaning is great than the sum of its parts and lies somewhere in the unity that is represented on one level by the grammatical structure.

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Unity or Plurality: A Linguistic Perspective – 1

In this serious investigation into Word and Consciousness, Shri Gaurinath Shastri delves into grammar and logic to explore the phenomena of unity and plurality. In this piece, he tries to answer the question of what comes first, unity or plurality.

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