Aryans, Jews, Brahmins, by Dorothy M. Figueira

"Science," the Greek word for knowledge, when appended to the word "political," creates what seems like an oxymoron. For who could claim to know politics? More complicated than any game, most people who play it become addicts and die without understanding what they were addicted to. The rest of us suffer under their malpractice as our "leaders." A truer case of the blind leading the blind could not be found. Plumb the depths of confusion here.

Re: Aryans, Jews, Brahmins, by Dorothy M. Figueira

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Index

Ambedkar, B. D., 5, 145-47, 150-59, 162; on Aryans, 153-54; on caste, 152, 153, 156; on Veda, 152-57
Arya Samaj, 105, 115, 117
Aryan Golden Age, 113, 116, 117, 122-23, 124, 140-42
Aryan myth, 1, 3, 101, 120, 125, 157, 160,162; in Dayanand, 119; and
Jews, 49
Aurobindo, 142

Bhandarkar, R. G., 129-30
Blacks, 68, 71-72
Borges, J. L., 139
Brahma Samaj, 90, 105-06, 116
Brahmins, 121-22, 149; Dayanand on, 114-15,119; Nietzsche on, 60-62;
Phule on, 148-49; Rammohan
Roy on, 98; Vivekananda on, 134-35,138-39; Voltaire on, 15
Buddhism, 152, 156-57

Certeau, Michel de, 3-4, 140, 144, 150, 158, 162
Chamberlain, H. S., 4, 67, 73-81, 87-88; on Aryans, 75-78; on
Germans, 76-77; on Gobineau, 75; on India, 74; on Jesus, 79; on
Jews, 75, 77-80; on Meister, Eckhart, 79; on Rig Veda, 77-79
Chatterjee, Partha, 8
Colebrooke, H. T., on Veda, 23-25, 39,93
colonial discourse analysis, 102-03
Creuzer, F., 31-32
203

Darwin, C., 66
dasa, 145-46, 149, 154-55, 157-58;
Dayanand on, 113

Enlightenment, 106; and emplotment
of the Orient, 9, 26; and postcolonial
criticism, 8, 26; and racial
myths, 64
Etter, Annemarie, 52
Ezour Vedam, 11-15, 17, 107

Fichte, J. G., 65, 86; on Germans, 65-66; on Jews, 65
Fluck, W., 8, 91
Forster- Nietzsche, E., 62-63

Gandhi, M. K., 81, 151
Germans, Chamberlain on, 76-77;
Fichte on, 65-66; Gobineau on, 69, 73
Gobineau, Arthur de, 4, 67-73, 74, 81, 87,162; on Aryans, 68-70, 72, 88;
on Blacks, 68, 71-72; Chamberlain
on, 75; on Germans, 69, 73;
on Manu, 71-72, 87; on race, 68, 73
Goethe, J. W., 62, 65
Gorres, J., 32-33
Gozzano, G., xi

Halbfass, W., 18,69
Herder, J. G., 18-22,28, 86; on Aryan
religion, 21; on history, 20; on
Humanitiit, 19; on India, 33; on
Indians, 19; on India's place in
history, 20; on race, 64-65; on
Sanskrit poetry, 21-22
history, 140; Certeau on, 3-4, 140, 144, 150, 158, 162; Dayanand on, 110, 112-13; Herder on, 20; as myth, 1
Hitler, A., 81

idolatry, Dayanand on, 106; Rammohan
Roy on, 95, 97-98, 100-01

Jacolliot, L., 52-53
Jaffrelot, C., 100, 102
Jews, and Aryan myth, 49;
Chamberlain on, 75, 77-80;
Fichte on 65; Muller on, 43-44;
Nietzsche on, 57-59; Rosenberg
on, 83-84; Voltaire on, 11, 13, 16-17,53
Jones, Sir William, 22, 39, 93; on
Aryans, 22; on Sanskrit, 23
Jordens, J. T. F., 108

Kant, I., 18, 65, 67
Kaufmann, W., 51, 58, 61-62

Lassen, C., 70, 71, 73, 87-88
Llewellyn, J. E., 108-09, 117

Malabari, B.M., 127-29
Mani, L., 91, 94
Manu, 67, 155-56; Gobineau on, 71, 72, 87; Rammohan Roy on, 94, 96; status of, 94
Meister Eckhart, 80, 84-85;
Chamberlain on, 79; Rosenberg
on, 84-85
Montesquieu, 9-10, 64
Muller, F. M., 4, 15, 86; on Aryan language, 41; on Aryans, 34, 37-38, 42,47; on Ezour Vedam, 14, 107;
on Jews, 43-44; on racial classifications, 44-45, 66; his Romanticism, 46, 48; on Rig Veda, 35, 39, 43; on
Veda, 34, 37-38,42, 47
myth, 14; Aryan, 1; Certeau on, 34, 140, 144, 150, 158, 162; Romantic
theory of, 27-28, 47; theories on, 3

Nandy, A., 8, 90-91, 102-03, 118-19

Phule, J., 5,145,147-50,157-59,162;
on Aryans, 147-48; on brahmins, 148-49; on shudras, 147; on Vedas, 149-50

Renan, E., 66, 87
Rig Veda, 88, 131, 152-53, 155;
Chamberlain on, 77-79; Muller
on, 35, 39, 43
Ritter, K., 33
Rocher, L., 14-15
Romanticism, 47-48
Rosenberg, A., 4, 67,80,87-88; on
Aryans, 81-82, 84-85; on caste, 81-82; on Christ, 83-84; on
Christianity, 84; on Jesus 86; on
Jews, 83-85; on Meister Eckhart, 84-85; on Vedic philosophy, 81-83; on Zoroastrianism, 84-85
Roth, R. von, 35
Roy, Rammohan, 4, 90-105, 107, 109, 111,116,121,130,140; on brahmins, 98; on Gita, 95-96; on idolatry, 95, 97-98, 100-01; on Manu, 94, 96; and Orientalist scholarship, 93, 95; on sati, 95, 96; his translations, 92-93, 94, 96-97, 98-99, 100,101, 120, 152; on Veda, 95, 97

Sainte Croix, Baron de, 14-15
Sayana, 35, 131, 154
Schacht, R., 51
Schlegel, F., 28-30, 40
Schwab, R., 14
Sen, K. C., 141
shudra, 146-47, 149-50, 153, 155-58;
Dayanand on, 115; Phule on, 147

Tilak, B. G., 121-22, 129, 130-33, 134-42,162; on Aryans, 131-32;
on Rig Veda, 131

Untouchables, 147-52, 156

van de Veer, P., 8
Vidyasagar, I. C., 126
Vivekananda, xi, 121, 133, 140-41, 162; on Aryans, 134-36; on brahmins, 134-35, 138-39; on caste, 138; on non-Aryans, 137-38; on
Veda, 133-34, 139
Volk, 64-65, 86, 161
Volkerchaos, 74, 80
Voltaire, 9-10, 53,153; on brahmins, 15; on China, 10; and Ezour
Vedam, 11-15,17; on India, 10;
and Jesuits, 11; and Jews, 11, 13, 16-17,53

Wagner, R, 62, 74
Whitney, W. D., 35-37, 40
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