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Rajesh Verma

Would like to explore Awaremonk before writing who I am

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A person you follow posted a new opinion on Oct, 31 2016

Our awaremonk journey till here and the road ahead for us

Rohit pande had posted

Cant agree more, a wide canvas of issues which mimics reader interest. ultimately, we all yearn for the joy of sharing saucy stories.


Rajesh Verma Would like to explore Awaremonk before writin

Won't that dilute the seriousness of debates?

Rajesh Verma posted an opinion to a discussionOct, 12 2016

Why are upcoming Indian music bands not adapting folk music? It will be refreshing if one can do a proper fusion with it

You don't know about Indian ocean if you are saying this. Indian Ocean. The amusing fact about the band is - there is no such concept of lead singer- they sing in group.Their drummer plays it to a table rhythms and their guitarist does not do riff , instead plays it like a sitar. Above all - they dont do love songs - all of their songs are drawn from social settings, for eg- MA rewa -speaks about narmada, Kandisa- supposed to be written in Aramaic (meaning not the writer neither the band knows the meaning of the song, yet it is their master piece) , Roday - its a song in 7 laguages -speaks about displacement of people on the eve of narmada bachao andolan and a lot many .Recommended albums - Kandisa, Khajoor road,Tandanu
You don't know about Indian ocean if you are saying this. Indian Ocean. The amusing fact about the band is - there is no such concept of lead singer- they sing in group.Their drummer plays it to a table rhythms and their guitarist does not do riff , instead plays it like a sitar. Above all - the
Rajesh Verma agreed with a discussionOct, 05 2016

Is Urjit Patel right in choosing growth over inflation ?

Mr Rajan would have been more cautious perhaps to the frustration of the government. Perhaps thats why he is not there at RBI. It boils down to whether the rate cut is even transmitted to create the growth and how equitable is that growth. Else, inflation hits the poor hard and also the real savings rate would get deeper into negative territory leaving millions impoverished further including the most vulnerable like the retired people who live on savings.
Mr Rajan would have been more cautious perhaps to the frustration of the government. Perhaps thats why he is not there at RBI. It boils down to whether the rate cut is even transmitted to create the growth and how equitable is that growth. Else, inflation hits the poor hard and also the real savings
Rajesh Verma posted an opinion to a discussionOct, 04 2016

Indian startups tried to do same things over and over again. why?

Our startups are missing one key element- innovation - A precious skill that is all but essential for creating value. This is the case because it's not necessarily the "innovators" who get in business but the laymen "business students" who are looking to make a quick buck off the latest trends. That is why most IT start ups I know about end up making generic re-branded mobile apps instead of anything really new. For example, We can develop a thriving "Gaming Industry" in India with all the programmers and animators running around but that takes a lot creative thought.
Our startups are missing one key element- innovation - A precious skill that is all but essential for creating value. This is the case because it's not necessarily the "innovators" who get in business but the laymen "business students" who are looking to make a quick buck off the latest trends. That
Rajesh Verma started a new discussionSep, 25 2016

There is no such thing as knowledge. After 30 years of pursuit, this is my conclusion.

I argue that any binary definition for knowledge (where something is either not known, or known with absolute certainty) is unsatisfactory. This covers all definitions I have seen. I argue that any binary definition that does not require absolute certainty will have a Gettier-type counterexample, exploiting whatever area is left unverified. Yet, any definitions that do require absolute certainty will find certainty impossible to fulfil, thus all statements will be unknown, making the definition useless. This could be reworded succintly as: Nothing can be determined with absolute certainty. The degree of certainty required for beliefs to be considered knowledge could be set as not absolute certainty, resulting in knowledge that could be wrong, which is unacceptable. Or, it could be set as absolute certainty, and nothing can ever be known, which is unacceptable. Unfortunately, the way the concept of knowledge is used in language requires that its definition be binary, that knowledge be absolutely certain. It is impossible to say that "Person A knows Statement X is true" while Statement X has a chance of being false. This means that any attempts to define knowledge while conforming to its linguistic use must fail.
I argue that any binary definition for knowledge (where something is either not known, or known with absolute certainty) is unsatisfactory. This covers all definitions I have seen. I argue that any binary definition that does not require absolute certainty will have a Gettier-type counterexample, ex

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