PART ONE: CIVIL SPACE AND VALUE PREMISES
The Place of 'Individual' in Indian Thought and Polity
The Cultural Capital of Europe
Values, Norms and Institutions as Devices for European Developmental Success
The State as Value
More Equal but Still not Equal?
State and Inter-group Equality in Contemporary India
Is Secularism a Value in Itself?
PART TWO: CONCEPTS OF THE 'OTHER' IN INDIA
Unity and Diversity in India
Two Ends of a Continuum or a Converging Horizon
'Majorities' and 'Minorities' in Modern South Asian Islam
A Historian's Perspective
Basic Conflicts of 'We' and 'They' between Religious Traditions, between Hindus, Muslims and Christians in India
Basic Conflicts of 'We' and 'They' between Social and Ethnic Groups
Partha S Ghosh
'We' and 'They' Syndrome: The South Asian Experience
PART THREE: FACING UNIVERSALISM
Reforms, Democracy and Justice
Some Issues of State and the Market in South Asia
Is Globalistion a Threat to Regional and Local Identities?
Personal Laws, Uniform Laws, Conversion
Individual and Group Rights in Western Europe and India
Summary of Discussions