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Innovation from way back
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  • 1. INNOVATIONS (from way back) Innovations (from way back) // Charlene Sequeira // Directed Research // Summer 2012
  • 2. EDUCATION (from way back)THE CONCEPT:Society deliberately transmits its accumulatedknowledge, skills, customs and valuesfrom one generation to another.BEGINNINGS:Adults trained the young (verbally & imitation)Development of written language & Storty Telling Innovations (from way back) // Charlene Sequeira // Directed Research // Summer 2012
  • 3. EDUCATION (from way back)IN INDIA:The Nalanda University -oldest university-systemof education.Buddhist center oflearning in Bihar, India,from the fifth or sixthcentury CE to 1197 CE.“one of the first greatuniversities in recordedhistory”. Innovations (from way back) // Charlene Sequeira // Directed Research // Summer 2012
  • 4. HINDU MYTHOLOGY (from way back)OVERVIEW:2 great Hindu Epics, the Ramayana and the Mahabharata2 specific incarnations of Vishnu (Rama and Krishna).Serve as both religious scriptures and a rich source ofphilosophy and morality for a Hindu.Contain short stories and moral situations basedon Hindu laws and codes of righteousness. Innovations (from way back) // Charlene Sequeira // Directed Research // Summer 2012
  • 5. HINDU MYTHOLOGY (from way back)DEITIES:Trimurti:Brahma (the creator),Vishnu (the sustainer)Shiva (the destroyer)Saraswati the goddess of learning, Innovations (from way back) // Charlene Sequeira // Directed Research // Summer 2012
  • 6. SUSTAINABILITY (from not so way back)MAHATMA GANDHI:2 Oct. 1869 – 30 Jan.1948.Father of Our Nation (India)Advocate of vegetarianism,nature cure, recycling, non-violence and ciritical ofindustrialism.“Earth provides enough tosatisfy every man’s need,but not every man’s greed” Innovations (from way back) // Charlene Sequeira // Directed Research // Summer 2012
  • 7. SUSTAINABILITY (from not so way back)DEEP ECOLOGY:At the Third World Futures conference in Bucharest (1972):Norwegian philosopher Arne Naess explained the differencebetween shallow and deep ecology.Deep Ecology is the radical idea that all life has theright to exist, that no one species is more importantthan another. Innovations (from way back) // Charlene Sequeira // Directed Research // Summer 2012
  • 8. SUSTAINABILITY (from not so way back)“Life is fundamentally one.... the deep ecologymovement is the ecologymovement which questionsdeeper... the adjective‘deep’ stresses that we askwhy and how, where othersdo not.” - Arne Næss Innovations (from way back) // Charlene Sequeira // Directed Research // Summer 2012

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