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  • Schalk, Peter, 1944- (författare)
  • Bekehrung als Vollendung im Hinduismus
  • 2010
  • Ingår i: Interreligiöse Verständigung zu Glaubensverbreitung und Religionswechsel : VI. Internationales Rudolf-Otto-Symposion, Marburg. - Berlin : EB-Verlag Dr Brandt. - 978 3 936912 91 3 ; s. 167-196
  • Bokkapitel (övrigt vetenskapligt)
  • Schalk, Peter, 1944- (författare)
  • Die Lehre der Befreiungstiger Tamililams von der Selbstvernichtung durch göttliche Askese Vorlage der Quelle ÜBERLEGUNGEN DES ANFÛHRERS
  • 2007
  • Bok (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • Reflections of the Leader is an important source for the research of Tamil patriotism in connection with the attempt among militant Īlattamils, i.e. Tamil speakers of the armed resistance on the island Īlam (=Sri Lanka), to achieve violently a state formation as protection and last refuge from the Lankan Government’s attacks. This Government holds on, also violently, at a centralised unitary state which cannot be reconciled with the aspirations of the Īlattamils, for first co-determination in the affairs of the state and then self-determination. As all negotiations from the 1970’s onwards have stranded, both sides have decided to let short-lived cease fires be replaced by longlived martial confrontations up to the level of total war. Both sides are concerned to push through ultimate values. The patriotism among Īlattamils under the leadership of Vēluppiḷḷai Pirapākaraṉ (1954-), leader of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Ealam, comprises a complex concept of voluntary dying as central ideological theme. This theme is formulated by him among other sources in the book Reflections of the Leader that was issued by his organisation in 1995 and 2005. The way to the aim which is an independent nation state known as Tamilīlam passes allegedly under prevailing conditions, if the worst comes, through the voluntary death of so called Great Heroes, especially of members of the elite group of Great Heroes known as Black Tigers. They are expected to eliminate the obstacles that prevent the coming of Tamilīlam. Their making use of their lives as weapons is in this source (36:5) described as self-annihilation which again is described as godly asceticism. From that is constructed Self-annihilation as godly Asceticism as title of this submission of the source that contains the original Tamil version of Reflections of the Leader and translations in German, English, Swedish and Sinhala.***For an evaluation of the source, for explanations of key terms, and for a background in the history of ideas of this source the reader is referred to Einführung in das Buch Überlegungen des Leiters in this volume.Peter Schalk
  • Schalk, Peter, 1944- (författare)
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  • 2009
  • Ingår i: Aktionszeitung. - Zürich : Verein 30 Minuten. ; s. 6-7
  • Tidskriftsartikel (populärvet., debatt m.m.)
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