Representation and Quality of Perception
I-1. What Is Of Interest?
I-2. What Is Being About?
I-3. Critical Contemplation
I-4. Representation and Abstraction
I-5. Why Look Back?
I-6. An Ancient View of Being
I-7. Processing Reality
I-8. What Is In An Abstract?
I-9. What Is in a Word?
I-10. Defining Coordinates
I-11. What Is Sensibility?
I-12. Independence for Survival
I-13. Is It Sustainable?
I-14. Ascertaining Nature's Veracity
I-15. What Is in a Name?
I-16. Human Natures
I-17. Contradiction Violates Reality
I-18. Rationality of Self-Interest
I-19. Tools for Representation
I-20. Satprarupana

Jeevatthan Text (A to K)
A. Satprarupana : Representation
B. Davv Paman :Take a Measure
C. Khett Paman : Where in the World
D. Concern about a Concept
E. Kal Anugam : Time & Change
F. Antar Anugam : What Distinguishes
G. Bhav Anugam : Tendencies & Trends
H. App-Bahu Anugam : More or Less
I. Chulika : Appendices
J2-3. Khand 2 & 3 of Shatkhandagam
J5. Khand 5 of Shatkhandagam
J6a. Khand 6a of Shatkhandagam
J6b. Khand 6b of Shatkhandagam
K. Jeev Samas Gatha

People and Places
Preface to Volume II
II-1. Perception for Shared Knowledge
II-2. People and Places
II-3. Live, Let Live, and Thrive
II-4. Millennium of Mahaveer and Buddha
II-5. Socio-political Context
II-6. Clash of World-Views
II-7. On the Ashes of the Magadh Empire
II-8. Tradition of Austere Monks
II-9. Who Was Bhadrabahu I?
II-10. Prakrit: The Languages of People
II-11. Itthi: Sensory and Perception
II-12. What Is Behind the Numbers?
II-13. Rational Consistency
II-14. Looking through the Parts
II-15. Active Interaction
II-16. Anugam to Agam
II-17. Preservation of Legacy
II-18. Legacy of Dharsen
II-19. The Moodbidri Pandulipis
II-20. Content of Moodbidri Pandulipis
II-21. Kakka Takes the Challenge
II-22. About Kakka
II-23. Move for Shatkhandagam
II-24. Basis of Discord in Teamwork
II-25. Significance of the Dhavla
II-26. Jeev Samas Gatha
II-27. Uses of the Words from the Past
II-28. Biographical Sketches

The Origin of Namokar
Selected Essays from Being to Becoming Vol I & II


Against Gods and Humbug
1. Paradox of Choices
2. Representation for Potential
3. Feedback from Interactions
4. What Is Rationality?
5. Meaning to a Speck of Dust
6. The Unknown and the Doubtful
7. Actions Have Consequences
8. Beginning of a Decision
9. Tools for Thought Search
10. Living with Doubt
11. Who to Trust?
12. Living with Incomplete Knowledge
13. Do People Tell Lies?
14. Social Influences of Non-violence
15. Greed and Grab
16. Conduct with Consistency
17. An Activist Perspective
18. Causality: End or Means to Reality
19. Negate the Wishful
20. Man is Capable of Being Rational
21. Making Decisions
22. Keeping Viable Options Open
23. Inference and Successful Behavior
24. Genesis of Syad: The Logical Doubt
25. Science-based Conduct?
26. Philosophy and Logic for Action
27. Actions That Matter
28. Tragic versus Tragedy
29. Representation of Order
30. War Promises Meaning to the Otherwise Meaningless Lives
31. A Peace to End All Peace
32. Knowledge: Been There
33. Equation for Potential
34. Why I Am Not Moral
35. Taming Brawn, Grunt, and Smarts

Room for Doubt
1. It is Jungle out There!
2. Brute Force of Articulated Grunt
3. Between the Bits of Utterances
4. In a Word
5. To a Concept
6. Taming Memes and Sound Bites
7. Words Hijack Thoughts
8. On the Tail of Two Tales
9. Anecdotes: Experience or Wishful
10. Word Play
11. Parables as Thought Algorithms
12. Hearing to Listen and Looking to See
13. Standardization of Meaning
14. Tales Explore Meaning
15. Cast of Characters
16. Play With Unknown and Unexpected
17. Ways of Doubt
18. Reference, Reason, Resonance
19. Folly of Denying "I"
20. Deconstruction of ad hoc
21. Survival by Trial
22. Flowers in the Garden of Eden?
23. Unintended Consequences
24. Bumbling Tool-Maker
25. Evolution by Trials
26. Interdependence for Independence
27. Is There a Bio-Logic?
28. Innovation Diffusion
29. Greed and Grab
30. Exploitation of the Commons
31. Unintended Consequences
32. Prediction
33. Chaos of Premature Ideas
34. Rationality by Practice
35. Mathematics Tracks Reality
36. Abstraction as But-nothing-else