History of Philosophy without any gaps

For those of you who are podcast listeners, note that in a few days (20 Sept), History of Philosophy without any gaps will premiere a series focusing on India–Jonardon Ganeri will be talking with podcast host Peter Adamson. A tentative list of episodes, below, is also at the link. If you have any other Indian philosophy-related podcasts to recommend to readers, put them in the comments! (I enjoy the New Books Network podcasts, myself–philosophy, Buddhism, Southeast Asian studies.)

Starting Sept 20 on History of Philosophy without any gaps:

Introduction to Indian Philosophy
Historical Overview (periods of Indian thought from antiquity to 20th century)
India in the Vedic Period
The Upaniṣads (3 episodes)
Language in the Grammar of Pāṇini and his Commentators
Challenges to the Brahmanic culture: Buddhists and Jainas
The Buddha (2 episodes)
Political Thought (Aśoka and the Arthaśāstra of Kauṭilya)
The Mahābhārata (2 episodes)
Women philosophers in the Upaniṣads and Mahābhārata
Non-violence

About Malcolm Keating

Malcolm Keating is Assistant Professor of Humanities (Philosophy) at Yale-NUS College, Singapore.

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