Prasanta Bandyopadhyay is putting together a panel on classical Indian philosophy for the central meeting of the American Philosophical Association this March. He is eager to populate it with qualified speakers. Time is of the essence here, however. If anyone is Continue reading Panel at the 2017 Central APA on Classical Indian Philosophy
The American Council of Learned Societies and the Robert H.N. Ho Family Foundation have announced a series of fellowships for scholars at all levels from dissertation research to senior-level scholars, and grants to help endow new faculty chairs in Buddhist studies. Continue reading Fellowships in Buddhist Studies
As a result of a recent conversation with Roy Perrett, I had a question. (Incidentally, many of you will know, but some may not, that Roy Perrett’s ‘Introduction to Indian Philosophy’, Cambridge University Press, has been out since the beginning of Continue reading dravya and avayavin in Nyāya and Vaiśeṣika
In a previous blog (August 2014, ‘Second Day at the IABS: Pramāṇavāda’), Elisa kindly gave a summary of the paper I gave on ‘Contrasting Nyāya-Vaiśeṣika and Buddhist Explanations of Attention’ at the Vienna IABS conference. I’ve written up the paper Continue reading Contrasting Nyāya-Vaiśeṣika and Buddhist Explanations of Attention
Matt Dasti is Associate Professor at Bridgewater State University in the Philosophy Department and one of the bloggers here at the IPB. Matt works mainly in Nyāya–he has a forthcoming translation with Stephen Phillips of portions of the Nyāya-sūtras and Continue reading An interview with Matt Dasti
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