Via Warp, Weft, and Way, from the editor of British Journal of History of Philosophy on its 25th anniversary (bolding is mine): As we move forward, what we would like to promote, above all, is more work on non-Western philosophy, Continue reading British Journal of History of Philosophy and “Non-Western” Philosophy
In my previous post about the way the mind’s automatic processes get things wrong (and how that point is important to Buddhists), I turned to the experiments of Daniel Kahneman (and Amos Tversky) on false cognition. I claimed that the Continue reading Of psychological depths
The post which follows is part of the occasional series here at the Indian Philosophy blog in which contemporary philosophers and scholars discuss their work. I had the opportunity to have an informal conversation with Roy Perrett during a trip Continue reading An interview with Roy Perrett
A reader wrote me: I would like to know whether there is a similar term in Indian philosophy (sanskrit) for ‘Intelligence’. Can we equate it with the term prajñānam? The problem with such questions (I do not know about you, Continue reading Is there a Sanskrit word for “intelligence” (or any other word)?
I gave some more thoughts to the topic of whether we should translate the titles of Sanskrit works. As you might remember, braodly speaking, many of our US colleagues started translating them and most of our Japanese, Indian and European Continue reading On translating the titles of Sanskrit works
As a proud alumna of the International Summer School for Jain Studies (ISSJS 6W) I share this announcement of its forthcoming 14th edition. The 6-Week program for Professors and Graduate Students in Delhi and Jaipur is scheduled for June 12th – July Continue reading Summer School: International Summer School for Jain Studies (ISSJS)