The philosophy department of Manipal Academy of Higher Education in Karnataka has a faculty position open in Indian philosophy and Sanskrit studies. They are looking for a young scholar to teach courses in Indian philosophy and/or Sanskrit literature. Apart from Continue reading Faculty job opening at Manipal Academy of Higher Education
I want to turn now to what I think are the really interesting questions raised by Justin Whitaker’s latest post on the Sigālovāda Sutta. These are questions of hermeneutics, of method in interpretation. As noted, the previous post was exegetical: Continue reading Eliminating and interpreting as Buddhists
The message below has been sent to us by Prof. Chakravarthi Ram-Prasad (thanks, Ram!). Dear all, I would like to bring to your notice a new post in Comparative and Non-Western Thought, in the Department of Politics, Philosophy and Religion, Continue reading Comparative and Non-Western thought position, Lancaster
There is a lot to do in the European intellectual history, with, e.g., major theories that await an improved understanding and connections among scholars that have been overseen or understudied. Using a simile, one might say that a lot of Continue reading Mapping the territory: Sanskrit cosmopolis, 1500–today
I return now to my correspondence with Justin Whitaker about the Sigālovāda Sutta, the Pali text so often viewed as a guide to the household life. Justin helpfully begins his latest post with a list of the previous correspondence we Continue reading Does the Sigālovāda Sutta prohibit attending the theatre?