Within TV ad 1.3.4, (Mimamsadarsana 1929-34, pp. 192–193), Kumārila discusses a seeming deontic conflict and solves it by appealing to the different responsibilities (adhikāra) of the various addressees. He explains that the prescription to learn the Vedas for 48 years Continue reading Ought entails can (and prohibitions imply possibility) in Kumārila (and Śabara)
(This post is cross-posted from Love of All Wisdom. If you regularly read the IPB but not that blog, you likely know me as Amod Lele. I explained there a little while ago.) I was recently invited to a recent Continue reading Two South Asian approaches to gender ethics
I recently heard from Malcolm Keating, South Asia Book Review Editor for Philosophy East & West. He said they have the following books available to review. The journal can’t always promise complimentary hard copies, but free e-copies are certain. Please Continue reading Review a Book for Philosophy East & West!