Dear Friends San Jose State University is hiring a TT assistant professor with an AOS in the History of Philosophy. The position is open to any period and any culture or tradition. So, if you are interested in coming to Continue reading Job Opening at San Jose State University
Anand Jayprakash Vaidya, Director of the Center for Comparative Philosophy at San Jose State University, California Recently, two pieces of mine have come out in publication. First, an interview of me in 3AM Magazine by Richard Marshall called Hindu Syllogisms Continue reading An Apology and Clarification
Apologies for the long absence from posting. As academics we are all to familiar with the amount of work from all sorts of places that gets piled on. I wanted to kick this post off by picking up on Malcolm’s Continue reading January Talks in India
The Philosophy Meets Cultural Diversity Conference has now ended. And I wanted to return to Malcolm Keating’s Questions. I won’t address his questions directly, although some of what I say will hit on issues his questions raise. I will begin by Continue reading Philosophy and Cultural Diversity: A Follow Up On Keating’s Questions
There is a western bias in contemporary logic and critical thinking education, especially in the textbooks that are most often used to teach these courses at most institutions in the USA. This bias can corrected for by adding in material Continue reading Cross-Cultural Critical Thinking: We need it now!