Link here: https://lareviewofbooks.org/article/taking-philosophy-forward/#! Thanks to Ayon Maharaj for the tip.
Review by our own contributor Malcolm Keating. Indian philosophy has a history of sophisticated linguistic analysis (Pāṇini’s grammar being the usual example), which includes theories of reference, polysemy, ellipsis, sentential unity, figurative language, and more. Roy Tzohar’s A Yogācāra Buddhist Theory Continue reading
From the publisher: Chakravarthi Ram-Prasad offers illuminating new perspectives on contemporary phenomenological theories of body and subjectivity, based on studies of classical Indian texts that deal with bodily subjectivity. Examining four texts from different genres – a medical handbook, epic Continue reading
Ayon Maharaj, Infinite Paths to Infinite Reality: Sri Ramakrishna and Cross-Cultural Philosophy of Religion, New York: Oxford University Press, 350 pages, 978-0-19-086823-9. The book will be published on October 1, 2018. For more details and a pre-order discount, please Continue reading
Malcolm has kindly alerted the Blog about the spate of recent 3AM Magazine interviews with philosophers who focus on India. But humility has likely prevented him from noting his own. So I am happy to do so. Please find the interview here: https://www.3ammagazine.com/3am/indian-philosophy-of-language/ There Continue reading
Jan Westerhoff: The Golden Age of Indian Buddhist Philosophy (The Oxford History of Philosophy), Oxford University Press, 352 pages, 978-0198732662 From the publisher: Jan Westerhoff unfolds the story of one of the richest episodes in the history of Indian thought, Continue reading
Submitted to the blog by Ayon Maharaj Call for Submissions in Hindu & Cross-Cultural Philosophy of Religion: International Journal of Hindu Studies I am Section Editor of the International Journal of Hindu Studies, overseeing submissions in Hindu and Cross-Cultural Philosophy Continue reading
Friends, I’ve been teaching the Bhagavad Gītā in Indian philosophy and World philosophy courses for over a decade, as well as incorporating selections of the Gītā into other course offerings. I’ve yet to use a version that isn’t frustrating. Even those that Continue reading
Submitted to the blog by Nathan Nobis, who notes that “we are seeking more diverse submissions.” It seems like a great initiative that will help advance the cause of making philosophy more accessible. Link with more information: https://1000wordphilosophy.com/submissions/
Those looking to expand their teaching or research repertoire may consider this excellent list of readings compiled by Brian van Norden.