Alternative theisms and atheisms (part 1)

One of the main advantages of dealing with worldviews other than the one you grew up in is the fact that you are exposed to doubts and alternatives. One of such cases regards the nebulous category of religion (to which Continue reading

Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy Conference, Kraków, Poland (June 8-11, 2018)

The 50th annual Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy (SACP) conference will take place in Kraków, Poland June 8-11, 2018.  This year’s conference theme is “Power and Creativity.”  The conference is hosted by the Pedagogical University of Cracow and co-organized Continue reading

Book Announcement — Hinduism: A Contemporary Philosophical Investigation

Dear Indian Philosophy Bloggers and Readers I would like to share with you news of my in-press book. It is scheduled to be out in July, which is late to be considered for September teaching and research, so I thought Continue reading

A contemporary Prābhākara contextualism

In her recent post on theories of sentence meaning in Prābhākara Mīmāṃsā, Elisa talked about a possible “contemporary Prābhākara” viewpoint about sentence meaning: …a contemporary Prābhākara might suggest that some preliminary understanding of word-meaning is immediately denoted by each word, Continue reading