Notice of online course in Indian philosophy

Submitted by Melanie Johnson-Moxley: PHIL 4810/7810 PHILOSOPHY OF INDIA UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-COLUMBIA Instructor: Dr. Bina Gupta, Curators’ Research Professor Emerita of Philosophy Semester: 4-week online summer course, starts June 4 and ends June 30, 2018. Course Description: “Indian Philosophy” refers to Continue reading

Indian Philosophy in the Global Cosmopolis

What is the current thought on the nature, scope, and reach of Indian philosophy? Handbooks and histories of a given area, subfield, or tradition in philosophy are always good places to start when trying to gauge the current state of Continue reading

New Resource: The Deviant Philosopher

There’s a new resource for philosophy teachers called The Deviant Philosopher.  The site is developed by a team from the University of Oklahoma, which includes Amy Olberding, Wayne Riggs, Kelly Epley, and Seth Robertson.  From the site: The Deviant Philosopher is a Continue reading

What Counts as a Tradition in Indian Philosophy?: The Case of Skepticism

Scholars of all types of philosophy are fond of referring to philosophical traditions. But what does this mean? What counts as a tradition? In the Indian context one way to discuss a tradition is with the word darśana, which literally means Continue reading

Global Philosophy Resources: call for contributions

Global Philosophy Resources, www.globalphilosophyresources.com, provides easy-to-use resources for faculty members who are interested in diversifying their teaching but who lack training in nonwestern philosophy. It is looking for contributors. Guidelines: Each entry should introduce a nonwestern text that would be suitable Continue reading