Bright on Eurocentrism

A recent post “On Eurocentrism” from Liam Bright on his blog The Sooty Empiric raises some interesting questions about the role of Eurocentrism in the study of non-Western philosophy.  While Bright is not writing specifically about the study of Indian/South Asian 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

The Center for Buddhist Studies Department of Philosophy, University of Mumbai Organizes an International Conference On Buddhist Phenomenology, Culture and Society Between February, 15th, 16th and 17th of 2018

Dear Indian Philosophy Bloggers I am currently in Mumbai. I have been invited to deliver the keynote talk for : The Center for Buddhist Studies Department of Philosophy, University of Mumbai International Conference On Buddhist Phenomenology, Culture and Society Between Continue reading

Postdoctoral Fellowship at Wolfson College, Oxford 2017-9

I’ve been informed that there is a remarkable fellowship for a specialist in Indian and Comparative Philosophy at Wolfson College, Oxford, at the Berggruen Institute for Philosophy and Culture. The application deadline in April 17, 2017. See below for details. https://www.wolfson.ox.ac.uk/content/berggruen-research-fellow-comparative-philosophy Continue reading

Indian Ethics: please submit to PhilPapers

Dear all, I am the Indian Ethics editor for PhilPapers. PhilPapers is the online database of publications in philosophy. It is a crowd-source effort: individual scholars are expected to and invited to contribute bibliographical information for their own publications, and Continue reading