If you are working on a paper related to Indian philosophy, which journal(s) do you approach for publication? How do you decide which is a good venue for your work? There are a few philosophy journal rankings around (for example, Continue reading Journals for Indian Philosophy
3:AM Magazine recently featured an interesting interview with Nicolas Bommarito (SUNY Buffalo). Topics include Śāntideva, virtue ethics, and the potential for Buddhist traditions to enrich analytic philosophy.
Let’s say Devadatta is going to a party and brings a bottle of wine. When he gets there, he finds that Yajñadatta has already arrived—and that Yajñadatta has brought a bottle of the exact same wine that Devadatta picked up. Continue reading Artha: Semantics versus Pragmatics
See the following mail from Richard Sorabji about two PostDoc research fellowships in Indian Philosophy at Wolfson College, Oxford. The advert and further particulars are attached. Application deadline is May 13th. Yours Alex Dear Friends, I am attaching an advertisement Continue reading Two postdoctoral research fellowships in Indian Philosophy at Wolfson College, Oxford
I’ve been thinking about intersections between comedy and philosophy for some time. I plan to post a recurring, if perhaps disjointed, series of reflections on such intersections here. Recently, I heard one of my favorite comics make what I think Continue reading Comedy and Philosophy I: Topical jokes and comparative philosophy
This is a guest-post by Sanjay Lal (Clayton State University). For further info on guest-posts on the Indian Philosophy Blog, check this page. ———————— I would like to share some of what I’m working on with the readers of the Continue reading Gandhi’s Synthesis of Liberal and Communitarian Values (a guest post by Sanjay Lal)
Jonardon Ganeri of NYU gave a lecture at Stony Brook University on March 2, 2016 entitled “Why Philosophy Must Go Global.” You can click on the video below to watch. In this lecture Prof. Ganeri draws from Jain nayavāda and Madhyamaka Continue reading Jonardon Ganeri, “Why philosophy must go global”