The contemptible consequence problem

Hello again, this is Szymon, a PhD student researching the Dharmakīrtian approach to liar paradox. According to this approach—you can find more about it in my previous post—the liar sentence is ambiguous, unbelievable, and cannot express a warranted belief. There’s Continue reading The contemptible consequence problem

Sanskrit position at Ashoka University

Ashoka University is seeking to appoint a Sanskritist, at either the Assistant Professor or Associate Professor level. The application deadline is March 15th. Application details are given here: https://facultypositions.ashoka.edu.in/JD/Sanskrit_JD_20-21.pdf Note that this is a different position from the one in Continue reading Sanskrit position at Ashoka University

Dharmakīrti and liar paradox

Hello again, this is Szymon, a PhD student working on Buddhist logic. In my last post, I talked about the methodological background of my project. Today, I will tell you what Dharmakīrti says about liar-like sentences and how we can Continue reading Dharmakīrti and liar paradox

My project on Buddhist epistemology of logic—First guest post by Szymon Bogacz

Note by EF: This post is part of our series dedicated to younger colleagues presenting themselves and their research, like Manasicha Akepiyapornchai did here and Anusha Rao did here. For more on Szymon, see here. Hello everyone, my name is Continue reading My project on Buddhist epistemology of logic—First guest post by Szymon Bogacz

Preliminary thoughts on divine omnipresence

Within the paradigm of rational theology (in my jargon, God-as-Lord or Īśvara), can God have a form and a body?… Do They need one? Possible arguments in favour of Their having a body:  —Yes! They need it to exercise Their Continue reading Preliminary thoughts on divine omnipresence

Indian Philosophy Job Opening at Ashoka University

The Philosophy department at Ashoka University is seeking to hire a specialist in Indian Philosophy. The application deadline is January 20, 2021, 11:59pm IST. For more details see here: https://philjobs.org/job/show/16350 And in case you can think of suitable candidates who Continue reading Indian Philosophy Job Opening at Ashoka University