Philosophy in Asia
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Philosophy in Asia
|Author's Name||Affiliation||Paper Title|
|Robert W. Adams||Sophia University||Nishida Kitarô's Studies of the Good and the Debate Concerning Universal Truth in Early Twentieth-Century Japan|
|Douglas L. Berger||Temple Univeristy||Illocution, No-Theory and Practice in Nagarjuna's Skepticism: Reflections on the Vigrahavyavartani|
|Purushottama Bilimoria||Professor Matilal's Nåvya-Naive Realism vis-a-vis Dummett-Putnam-Mimamsa Anti-Realisms: Some Metaphysical Worries|
|Leonardo D. de Castro||Debts of Good Will and Interpersonal Justice|
|Deepti Dutta||Miranda House, New Dehli, India||Enlightenment and its Attainment: Samkhya-Yoga and Buddhist Perspectives|
|Rolf Elberfeld||Resonanz als Grundmotiv ostasiatischer Ethik|
|Raghunath Ghosh||University of North Bengal||Tatparya and its role in verbal understanding|
|Galib A. Khan||University of Dhaka||Philosophy in the South Asian Subcontinent: A Unity in Maladjustment|
|V.V. Mantatov and O.V. Dorzhigushaeva||Center of Humanitarian Studies and East-Siberian State University of Technology||Philosophical Foundation of Ecological Ethics|
|Maja Milcinski||Impermanence and Death in Sino-Japanese Philosophical Context|
|Masato Mitsuda||California Institute of Integral Studies||Zen Buddhist Perspectives on Modern Education|
|S. K. Wertz||Texas Christian University||Averting Arguments: Nagarjuna's Verse 29|
|Wong Yew Leong||National University of Singapore||Li and Change|
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