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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 German
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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