Indian Philosophers and Postmodern Thinkers: Dialogues on the Margins of Culture
Oxford University Press (2002)
|Abstract||This work presents a dialogue between classical and contemporary Indian and postmodern thinkers. Juxtaposing the diverse perspectives of Indian philosophers and philosophies, including Buddhism, Sankara, and Radhakrishnan, and western postmodern thinkers such as Lacan and Derrida, Olson addresses topics such as desire, suffering, the self, and identity.|
|Keywords||Philosophy, Indic Postmodernism|
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