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  1. Manjulika Ghosh (2008). Evolution of Buddhist Art. Proceedings of the Xxii World Congress of Philosophy 6:53-58.
    There is a problematique about Buddhist Art. It cannot be deduced directly from the basic tenets of ethical Buddhism. Early Buddhist views forbid art as sensuous luxury. Even when Buddhists employed art for edifying ends it was essentially representative and realistic. With the changes in Buddhist system of beliefs and the rise of Buddhist philosophical schools Buddhist art came to symbolize the ideals of tranquility and Karunā - the Mahāyāna ideals par excellence. The masterpiece of the Gupta art depicting the (...)
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  2. Manjulika Ghosh (2008). On Parasitic Language. Proceedings of the Xxii World Congress of Philosophy 39:43-48.
    This paper is about the uses of language which the Oxford philosopher of language, J.L. Austin excluded from theoretical consideration in his William James Lectures delivered in 1955 and posthumously published as How to Do Things with Words. Uses of language, such as dramatic, poetic or comedic, are said by Austin to be non-serious, deviant and parasitic upon the everyday normal ordinary language. This leaves literature out of consideration as an etiolation. Derrida, who is not merely a trained philosopher but (...)
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  3. Manjulika Ghosh (2007). Merleau-Ponty on Language. In , Musings on Philosophy: Perennial and Modern. Sundeep Prakashan. 212.
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  4. Manjulika Ghosh (ed.) (2007). Musings on Philosophy: Perennial and Modern. Sundeep Prakashan.
     
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  5. Manjulika Ghosh (2007). Translating Texts and Hermeneutics: Kabir in Tagore's Translation. In Manjulika Ghosh & Raghunath Ghosh (eds.), Language and Interpretation: Hermeneutics From East-West Perspective. Northern Book Centre. 11--215.
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  6. Manjulika Ghosh & Raghunath Ghosh (eds.) (2007). Language and Interpretation: Hermeneutics From East-West Perspective. Northern Book Centre.
    This volume will be of use to the beginners as well as the discerning scholars in the domain of hermeneutics.
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  7. Manjulika Ghosh & Bhaswati Bhattacharya (eds.) (2006). Śabdapramāṇa in Indian Philosophy. Northern Book Centre.
     
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  8. Manjulika Ghosh (ed.) (2005). Understanding Philosophy, Eastern and Western Perspectives: Proceedings of the 77th Session of the Indian Philosophical Congress. Sundeep Prakashan.
     
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