Origins Shrouded in Myth

Philosophy Pathways 184 (1) (2014)

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A Dialogue Exploring the Philosophical Roles of Myths The following is a dialogue in the Platonic style set in Pune, India 2012. The participants are Raam Gokhale (Ram) who is an MPhil in philosophy, Sushama Karve who is a professor of philosophy at Tilak Maharashtra Vidyapith, a university in Pune and Kedar Joshi who is an MA in philosophy
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