Bangalore: Jeevalaya Institute of Philosophy (2003)

This book is an attempt to understand the human being, using the method of critical ontology. The human person, as an embodied conscious being, stands in triple relationality with the world around them, maintains the author. I-exist, I-know and I-act are respectively the ontic, epistemic and ethic relationality of our being.
Keywords Relationalism  Metaphysics  Modern Indian Philosophy  Contemporary Indian Philosophy  Ontology  Critical Ontology
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