Journal of World Philosophies 4 (1):161-172 (2019)

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Throughout my philosophical journey, I have tried to bridge the gap between contemporary western philosophy and the analytical traditions of the Indian philosophical systems, especially Navya-Nyāya. Hence my aim has been to promote a dialogue between these two traditions where each can derive insights from the other. I have focused on new or better solutions to some contemporary problems of epistemology, philosophy of language, philosophy of mind, as well as global issues, and think Indian philosophy can be integrated with current western philosophy, adding a new dimension to global culture and understanding.
Keywords Buddhism  Indian philosophy  Navya-Nyāya  Sāṃkhya  philosophy of language  sources of knowledge
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