Benulal Dhar is a senior faculty and teaches philosophy at Sukanta Mahavidyalaya (University of North Bengal), West Bengal, India. He works in the area of philosophy of human rights and phenomenological ethics. He was a recipient of DAAD fellowship under Indo-German Cultural Exchange Programme and studied philosophy sometime at Tübingen University, Germany. He is the author of Phenomenological Ethics (2008), The Central Themes of Material Ethics: Values, Experience, and Person (2011) and a number of research papers published in reputed academic journals.
Received DAAD fellowship under Indo-German cultural Exchange Programme and studied sometime at Tübingen University, Germany.
1. “Kant’s Nation of Person: Scholer’s Phenomenogical Critique,” Philosophy and Life-World, vol. 14, 2011-12.
2. “Swami Vivekananda and Human Dignity”, Prabuddha Bharata, vol. 115, No. 12, 2010.
3. “Nicolen Hartmann’s Critique of Kant’s Ethical Framework: Some Implications”, Indian Philosophical Quarterly, vol. 34, No. 2, 2007.
4. “The Kantian Notion of A Priori: Schller’s Phenomenological Critique:, Indian Philosophical Quarterly, vol. 34, No. 1, 2007.
5. Moore’s Theory of Goodness and the Phenomenological Theories of Values: An Interface”, Indian Philosophical Quartely, vol. XXVIII, No. 2, 2001.
6. “Values in Nicolai Hartmann’s Value – Ethics”, The Journal of the Indian Academy of Philosophy, vol. XL, No. 1&2, 2001.
7. “The Phenomenology of Value Experience: Some Reflections on Scholar and Hartmann”, Indian Philosophical Quarterly, vol. XVIII, 1999.
8. Book Review
Ranjan K. Ghosh: Great Indian Thinker on Art, Sandeep Prakashan, Delhi 2006, Published in Philosophical Papers, vol. VIII, 2011.