D.C. Srivastava is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Christ Church College, Kanpur. He holds a doctorate in Philosophy from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur (Thesis entitled “Dharmakirti’s Theory of Anumana-Pramana: A Study of Nyayabindu)”. He has also edited a book entitled Readings in Environmental Ethics: Multi-disciplinary Perspectives (Jaipur: Rawat Publications, 2005) and has published papers on different topics of Indian philosophy. His recent interest of research is in the area of Indian ethics.
MHRD Fellowship awarded during doctoral research at IIT Kanpur from December 1985 to December 1989.
1. Life Member, All India Philosophy Association
2. Life Member, All India Buddhist Association
3. Life Member, All India Philosophy Congress
4. Life Member, Bharat Darshan Parishad
5. Member, Ethics Committee on Abortion of Shramik Bharati (a reputed N.G.O.)
1. ‘Revisiting Buddhist Ecology of Human Flourishing’ in Indoo Pandey Khanduri1. ‘Revisiting Buddhist Ecology of Human Flourishing’ in Indoo Pandey Khanduri(edited) Human Freedom and Environment [Delhi: Kalpaz Publication, 2010], pp. 224-238,
2. ‘Indian Virtuous Life: Dharma, Moksha and Nishkama Karma’ in J.S. Dubey (edited) Vijnana, Darshana evam Dr. Viay Shankar Rai [New Delhi: New Bharti BookCorporation, 20101, pp.140-147.
3. ‘Problem of Moral Agency in Bhagavad Gita’ in K.C. Pandey (edited) Ethics and Epics: Reflections on Indian Ethos [New Delhi: Readworthy, forthcoming], pp. 108-118.
4. ‘Buddhist Ethics as Virtue Ethics’, in D.C.Srivastava and Bijoy H. Boruah (edited) Dharma and Ethics: The Indian Ideal of Human Perfection (Delhi: Decent Books,2010). pp. 191-207.
5. ‘Dharma Karma and Justice in Buddhist Tradition’, in Sniv Bhanu Singh (ed.) Critique of justice: A Multi-disciplinary Approach [Allahabad: ECC Publication, 2009], pp. 97-112.
6. Truth and Self-Experiment: Postmodern Gandhi’ in the journal ANVIKSHA (lSBN-0976-674X) No. 6&7, 2010, pp.6-14.
7. ‘Current Global Crisis and Human Values Paradigm’ in Society and Development Journal Vol.7, issue no.l, Jan -Mar. 2009, pp. 16-21.
8. ‘Deep Ecological Consciousness and Pratityasamutpada’ in Kali Charan Pandey (ed.), Ecological Perspectives in Buddhism (New Delhi: Readworth, 2007), pp. 241-256.
9. ‘Religious Faith and Reason’ in L.N.Sharma (ed.), The Place of Reason and Faith in Religion (Varanasi: Shree Karshani Vidya Bhavan, SAMVADA SERIES-3, 2007), pp.200-207.
10. ‘From Complementariness to Convergence: The Relation between Science andReligion’ in L.N.Sharma (ed.), Religion and Science (Varanasi: Shree Karshani VidyaBhavan, SAMVADA SERIES-4, 2007), pp. 150-156.
11. The Problem of Religious ‘Other’: Cultural Vs. Metaphysical’, in R. C. Sinha (ed.), The Concept of Other’ in Religion (Varanasi: Shree Karshani Vidya Bhavan, SAMVADA series-5, 2007), pp. 177-188.
12. ‘Western civilization and Indian Moral Virtues’ in Shiv Bhanu Singh (ed.), Crisis of Values in Contemporary World (Allahabad: Sharda Pustak Bhavan, 2007), pp. 45-49.
13. ‘Buddhist Ethics and Social Criticism’ in Neelima Sinha (ed.), Buddhist Ethics: SomeModern Perspectives (Bodh Gaya: Magadh University Publication, 2006) pp. 90-104.
14. ‘Environmental Ethics: To what extent does it go beyond Human-centred Ethics’ inA.P.Dubey (ed.), Applied Ethics (New Delhi: Northern Book Centre, 2004), pp. 107-114.
15.’International Peace and Harmony: A Gandhian Paradigm’, in A.C.Shukla (ed.) Future of Security in South Asia, (New Delhi: Ashish Publications, 2000) pp. 77-81
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