Geeta Ramana is Associate Professor at the Department of Philosophy, University of Mumbai, India and teaches analytic philosophy and consciousness studies. Her research interests include classical and contemporary issues in Indian and Western philosophical traditions, philosophy of language and mind and interdisciplinary interfaces in consciousness studies. She publishes in academic journals apart from guiding research students for the M.Phil and Ph.D. programmes. Her book, Human Action, Consciousness and Problems of Representation, has been published by the Oxford University Press, April 2014.
UGC JRF Fellowship in 1991 (Research Fellow, Dept. of Philosophy, University of Mumbai – 1991-95)
Indian Philosophical Congress
Bombay Philosophical Society
Asiatic Society of Mumbai
1. “A Cognitive Journey Towards Truth”, Indian Philosophical Quarterly, Vol.XXVi No. 1, January 1999.1. “A Cognitive Journey Towards Truth”, Indian Philosophical Quarterly, Vol.XXVi No. 1, January 1999.
2. “Philosophy in Post-Independent India”, The Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. V, No. 3-4, July-October 1999.
3. “Patanjali and J. Krishnamurti on the Logic of Suffering”, The Philosophical Quarterly, Vol.VI, No. 3-4, July-October 2000.
4. “Intentionality of Language and Thought”, Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research, Volume XVIII Number 2, April-June 2001.
5. “The Semantic Question in the Realism – Antirealism Debate”, Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research, Volume XXI Number 2, April-June 2004.
6. “Empiricism, Antirealism and Representation of Human Action”, Indian Philosophical Quarterly, XXXII, No 3, July 2005.
7. “Self and the Quale of Consciousness”, Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research, Vol.XXIV, No. 3, July-September 2007.
8. “Induction, pramana and the problem of experience”, JICPR, Vol . 26. 3. (2010).
9. “Scepticsim and the Transcendental argument”, JICPR, Vol .No.XXVIII No. 2, 2012.
10. “Art and Representation”, in Edited Volume on Philosophy of Aesthetics, Somaiya Publications, 2010.
11. Writtgenstein and the Transcendental Dilemma’, in “Language, Mind and Reality: A Reflection on Philosophical Thoughts of R. C. Pradhan” Rd. by Ranjhan K. Panda, New Delhi: Overseas Press, 2015.
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