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Jadavpur Journal of Philosophy

Vol. 28; Number 1 (English); 2018-19 by: Madhumita Chattopadhyay

Jadavpur Journal of Philosophy is a refereed, bi-issue journal, in English (No. 1) and Bengali (No. 2) published annually by the Department of Philosophy, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India. The journal volume in Bengali is titled Darsan Biksa. The journal is devoted to the publication of original scholarly papers in any branch of philosophy. Its objective is to encourage contributions from scholars, dealing with specific philosophical problems connected with their respective fields of specialization.


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ISBN: 9788100000891
Year Of Publication: 2020
Edition: 1st
Pages : iv, 147
Language : English
Binding : Paperback
Publisher: Jadavpur University
Size: 23
Weight: 282


This book proposes to take up the question of Universal Causation to examine thoroughly as how far it is right to regard Brahman as the Universal Cause and how far strakra himself lent his support to each of the inter-conflicting schools of Vednta. This book should, therefore, benefit all who are devoted to the philosophic teachings of Advaita Vednta and its preceptors.


Talking about What There Is Not
— Imdadul Islam Molla
A Semantic Reading of Quantum Gravity
— Enakshi Ray Mitra
Theories of Sentence Meaning: Some Common Concerns
— Ruba Bandyopadhyay
Role of Buddhi in the Bhagavadgītā
— Binod Kumar Agarwala
The Cases for Hānādi Buddhi: Moment Examinations
— Mainak Pal
Objectual vs Substitutional Interpretations of Quantifiers
— Madhusree Chatterjee
List of Contributors

Meet the Author
Dr Madhumita Chattopadhyay is a professor in the Department of Philosophy, Jadavpur University, Jadavpur, Kolkata. Though her area of research is Buddhism, she is very much interested in the philosophy of Contemporary Indian thinkers specially of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. She has been awarded with different national and international scholarships like the Fulbright Visiting Lectureship and Charles Wallace India Trust Fellowship. She has edited three books and written three. One of her important books is Walking Along the Paths of Buddhist Epistemology.