SEM - Philosophy
5th October - 30th November 2020
presented by Rajen Lakra
ECTS Credits: 6Professor: Rajen Lakra
In this seminar various topics will be dealt with, related to Indian Logic. More importance will be given to Nyāya Philosophy and Buddhist Philosophy. Brief outlines of the topics that are going to be covered in this seminar are given below.
- In what sense is the Indian Logic, Logic?
- Some special features of Indian Logic.
- Difference between Indian epistemology and Indian logic.
- Two approaches to Inference in Indian Philosophy.
- Inference as indirect knowledge.
- The question of reducibility of other forms of indirect knowledge to inference.
- Detailed analysis of inference for oneself and inference for others in the Nyāya school of philosophy and how inference for others is different from the Western understanding of logic.
- Game of invariable concomitance or universal relation.
- What is the necessary condition of inference?
- Types of inference precisely in Nyāya philosophy.
- Buddhist Logic: law of identity and the law of causality.
- Various fallacies of inference in Nyāya and Buddhist philosophy.
- Present the historical context of the birth of Christianity.
- Re-establish the movement of Jesus in ancient Judaism from the first century.
- Present new research: diversity of papers devoted to "Jesus of history".
- Understand the issue of the birth of Christianity in a Palestine crossed by political and religious crises.
This seminar is available to Master 1 and Master 2 students registered at Domuni Universitas. The seminar can also be purchased individually, subject to available places. To sign up, please send an email to email@example.com