The KTS Annual Global Epistemology Lecture: Jonardon Ganeri


 Philosophy     Mar 4 2022 | 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM Zoom

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The 2021-22 KTS Global Epistemology Lecture will feature Jonardon Ganeri,  Bimal K. Matilal Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, University of Toronto.


March 4, 2022, 3:15 - 5:00 PM PST.

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Jonardon Ganeri is a philosopher whose work draws on a variety of philosophical traditions to construct new positions in the philosophy of mind, metaphysics and epistemology. He advocates an expanded role for cross-cultural methodologies in philosophical research, together with enhanced cultural diversity in the philosophical curriculum. His research interests are in consciousness, self, attention, the epistemology of inquiry, the idea of philosophy as a practice and its relationship with literature. He works too on the history of ideas in early modern South Asia, intellectual affinities between India and Greece, and Buddhist philosophy of mind.

Jonardon has published nine research monographs and over eighty research papers. He has written two introductory guides to philosophy in the South Asian tradition: Philosophy in Classical India: The Proper Work of Reason; and, with Peter Adamson, Classical Indian Philosophy, the fifth volume to emerge from the well-known History of Philosophy without any Gaps podcast series. He is the editor of The Oxford Handbook of Indian Philosophy.

Jonardon’s current projects include a study of the philosophy of the Portuguese poet Fernando Pessoa, and a short book on the concept of subjectivity or inwardness, drawing on film, fiction, and philosophy. He is the project leader for the NYU-based project Virtues of Attention, and a member of YHouse NYC.

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