PHIL 135. Topics in Indian Philosophy

In this seminar, we will engage with some of the great debates in Indian philosophy. We will situate these debates in their historical contexts and inquire into what we can learn from them today. Topics include the sources of knowledge, the nature of persons and consciousness, the metaphysics of momentariness, the nature and meaning of language, and moral motivation.
This seminar is intended for Seniors and Juniors, with priority given to honors students taking it as an honors preparation.  Others should contact the instructor for permission to enroll.
2 credits.
Eligible for ASIA.
Fall 2024. Picascia.
Catalog chapter: Philosophy 
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