Anekaant: A Journal of Polysemic Thought, Number 11, 2019-20 (Spring)

Special Issue

General Semantics and Indian Philosophical Thought: A Comparative Approach

 

 

Contents

PREFACE

                        Gananath Dash

1.  General Semantics and Indian Philosophical Thought: A Comparative Approach

            TRS Sharma

2.      2. The Scientific Spirit and the Quest for Wisdom

            P. Krishna

3.      3. Approaching "IS" NESS: Non-identity in Korzybski's and J. Krishnamurti's Thoughts

            Rakesh Desai

4.      4. The Zen-Buddhist Enlightenment and the "Process of Abstraction"

            Gananath Dash

5.      5. Cultural Narratives of Epidemic: Ananthamurthy's SAMSKARA

                       Dilip Kumar Das

6.      6. Philosophy of Language at the Crossroads of History and Political Science: Examining Interpretations of CHACHNAMA

                       Soni Wadhwa

7.      7. The Concept and the Significance of  'SANITY' in Korzybski and SHRIMAD BHAGVATGITA

                       Kamal Mehta

8.      8. Science & Spirituality - A Unique and Unparalleled Confluence

                      Pankaj S. Joshi

9.      9. Buddha's Teachings and Roots of Nonviolent Communication

                      Kundan Aryal

10.  10. Reading Lalon as an Exercise in Time-Binding

                      Tonisha Guin

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