Learning from Buddhist Logic

August 7, 2019 - August 9, 2019
School of Philosophy, Australian National University

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Learning from Buddhist Logic - A Cross-Cultural Workshop on the Philosophy of Logic

7-9 AUGUST 2019, School of Philosophy, RSSS, Australian National University

The aim of the workshop is to bring together some of the leading scholars of Buddhist (and Indian) logic and contemporary philosophers of logic in order to foster interdisciplinary interactions between them. Each session will consist of a presentation by an internationally renowned Buddhist or Indian scholar followed by a presentation by a philosopher of an international research profile who will not just comment on the previous presentation but develop or challenge the ideas presented by the previous presentation. The workshop will be a real interaction between the scholars of Buddhist (and Indian) logic and philosophers of logic who are not familiar with Buddhist material.

Speakers: Szymon Bogacz (ANU), Brendan Gillon (McGill), Marie-Hélène Gorisse (Ghent), Bryce Huebner (Georgetown), Carrie Jenkins (UBC), Ed Mares (Wellington), Danielle Macbeth (Haverford), Parimal Patil (Harvard), Graham Priest (CUNY Graduate Center), Gila Sher (UC San Diego), Koji Tanaka (ANU), Audrey Yap (Victoria).

Registration is free, but please register for catering purposes at http://bit.do/buddhist-logic

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August 7, 2019, 9:00am +10:00

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