This is our ‘History of Philosophy’ issue featuring three articles under that heading. The first is a Ram/Kedar/Sushama dialogue that explores the roles of myth in Hindu religion, philosophy and science. As always the dialogue is an entertaining discussion of the central issues. The second is a article by Nupur Behl, a second-time contributor to PJOP, exploring the concept of Bhakti in Indian philosophy as exemplified by Radha’s devotion to Krishna. The last is a well-researched article by Peter S. Borkowski on the practice of teaching argumentation as exemplified in the Nyaya-Sutras.
Excerpts from these articles are as below but be sure to “Read More”.
Lastly, if you missed the previous issues’s articles, they are available under Archives.