Leiden Indian Philosophy Symposium (LIPS) 2016: Problems in Indian Philosophy
- Friday 20 May 2016
- Lecture series Society of Friends of the Kern Institute (VVIK)
- Snouck Hurgronjehuis
2311 GJ Leiden
Hosted by the Society of Friends of the Kern Institute (VVIK) in cooperation with the Leiden University Institute for Philosophy and the Leiden University Institute for Area Studies (LIAS).
Keynote (Prof. Dr Alex Watson, Ashoka University)
|15:00||Dr Stephen Harris (Leiden University): Is Indian Buddhist Ethics Philosophical?|
|15:30||Dr Marie-Hélène Gorisse (SOAS/Gonda Fellow): Inference and Its Foundation in the Lineage of Akalanka: Some problems|
Dr Michael Williams (Gonda Fellow): Perception and Illusions in a Medieval Indian Defence of Realism
|17:00||Dr Daniele Cuneo (Leiden University): Art, Non-Art: Setting the Boundaries of the 'Aesthetic' from an Indian Philosophical Perspective|
Lucas den Boer (Leiden University): From Perception to Knowledge: Sense Perception in Early Jaina Epistemology
|18:00/19:00||Drinks (LIAS, Common Room)|
Admission is free of charge but registration in advance is required.
Please register by sending an e-mail to Lucas den Boer: L.firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration deadline: 15th May