This book introduces the reader to important themes in indian logic, epistemology and philosophy of language as well as philosophy of various traditions are also explored thereby suggesting how Indian philosophy can engage with contemporary philosophy of science.
About the Author:
Dr Sundar Sarukkai, trained in physics and philosophy, has a PhD from Purdue University, USA. His research interests are in the areas of philosophy of science, philosophy of mathematics, postmodernism, phenomenology and philosophy of art, drawing upon both Western and Indian traditions. He has been a Homi Bhabha Fellow (1997 - 99), Fellow of the Indian Institute of Advanced Studies (1999 - 2001) and Associate Fellow of the Project of History of Indian Science, Philosophy and Culture (2003 - 04). He has authored the following books: Translating the World: Science and Language (University Press of America, 2002) and Philosophy of Symmetry (IIAS, 2004). He is presently completing a book on Indian philosophy and its relevance to philosophy of science. Currently he is a Fellow at the National Institute of Advanced Studies, Bangalore, India.