IR @ Goa University

Dept. of Philosophy

Dept. of Philosophy

 

Recent Submissions

  • Kamat, S.; Tharakan, K. (Journal of Human Values. 27(3); 2021; 261-268.)
    Most religious texts and practices warrant the exclusion of women from religious rituals and public spheres during the menstrual flow. This is seemingly at odds with the very idea of 'Religion' which binds the human beings ...
  • Menezes, W. (Palgrave Macmillan. 2017; 320pp.)
    This book investigates the central metaphysics and epistemology of Advaita. Although the vastness of Advaita literature has grown to immense proportions, there has been a glaring lacuna in unraveling its philosophical, ...
  • MayaveeSingh (Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research. 37(1); 2020; 83-95.)
    Political philosophers often grapple with the issue of the legitimacy of state coercion. Aristotle, a perfectionist, opines that all men hold an objective account of the good life. As regards legitimacy, he entails that ...
  • MayaveeSingh (Problemy Ekorozwoju - Problems of Sustainable Development. 14(2); 2019; 57-62.)
    Rampant urbanization, climate change and growing demands for scant resources are just some of the myriad challenges facing our planet. It is indeed crucial for man to analyse the implications of his actions on an increasingly ...
  • Sawaiker, V. (Indian Journal of Dalit and Tribal Studies and Action. 4(1); 2019; 21-32.)
    Caste based discrimination is an often denied social reality of higher education in India. But, the National Sample Survey (NSS) data (2007-08) for Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) is indicative of the structural exclusion of ...
  • Khwaja, A.Z.; PaiVernekar, S.D. (Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research. 5(12); 2018; 12-21.)
    The main objective of this paper is to explore the understanding of human soul from the perspectives of different faiths and how neuro-scientific aspects are connected with the soul. The idea of soul, has been prevalent ...
  • DeSouza, T.D.; Tharakan, K. (Indian Philosophical Quarterly. 44(3-4); 2017; 67-101.)
    Is there a moral case for eradication of four centuries old dichotomy between man and nature on the basis of moral argument? To answer this question, we shall have to travel through a journey of five decades of theoretical ...
  • MayaveeSingh (Problems of Sustainable Development. 13(2); 2018; 185-190.)
    A harmony between human being and natural resources are significant, but exploitation of the natural resources are not respectable in numerous sense. My main contention in this paper is that in order to save the natural ...

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