The influence of phenomenology on J. N. Mohanty's understanding of "consciousness' in indian philosophy
J.N. Mohanty is one of those rare scholars who are cosmopolitan in a true sense. He is not only at home in the field of Indian philosophy, a creation of his native cultural soil, but also in Western philosophy, crossing with equal facility the so-called boundaries of the analytical and continental traditions. His deep engagement in the philosophical thinking of both India and the West marks him as an erudite scholar and shows that the geographical demarcations of human thinking (such as "German Idealism" and "American Pragmatism") need not be taken as territories where only a native can have a proper access and others can contemplate only from outside.
Balslev, A. (1993)., The influence of phenomenology on J. N. Mohanty's understanding of "consciousness' in indian philosophy, in F. M. Kirkland & D. P. Chattopadhyaya (eds.), Phenomenology: East and West, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 245-253.
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