15th Jaina Studies Workshop 2013 At SOAS ►Jaina Logic ►Programme

Posted: 05.02.2013
Updated on: 11.04.2013

15th Jaina Studies Workshop: Jaina Logic

Jaina Logic

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Date: 22 March 2013
Time:
9:00 AM

Finishes: 22 March 2013  
Time:
5:00 PM

Venue: Brunei Gallery       
Room: Brunei Gallery Lecture Theatre

Type of Event: Workshop

The full day workshop follows on from the lecture which is held on Thursday, 21 March.

Programme

Time

Description

9.00

Tea and Coffee

 

First Session: Jain perspectivism

9.15

Johannes Bronkhorst, University of Lausanne (Switzerland), Anekāntavāda, the Central Philosophy of Ājīvikism?

9.45

Masahiro Ueda, Kyoto University (Japan), Nikṣepa in Akalaṅka’s Works

10.15

Peter Flügel, SOAS University of London, Prolegomena to a Phenomenology of Jaina Time-Consciousness

10.45  

Tea & Coffee

 

Second Session: Jain theory of pramāṇa

11.15

Dharmchand Jain, Jai Narain Vyas University, Jodhpur (India), An Appraisal of Jaina Epistemology and Logic

11.45

Olle Qvarnström, University of Lund (Sweden), Haribhadrasūri on Sāṃkhya: Jain Criticism of Sāṃkhya Epistemology

12.15

 Marie-Hélène Gorisse, University of Ghent (Belgium), Jain Theory of Inference in the Parīkṣāmukham

12.45

Group Photo

13.00 

Lunch: Brunei Gallery Suite

 

Third Session: Jain theory of nayas

14.00

Anne Clavel, University of Lyon (France), Arthanayas and Śabdanayas: A Structural Analysis

14.30

Shahid Rahman, Université de Lille (France), On Kinds, Jain View-Points and the Constructions of their Predicates: Remarks on a Theory of Content

15.00

Tea & Coffee

 

Fourth Session: Jain theory of saptabhaṅgī

15.30

Fujinaga, Shin, Miyakonojo (Japan), Origin and Value of Saptabhaṅgī

16.00

Fabien Schang, Université de Lorraine, Nancy (France), A One-valued Logic for Non-One-Sidedness

16.30

Brief Break

 

Fifth Session: Oher lights on Jain epistemology

16.40

Jayandra Soni, Innsbruck (Austria), Prabhācandra’s Status in and Contribution to the History of Jaina Philosophical Speculation

17.10

Himal Trikha, University of Vienna (Austria), Kathañcit and other Key Terms of Jain Perspectivism in Vidyānandin's Satyaśāsanaparīkṣā

 17.40

Andrew More, Yale University (USA), The Logic of Legitimation of Jain Lay Life in Sūyagaḍaṃga 2.2 and the Uvavāiya

18.10

Final Remarks

Book of Abstracts

Admission

  • Free and open to all. 

Organiser: Centre of Jaina Studies, Centres & Programmes Office

Contact email: pf8(at)soas.ac.uk

Contact Tel: 020 7898 4776

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