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Rethinking Classical Dialectical Traditions

Daya Krishna on Counterposition and Dialogue

In: Culture and Dialogue
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Elisa Freschi Institute for the Cultural and Intellectual History of Asia Austrian Academy of Sciences Austria

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Elise Coquereau Philosophy, University of Vienna, Austria & Charles University Czech Republic

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Muzaffar Ali Department of Philosophy, Savitribai Phule Pune University India

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Abstract

This essay debates the way Daya Krishna reinterpreted some dialectic elements of classical Indian philosophy, with a special focus on “dialogue” and “counterposition.” The essay subsequently analyses the consequence of this reinterpretation on contemporary Indian philosophy.

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