Inaugural Symposium on Eastern and Western Philosophy: Transcending the Great Divide

Program Name/Title: Inaugural Symposium on Eastern and Western Philosophy: Transcending the Great Divide

Date: 21st April, 2019

Venue: Kathmandu School of Law

Brief detail of the program

Understanding the need of promotion of the eastern philosophy in the academic discourses where it is estranged, unacknowledged and untried in comparison to other philosophies of the world, the discussions in the program were focused on excavating the historical, political and cultural teachings of Eastern philosophy. The symposium was successfully conducted with overwhelming deliberations of Hari Sharma, Prof. Dr. Yubaraj Sangroula, Mod Nath Prasit, Khagindra Prasai, Bhawani Khatiwada, Kashinath Neupane, Aruno Gupto, Dilliram Gautam and other professionals of different fields on the following issues:

  1.  Historical Roots of Eastern Philosophy
  2. Historical Roots of Western Philosophy
  3. Language, Nationalism and Philosophy
  4. Political Philosophy: East- West Connotations
  5. Historical and Cultural analysis of Nepal’s Philosophical Roots
  6. Understanding Philosophy beyond Civilizational Hypocrisy
  7. Knowledge Production and Civilizational Predominance
  8. Prospects for an all-inclusive Cosmopolitan Philosophy

 

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