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Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Certificate Course in Indian Philosphy

Certificate Programme in Indian Philosophy

Dates: December 2-6 and 8-13 & 15, 2008

Time: 4 pm to 8 pm.

Venue: 102, Christ University


Course Fee: Rs 1000 for students. Others: Rs 1500

Coordinator: Anil Pinto, Dept of Media Studies (Room:107)

For further details email :

ajpinto42 at gmail dot com

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sir, can u give a same explanation as to WHAT exactly we will cover under this course?? also, am completely clueless about philosophy. As in am PHILOSOPHICAL but not into PHILOSOPHERS, if u get wat i mean...are amateurs welcomed??
thanks
ASHWINI

Vani said...

sir...I dont know if this is the right place to ask. I think a lot of us would appreciate it if you could help us with writing sources..hich we were supposed to have done in the 1st sem from the Workbook.
Secondly, I am compiling notes of your lectures. Will send them to you soon. This is with referance to our agreement that I would compile notes of the topics covered in one lecture and send them to you and you would edit it and post it in your blog.
Vani
1st FEP

Vani said...

also, sir could you please give us some information as to why and how Ulysses is a a classic eg: of a 'dramatic monologue'? How would you tackle the question in the exam because the only pt i found was the presence of un unidentified audience.
Vani
1st FEP

Anil Pinto said...

Ashwini, the course will give an introduction to characteristics of Indian Philosophy, introduce key concepts Indian Philosophy, give a comprehensive idea of the six systems of Indian Philosophy namely, Nyaya Vaisesika, Samkhya, Yoga, Purva mimamsa, and vedantic schools.

Anil Pinto said...

Vani,
1. Not sure what you meant by 'writing sources'. You may clarify it here or ask me when you spot me next time on campus!
2. Your note is awaited. You may email it to me on ajpinto42 at gmail dot com.
3. Reg the question on Ulysses, I have made a separate post on this blog on Ulysses. Can you post this question there?

Anonymous said...

Ashwini,
thanks sir. and will u be teachin??

Anil Pinto said...

Oh,Ashwini, I do not know that much about Indian Philosophy to teach about it. Thanks all the same.

Anonymous said...

...............What is the aim of this course?what is the need 4 it?

Anil Pinto said...

Aim: To bring philosophy to mainstream, especially to social sciences; to give a chance for students, faculty and interested others to formally get exposed to Indian philosophy.

Need: Same as above.