PANELS> Buddhism Panels at 2023 American Philosophical Association Central Division meeting

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Please note three panels of possible interest at the 2023 Central Division meeting of the American Philosophical Association. The first two are sponsored by the International Society for Buddhist Philosophy:

G5G. Buddhists and Jains in Dialogue
Friday, Feb. 24, 7-10 pm

Anil Mundra (Rutgers University–New Brunswick), “Jain Non-One-Sidedness, With and Against Buddhist Logic”
Amy Donahue (Kennesaw State University), “Some Questions about Syādvāda and Vāda ‘Discourse Space’”
Leah Kalmanson (University of North Texas), “Jain and Buddhist Uses of the Dialogue Format: Thinking Outside the Socratic Box when Teaching Ancient Philosophy”
Benjamin Zenk (University of Hawai’i at Hilo), “Utilizing Buddhist and Jain Lessons on Disagreement as Curricular and Pedagogical Resources in Critical Thinking Education”

G6B. Buddhism and Pragmatism
Saturday, Feb. 25, 2-5 pm

Chair: Davey Tomlinson (Villanova University)

Sonam Kachru (Yale University), “Ramsey, Dharmottara, and the Determination of Content”
Karin Meyers (Mangalam Research Center), “William James and the Pragmatism of the Buddhist Path”
Dan Arnold (University of Chicago), “Buddhist Thought and Pragmatism: A New Angle”

The third session is an Invited Symposium on the divisional program:

1M. Vāda: Indian Logic and Public Debate
Wednesday, Feb. 22, 1-4 pm

Chair: Jarrod Brown (Berea College)

Amy Donahue (Kennesaw State University), “Vāda Project: A Non-Centric Method for Countering Disinformation”
Arindam Chakrabarti (University of Hawai’i at Mānoa), “Does the Question Arise? Questioning the Meaning of Questions and the Definability of Doubt”
Ethan Mills (University of Tennessee at Chattanooga),“Cārvāka Skepticism about Inference: Historical and Contemporary Examples”