Anil Mundra

I take it that contemporary philosophy and religion cannot help but be global; the question is only how fully we acknowledge the variety of our interlocutors and how critically we engage the range of our influences. My work focuses on how South Asian philosophers have traditionally understood and addressed those who differ from them religiously. I have also written on what it means to take seriously the humanity of the people we read, particularly those writing in different languages and cultural contexts, and on how to maintain a robust religious pluralism without falling into relativism or universalism.

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