Marie-Hélène Gorisse

My activity in research and teaching on Jainism and other South Asian philosophico-religious traditions is conceived as part of a broader reflection to build a cosmopolitan framework for dialogue between potentially diverse views. This notably involves decolonizing the curriculum, acknowledging the importance of minority traditions in world philosophy and philosophy of religion, as well as investigating South Asian philosophico-religious traditions, which offer innovative approaches to engage with the other and to negotiate situations in which one is confronted with opposing views.

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