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This journal is a yearly philosophical journal published by the Dept. of Philosophy, University of North Bengal. As a CARE Enlisted Journal of UGC, Philosophical Papers: Journal of the Department of Philosophy welcomes contributions from all fields of philosophy. The editorial policy of the journal is to promote the study of philosophy, Eastern and Western in all its branches: Epistemology, Metaphysics, Logic, Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy, Analytic Philosophy, Continental Philosophy and Philosophy of Science, Mind, Religion and Language. However, it would like its contributors to focus on what they consider to be significantly new and important. The contributions should, as far as possible, avoid jargon and the authour’s contention should be stated in as simple a language as possible. Philosophical Papers: Journal of the Department of Philosophy is thus, devoted to the publication of original papers in any other of these fields. The Department hopes that followers and seekers of philosophy will receive much light and guidance in the field of philosophical research from these discussions. It is also expected that the contributions/papers in this academic journal will spark fruitful philosophical discussion of the vital issues raised in them.


The Department is happy to present Philosophical Papers: Journal of the Department of Philosophy Volume-17, March-2021, before the philosophical community. The Department thanks the esteemed members of the editorial board, Prof. Arvind Vikram Singh of University of Rajastan, Prof. Kuntala Bhattacharyay of Rabindra Bharati University,  Prof. Dillip Kumar Mahanta of Calcutta University, Prof. Gopal Sahu of Allahabad University, Prof. Ranjan Panda of IIT, Mumbai and all esteemed colleagues of the Deaprtment of Philosophy, University of North Bengal for valuable review, suggestion, support to take extra mile for the accomplishment of the publication of this issue. The Department is also grateful to our Vice-Chancellor for the encouragement and support, the Finance Officer (Officiating), the University Grants Commission and the University Press, without which the publication of the journal would not have been possible.


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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 36
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2021-03Buddhist Women and Their Gender Identity: A Contemporary Feminist ApproachKumar, L. Udaya; Kyoung Hee, Lee
2021-03Wittgenstein on Language and LogicGhosh, Avijit
2021-03Development of Virtue EthicsSahabuddin Ahamed Jamader
2021-03Semantic Import of Moral Terms: Cognitivism vs. NoncognitivismBhattacharyya, Anureema
2021-03Contrast Between The Natures Of The Binary In Sāṁkhya Philosophy: Some ObservationsGhosh, Swagata
2021-03Ethical Consideration of Preferential TreatmentRamthing, Ngaleknao
2021-03Tagore on Man’s Nature: An AnalysisDas, Shubhra Jyoti
2021-03Religion: A Subset of DharmaSaha, Mousumi
2021-03Tattvamasi in Advaita Vedānta: Universal Identity RevealedRaina, Simran
2021-03Truth of Photographs: Some Philosophical ReflectionsPoddar, Shubhankar
2021-03Concept of Globalization in the Philosophy of Swami VivekanandaChakrabarty, Bibhas
2021-03Relevance of Śrimadbhagavadgītā’s Teaching of LokasaṁgrahaPal, Krishna
2021-03Sartre’s Analysis of Bad FaithNag, Rupon
2021-03On The Question of Meaning of LifeBhowmick, Madhurima
2021-03Absolute and Identity Statements: Some ObservationsTiwari, Abhinnshyam Shankar
2021-03Nagarjuna’s Reasoning With Non-Implicative NegationsKar, Saroj Kanta
2021-03Concept of Freedom in Amartya Sen: Some ObservationsLhouvum, Ngahpi; Sharma, Bishwanath
2021-03Non-Violence and War in Gandhi’s PhilosophyPaswan, Krishna
2021-03Work Ethic of a Traditional Society: A Contemporary Reflective Study of the Ao NagasBendanginla
2021-03Husserl’s Trancendental Phenomenology: Continuity to ExistentialismChakrabarty, Nirankush
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 36