How do women engage with Buddhist Philosophy?

Newest episode of the Buddhist Philosophy Podcast - Episode 4

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How do women engage with Buddhist Philosophy? Who was Kim Iryop? What is narrative philosophy? How are feminist and existentialist issues related? How should we treat the Buddhist Mahāyāna body transformation literature? Why have Japanese and Korean philosophers struggled so much over whether Buddhism is a philosophy or a religion?🤔

All these and more in the latest episode of the podcast with Professor Jin Y Park, click the image to listen!🎧

Tom Burdge

Founder, Researcher and Podcast Host, buddhistphilosophy.co.uk

I am the founder of buddhistphilosophy.co.uk where I currently host podcasts with expert guests in Buddhist philosophical practice and theory. With this project, I am to contribute toward correcting the entrenched Eurocentric bias in philosophy by creating an inclusive space for learning about Buddhist philosophy. As a Laidlaw Scholar, I have researched on researched philosophy of time, Buddhist philosophy, and philosophy of language. My research output includes a paper entitled Meaning in Gibberish (forthcoming in Aporia). I have presented this paper and discussed related issues in talks and workshops at the University of St Andrews and the University of Edinburgh. Language learning holds a high in priority in my studies and research. I have studied some Pali (OCBS levels 1 and 2) and I read French fluently. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me if you have any interest in the following: Buddhism, Buddhist philosophy, Ambedkar studies, women and Buddhist philosophy, cross-cultural philosophy, critical theory, French philosophy, Laruelle’s non-philosophy, non-Buddhism, philosophy of nonsense, philosophy of death.

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