50. Marie-Hélène Gorisse on Jain Epistemology
We're joined by Marie-Hélène Gorisse for a look at the Jain theory of knowledge.
• M.-H. Gorisse, N. Clerbout, and S. Rahman, “Context-sensitivity in Jain strategical dialogues. A dialogical study of Siddharsigani's commentary on the Handbook of Logic,” Journal of Philosophical Logic 40 (2010), 633-62.
• M.-H. Gorisse, “The taste of the mango. A Jaina-Buddhist controversy on evidence,” International Journal of Jaina Studies 11 (2015), 1-19.
• M.-H. Gorisse, “Is inference a linguistic or a cognitive process? A line of divergence between Jain and Buddhist classifications,” in R. Leach and J. Pons (eds), Puṣpikā. Tracing Ancient India Through Texts and Traditions: Contributions to Current Research in Indology (Oxford: 2015), vol. 3, 1-23.
• M.-H. Gorisse (2016) “Logic in the tradition of Prabhacandra,” in J. Ganeri (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Indian Philosophy online edition.