22. Elisa Freschi on Mimamsa
Mīmāṃsā expert Elisa Freschi speaks to Peter about philosophical issues arising from the interpretation of the Veda.
• E. Freschi, “Desidero Ergo Sum: The Subject as the Desirous One in Mīmāṃsā,” Rivista di Studi Orientali 80 (2007), 51–61.
• E. Freschi, Duty, Language and Exegesis in Prābhākara Mīmāṃsā (Leiden: 2012).
• E. Freschi and T. Pontillo, Rule-Extension-Strategies in Ancient India: Śrautasūtra, Mīmāṃsā and Grammar on Tantra- and Prasaṅga-Principles (Vienna: 2013).
• E. Freschi, “Did Mimamsa Authors Formulate a Theory of Action?” in N. Mirnig et al. (eds), Puṣpikā: Tracing Ancient India Through Texts and Traditions (Oxford: 2013), 151-72.
• E. Freschi, “Freedom Because of Duty: the Problem of Agency in Mīmāṃsā,”, in E. Bryant and M. Dasti (eds), Free Will, Agency, and Self-hood in Indian Philosophy (Oxford: 2014), 137–63.
• E. Freschi, “Does the Subject Have Desires? The Prābhākara Mīmāṃsā Answer,” in G. Ciotti (eds), Puṣpikā 2:Tracing Ancient India Through Texts and Traditions (Oxford: 2014), 55–86.
• E. Freschi, “Quotations, References, etc. A Glance on the Writing Habits of a Late Mīmāṃsaka,” in E. Freschi (ed.), Special Issue of the Journal of Indian Philosophy 43 (2015), 219–55.
Elisa Freschi's blog on Indian philosophy.
Vol. 2.1 (2017) of the Journal of World Philosophies with papers by Elisa Freschi and others, on language in Indian philosophy.