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Category Formations and “Eastern” Traditions: Summary

by Matt Sheedy The following is a summary of the third instalment of the Critical Questions Series dealing with category formation in “Eastern” traditions. Though the authors approach this question in a variety of ways, each is informed in their … Continue reading

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Critical Questions Series 3: Category Formation and “Eastern” Traditions

by Deepak Sarma This is the fifth instalment of the Critical Questions Series 3. The first post by Steven Ramey can be found here, the second by Nicole Goulet here, the third by James Mark Shields here, and the fourth by Sarah F. Haynes here. … Continue reading

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Critical Questions Series 3: Category Formation and “Eastern” Traditions

by Sarah F. Haynes This is the fourth instalment of the Critical Questions Series 3. The first post by Steven Ramey can be found here, the second by Nicole Goulet here, and the third by James Mark Shield here. Question: The varieties of Hinduism, … Continue reading

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Critical Questions Series 3: Category Formation and “Eastern” Traditions

by James Mark Shields This is the third instalment of the Critical Questions Series 3. The first post by Steven Ramey can be found here and the second by Nicole Goulet here. Question: The varieties of Hinduism, Sikhism, Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism and … Continue reading

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Critical Questions Series 3: Category Formation and “Eastern” Traditions

By Nicole Goulet This is the second instalment of the Critical Questions Series 3. The first post by Steven Ramey can be found here. Question: The varieties of Hinduism, Sikhism, Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism and Shinto, along with the “Indigenous traditions” of … Continue reading

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Critical Questions Series 3: Category Formation and “Eastern” Traditions

by Steven Ramey Question: The varieties of Hinduism, Sikhism, Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism and Shinto, along with the “Indigenous traditions” of Asia and the Pacific Islands, are commonly referred to as “Eastern” in the taxonomies of most introductory textbooks. What is … Continue reading

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Everything is not political

by Tenzan Eaghll Editor’s note: this blog is a follow-up commentary on the recent Critical Questions Series 2, which can be found here. I would like to diverge slightly from the overarching question of this series, which concerns the difficult … Continue reading

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