Journal of Buddhist Philosophy
Gereon Kopf, Editor-in-Chief
The Journal of Buddhist Philosophy is a peer-reviewed forum for the academic discussion of Buddhist philosophy. Articles engage with buddhology, comparative philosophy, and Buddhist critical reflection, and discussions of concepts and arguments are highlighted. The journal considers thought in a variety of languages, developed by a wide range of schools and thinkers, and studied using diverse philosophical approaches. It thus facilitates the investigation of Buddhist philosophy as it has developed over 2,500 years, as well as its application to the challenges of the contemporary age.
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Contributors include Eyal Aviv, Christian Coseru, Jay Garfield, Shi Huifeng, Shūdō Ishii, Yaroslav Komarovski, Klaus-Dieter Mathes, Jongbok Yi, and Tadeusz Zawidzki.
· ISSN 2374-247X (print) · Annual · Published by SUNY Press ·
· ISSN 2374-2488 (online) · Access includes volume 1 to present ·
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