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    The Linguistic Self
    Proceedings of the Xxii World Congress of Philosophy 39 31-34. 2008.
    The account of meaning has remained unsatisfactory within the western philosophical tradition. Thus, a radically new approach that spotlights the semantic transaction has now become imperative to broaden our understanding of the issue. Drawing on leads from contemporary thinkers, but essentially guided by the insights of Indian savants of yore, this paper attempts to crack the riddle of meaning by offering a language metaphysics which extends the scope of self in thisprocess. At the core lies th…Read more
  • Intercultural Awareness and the Communication Complex
    Proceedings of the XXIII World Congress of Philosophy 8 193-196. 2018.
    Culture informs all aspects of life and involves the self in a significant way. Inputs from cultures relate to the self-organizing mechanism of the brain and thus condition the mind. As human communication is concerned with meaning, it also gets factored in. Looking beyond the pragmatic concerns and realpolitik of intercultural relationships, we should analyze its inherent value, scope and viability. It’s meant that only the viable elements in consonance with cultural relativity should be deemed…Read more