Publications

We publish a variety of papers and books addressing our project themes.

Books

Jonathan Duquette (2021), Defending God in Sixteenth-Century India: The Śaiva Oeuvre of Appaya Dīkṣita, Oxford University Press (Oxford Oriental Monographs Series).

Journal Special Issues

Bakinaz Abdalla (ed.) (2021), Religious Studies Archives Issue 2: Topics in Jewish Philosophy of Religion (open access).

Papers

Bakinaz Abdalla (forthcoming), 'Review of Aydogan Kars’ Unsaying God: Negative Theology in Medieval Islam', Religious Studies. (currently accessible online)

Jonathan Duquette (forthcoming), ‘Power, Independence and Divinity: A Śaiva Response to Veṅkaṭanātha’s Position on the Goddess’, in Marcus Schmücker and Elisa Freschi (eds.), One God, One śāstra, Austrian Academy of Sciences Press.

Jonathan Duquette (forthcoming), ‘Navya-Nyāya in the Late Vijayanagara Period: Appaya Dīkṣita’s Revision of Gaṅgeśa’s īśvarānumāna’, Journal of Indian Philosophy. (currently accessible online)

Yujin Nagasawa (forthcoming), ‘Pro-Immortalism and Pro-Mortalism’, T. Ryan Byerly (ed.), Death, Immortality and Eternal Life, Routledge.

Yujin Nagasawa (forthcoming), ‘Personal Theism vs. A-Personal Axiarchism’, Georg Gasser and Simon Kittle (eds.), Personal and A-Personal Aspects of the Divine, Routledge.

Yujin Nagasawa (forthcoming). ‘A Panpsychist Dead End’, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society Supplementary Volume.

Mohammad Saleh Zarepour (2020), ‘God’s Propositional Omniscience: A Defense of the Strictly Restricted Account’, Religious Studies 58, pp. 473-487.

Popular Articles

Duquette, Jonathan (2021), ‘Beyond Polemics: Debating God in Early Modern India’, OUPblog.

Duquette, Jonathan (2020), ‘An Ancient Indian Perspective on the Environment’, iGlobal News.

Yujin Nagasawa (2021), ‘What Do World Religions Teach Us about COVID19 and the Possibility of Miracles’, University of Birmingham Blog.

Nagasawa, Yujin (2020), ‘Coronavirus: Medieval Japanese Thinkers had Similar Reactions to Plagues – Isolate or Party’, The Conversation.