Conference on Phenomenology of Myth and Rituals Past Events

2016/04/07
2016/04/09
Passed Event

Centre for Phenomenological Studies organized a conference on Phenomenology of Myths and Rituals from 7 to 9 April 2016 in the Academic Centre of Indian Council of Philosophical Research(ICPR), Lucknow. The conference was organized with support from ICPR, New Delhi.

 PARTICIPANTS

  • Significance of Pilgrimage in Buddhism [Abstract]
    Dr. S. R. Bhatt l Chairman, Indian Council of Philosophical Research, New Delhi
  • Engaging the Mythical: The Dialectic of the Hierophany as the Grammar of the Human Mind [Abstract]
    Dr. Devasia M. Antony l Hindu College, New Delhi
  • Myth, Rituals and the Foundations of Ethics [Abstract]
    Dr. Godabarisha Mishra l University of Madras, Chennai
  • The Cypher Status of Myths and Rituals [Abstract]
    Dr. James Kurian Madras Christian College, Chennai
  • Christian Perspective of Myths and Rituals With Special Reference to Eliade [Abstract]
    Dr. Joy Thomas l Assam Don Bosco University, Guwahati
  • The World of Symbols from the Perspective of Paul Ricoeur [Abstract]
    Dr. E. P. Mathew l Loyola College, Chennai
  • Myths and Rituals in Sufism [Abstract]
    Dr. Muhammad S. N. Rahman l North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong
  • Myths and Rituals: A Tribal Perspective [Abstract]
    Dr. Peter Haokip l Oriens Theological College, Shillong
  • Myth, Symbols and Tribal Life-world: An Ethnophilosophical Understanding [Abstract]
    Dr. Prasenjit Biswas l North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong

  • Bharatiya Ittihas, Puraanik Katha... [Abstract]
    Dr. Prem Sukh Mangla University of Delhi, New Delhi 
  • Some Reflections on the Meaning of Myths in Arts
    Dr. Rakesh Chandra l University of Lucknow, Lucknow
  • Faith and Knowledge in Islam and Sufism: In the light of Current Practices and Changes [Abstract]
    Dr Sarim Abbasl Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh
  • The Mathematical and the Mythical: A Phenomenological Exploration [Abstract]
    Dr. Saumya Malviya Delhi School of Economics, New Delhi
  • Myths and Rituals in Jainism [Abstract]
    Dr. Shugan Chand Jain International School for Jain Studies, New Delhi

THEMES

  • Myths and rituals from the perspectives of world religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Christianity and Islam
  • Myths and rituals from the phenomenological perspective
  • Social, cultural and aesthetic dimension of myths and rituals