By Bimal K. Matilal (auth.), Bimal Krishna Matilal, Jaysankar Lal Shaw (eds.)
We are thankful to the authors who wrote papers specifically for this quantity and kindly gave their permission for printing them jointly. None of those papers seemed anyplace sooner than. Our designated thank you are as a result first six authors who kindly spoke back to our request and agreed to hitch this new enterprise which we're calling 'comparative point of view' in ana lytical philosophy. within the introductory essay convinced salient issues from each one paper were famous basically to teach how 'com parative point of view' may well upload to, and be built-in with, mod ern philosophical dialogue within the analytic culture. desire much less to assert, any mistake, attainable mis-attribution or misrepresentation of the perspectives of the unique authors of the papers (appearing within the stated introductory essay) is totally the accountability of the writer of that essay. the writer apologizes if there was such unintended misrepresenta tion and insists that the readers should still depend on the orig inal papers themselves for his or her personal realizing. For typo graphical difficulties it has now not continuously been attainable to exploit the symbols initially utilized by the authors, yet care has been taken to take advantage of the correct replacement for every of them. Bimal ok. Matilal ANALYTICAL PHILOSOPHY IN COMPARATIVE viewpoint: AN advent 1. the purpose of this quantity is to increase the horizon of philosophi cal research because it is practiced today.
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