A/Prof. Purushottama Bilimoria

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Honorary Associate Professor

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Faculty of Arts and Education

Department

SHSS Arts & Ed

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2015

Indian students in Australia

M Kumar, P Bilimoria

(2015), pp. 306-322, The Indian diaspora: Hindus and Sikhs in Australia, New Delhi, India, B1

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Dharma and grief: secularisation of a sacred emotion

P Bilimoria

(2015), Vol. 40, pp. 9-28, Journal of Dharma, Bangalore, India, C1

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2014

Disenchantments of secularism: the West and India

P Bilimoria

(2014), Vol. 5, pp. 21-37, Secularisations and Their Debates. Perspectives on the Return of Religion in the Contemporary West, Berlin, Germany, B1

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2013

Why is there nothing rather than something? An essay in the comparative metaphysics of nonbeing

P Bilimoria

(2013), Vol. 51, pp. 509-530, Sophia : International journal of philosophy and traditions, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, C1

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Ethics and virtue in classical Indian thinking

P Bilimoria

(2013), pp. 294-305, Handbook of virtue ethics, Durham, England, B1

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The politics of secularization and its moral discontents/disenchantments

P Bilimoria

(2013), Vol. 38, pp. 231-252, Journal of Dharma, Bangalore, India, C1

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Eleanor Roosevelt and Pauli Murray on America's civil wrongs, Gandhi and India

P Bilimoria

(2013), pp. 122-136, Magnificent obsessions: honouring the lives of Hazel Rowley, Newcastle upon Tyne, England, B1-1

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Toward an Indian Theodicy

P Bilimoria

(2013), pp. 302-317, The Blackwell Companion to The Problem of Evil, Oxford, UK, B1

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O desencantamento da era secular: a pós-teologia de Taylor, a Europa pós-moderna e a Índia pós-colonial

P Bilimoria

(2013), Vol. 16, pp. 103-134, Numen : revista de estudos e pesquisa da religião, Juiz de Fora, Brazil, C1

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Hinduism and migration: contemporary communities outside South Asia : Australia and New Zealand

P Bilimoria

(2013), pp. 193-205, Brill's Encyclopedia of Hinduism, Leiden, The Netherlands, B1

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Muslim personal law

P Bilimoria, R Sharma

(2013), pp. 2-6, Encyclopedia of Indian Religions, New Delhi, India, B1-1

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Hugh Silverman : in memoriam

P Bilimoria

(2013), Vol. 52, pp. 571-572, Sophia, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, C1-1

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2012

Of grief and mourning: thinking a feeling, back to Robert Solomon

P Bilimoria, P Bilimoria

(2012), pp. 149-174, Passion, death and spirituality: the philosophy of Robert C. Solomon, Dordrecht , The Netherlands, B1

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Demythologizing and remythologizing Tama : reading Tomoko Iwasawa's Tama in Japanese myth

P Bilimoria

(2012), Vol. 7, pp. 15-20, Existenz : an international journal in philosophy, religion, politics, and the arts, Boston, Massachusetts, C1-1

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Comments on David Nichols' The God of the existentialist philosophers

P Bilimoria

(2012), Vol. 7, pp. 52-56, Existenz : an international journal in philosophy, religion, politics, and the arts, Boston, Massachusetts, C1-1

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O Problema Do Mal E A Teodicéia Ocidental. O Que O Teísmo E Não-Teísmo Indianos Tem A Dizer Sobre Este Desafio?

P Bilimoria

(2012), Vol. 9, pp. 118-140, Revista Religare, João Pessoa, Brasil, C1-1

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2011

Extra-sensorial liaisons of 4D yogins : enigma extolled by Nyaya; impeachable to Mimamsas

P Bilimoria

(2011), pp. 58-68, World of philosophy : a harmony, Delhi, India, B1

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War and peace between science and religion : the divine arch after the four horsemen

P Bilimoria

(2011), Vol. 28, pp. 3-30, Indian council of philosophical research, New Delhi, India, C1

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The idea of Hindu law

P Bilimoria

(2011), Vol. 43, pp. 103-130, Journal of oriental society of Australia, Sydney, N. S. W., C1

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Water in the Indic Traditions

M Sridhar, P Bilimoria

(2011), Vol. 5, pp. 1-20, South and Southeast Asia culture and religion : the SSEASR journal, New Delhi, India, C1

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'O que é o 'subalterno' da filosofia da religião? / What Is the "Subaltern" of the Philosophy of Religion?

P Bilimoria

(2011), Vol. 14, pp. 13-57, Numen: Revista de Estudos e Pesquisa da Religião, Juiz de Fora, Brazil, C1-1

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2010

Information imperialism or 'Sir Rupert in the sky with die minds'

P Bilimoria, S Percival Wood

(2010), pp. 153-162, Intermedialities : philosophy, arts, politics, Lanham, Md., B1

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Dying : an approach to care from dying from the Hindu and Buddhist perspective.

A Reyner, P Bilimoria

(2010), pp. 138-151, Ageing and spirituality across faiths and cultures, London, England, B1

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Dies of culture and religion : India and Australia, from settlement to post/modern times

P Bilimoria

(2010), Vol. 90, pp. 163-182, Man in India, New Delhi, India, C1

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Suturing the body corporate (divine and human)in the Brahmanic traditions

P Bilimoria, E Stansell

(2010), Vol. 49, pp. 237-259, Sophia : international journal for philosophy of religion, metaphysical theology and ethics, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, C1

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Hegel's spectre on Indian thought and its God-in-nothingness

P Bilimoria

(2010), Vol. 4, pp. 199-211, Religions of South Asia, Sheffield, England, C1-1

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2009

'What is the 'Subaltern' of the philosophy of religion?'

P Bilimoria

(2009), pp. 9-33, Postcolonial philosophy of religion, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, B1

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Postcolonial discontent with postmodern philosophy of religion

P Bilimoria

(2009), pp. 303-327, Postcolonial philosophy of religion, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, B1

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Introduction : the state of philosophy of religion and postcoloniality

A Irvine, A Irvine, P Bilimoria, P Bilimoria

(2009), pp. 1-5, Postcolonial philosophy of religion, Dordrecht, Germany, B1

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The rise and fall of the mind in western and India philosophies

P Bilimoria

(2009), SACP Sessions at the Eastern Division of The American Philosophical Association, New York Marriott Marquis, New York, N.Y., E1

conference

Gandhi on action and education of peace

P Bilimoria

(2009), Proceedings of the 2009 Nanzen Institute for Religion & Culture Conference, Nagoya, Japan, E1

conference

Preamble : Process philosophy to process Buddhism

B Purushottama

(2009), Emptiness and becoming : integrating Ma?dhyamika Buddhism and process philosophy, New Delhi, ?ndia, B1

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A report on indologism

B Purushottama

(2009), Vol. III, pp. 18-46, South and Southeast Asia culture and religion : the SSEASR journal, New Delhi, India, C1

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The numerical small : casualty of hyperglobalisation

P Bilimoria

(2009), pp. 77-96, The politics and culture of globalisation : India and Australia, New Delhi, ?ndia, B1

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2008

Sabdapramana : Word and Knowledge in Indian Philosophy

P Bilimoria

(2008), New Delhi, India, A1

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Being and text : dialogic fecundation of Western Hermeneutics and Hindu Mimamsa in the critical era

P Bilimoria

(2008), pp. 45-79, Hermeneutics and Hindu thought : toward a fusion of horizons, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, B1

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Abhava : negation in logic, real non-existent, and a distinctive pramana in the Mimamsa

P Bilimoria

(2008), pp. 43-64, Logic, Navya-Nyaya and applications. Homage to Bimak Krishna Matilal, United Kingdom, B1

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The spiritual transformation of Indian dance in Australia - from lightfoot to Aboriginal corroboree

P Bilimoria

(2008), Conference on the Study of Religions of India (CSRI) : Confounding and Contesting Religious and Cultural Boundaries., Maryville College, Knoxville, Tenn., E1-1

conference

Being after Heidegger : a mehta-mimamsa rejoinder

P Bilimoria

(2008), ASACP 2008 : Australasian Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy Conference, Melbourne, Vic., E1-1

conference

The limits of secular post-coloniality : wedged between personal law and uniform civil code

P Bilimoria

(2008), American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting : Fostering excellence in the study of religion, Chicago, Ill., E1-1

conference

Nietzsche as 'Europe's Buddha' and 'Asia's superman'

P Bilimoria

(2008), Vol. 47, pp. 359-376, Sophia, Dordrecht, Netherlands, C1

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2007

A prolegomenon for reconfiguring science and theology within metaphysics, India and the rest

P Bilimoria

(2007), pp. 272-294, Traditions of science: cross-cultural perspectives, essays in honour of B.V.Subbarayappa, New Delhi, India, B1

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Lost souls, troubled minds : the medicalization of madness in mysore state during the British Raj

P Bilimoria, S Jain, J Mills, P Murthy, S Percival Wood

(2007), pp. 135-156, Traditions of science : cross-cultural perspectives : essays in honour of B.V. Subbarayappa, New Delhi, India, B1

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General introduction: thinking ethics, the West and India

P Bilimoria, J Prabhu, R Sharma

(2007), pp. 1-31, Indian ethics : classical traditions and contemporary challenges, Aldershot, England, B1

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Introduction to part A : early Indian ethics- Vedas to the Gita; dharma, rites to right

P Bilimoria

(2007), pp. 33-55, Indian ethics : classical traditions and contemporary challenges, Aldershot, England, B1

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Karmas suffering : a mimamsa solution to the problem of evil

P Bilimoria

(2007), pp. 171-189, Indian ethics : classical traditions and contemporary challenges, Aldershot, England, B1

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Introduction to part B: Buddhist and Jaina approaches to ethical decision making

P Bilimoria, C Chapple

(2007), pp. 211-216, Indian ethics : classical traditions and contemporary challenges, Aldershot, England, B1

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Animal ethics and ecology in classical India : reflections on a moral tradition

P Bilimoria, M Sridhar

(2007), pp. 297-328, Indian ethics : classical traditions and contemporary challenges, Aldershot, England, B1

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Introduction to part C : reflections on moral ideals and modernity; Gandhi and nonviolence

P Bilimoria, J Prabhu

(2007), pp. 329-336, Indian ethics : classical traditions and contemporary challenges, Aldershot, England, B1

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Introduction, a life in the history of science: profile and publications of Dr B.V. Subbarayappa

P Bilimoria

(2007), Traditions of science: cross-cultural perspectives, essays in honour of B.V.Subbarayappa, New Delhi, India, B1

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Dismantling normativity in Indian ethics- from Vedic altarity to the Gitas alterity

P Bilimoria

(2007), pp. 19-39, Deconstruction and the ethical in Asian thought, London, England, B1

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Transglobalism of self-exiled Hindus: the case of Australia

P Bilimoria

(2007), Vol. 1, pp. 305-328, Religion compass, Malden, MA., C1

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9/11: Hindu and Asian responses in Oceania

P Bilimoria

(2007), Vol. 87, pp. 83-101, Man in India, Calcutta, India, C1

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Diaspora and difference : problems in studying in South Asian religious communities in Australasia in the transnational and globalising contexts

P Bilimoria

(2007), Vol. 19, pp. 1-22, Nidan, South Africa, C1

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Karma, Duhkha and the problem of suffering

P Bilimoria

(2007), pp. 191-210, Indian ethics : classical traditions and contemporary challenges, Aldershot, England, B1-1

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2006

Prameyas and J.L. Shaw

P Bilimoria

(2006), pp. 1-38, Contemporary philosophy and J.L. Shaw, Kolkata, India, B1

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The pseudo-secularization of Hindutva and its campaign for uniform civil codes

P Bilimoria

(2006), Vol. 18, pp. 1-21, Nidan: journal of the Department of Hindu Studies, Durban, South Africa, C1

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Introduction

P Bilimoria

(2006), Contemporary philosophy and J. L. Shaw, Kolkata, India, B1-1

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2004

Toward revisioning Ricoeur`s hermeneutic of suspision in other spaces and cultures

P Bilimoria

(2004), pp. 89-109, Space, time, and culture, New York, B1

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2003

What is the subaltern of the comparative philosophy of religion?

P Bilimoria

(2003), Vol. 53, pp. 340-366, Philosophy east and west, Honolulu, T.H., C1

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2002

The enlightenment paradigm of native right and forged hybridity of cultural rights in British India

P Bilimoria

(2002), pp. 235-262, Varieties of ethical reflection: new directions for ethics in a global context, Lanham, Maryland, B1

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Postcolonial critique of reason: Spivak between Kant and Matilal

P Bilimoria

(2002), Vol. 4, pp. 160-167, Interventions: international journal of postcolonial studies, London, England, C1

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2001

Buddha, Fifth Century BCE

P Bilimoria

(2001), pp. 1-6, Fifty Key Thinkers on the Environment, London, UK & New York, USA, B1

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Mahatma Ghandi, 1869-1948

P Bilimoria

(2001), pp. 160-167, Fifty key thinkers on the environment, London, UK & New York, USA, B1

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Heidegger and the Japanese connection

P Bilimoria

(2001), pp. 89-110, Hundred years of phenomenology: perspectives on a philosophical tradition, Hants, England, B1

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Hindu doubts about God: towards a mimamsa deconstruction

P Bilimoria

(2001), pp. 87-105, Philosophy of religion, New York, B1

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The making of the Hindu in Australia: a diasporic narrative

P Bilimoria

(2001), pp. 3-33, Hindu diaspora: global perspectives, New Delhi, India, B1

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1995

Comparative and Asian Philosophy in Australia and New Zealand : introduction to the Special Issue

P BILIMORIA

(1995), Vol. 45, pp. 151-169, Philosophy East and West, Honolulu, Hi., C1-1

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Duhkha & Karma: the problem of evil and God's omnipotence

P Bilimoria

(1995), Vol. 34, pp. 92-119, Sophia, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, C1-1

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1991

A problem for radical (onto-theos) pluralism

P Bilimoria

(1991), Vol. 30, pp. 21-33, Sophia, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, C1-1

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1990

Hindu doubts about God : towards a M?m?ms? deconstruction

P BILIMORIA

(1990), Vol. 30, pp. 481-499, International Philosophical Quarterly, Charlottesville, Va., C1-1

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1989

Hindu-M?m?ms? against scriptural evidence on God

P Bilimoria

(1989), Vol. 28, pp. 20-31, Sophia, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, C1-1

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1985

The ?rya Sam?j in Fiji. A moment in Hindu diaspora

P Bilimoria

(1985), Vol. 15, pp. 103-130, Religion, Abingdon, Eng., C1-1

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Jñ?na and pram?: the logic of knowing- a critical appraisal

P Bilimoria

(1985), Vol. 13, pp. 73-102, Journal of Indian Philosophy, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, C1-1

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1980

Perception (Pratyak?a) in Advaita Ved?nta

P BILIMORIA

(1980), Vol. 30, pp. 35-44, Philosophy East and West, Honolulu, Hi., C1-1

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Funded Projects at Deakin

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Supervisions

Principal Supervisor
2008

Una Murphy

Thesis entitled: Bhakti, Sankirtana and Gaudiya Vaisnavism: India to Australia Foucaultian Analysis

Doctor of Philosophy, School of International and Political Studies

2000

Yoo-Kiang Liew

Thesis entitled: A Study of `Post Critical' Thought and Religious Epistemology

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Social Inquiry

Associate Supervisor
2014

Edwin Ng

Thesis entitled: Buddhism, Cultural Studies, A Profession of Faith

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Communication & Creative Arts

2013

Jane Wiesner

Thesis entitled: Freedom and Conditionality: Analysing Mental and Yogic Models of Freedom

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Humanities and Social Sciences

2005

Leesa Davis

Thesis entitled: Deconstructive Spiritual Inquiry

Doctor of Philosophy, School of International and Political Studies

2002

Vivien Pellis

Thesis entitled: Inspiration and Mimesis in Plato's Criticism of Poetry

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Social Inquiry

2001

Peter Kakol

Thesis entitled: Emptiness and Becoming: Integrating Madhyamika Buddhism and Process Philosophy

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Social Inquiry

1999

Deirdre Collings

Thesis entitled: Paths to Buddhahood

Master of Arts, School of Social Inquiry