142527 PS History of philosophical schools in South Asia between doxography and historical reconstruction (2020S)
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An Indian Philosophy?, in: Raffaele Torella, The Philosophical Traditions of India. An Appraisal. Varanasi: Indica Books 2011, pp. 11-32.
Olle Qvarnström, Haribhadra and the Beginnings of Doxography in India, in: N.K. Wagle and Olle Qvarnström (eds.), Approaches to Jaina Studies: Philosophy, Logic, Rituals and Symbols. Toronto, 1999, pp. 169-210 (South Asian Studies Papers 11).
Id., Sāṃkhya as Portrayed by Bhāviveka and Haribhadrasūri: Early Buddhist and Jain Criticisms of Sāṃkhya Epistemology and the Theory of Reflection, in: Journal of Indian Philosophy 40 (2012) pp. 395-409.
Doxography, Classificatory Schemes, And Contested Histories, in: Andrew J. Nicholson, Unifying Hinduism: philosophy and identity in Indian intellectual history. New York: Columbia University Press 2010, pp. 144-165.