NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) Arts and Humanities Professor of Philosophy, Jonardon Ganeri has been awarded the Middle East Education Leadership Award for Best Professor in Philosophy. The award ceremony took place on October 12 in Dubai.
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NYUAD Professor Jonardon Ganeri received the Infosys Prize in India for his contributions to the cross-cultural study of philosophy. Watch the video above and read more about the prize.
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NYUAD Professor Receives Middle East Education Leadership Award
Jonardon Ganeri, Arts and Humanities Professor of Philosophy at the New York University Abu Dhabi, NYUAD, was awarded the Middle East Education Leadership Award for Best Professor in Philosophy.
WAM | October 18, 2017
In Conversation with Jonardon Ganeri
In an interview with Current Science, Ganeri talked about his interests, his inspiration, his views on topics like science and philosophy, and also gave a word of advice for those who want to pursue philosophy.
Current Science | March 10, 2016
Why Philosophy Must Go Global
Mattoo Center for India Studies - Stony Brook University Distinguished Lecture Series (Video)
Stoney Brook University | March 2, 2016
What Would Krishna Do? Or Shiva? Or Vishnu?
This is the ninth in a series of interviews about religion that I am conducting for The Stone. The interviewee for this installment is Jonardon Ganeri, currently a visiting professor of philosophy at New York University Abu Dhabi and the author of “The Lost Age of Reason: Philosophy in Early Modern India 1450–1700.”
The New York Times Opinion Pages, The Stone | August 2014
Artha: India: philosophy
Jonardon Ganeri broods on Indian philosophy and knows early modern philosophy happened there as well as in the West. So the idea that Indian philosophy is always traditional is bogus, he thinks. He also thinks that assumptions about where ideas come from and how ideas move around are often based on historical ignorance. He sees ideas as belonging to everyone.
3:AM Magazine | August 2012