In order to strengthen and expand ongoing cooperations in research on the history of Indian and Tibetan philosophy, the Institute for the Cultural and Intellectual History of Asia of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the Department of South Asian, Tibetan and Buddhist Studies of the University of Vienna host a series of events with scholars from Tsukuba University:
Due to concerns over the spread of COVID-19 the following events have been cancelled.
International workshop at the IKGA with Prof. em. Kiyotaka Yoshimizu and Akito Yokoyama
Tuesday–Wednesday 17–18 March: “Can the Veda urge? Prajñākaragupta’s criticism of the Mīmāṃsā theories of injunction (vidhi) with reference to Kumārila, Prabhākara, and Maṇḍanamiśra.
Lecture at the ISTB by Prof. em. Kiyotaka Yoshimizu
Tuesday, 17 March, 17:00: "Bādari, a radical theologian of the White Yajurveda"
Workshop at the IKGA with Prof. Chizuko Yoshimizu
Friday, 20 March: “The debate between Svātantrika (rang rgyud pa) and Prāsaṅgika (thal ’gyur ba) as reconstructed in Pa tshab Nyi ma grags’ dBu ma rtsa ba’i shes rab kyi ti ka"
Lecture at the ISTB by Prof. Hayato Kondo
Tuesday, 24 March, 17:00: "The Yuktidīpikā, past and present: Opening up new prospects for Sāṃkhya studies"