Dr. Sreekala M. Nair

Dr. Sreekala M. Nair

Professor
Sreekala.nair@nalandauniv.edu.in

Sreekala M. Nair is a Professor at the School of Buddhist Studies at Nalanda University. A former Professor and Dean, School of Humanities and Social Sciences of Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kerala, she has served this University in various capacities, both academic and administrative since the time of its inception. She has held prestigious positions like Member, Indian Council of Philosophical Research, New Delhi; Joint Secretary, Indian philosophical congress; Member, NAAC Peer team; Member of different Board of Studies, Faculty and Academic councils of various Universities among others. Some of the honors/ awards she received are, first Rank and Gold medal for M.A Philosophy in Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning, A.P, 1988, ICPR Young Scholar Award in the National Level competition in 1992, Best state Coordinator award of Bharatiya Mahila Darshanika Parishad, 2007, Sastri Indo – Canadian Fellowship awarded by Sastri Indo Canadian Institute, 2012 and the Best paper award in the 4th Annual International Conference of PYTT held in Singapore in 2016. She has published a book titled, Analysis of Knowledge: Classical and Contemporary Approaches (Progressive Books, Chennai), co-edited two other volumes and authored over 60 research papers. Four research projects were undertaken by her and have produced 8 Ph.Ds and 46 M.Phils. She has participated and presented papers in over 200 Seminars / Conferences / Workshops and also delivered over 60 invited lectures. More than thirty Seminars /Conferences / Workshops / Lecture Programs were organized by her. Prof. Nair has visited several foreign countries like Canada, USA, Greece, Singapore, Malaysia, and China to deliver academic talks / present papers in conferences. Her areas of primary scholarly interest are Contemporary Epistemological Issues, Buddhist Philosophy, Philosophy of Religion, Indian Philosophy of Language, Contemporary Analytic Metaphysics, Consciousness Studies (Indian), Cultural Studies (Indian), and Indian Aesthetics.

Research Projects

  1. Indian council of Philosophical Research, New Delhi to work on the project, “Philosophy of Consciousness and its Implications: A Dialogue between East &West”2002.
  2. Indian council of Philosophical Research, New Delhi, to work on the project “Modeling the Dynamics of Epistemic and Doxastic states: Interplay between Epistemology and Epistemic Logic” 2009.
  3. Sri Vishnumohan Foundation, Chennai to work on the project“Preparation of a Text Book on the Teachings of Sri Sadguru Swami GnananandaSarasvathi” 2014.
  4. Kerala State Council for Science Technology and Environment to work on a Project titled “On Indian Scientific Rationality: Exploring the Elements of Scientific Method in Classical Indian Epistemology” in April. 2017.

List of publication

Books,(as Author) :

  • Analysis of Knowledge: Classical and Contemporary Approaches, Progressive Books, Chennai, 2010.

Books (as Editor):

  • The Great Philosophers of India (Co-edited with Prof. Dr. KuttanMahadevan and Prof. Dr. P.V Arunachalam, Author House,USA, 978-1-4343-7780-7(sc), 2007.
  • Perception: An Interdisciplinary Exploration (Co edited with S Painadath.SJ)Sameeksha Research Center, Kalady, 2013.

Articles in Journals, & Book Reviews

  1. “Plato’s Analysis of Knowledge: An Appraisal”, Indian Philosophical Quarterly, Pune, Vol XX. No.2, 1993.
  2. “Towards Revitalizing Epistemology with Feminist Concerns”, Social Sciences Research Journal, Punjab University, Chandigarh, Vol.5, No.3, 1997.
  3. “Principle of Deduction for Justification (PDJ) in Getter Problem: A Study”, Abhrant: A Bilingual Journal of Philosophy, Patna, 1998.
  4. “Turning Away From The Transcendental Self: A Study” Southern Social Science Research(Half Yearly Journal of Southern Institute for Social Science Research), Thiruvananthapuram, Vol.2, No.2, June, 2001.
  5. “TatvachintayumJyotishavum”,Ksheerapatham(Malayalam), A Journal on Jyotisham, Thrissur, Kerala, Vol. I, No. IV, 2001.
  6. “Reformulation of the JTB Account – An Evaluation”, Indian Philosophical Quarterly, Journal of the Department of Philosophy, University of Pune, Vol. XXX, No.2, 2003.
  7. “The Sociology of Scientific Knowledge: A Feminist Intervention”, Jeevadhara: A Journal for Socio Religious Research, Kottayam, Vol. XXXV, No.2, 2005.
  8. “Sex of Knowing: Towards Revitalizing Epistemology” Samyukta: Women’s Initiatives, Thiruvananthapuram, Vol V, No.1, 2005.
  9. “R. Swinburne: Epistemic justification” (Book Review), Indian PhilosophicalQuarterly, Pune, Vol. XX: UTI, No.1, 2006.
  10. “Is Nyaya Theory of Epistemic Justification a version of process Reliabilism?” Suvidya:Journal of Philosophy and Religion, Suvidya College( A Centre of Philosophy and Religion), Bangalore, 2007.
  11. “Feminist Revisionary Ethics in Contemporary Moral Philosophy”, Osmania Journal of Women’s Studies, Centre for Women’s Studies, Osmania University, Andhra Pradesh, Vol. 2, No.2, March 2009.
  12. “Controversy Between Holism & Atomism: Indian Lessons for the Context Principle of Meaning”, Sadvidya: Journal of Research in Sanskrit, Research Department of Sanskrit, Sri Sankara College, Kalady, Vol.3, Issue 1, 2009.
  13. “Ethics of Care: Feminist Revisionary Ethics in Contemporary Moral Philosophy”, Suvidya:Journal of Philosophy and Religion, Suvidya College, Centre of Philosophy and Religion, Bangalore,Vol.3, No.1, 0974-6110, June.2009.
  14. “Indian Philosophy in the Post-Colonial Period: Impact of Western Thought on Contemporary Indian Philosophy”, Sadvidya: Journal of Research in Sanskrit, Research Department of Sanskrit, Sri Sankara College, Kalady, Vol.5, Issue 1, December 2011.
  15. “Concept of Truth: A Philosophical Perspective”, Jnanagni: Special Issue on Satyam, Sri Vishnumohan Foundation, Chennai, Vol. III, No.1, 2012.
  16. “Principia Mathematica: A Re reading” Grandhaloka: A special volume on Hundred years of Principia Mathematica, (Malayalam), Publication of Kerala Central Library, Thiruvananthapuram 2012.
  17. “Indian Science and Semiotics: Some Reflections”, Omega: Indian Journal of Science and Religion, Institute of Science and Religion, Little Flower Seminary, Aluva, Kerala, Vol.13 No.2 December 2014.
  18. “Conceiving Advaita Philosophy as a Bridge Between East and West: Some Methodological Issues”, Pratyabhijna: Research Journal of Department of Sanskrit Sahitya, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady, 2014.
  19. “Kudumbam: Bharathiyasamskrithiyudepashchathalathiloravalokanam” Jeevadhara: Special volume on Kudumbam:sameepanangalumvelluvilikalum (Malayalam)Malluseri, Kottayam, 2014.
  20. “Is Nagarjuna an Antirealist or a skeptic”, Brahmavidyam: The Adayar Library Bulletin, Vol. 78-79, The Adayar Library and Research Centre: the Theosophical society, Adayar, Chennai, 2014- ISSN-0972-2106,2015.
  21. “ Epistemological Foundations of Eco – Feminist Projects” Sandhan: Journal of Centre for Studies in Civilizations, Vol.XVI, Nos. 1&2, Jan – December 2016.
  22. “Is Nagarjuna’s Sunyavada Complementary to Quantum Field Theory?”, in Quantum Reality and Theory of Sunya: Springer, (Ed.) S.R Bhatt, 2019.

Publications in Conference Proceedings

  1. “KanadamPanineeyam ca Mimamsopakarakam”,KanadamPanineeyam ca Sarvasastropakarakam, K. Mahesvaran Nair (ed.), Centre for Vedanta Studies, University of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram 2002.
  2. “Is Testimony a Seigneuries Means of Knowing? Enthronement of Testimony with Advaita Rationale” Advaita Vedanta in the Coming Millennium, M. Usha Devi (ed.), Department of Sanskrit, Sri Sankara College, Kalady, 2004.
  3. “Explicating the MahavakyaPrajnanam Brahma in Advaitacintapaddhati of Sri Chattampi Swami”, Globalization and Social Philosophy for the Realization of “Globalizatioin, Multiculturalism and the International Order” 80th International Congress of Social Philosophy, Dravidian University, KuppamVol.7, No.I, 2006.
  4. “From Knowing that to Knowing That: A Journey from Propositional Knowledge to Knowledge of the Absolute”,Essays on Vedanta, D. Nesy (ed.), Dept. of Philosophy, University of Kerala, 2006.
  5. “Tradition and Values in the Politics of Recognition: The Canadian Diversity and its Impact to the Contemporary World”, Traditions and Transformations: Canada and India: Souvenir of XXII IACS International Conference on Canadian Studies, Canadian Studies Centre & University of Madras, Chennai, 2006.
  6. “Revisiting Logical Probability in the Epistemic Contexts: Towards Immunizing Epistemic Justification from Gettier Counter examples”, The Spirit of Indian philosophy: Proceedings of the 79th session of IPC, (R. Murali. ed.), Sandeep Prakashan, New Delhi, 2006.
  7. “Can Poetics Claim to have an Epistemology of its own?” Krtya: An Anthology of Poetry, Rati Saxena, (ed.), Thiruvananthapuram, 2007.
  8. “The Enterprise of Meta ethics: Unpacking the Metaphysical Presuppositions of Normative and Ethical Theories”, Ethics and Values: Proceedings of National Seminar, Department of Psychology, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady, 2008.
  9. “African Philosophy: Approaches”, ACPI Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Vol. I Johnson J. Puthenpurackal (ed.), Asian Trading Corporation, Bangalore, 2010,
  10. “Revisiting the Concept of Knowing in Advaita Vedanta”, Indian Philosophy and Its Social Concerns, SharadaSubrahmaniam& Rani P.L. eds., Progressive Books, Chennai, 2010.
  11. “Revisionary Epistemology of Later Advaita Tradition”, Revisiting Vedanta in 21st Century, S. Paneerselvam, Uma Shanker (eds.), Dept. of Philosophy, SIES College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Mumbai, 2012.
  12. “Is there a Private Language Called the Language of Thought?” Linguistic Representations: The Road Ahead, R.C. Pradhan (ed.), Decent Books, New Delhi, 2012.
  13. “Facets of Kerala’s Religiosity: An Overview” Introduction to Kerala Studies, G.V. Vilanilam& Antony Palakkal& Sunny Luke (eds.), International Institute for Scientific & Academic Collaboration, Inc , Vol.2, New Jersey, USA, 2012.
  14. “Conscious Experience: Dretske and Gangesa”, Perception: An Interdisciplinary Exploration, S. Painadath SJ, SreekalaM.Nair (eds.), Sameeksha Research Centre, Kalady, 2013.
  15. “Argumentation As A Social Epistemic Method: A Contemporary Reading of Katha (Philosophical Argumentation) in Nyaya Tradition”, New Horizons of Indological Research, DharmarajAdat (ed.), Kunjunni Raja Academy of Indological Research & New Bharatiya Book Corporation, New Delhi, 2013.
  16. “Emerging Issues of Modernity in Indian Philosophy”, The Effulgence of Indian Wisdom, P.C Muraleemadhavan (ed.), Department of Sanskrit Sahitya, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, & New Bharatiya Book Corporation, New Delhi, 2013.
  17. “AdvaitaParampara: Role of Preceptors and their Tradition in the Preservance of Advaita System” Proceedings on Advaita Vedanta: Traditional and contemporary Thinking,SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady, 2013.
  18. “Rendering Domestic Gloss for Academic Philosophy: Problems and Prospects”, Translation Today, Awadesh Kumar Mishra & V. Saratchandran Nair (eds.), National Translation Mission, Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore, Vol.8, No.1, 2014.
  19. “Mathematical Model Vs Grammatical Model: Drawing Comparison between Indian Logic and Western Logic”, Proceedings of National Seminar on Tarkamsangraha: The Master key to All Indian Intellectual Traditions, Department of Nyaya, Govt. Sanskrit College. Tripunitura, Kerala, 2014.
  20. “Bhaktiprastana: A Movement of Both Renaissance and Revitalization of Classical Indian Philosophy”, Phenomenology, Enlightenment and Transformation: Proceedings of UGC National Seminar on Vedanta Philosophy, Department of Vedanta, Govt. Sanskrit College, Tripunitura, 2014.
  21. “Contextualist Approaches to Knowledge Analysis” Philosophy: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow: Proceedings of Second Annual International Conference, Global Science and Technology Forum, Singapore, 2014.
  22. “Issues in Philosophical Debating: A Contemporary Epistemological Analysis” Theories of Debate in Indian Dialectical Traditions, Dept. of Nyaya, Govt. Sanskrit College Tripunithura, 2015.
  23. “The Philosophical Roots of Pilgrimage Tradition: With Special Reference to Vedanta School” Shrines and Pilgrimages: Philosophy and Practice, Vijay Nicole Imprints Private Limited, Chennai, 2016.
  24. “An Epistemological Approach to Feminist Philosophy of Religion” Issues in Ethics and Applied Ethics series, Vol.2, Ethics in Feminism, ed. Shiva Nath Prasad and Avinash Kumar Srivastava, Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi, 2016.
  25. “Role of Faith in Weaving the Hindu Cultural Metrixs” Faith and Culture: An Interdisciplinary Analysis. Id. Joseph Nalpathilchara and SujanAmrutham, PIA Publiation, Alwaye 2016.
  26. “On Indian Scientific Rationality: Exploring the Elements of Scientific Method in Classical Indian Epistmology”SatyaNilayam: Chennai Journal of Intercultural Philosophy. SNC Journal, pub. Lawrence S. Fernandes for Satya Nilayam, Chennai, Oct- 2016.
  27. “MathantharaPadanathinteReethisasthram” Ezhuthu: ChinthikyunnaHridayangalku, Looman, Ponoth Road, Kaloor, Kochi, Sep- 2017.
  28. “Nagarjuna an Anti Realist or A Sceptic?” Anviksiki, Ed. Shriprakash Pandey, Dept. of Philosophy and Religion, Banaras Hindu Unversity,Varanasi, Dec- 2013.
  29. “Eschewing Obsession with Methodology in Theology: A Vision from Postmodern Theology” 4th Annual International Conference Proceedings, PYTT 2016, Global Science and Technology Forum, Singapore, Nov- 2006.
  30. “Inquiry of Subjectivity in Advaita Vedanta: A Phenmenological Approach” Consciousness: Scientific and Philosophical Perspectives, Dept. of Vedanta, SSUS, Kalady, 2017.
  31. “Employing Vedanta for Conflict Resolution: SreeNarayanaguru’s Contributions”, Conflict Resolution: Perspectives from Indian Philosophy and Traditions, Penerbit UKM Press, Malaysia, 2018.

Conference participation details

  1. On the Disparities Between Scientific Knowledge and Religious Knowledge” in the Regional Seminar on Scientific Development &Religious Response : An Interaction Between Science and Religion,organized by the Loyola Centre for Collaborative Action Research for Enlightenment, Madurai, on 13th-14th Feb.2000.
  2. “Intellectual Relativism & Truth: A Popperian Version” in the National Seminar on Comparative Philosophy, organized by the Department of Vedanta, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit. Kalady, on1st – 3rd March 2000.
  3. “KanadanPaniyiyam Ca Mimamsastropakarakam” in the One Day National Lecture Programme on KanadaPaniyiyam Ca Mimamasastropakarakam Organized by the Centre of Vedanta Studies , University of Kerala and MHRD, Government of India held at N.S.S College, Pandalam held at 18th August 2000.
  4. “The Significance of Environmental Ethics &Its Philosophical Implications in the Third Millennium” in the National Seminar on Problems in Applied Ethics, organized by the Department of Philosophy, Vivekananda College. Chennai sponsored by ICPR on 27th – 29th March, 2001.
  5. “The Philosophy of D.PChattopadhyaya” in the Regional Seminar on The Philosophy of Contemporary Indian Thinkers, held at the Madura College, Madurai on 7th& 8th August 2001.
  6. “Knowing in a Social World: Identifying Testimony as a Social Epistemic Practice” in the National Seminar on Philosophy in the New Millennium: Problems and Prospects, organized by the Department of Philosophy, University of Kerala held at Senate Chamber, University of Kerala held on 16th – 17th March 2004.
  7. “Argumentation as a Social Epistemic Method: A Contemporary Reading of Katha in Nyava Sastra” in the National Seminar on Indian Intellectual Traditions: Paradigms of Knowing Experiences, held in connection with SreeSankara Jayanti celebrationsorganized by SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady, on 22nd-24th April 2004.
  8. “Non – Local Nature of Consciousness: An Indian Perspective”, in the ICPR National SeminaronScience ofConsciousness Studies, organized by theDepartment of Philosophy, Central University of Pondicherry, on 12th – 13th December, 2004.
  9. “Sanskrit Philosophical Theories” in the DesiyaVidvatSadas on Sanskrit Theories &Philosophical Theories held at SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Regional Centre, Trivandrum, on 2nd – 3rd March 2005.
  10. “Explanation Vs Understanding: Reviewing the Limitations of Explanatory Kind of Knowledge”, in the National Seminar on Problems and Prospects in the Philosophy of Social Science, organized by the Department of Philosophy, Pune University, on 17th-18th March 2005.
  11. “Epistemic Foundations of Vethathiriyan System of Philosophy”in the National Seminar onPhilosophy of VethathiriMaharshi, organized bythe Brain Trust, Aliyar on 15th — 16th April 2005.
  12. “Ways of Knowing in Sartrean Existentialism”” in the National Seminar on Jean Paul Sartre: Life and Works, organized by the Department of Philosophy, Autonomous College, Madurai, on 8th – 9th December 2005.
  13. “Novice – Expert Problem in Contemporary Epistemology of Testimony” in the National Seminar on Knowledge Representation in Sanskrit & Computer, organized by SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit. Kalady, on 27thFebruary– 1stMarch 2006.
  14. “Learning from Words: Enhancing Social Veritistic Knowledge by Hearsay” ICPR National Seminar on Perspectives in the Philosophy of Language: Indian & Western, Department of Philosophy, S.V University, Tirupaty, 5th– 7thMarch 2007.
  15. “Locating the Aesthetics: A Postmodern Reading” in the National Seminar on Comparative Literature: Current Trends, organized by the Department of Comparative Literature, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit on 20th – 21st March. 2007.
  16. “Knowledge of Food Poison in Ayurvedic Medicine: Susruta Samhita on Food Management and Protection” in the International Seminar on Textual Tradition in Ayurveda, organized by the Department of Vyakarana, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady, on 15th- 19thMay 2007.
  17. “On Indian Woman’s Epistemic Credibility: Examining the Relevance of Social Identity in Epistemic Realms” in All Kerala Oriental Conference held at University of Calicut, in 11th – 12thDecember 2007.
  18. “The Enterprise of Meta Ethics: Unpacking the Metaphysical Presuppositions of Normative Ethical Theories” in the National Seminar on Ethics and Values, organized by the Department of Psychology, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, on 8th – 12th January 2008.
  19. “Knowledge and Understanding: JidduKrishnamurthyn On the Disparity between Factual Knowledge Understanding”in the ICPR National Seminar on JidduKrishnamurti’s Philosophy and the Future of Humanity organized by the Department of Philosophy, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati on 7th -9th February 2008.
  20. “Linking Language with Logic: Buddhist Theory of Meaning & the Nature of Language” in the National Seminar on Sanskrit Grammar & Recent Trends in Linguistics, organized by the Department of Sanskrit Grammar, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit on 13th -15th February 2008.
  21. “Combating Modernity Issues – Advaita Model” in the National Seminar on Advaita Vedanta: Problems and Prospects, organized by the Department of Vedanta, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, on 11th- 13th March 2008.
  22. “Real as Knowable and Namable: Some Observations of Dayakrishna on PratyaksaLakshana” in the National Seminar on The Developments in Indian Philosophy from the 18th Century onwards, organized by the Centre for Studies in Civilization, New Delhi and Department of Philosophy, University of Madras, on 13th -14th March 2008
  23. “Environmental Ethics: The Conceptual Foundations” in the Regional Seminar on Environmental Ethics, organized by the P.G And Research Department of Philosophy, Religion and Culture, Poompuhar College, Tamilnadu, on 7th-8th August 2008.
  24. “Nature of Consciousness: A View from Indian Realism” in the National Seminar on Consciousness as Embodied / or Constructed Reality, organized by the Department of Philosophy, Arul Anandar College, Madurai, on 1st -2nd September 2008.
  25. “Relationally Based Ethics of Care: Feminist Revision in Contemporary Ethics” in the National Seminar on Current Moral Debates: Philosophical Foundations & Practical Implications, organized by the Suvidya College, Bangalore, held on 21st – 22nd November 2008.
  26. “Revisiting the Concept of Knowing in Advaita Vedanta” in the ICPR National Workshop on Indian Philosophy and Its Social Concerns, organized by Sri Sathya Sai University, Andhra Pradesh on 8th- 9th December 2008.
  27. “Relevance of Logic & Epistemology as Core Subjects in Higher Education” in the Regional Seminar on Need of Philosophy as Core Subjects in Higher Education, organized by the Department of Philosophy, University of Kerala on 11th-12th December 2008.
  28. “Can Indian Pramanasastra Account for Social Epistemics?” in the Regional Seminar on Unithiri Endowment: All Kerala Oriental Conference organized by the Department of Philosophy, University of Calicut on 16th – 17th December 2008.
  29. “Revising Individual Epistemic Methods to Meet the Demands of Current Knowledge World” in the IV Annual Conference of BharatiyaMahilaDarshanikaParishat, organized by the Department of Philosophy, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady on 21st -23rd December 2008.
  30. “Social Veritisitic Methods in Indian Philosophy”in the 4th Annual Conference on BharatiyaMahilaDarshanikaParishad organized by the BharatiyaMahilaDarshanikaParishad held at Sri Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady held on 21st – 23rd December 2008.
  31. “On Disparities between Scientific Knowledge and Religious Knowledge” in the State Level Seminar on Scientific Development and Religious Response Organized by the Loyola Centre for Collaborative Action, Madurai and Indian Institute of Science and Religion, Pune held at Loyola Academic and Technical Institution Campus, Gnanolivupuram, Madurai held on 13th – 14th February 2009.
  32. “Contributions of Christianity for Dynamising Kerala’s Religiosity“ in the National Seminar on Dravidian Religions & Social Harmony,organized by the Department of Comparative Dravidian Literature & Philosophy, Dravidian University, Kuppam on 6th- 7th March 2009.
  33. “Providing Domestic Glossary for Academic Philosophy: Problems & Prospects” in theICPR National Seminar on Perspectives in the Philosophy of Language: Indian and Western, organized by the Department of Philosophy S.V University, Tirupatyon 5th -7th March 2009.
  34. “Controversy Between Holism and Atomism:Indian Lessons on the Context principle” in the National Seminar on Evolution of PaninianGrammer, organized by the Department of Vyakarana, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady, on 18th-20th March 2009.
  35. “On Empirical Knowledge and Philosophical Knowledge: Knowledge Envisaged in the Metaphysical Spectrum of Upanishads” in the National Seminar on Humanism in Upanishads, organized by the Department of Vedanta, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady, held at SSUS, Kalady held on 16th- 18th September 2009.
  36. “On the Subjectivist Theory of Probability” in the 84th Session of Indian Philosophical Congress, organized by the University of Mumbai held at Mumbai University, Mumbai held on 24th-27th October 2009.
  37. “On the Disparities between Methodologies of Science &Religion: Towards an Epistemology of Religion for Global Society” in the 8thInternational Congress of Social Philosophy,organized by the Dravidian University, Kuppam on 12th- 14th November 2009.
  38. “Intuition as an Epistemic method in Vedic Hymns and its Epistemic Priority over Reasoning”, in the National Seminar on Vedic Texts and the Knowledge Systems of India,organized by the Centre for Vedic Studies, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady, on 9th-11th December 2009.
  39. “Problems of Modernity in Indian Philosophy” in the National Seminar of Erudite Scholar in Residence Program,organized by the Department of Sanskrit Sahitya, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit held at SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady held on 18th January – 5thFebruary 2010.
  40. “Knowledge as Information Vs. Knowledge as Understanding.” in the National Seminar on Philosophy & Distance Learning: Innovations in Knowledge Infusion, organized by theIndiragandhi National Open University, New Delhi on 28th- 29th 2010.
  41. “Combating Challenges of Future Epistemic: Vethathiriyan Perspective” in the National Seminar on The Contribution of VethathiriMaharshi to Philosophy, Science, Yoga &World peace, organized by the University of Madras & National Vethathiriyan Centre on 5th – 6th August 2010.
  42. “Sankara’s Philosophy: Bridging the East and the West” in the National Seminar on The Changing Functions of Religion in Indiaorganized by SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady on 2nd – 3rd September 2010.
  43. “Context Principle Vs. Composition Principle: Debate between Vyakarana School &Mimamsa School on the Theory of Meaning” in the National Seminar on Recent Trends in Philosophical &Linguistics Theories, organized by the Department of Philosophy & Department of Linguistics, University of Kerala on 9th -11th February 2010.
  44. “Sentence Holism Vs Sentence Atomism: Debate in Indian Theory of Meaning” in the 5th Annual Conference of BharatiyaMahilaDarshanikParishat,organized by the S.P College, Pune, on 19th – 21st February 2010.
  45. “On Global Change and Local Belonging: A Philosophical Perspective” in the National Seminar on Aspects of Globalization in Contemporary Literature, organized by the Department of Culture & Heritage, Cochin University of Science and Technology, on 24th- 26th February 2010.
  46. “Gandhi’s Revisionary Hinduism: Problems and Perspectives“ in the National Seminar on Gandhi and Religious Pluralism,organized by the School of Gandhian Thought, MG University, Kottayam on 24th – 26th March 2010.
  47. “Primary Epistemics and Cognitive Science: Reassessing the Role of Normative Epistemology” in the National Seminar on Epistemology and Cognitive Science: Their Interplay in Contemporary Knowledge Analysis Organized by the Department of Philosophy, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady held at Department of Philosophy, SSUS, Kalady on 31st March 2010.
  48. “Philosophy, Science and Religion: A Current Perspective” as a panelist in the Research Seminar on Philosophy, Science and Religion organized by Sameeksha Centre for Indian Spirituality, Kalady on 11th September 2010.
  49. “Conceiving Philosophy as a Mediator between Science and Religion: A Methodological Perspective” in the 6th Annual Conference of BharatiyaMahilaDarshanikaParishad, organized by Osmania University, Hyderabad, on 29th – September1stOctober2010.
  50. “Hermeneutics and Deconstruction” in theAfro- Asian Philosophy Association Conference 2010 organized by the Department of Philosophy, University of Mumbai, held on 20th-23rdOctober 2010.
  51. “Knowledge and Information: Their Species Distinction” in the National Seminar on Philosophy and Distance Learning: Innovations in Knowledge infusion, organized by the School of Interdisciplinary and Trans Disciplinary Studies and CBCI Chair, Indiragandhi National Open University, New Delhi on 28th -29thOctober 2010.
  52. “Is there a Private Language called Language of Thought”, in the National Seminar on Linguistic Representation: The Road Ahead, organized by the Department of Philosophy, University of Hyderabad, on 5th-7th January 2011.
  53. “Issues involved in Malayalam Gloss Making for Academic Philosophy” in the National Seminar on Academic Use of Malayalam Language & the Role of Knowledge, organized by the National Translation Mission & Kerala Sahitya Academy, Trissur, on 28th-30th Jan.2011.
  54. “Problems of Glossary Making in Academic Philosophy: An Analytical Study” in the National Seminar on Growth of Malayalam Language and theRole of Knowledge Text Translation Organized by the Kerala Historical Research Society and Kerala Sahitya Academy, Thrissur held at Kerala Sahitya Academy, Thrissur held on 28th – 30th January 2011.
  55. “Epistemic Issues in Normative Ethics” in the International Seminar on Emerging Trends in Bio ethics – Indian Context and perspectives, organized by the Little Flower Seminary, Aluva, on 8th-10th February 2011.
  56. “Concept of Bhakti in Visitadvaita System of Philosophy” in the National Seminar on Philosophy of Sri Krishna and Contemporary Society, organized by Sri Vishnu Mohan Foundation, Chennai, at SreeJnanadvaitaPeetam, Guruvayur on 18th- 19th May 2011.
  57. “Anti realist Elements in Madhyamika Buddhism”, in the National Seminar on Dialogue in Indian Philosophical Tradition: Stagnation, Community and Possibilities, organized by SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady on 26th-27th August 2011.
  58. “Epistemology of Science: An Over View” in the Regional Seminar on Philosophy of Science: The State of Art, organized by the Sameeksha Centre for Research in Indian Spirituality, on 30th August 2011.
  59. “Impact of Western Philosophy on Indian Philosophy” in the National seminar on The Influence of Sanskrit on Other Languages, organized bySreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady on 30th September – October 1st 2011.
  60. “Influence of Sanskrit Tradition on Indian Thought Structure”, in the National Seminar on Sanskrit Day Celebration 2011, organized by SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady, held at SSUS, Kalady held on September 30th – October 1st 2011.
  61. “Philosophy of Education in Indian Darsanas” in the Regional Seminar on Prospects of Education: Current Scenario organized bythe Corporative Educational Agency, Dioces of Thamarassery, on 18th October 2011
  62. “Metaphysical Underpinnings of Multi Valued Logic” in the One Day Lecture Programme on Beyond Binary Logic, organized by the Department of Philosophy, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady held at Department of Philosophy, SSUS, Kalady held on 25thNovember 2011.
  63. “Situating Indian Democracy with Special Reference to Dalit Women”, in the 86th Indian Philosophical Congress on Indian Philosophical Tradition and Western Philosophical Method, Organized by Annamalai University, Department of Philosophy, Tamilnadu, held at Department of Philosophy, Annamalai University, Tamilnadu,held on 16th- 19th December 2011.
  64. “Bhakti and Vibhakti in Cherussery’sKrishnagadha” in the National Seminar on Srikrishna in Regional Literature, organized by the Department of Philosophy, SIES College, Mumbai and Sri Vishnumohan Foundation held in Chennai, held on 5th-6thDecember 2011.
  65. “Methodological Aspects of Sanskrit Philosophy of Language with Special Reference to Mahabhasya” in the National Seminar on Patanjali and Indian Intellectual Tradition, organized by the Department of Sanskrit Vyakarana, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady, on 2nd -4th February 2012.
  66. “Epistemology of Religious Thought” in the National Seminar on Models of Intercultural Philosophy, organized by the Department of Philosophy, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady, on 27th July 2012.
  67. “Inductive Logic: An Introduction”, in the ICPR Sponsored Lecture Programme on The Problem of Induction: East and West, organized by the Department of Philosophy, SreeSankaracharya University, Kalady, on 23rd February 2012.
  68. “Eastern Scientific Rationality: Indian Model” in the International Seminar on Eastern Rationality: Trends and Relevance in a Technocratic Society, organized by the Department of Philosophy, Arul Anandar College,Madurai, on 19th -20th January 2012.
  69. “Conscious Experience: Dretske and Gangesa”, in the National Seminar OnPhilosophy of Perception: A Contemporary Perspective, organized by Sameeksha Research Center, Kalady, on 26th- 27th March 2012.
  70. “Indian Philosophy’s Interlocution with Society during 18th& 19th Centuries” in the National Seminar on Sanskrit & Indian Renaissance, organized by the Department of Sanskrit Sahitya, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit on 21st – 23rd August 2012.
  71. “Bhakti and Its role in National Integration” in the National Seminar on Concept of Bhakti: Current Perspectives, organized by the SreeSankara College for Arts, Science& Commerce, Kalady& Sri Vishnumohan Foundation, Chennai, on 17th August 2012.
  72. “Indian Theories of Consciousness and Epistemology”, in the Phoenix Colloquium Series, organized by the Mount Allison University, Canada, on 28th September 2012.
  73. “Eastern Scientific Rationality: Indian Model” in the International Seminar of Atlantic Regional Philosophy Association Conference organized by The University of Prince, Edward Island, Canada on 12th and 13thOctober 2012.
  74. “Problem of Truth in Indian Knowledge Analysis”, in theIst Annual International Conference on Philosophy Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow PYTT 2013, organized by Global Science and Technology Forum, held on 9th-10th December 2013.
  75. “Issues in Philosophical debating: A Contemporary Epistemological Analysis”, in the National Seminar on Theories of Debate in Indian Dialectical Tradition,organized by the Department of Sanskrit Nyaya, SreeRamavarma Govt. Sanskrit College, Tripunithura, on 23rd January 2013.
  76. “Vivekananda: Engaging Dialogue between Indian Wisdom and Western Rationality”inthe National Seminar on New Readings on Vivekananda Thoughts, organized by the VadkkeMadhamBramaswam and Vedic Research Centre, Thrissur on 26th May 2013.
  77. “Eco Centered Epistemology and the Politics of Ecology” inthe National Seminar onLiterature and the Environment, organized by the Department of English, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady on 25th – 27th March 2013.
  78. “Engaging Vedanta for National Reconstruction: Role of Vedanta in Weaving India’s Political Imagination”in National Seminar on Vedanta Philosophy and Renaissance, organized by the Department of Vedanta, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Regional Centre, Panmana, on 27th& 28th February 2013.
  79. “Regeneration of Indian Culture for Development: Murty on Indian Culture and its Contributions to Development” in the National Seminar on The Philosophy of Dr. K. SachidanandaMurty, organized by the Department of Philosophy, University of Madras on 28th-30th January 2013.
  80. “Sabda: T.M.P Mahadevan on Indian Theories on Testimony” in National Seminar on The Philosophy of Prof. T. M. P. Mahadevanorganized by the Department of Philosophy, University of Madras on 26th-28th March 2013.
  81. “Weaving the Strands: Indian Philosophy, Culture & Religion” in the International Seminar on Indian Philosophy: Interfacing Religion and Culture,organized by theDepartment of Philosophy, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady on 18th January 2013.
  82. “Values Embedded in Varna System” in the International Seminar on Values Embedded in Indian Philosophy, organized by theDepartment of Philosophy & Religion, Banarus Hindu University & The Council for Research in Value & Philosophy, Washington DC held on 10th- 12th January 2013.
  83. “Multicultural India and the Politics of Recognition: Envisaging Indian Culture as a Way of Life” in the Pre world Congress of Philosophy Conference on Culture and Philosophy as Way of Life in times of Global Change organized by the Council for Research in Values and Philosophy held on 1st – 3rd August 2013.
  84. “Philosophical Argumentation in Nyaya Tradition”, in the 23rd World Congress of Philosophy, Athens, on 4th-10th August 2013.
  85. “Role of Sanskrit Tradition in India’s Cultural Integration” in the University level Seminar on Sanskrit and National Integration,organized by the SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady, on 21st- 27th August 2013.
  86. “Philosophy of Education in Indian Darsanas” in the One Day Educational Seminar organized in connection with the Jubilee Celebrations of the Corporate Educational Agency, ThamarasseryDioces, Thamarassery, at VyaparaBhavan Auditorium, 18th October 2013.
  87. “Contemporary View of Adikaratvam”, in the One day National Seminar on The Concept of Adhikaratvam organized by Sri Vishnu Mohan Foundation and Adayar Library and Research Centre held at Adayar Library and Research Center held on 13th November 2013.
  88. “Arguing for the Case of Contextualism”, in the 88thIndian PhilosophyCongress, organized by the Department of Philosophy, Madura College(Autonomous) Madurai, on 27th-30th December 2013.
  89. “AdvaitaParampara Role of Perceptor and Their Tradition” in the National Seminar on Advaita Vedanta: Traditional and Contemporary Thinking, organized by SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady, on 11th- 13th December 2013.
  90. “Bhakti Prasthana: A Movement of both Renaissance and Revitalization of Classical Indian Philosophy”, in the National Seminar on Phenomenology, Enlightenment and Transformation, organized by the Department of Vedanta, Govt.Sanskrit College, Tripunithura&Sukrtindra Oriental Research Institute, Ernakulam, on 13th -15th January 2014.
  91. “The Philosophical Roots of the Pilgrimage Tradition: with Special Reference to Vedanta System” in the International Seminar on Shrines and Pilgrimages: Philosophical Perspectives, organized by the Department of Philosophy, Loyola College( Autonomous) Chennai and Satya Nilayam Research Institute, 16th- 17th January 2014
  92. “Mathematical Model verses Grammatical Model- Drawing Comparison between Indian Logic and Western Logic” in the National Seminar on Tarkasangraha: The Master Key to All Indian Intellectual Tradition, organized by Department of Nyaya,Govt. Sanskrit College, Tripunithura, on 24th and 25th February 2014.
  93. “AdhikariNirnaya: A Contemporary Debate”, in the National Seminar on Indian Spirituality and Its Relevance in 21st Century, organized by the Department of Philosophy and Centre for Swami Vivekananda Studies, University of Madras, Chennai, 25th – 26th February 2014.
  94. “Feminism: A Philosophical Perspective” in the one day Special Lecture Programme organized by the University of Madras held at the Conferene Hall of Department of Politics and Public Administration held on February 26th 2014.
  95. “Doing Physics and Metaphysics: The Indian Way” in the National Seminar on Modern Perspectives of Advaita Vedanta organized by SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Regional Centre, Panmana on 13th& 14th February 2014.
  96. “Problem of Enworlded Subjectivity as Presented in Sankara’sDrugdrsyaviveka” in the National Seminar on Consciousness: Scientific and Philosophical Perspectives, organized by the Department of Vedanta, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady, on 6th and 7th March 2014.
  97. “Exploring the Phenomenological Method Employed by Sankara: A Cross Cultural Analysis” in the National Seminar on Consciousness: Scientific and Philosophical Perspectives Organized by the Department of Vedanta, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady held at Department of Vedanta, SSUS, Kalady held on 6th – 7th March 2014.
  98. “Reclaiming Identity in PostColonial India: A Lineage of Thought from Swami Vivekananda”, in the National Seminar on The Social Philosophy of Swami Vivekananda,organized by the Department of Philosophy, University of Madras, on 29th& 30th April 2014.
  99. “Role of Preceptors in the Hermeneutic Development of Indian Philosophy” in the National Seminar on Guru Tradition, Cultural Creativity and Social Change, organized by the Santhigiri Institute of Culture and Human Development, Nalanda International and Department of Philosophy, Gujarat University, on 8th – 9th July 2014.
  100. “Contextualist Approaches to Knowledge Analysis” in the PYTT 2nd Annual International Conference on Philosophy Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, organized by Global Science & Technology Forum in Singapore on 24th- 25thNovember 2014.
  101. “The Concept of Adhikari: A Contemporary Picture” in the One Day National Seminar on the Concept of Adhikaratvam, organized by Sri Vishnu Mohan Foundation, Chennai &Adyar Library and Research Centre, Chennai at Theosophical Society, Adyar on 13th November 2014.
  102. “Ancient Indian Jurisprudence and Its Modern Counterpart: An Analytical Study” in the Two Day National Seminar on Ancient Indian Law Systems and Modern Jurisprudence organized by the Research Forum, Department of Sanskrit Sahitya, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady on 21s – 22nd November 2014.
  103. “Science and Semiotics: Some reflections from Indian Epistemic Perspectives”, in the international symposium onGenetics and Neuroscience- Frontiers in Philosophy, Religion and Ethics, organized by Institute of Science and Religion, Aluva, Kerala, on 8th – 10th October 2014.
  104. “Dialectics and Development: Hegal and Gandhi ” National Seminar on Peace, Development and Social Harmony jointly organized by Peace Research Centre, Gujarat Vidyapeeth& IASE Deemed University Rajasthan at Gujarat Vidyapeeth, Ahmedabad on 27th – 28th 2014.
  105. “Identity and Relations in a Multicultural Community: An Epistemic Engagement”, in the National Seminar on Indian Council of Philosophical Research,organized by the Department of Philosophy, Arul Anandar (Autonomous)College, Madurai on 17th-18th December 2014.
  106. “Indian Aesthetics: An overview” in the Special Lecture Programme on Indian Aesthetics organized by the Department of Philosophy, Maharajas College, Ernakulam held on January 15th 2015.
  107. “Eco feminist Discourse in Contemporary Ethics” in the Five Day National Workshop on Applied Ethics organized by the Department of Philosophy, Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning, Anantapur Campus from 21st to 25th February 2015.
  108. “Challenges for Intercultural Understanding”in the Indian Philosophical Congress 89th session organized by AdikaviNannaya University, Rajamundry, Andra Pradesh held on January 5th – 10th 2015.
  109. “Moral Realism and Its Challenges: Some Meta Ethical Reflections” in the Three Day UGC National Seminar on Theorizing Ethics: Prospects and Challenges organized by the Department of Philosophy, Sree Kerala Varma College, Thrissur on 20th -22nd January 2015.
  110. “Indian Ethical Discourse: From Anthropocentrism to Theo centrism” in the two Day National Seminar on Ethical Explorations in Advaita Vedanta, organized by the Department of Sanskrit Vedanta, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit on 3rd- 4th March 2015.
  111. “Culture Faith Encounter: A Hindu Perspective” in the International Colloquium on Faith & Culture,organized by The Pontifical Institute of Theology & Philosophy,Alwaye on 29th -30thJanuary 2015.
  112. “Warring against Occidentalism and the Hindu Orthodoxy: SreeNarayanaguru’s attempts to Revamp Hinduism” in the National Seminar on Integral Humanism In Indian Thought organized by Sanchi University of Buddhist-Indic Studies, Bhopal from 25th – 27th March, 2015.
  113. “Dhvani as Redundant for Suggested Meaning: Mahimabhatta’s Contributions to KavyaMimamsa” in the ICPR National Seminar on Art, Language, Emotion in memory of Professor Susheel Kumar Saxena organized by Indian Council of Philosophical Research at India International Centre, New Delhi from 6th – 8th April 2015.
  114. “What is wrong with Contextualism? An Exploration” inthe International seminar on Epistemology and Indian Logic organized by the School of Philosophy and Culture at Sri Mata Vaishnodevi University, Jammu & Kashmir on 3rd– 5th June 2015.
  115. “Addressing the Problem of Epistemic Justification; Nyaya, Mimamsa and Process Reliabilism”, in the ICPR one day National Seminar on Indian Perspectives on Knowledge- Speculations of Nyayavaisesika and Mimamsa Systems of Indian Philosophy organized by the Dept. of Nyaya, Govt. Sanskrit College, Tripunithura in connection with the prize distribution ceremony of ParikshitRamavarma Memorial State Level Essay Writing Competition on Nyaya Sastra on 30th October 2015.
  116. “Placing the Preceptor in Kerala Renaissance Movement” in the ICPR national Seminar on Guru Tradition, Cultural Creativity and Social Change – Exploring the Kerala Legacy, organized by Santhigiri Institute of Culture and Human Development, Thiruvananthapuram on 8th&9th March 2015.
  117. “On the Methodological Disparities Between Modern Science and its Ancient Indian Counter Part” in the 25th Swadeshi Science Congress on Healthy Soil for HealthyLife organized by Swadeshi Science Movement – Kerala and SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady, at SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady on 16th-18th Dec 2015.
  118. “Philosophy and/as Literature” in the One Day Seminar on Literature and Philosophy organized by SSUS, Regional Centre, Koilandy on 24th April 2015.
  119. “Scientific Explanation: The Indian Model” in the ParamahamsaYogananda International Conference on Science, Spirituality and Education, organized in H.P University, Shimla on 24th-27th Sept. 2015.
  120. “Dharma and Dhamma: A Comparative Analysis”, 3rd International Dharma- Dhamma Conference on Harmony of Religions- Welfare of Human Kind organized by Grand Assembly of Religions at Indore on 24th -26th October 2015.
  121. “Intangible Heritages and their cultural Backdrops” In the Intangible Heritage Festival, 2015 organized by National Museum of Natural History, New Delhi and SSUS at SSUS, Kalady on 3rd – 5th Dec.2015.
  122. “Feminist Ecological Subjectivity in the Making” in the National seminar on Personal Identity and Environmental Challenges: With Special Focus on Post Colonial Indian Situation organized by Vishnu Mohan Foundation, Chennai and Theosophical Society, Adayar, at Theosophical Society, Adayar on 8th January 2016.
  123. “Reinventing Guru Tradition for Cultural Creativity and Social Change: Contributions of Navajyoti Sri KarunakaraGuru” in the Three Day UGC National Seminar on Roots Routes and Fruits of Vedanta in Kerala organized by Dept. of Vedanta at SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady on 15th- 17th March 2016.
  124. “Reconciling Conflicting Cultures of Colonial Times” in the National Seminar on Peace, and Reconciliation: Perspectives from Religion and Philosophy, organized by Sri Vishnumohan Foundation, Chennai at Sri. Jnanadvaitapitam, New Giri Road, T Nagar, Chennai on 2nd and 3rd March 2016.
  125. “Situating Mimamsa Semantics in Contemporary Philosophy of Language” in Indian Philosophy Congress 90th Session at Madadh University, Bodh Gaya on February 1st-4th 2016.
  126. “Accounting for Plurality in Ontology: Poornavada Revisionary Approach with Regard to the Relation Between Good and the World” ” in the 1st International Poornavad Philosophy Congress on 21st Challenges Before Contemporary Global Philosophy, organized by Swami RamanandTeerth, Marathwada University &PoornavadVidyaPratishthanNanded on 23rd- 25th Jan 2016.
  127. “Socialization of Scientific sub-culture: R SundaraRajan’s Critique of Scientific Rationalism” in the National Seminar on Hermaneutics of Philosophy, Culture and Politics: Some Reflections on the Philosophy of Professor R. SundaraRajan, organized by the Dept. of Philosophy, SavitribaiPhule Pune University, on 22nd 23rd Feb 2016.
  128. “The Role of Verbs and Verb Endings in Mimamsa Semantics”, in the Three Day UGC National Seminar on Sanskrit and Linguistics organized by Dept.of Sanskrit Sahitya, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady on 21st-23rd March 2016.
  129. “Warring Against CasteismRevitalising the Tradition: The Visistadvaita Model” in the Three Day ICPR National Seminar on Caste, Marginalization andEmancipation organized by Santhigiri Institute of Cultures & Human Development, Thiravananthapuram on 19 th-21stApril 2016.
  130. “Social Ideals in Vedantic Schools: Advaita and Visistadvaita Philosophies” in the Two Day National Seminar on Vedic and Vedantic Ideals: Relevance and Importance Today, organized by BrahmaswamMadhamVidyarthySangham and Vedic Research Centre, VadakkeMadhamBrahmaswam, Thrissur on 9th – 10thApril 2016.
  131. “Teaching Philosophy in India Today inclusive of Tribal culture” in the ICPR colloquium on Teaching Philosophy in India inclusive of Tribal Culture organized by the Dept. of Philosophy, University of Kerala in collaboration with Santhigiri Research Foundation on 20th June 2016.
  132. “Releasing Theology from Epistemological Barriers: A Post Modern Narrative”, at the Weekly Seminar organized by Indian Institute of Advanced Studies, Shimla on 19th August 2016.
  133. “Aesthetic Aspects of Language: Indian Philosophers Perspective”in Summer School Program on Kalayoga-The Heart of Indian Art- The Philosophy and Practice of Indian Art organized by Chinmaya International Foundationat Chinmaya International Foundation, Veliyanad on 2nd July 2016.
  134. “Raising the Edifice of Philosophy on Linguistic Foundations: The Mimamasa Model” in the Special Lecture Organized by the Department of Philosophy, Punjab University, Chandigrah held at 16th August 2016.
  135. “Indian Ethos and Heritage: A Cultural Critique” in the Chennia Philosophical Forum Organized by the Sri Vishnu Mohan Foundation, New Giri Road, Chennai held on 24th September 2016.
  136. “Ayurveda’s Notion of Body in its Lived Status: A Phenomenological Study” in the 26th Swadeshi ScienceCongress Organized by Swadeshi Science Movement, Kerala held at Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute, Kochi held on 7th – 9th Nov. 2016.
  137. “The folk theatre Art form- Mudiyettu : A Feminist Intervention” at the Intagible Heritage Festival 2016 organized by National Museum of Natural History at Amaravaty, Andhra Pradesh from 15th – 17th November 2016.
  138. “Eschewing Obsessions with Methodology in Theology: A Vision form Postmodern Theology” in the 4thAnnual
  139. International Conference – PYTT2016 held at Singapore held on 28th – 29th Nov. 2016.
  140. “ ReinventingSankara for a crisis ridden world of Idealism” in the 10 Day Workshop on Vivekacoodamanisponsoredby ICPR organized by Madras Sanskrit College, Mylapore on 5th- 15th December 2016.
  141. “Scope of Feminist Discourses in a Multi Religious Community” in the International RVP Conference on Relearning to be Human for Global Times held at Sri Vishnumohan Foundation, Chennai with the theme Religious Pluralism: An Hermeneutic Understanding for the 21st Century organized jointly by Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, Washington DC and Chennai Philosophy Forum on 22nd – 23rd Dec. 2016.
  142. “Weak sense of knowing in Goldman’s Veritistic Social epistemology” in the two Day ICPR National Seminar on Contemporary Epistemological Issues: with Special reference to Alvin I. Goldman’s Contributions held on ICPR Academic Centre, Lucknow on 18th and 19th Jan. 2017.
  143. “Contextualizing Indian Philosophy for Contemporary Times” in the Asian Philosophy Conference – 2017 Organized by the Sanchi University of Budhist Indic Studies, Barla, MadhyaPradesh held at Sanchi University held on 11th February 2017.
  144. “Re – Inventing Dharma for Postmodern Living” in the National Seminar on Social Philosophy in Indian Context: Past and Future Organized by the Department of Philosophy, SavitribaiPHule Pune University held at Department of Philosophy, SavitribaiPhule University, Pune held on 24th – 25th February 2017.
  145. “Classification of Philosophical Literature: An Overview” in the AntharashtraPusthakotsavamorganized by the 21st Kochi International Book Festival 2017, Ernakulathappan Grounds, Ernakulam held on 1st – 10th December 2017.
  146. “The Need and Relevance of Philosophy Books” in the National Seminar Organized by the 21st Kochi International Book Festival 2017, Ernakulathappan Grounds, Ernakulam held on 1st – 10th December 2017.
  147. “Identity Politics in Multicultural Community: A Philosophical Exploration” in the One Day National Seminar on Multiculturalism organized by Sri Vishnu Mohan Foundation along with Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Indian Cultural Centre, Kuala Lumpur held on 16th December 2017.
  148. “Vyasatirtha’s Dialectical Exegesis in Dvavita System” in the Two Day ICPR National Seminar on Exploring the Spiritual legacy of Karnataka, organized by Jain University, Bangaluru in Association with Santigiri Institute of Culture and Human Development held on 24th– 25th January 2017.
  149. “Women and Sanyasa in the Modern Context” in the Symposium organized jointly by Chennai Philosophy Forum and Sri Vishnumohan Foundation onSadguru and Sanyasa on 27th May 2017 at Sri Vishnumohan Foundation, Chennai.
  150. “Ancient Indian Scientific Mehtod and its Counterparts” in the Indian Philosophical Congress 91st Session organized by Indian Philosophical Congress held on Febraury 11th -14th to 2017.
  151. “Upanisadic Wisdom transformed Is Religious movement: With special reference Is Haridasa Movement inspired by Dvaita Tradition” organized by Department of Vedanta, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady on 22nd to 24th March 2017.
  152. “SanskritAnd/As Culture” in the Three Day International Seminar on Sanskrit and Cultural Studies: New Perspectives Organized by the Research Forum Sahitya and Departmetn of Sanskrit Sahitya held at SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady held on 5th – 7th June 2017.
  153. Advaita Lineage o Kerala and its Extension in the thoughts of Sri Narayanaguru in the Two-Day National Seminar on “Lineage of Advaita School in Kerala: The Text and Tradition” Organized by BrahmaswamMadham Vedic Research Centre, VadakkeMadhamBrahmaswam, Thrissur in Collaboration with Indian Council of Philosophical Research, New Delhi, held on 27th&28th , June 2017.
  154. “Dharma: Discerning the Ontological and Ethical Shades of it” in the Global Spiritual Conclave Organized by the Santhigiri Research Foundation in Association with ICPR, ICHR, Indian Council for Cultural Relations and Sanchi University held at Spiritual Zone Shanthigir Ashram, Trivandrum held on 22nd to 27th August 2017.
  155. “In search of Gurumarga: Navajyothi Sri Karunakaraguru’sRevison on Sanatanadharma” in the in the Global Spiritual Conclave Organized by the Santhigiri Research Foundation in Association with ICPR, ICHR, Indian Council for Cultural Relations and Sanchi University held at Spiritual Zone Shanthigir Ashram, Trivandrum held on 22nd to 27th August 2017.
  156. “The Problem of Enworlded Subjectivity in Sankara’sDesdrsyaviveka” in the Three Day National Seminar on Retrieivng the Ideals of Advaitavedanta in Contemporary Era as part of Sankarajayanthi Celebration – 2017 Organized by the SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady held at SSUS, Kalady, held on 26th – 28th September 2017.
  157. “Unto Perfection: The Concept of Jivanmukta in Sidhi Literature”in the National Seminar on Onto Perfection organized by the ICPR , New Delhi and Samvad held at UdasinaKasrshni Ashram, Raman Reti, Gokul, Mathura held on 11th – 12th November 2017.
  158. “Methods of Teaching Indian Philosophy with Reference to Philosophy of Science” in the One day Regional Workshop on Teaching Methods in Philosophy held at the Sri Vishnu Mohan Foundation, Chennai, held on 25th Nov-2017.
  159. “ A Philosophical Exploration of Identity Politics in Multicultural communities: The Indian Scenario” in the One Day International Conference on Multiculturalism: Perspectives of India and Malaysia, organized by Netaji Subhashchandrabose Center for Cultural Studies, Malaysia and Sri Vishnumohan foundation, Chennai on 16th December 2017 in Kolalumpore.
  160. “The Philosophical Knot that Ties the Asian Countries” in the Asian Philosophy Conference Organized by the Asian Philosophy Conference 2018 held at Holistic Science Research Center, VVCRF, Surat (Gujrat) held on 3rd – 4th January 2018.
  161. “Epistemic Falliblism in Indian Knowledge Analysis” in the Indian Philosophical Congress 92nd session Organized by the Indian Philosophical Congress held at Holistic Science Research Centre, VVCRF, Surat, Gujrat held on 5th – 7th January 2018.
  162. “The Significance of Philosophy as a discipline in Higher Education” in the Periodical Lecture Orgainzed by the Departmentof Religion, Philosophy and Sociology, The Americal College, Madurai and ICPR, New Delhi held on 6th February 2018.
  163. “Exploring the Nonlocal nature of consciousness in Sri Aurobindo’s Philosophy” in the 93rd Session of Indian Philosophical Congress held at Holistic Research Centre, Surat from 5th – 7thJanuary 2018.
  164. “An Inquiry into Indian Scientific Method” in the Three Hours Special Lecture on the Topic Organized by the Department of Philosophy, University of Madras held at 30th January 2018.
  165. “ Towards Sustainable Peace: Indian Model” in the 3rd International Conference on Peace and Reconciliation jointly organized by Indian Council of Philosophical Research and Sri Vishnumohan foundation, Chennai from 27th – 29th January 2018.
  166. “Philosophical Underpinnings of Feminism” in the Symposium on Philosophical Foundations of Feminism organized by the Department of Women Studies, University of Madras and Chennai Philosophical Forum held on 30th January 2018.
  167. “Theory of Causation in Western Philosophical Tradition” in the Three Day International Nalanda Dialogue on Perception organised by the Department of Philosophy, at Nava Nalanda Mahavihara from 22nd to 24th February, 2018.
  168. “Rethinking Human Wellbeing: Eco – feminism, Deep Ecology and Sustainable Development” in the Special Lecture Programme Organized by the Maharaja’s College, Ernakulam held on 26th February 2018.
  169. “ Metamorphism of Rituals into Philosophy: Translating the Prescriptive to Performative’ in the Two Day International Conference on Saivism through the Ages organized by the Dept. of Saiva Siddhanta, University of Madras during 4th to 6th March 2018.
  170. “The Task of Expressing the ineffable: Sankara’s Tryst with Language” in the National Seminar onPhilosophy of Love in Sufism and Bhakti as Reflected in Literature, organized by Dept. of Malayalam, Malabar Christian College, Calicut, in association with Malabar Institute of Research and Development, Sponsored by ICPR, New Delhi, during 8th to 10th March 2018.
  171. “Reviving Indic Studies: Prospects and Challenges” in the Special Lecture Program Organized by the ChinmayaVishwavidyapeeth, AdiSankaraNilayam, Veliyanad held on 16th March 2018.
  172. “Knowledge Attributions in terms of Causal Explanations: An Alternative to Attributive Contextualism”in the Two Days National Seminar on Contextualism in Contemporary Epistemology Organized by the Indian Council of Philosophical Research held on ICPR Academic Centre, Luknow held on 26th – 27th March 2018.
  173. “Towards Sustainable Peace: The Indian Model for Sustainable Education” in the Teacher’s Conference on Education for Sustainable Developmentheld in SaraswathiVidyaNiketan Public School , Kochi, Kerala, India on 16th and 17th May 2018.
  174. “Rewriting Indian Knowledge Analysis Befitting Contemporary Times” in three day National Workshop on Rewriting Indian Philosophy in Contemporary Times, organized by Sanchi University in Collaboration with ICPR, New Delhi, on 11th to 13th, August 2018.
  175. “Indian Philosophy and Culture: Weaving the Strands Together for a Common Value Matrix”in the 24th World Congress Philosophy – Learning to be Human organized by the Department of Philosophy, Peking University held at China National Convention Center held on August 13th – 20th 2018.
  176. “Delineating Gender Roles in Indian Philosophical /Cultural Space: Some Reflections of Contemporary Indian philosopher Burdened with Modernity” in the National Seminar on Gender Sensitization(Women, Gender, Patriarchy: Exploring the Margins) organized by Indian Council of Philosophical Research held at University of Delhi held on October 15th – 17th 2018.
  177. “Inquiry Subjectivity for Self – Transformation: Sankara on the Transition fromEnworlded Subjectivity to Transcendental Subjectivity”in the Three Day National Conference on Cultivating Unity Consciousness for Self Transformationorganized by the Indian Society for Indic Studies, Managed by DrPSECT and Faculty of Social Work and Oriental Institute of the M.S. University of Baroda, Vadodara held at the M S University of Baroda, Vadodara held on October 25th -28th 2018.
  178. “Unravelling the Philosophical Matrix of Kerala Trantric Tradition” in the International Conference on Historical, sociological , Philosophical and Spiritual Significance of Saktatantra with special reference to Srividya Tradition, organized by Sanchi University of Buddhist – Indic Studies, Barla, Madhya Pradesh, India from 17th – 19th December 2018.
  179. “The Concept of Mukti in Tattvamuktakalapa of Vededantadesikar” in the Two Day ICPR National Seminar on Shri Venkatanatha: A Worthy Disciple of a Worthy Preceptor, sponsored by Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India at Osmania University, Hyderabad from 22nd 23rd December 2018.
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