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Description in Philosophy

Husserl and Wittgenstein broke off from the traditional attitude towards philosophy; they presented no ideologies, systems or theories but aspired to describe what one sees. In the present book, Dr. Krishna Jain discusses the manner in which they pursued the concept of desciptive philosophy in their own philosophical set up and also analyses the hazards which inevitably arise in the way of faithful description and with the idea of faithful description itself.

Gilles Deleuze’s Difference and Repetition

This is the first  critical introduction to Difference and Repetition, Gilles Deleuze's most important work of philosophy and one of the most significant texts of contemporary philosophy. In offering a critical analysis of Deleuze's methods, principles and arguments, the book enables readers to engage with the revolutionary core of Deleuze's philosophy and take up favourable or critical positions with respect to its most innovative and controversial ideas. The book will also help to extend Deleuze's work to philosophers working in the analytic tradition.

Phenomenal Consciousness and Mind-Body Problem

The problem of explanatory gap in the phenomenal consciousness has rises in the Western philosophy mainly because the consciousness itself and its manifestations or reflections are treated separately. Whereas, according to the Vedanta school of India, the phenomenal consciousness is merely manifestations of self-consciousness which is embodied in the human beings. In this approach, the phenomenal consciousness and self-consciousness are one and the same thing because the former depends upon the latter.