A journal featuring recent research of scholars associated with the
Bhaktivedanta Institute for Higher Studies
A multivolume journal featuring recent research of scholars associated with the Bhaktivedanta Institute for Higher Studies.
There are a number of profound aspirational objectives identified with an ancient term like pūrva-pakṣa, an intellectual exercise reminiscent of dialectical hermeneutics. The aim of this journal is to feature recent research of scholars who wish to examine the ideas and practices identified with the traditions of the Indian subcontinent, while considering their relevance in a contemporary context. The objective is to invite a modern pūrva-pakṣa involving participants confident in personal convictions, enthused to analyze from different perspectives, and open to the test of critical examination in a manner that stimulates productive scholarly discourse.