The Real of the Virus

Michael KC Thanga[1] Abstract: This article explores how the need for the philosophical understanding of the current situation due to the Pandemic. Covid-19 as a matter of objective and social fact tends to align along with our existential attitudes, beliefs regarding the seriousness of the Covid-19 pandemic and our Ideological commitments. Decisions about the measures […]


Philosophy in transforming lives

Dr. Kakali Bezbaruah[1] Abstract: Philosophy as a discipline in many institutions of the country has not attained the desired objective of the subject. The interlinkage between Philosophy and Science got disconnected only after renaissance. Earlier the organic connection between the two could lead to a society with knowledge and humanity on one hand and modernity […]

Article Ethics

Redefining Environmental Ethics in Perspective of Non-Anthropocentrism

Kalyani Dash[1] Abstract: Whatever approach we take or from whichever angle we look at it, it is hard to purely look at the environment from what is called the ‘non-anthropocentric’ view. Human beings, directly or indirectly will always become the center of every discussion pertaining environment and nature. As being the rational and intellectually superior […]


Robo(ar)t: On Artificial Intelligence Entering the Art World

Sugandhaa Pandey[1] Abstract: With computer programs producing algorithmic art, the conundrum of capitalisation of art and aesthetics has resurfaced, dressed-up in new clothes. This paper seeks to analyse the ethics of such visual outcomes by drawing upon philosophical discussions regarding autonomy, authenticity, and creativity. I shall attempt to give a holistic perspective on the ethics […]