Marie-Helene Gorisse


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Jaina, South Asian or global philosophy, philosophy of religion, or epistemology


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Marie-Hélène Gorisse is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Birmingham in The Global Philosophy of Religion Project. She received her Ph.D. in Philosophy of logic, epistemology and philosophy of science at the University of Lille in 2011, and was a Guest Professor at Ghent university (2021), a Senior Teaching Fellow at SOAS, London (2016-7; 19-20), and a Postdoctoral Researcher at Leiden (2016) and Ghent (2012-15; 2018-21). Her research focuses on Jainism and on the way Jain epistemology developed in dialogue with other South Asian philosophico-religious traditions. She also works on the contemporary relevance of Jainism as a contributor to global philosophy and global philosophy of religion.


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