SOAS University of London

Department of Religions & Philosophies, School of History, Religions & Philosophies

Dr Marie-Helene Gorisse

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Marie-Helene Gorisse
Department of Religions and Philosophies, School of History, Religions and Philosophies

Senior Teaching Fellow

Dr Marie-Helene Gorisse
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Marie-Hélène Gorisse studied Western philosophy and Sanskrit at the University of Lille. She obtained a PhD degree in 2011 for her dissertation on Jain theory of contextual reasoning in the work of Prabhācandra (11th c.), including a partial translation of his Prameyakamalamārtaṇḍa. Before joining SOAS, she worked as a research fellow at the University of Ghent, on Jain theories of inference in the tradition of Akalaṅka; and at the at the International Institute for Asian Studies (Leiden) on Jain polemical literature.




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Gorisse, Marie-Helene (2015) 'The taste of the mango. A Jaina-Buddhist controversy on evidence'. International Journal of Jaina Studies, (11) 3, pp 1-19.

Gorisse, Marie-Helene and Clerbout, Nicolas and Rahman, Shahid (2010) 'Context-sensitivity in Jain strategical dialogues. A dialogical study of Siddharsigani's commentary on the Handbook of Logic'. Journal of Philosophical Logic, (40) 5, pp 633-662.

Gorisse, Marie-Helene (2009) 'The art of non-asserting. Dialogue with Nagarjuna'. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence. FoLLLi series, (5378), pp 257-268.

Book Chapters

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Gorisse, Marie-Helene (2016) 'Logic in the tradition of Prabhacandra'. The Oxford Handbook of Indian Philosophy. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp 1-26.


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