Ram Murty - Philosophy papers


  1. Vivekananda and the art of memory, Prabuddha Bharata, 100 (1995), 837-844.

  2. Lessons of history, Prabuddha Bharata 107 (2002), 215-220.

  3. Book: Indian Philosophy: An introduction, Broadview Press, 2012.

  4. Is science a religion, The Philosopher's Cafe, 2 (2009), 10-15.

  5. The meeting of Sri Ramakrishna and Swami Vivekananda, Vedanta Kesari, 98 (2011), pp. 310-313, 349-351, 391-395.

  6. Buddha, Shankara and Vivekananda, Vivekananda Review, 1 (2013), December issue, 7-12.

  7. Reason and religion, Vivekananda Review, 1 (2013), February issue, 8-10.

  8. Hinduism and Vedanta, Vivekanada Review, 1 (2013), April issue, 7-11.

  9. What is civilization? Vivekananda Review, 2 (2014), February issue, 8-13.

  10. The Gnostic Gospels and Vedanta, Vivekananda Review, 2 (2014), June issue, 35-41.

  11. The Gita and Sen's Idea of Justice, Vivekananda Review, 2 (2014), December issue, 82-88.

  12. Mahatma Gandhi's commentary on the Gita, Vivekananda Review, 3 (2015), February issue, 3-7.

  13. Review of "Indian Philosophy in English: From Renaissance to Independence", Essays in Philosophy, 15 (2014), 184-191.

Philosophy talks

  1. Vivekananda and the art of memory, June 26, 1994, Vedanta Society of Toronto.

  2. Lessons of history, February 1999, Ramakrishna Vedanta Society, Boston.

  3. Mental disciplines, February 27, 2000, Vedanta Societies of Boston and Providence.

  4. The meaning of Raman, April 9, 2000, Vedanta Societies of Boston and Providence.

  5. The religion of science, Fall 2000, Vedanta Society of Boston.

  6. The wit and wisdom of Vivekananda, January 12, 2003, Vedanta Society of Toronto.

  7. The meaning of yoga, February 26, 2014, Philosophy Colloquium, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario.

  8. The poetry of spiritual life, April 25, 2004, Vedanta Societies of Boston and Providence.

  9. The supreme secret,March 20, 2005, Vedanta Societies of Boston and Providence.

  10. The world within the mind,, May 29, 2005, Vedanta Societies of Boston and Providence.

  11. How the mind works, February 5, 2006, Vedanta Societies of Boston and Providence.