Indian Philosophical Quarterly
Indian Philosophical Quarterly (IPQ), Paramarsha (Marathi) and Paramarsha (Hindi) are the three independent quarterly publications of the Department of Philosophy, University of Pune. Launched in 1973, 1979 and 1980 respectively by the late Professor S. S. Barlingay, these journals have provided a forum for expressing philosophical reflections of diverse orientations within the Indian and Western Philosophical Traditions and also provided space for interdisciplinary concerns in the areas like Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Law, Philosophy of Religion, Philosophy of History, Philosophy of Action, and Consciousness Studies.
The IPQ has so far published a massive corpus of
philosophical literature spanning over around twenty
five thousand pages. This corpus is a creation of
the professional philosophers in India and abroad.
IPQ is listed in the International Documentation
Services such as Philosophers Index, U.S.A.
and Reportoire Bibliographique de Philosophie
Belgium. In remembrance of the Past Masters the
journal has published Special Numbers on Rene Descartes
and Immanuel Kant. Similarly, in order to highlight
some of the most fundamental issues in Indian reception
of the West, the journal has published a special
number on the
Paramarsha (Marathi) has completed twenty seven
years of continuous publication. Its issues contain
original research articles and informative documentations
in philosophical and interdisciplinary areas as
well as annotative translations of classical philosophical
writings from English, Sanskrit and other languages.
Paramarsha has published many special numbers on
philosophers like A. J. Ayer, Ludwig Wittgenstein,
Karl Marx, and Jnaneshvara, philosophical
schools like Sankhya, Buddhism, Existentialism