Friday, December 3, 2010

Prof. Y.V.SATYANARAYANA

CURRICULUM VITAE

Name & Address

:

Prof. Y.V.SATYANARAYANA

Professor, Department of Philosophy,

Andhra University, Visakhapatnam – 530 003

Andhra Pradesh, India.

E-Mail

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satyanarayana48@gmail.com

Residence

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8-45-16, Vidhya Nagar, Chinna Waltair Colony,

Visakhapatnam – 530 003, A.P., India.

Phone

:

Res: 0891-2509309, 2573826

Mobile: 09393111149

Date of Birth

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22-09-1948

Educational Qualifications

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M.A. Philosophy, Andhra University – 1974

First Class and First Rank

Ph.D. in Philosophy, Andhra University – 1981

“Marx and Gandhi: A Comparative Study of Social Philosophies”.

Teaching Experience

:

Teaching Post Graduate Classes in Philosophy since 1979.

Field of Specialization

:

Social and Political Philosophy, Ethics and Applied Ethics, Gandhian Philosophy, Dialectical Materialism.

Positions Held

:

Head of the Department of Philosophy, Andhra University – 1998-2001.

Chairman, Philosophy Faculty, Andhra University – 2008.

Chairman – Philosophy Section, Indian Social Science Congress, I.I.T. Kharagpur, 2003.

Joint Secretary, Indian Philosophical Congress, New Delhi – 2001-2006

Governing Body Member, Indian Council of Philosophical Research, New Delhi, 2006-2009 and 2009-2012.

Member, Board of Governors, Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan, New Delhi – 2006-2009.

Member, Board of Directors, International Society for Universal Dialogue, New York – 2010-2012.

Research Experience

:

U.G.C. Research fellow – 1975-1980

U.G.C. Career Awardee – 1988-1991

UGC Major Research Project – 2009–2011

“Social Issues and Moral Controversies: An Analytical Study in Applied Ethics”.

Research Supervision

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Awarded Two Ph.D. and Three M.Phil Degrees

1.

Ph.D. on “Ethics and Soteriology in Early Buddhism”.

2.

Ph.D on “The Morality of Abortion and Euthanasia: An Analytical Study in Applied Ethics”.

3.

M.Phil. on “The concept of Freedom in Marxism”.

4.

M.Phil. on “The concept of Dharma in Ancient Indian Political Thought”.

5.

M.Phil. on “Yoga in the context of modern life: A General Appraisal”.

6.

M.Phil on “Hindu Ethics”

Research Supervisor for ongoing Ph.D./M.Phil+- Topics

:

1.

2.

“The Ethical Ideas of Mahabharata”

“Ethical Challenges involved in the Treatment and Control of HIV/AIDS: An Analytical Study in Medical Ethics”.

3.

“The Social and Political Philosophy of Jawaharlal Nehru”

Prizes and Awards Won

:

1.

Dr. S.Radhakrishnan Philosophy Prize – 1974

2.

Raja Ram Mohan Roy Birth Bi-centenary Prize of A.P.Brahma Samaj. – 1974

3.

G.S.R.Krishnayya Philosophy Prize. – 1974

4.

Dutta Memorial Prize –1978

Organisation of National Conferences and Seminars

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1.

2.

Local Secretary, 56th Indian Philosophical Congress-1984

Co-Convener for the UGC Colloquium on “Philosophy and Peace” – 1984.

3.

Director, UGC Seminar on “Indian Contribution to World Peace” – 1989.

4.

Director, National Seminar on “Contribution of Religion to National Integration” – 2001.

5.

Director, ICPR National Seminar on “A Philosophical Approach to Applied Ethics” – 2006.

6.

Director, ICPR National Seminar on “Teaching and Applying Philosophy: Contemporary Challenges” – 2006.

7.

Director, ICPR National Seminar on “The Need for Environmental Ethics” – 2008

Membership in Academic Bodies

:

1.

2.

Life Member, Indian Philosophical Congress

Life Member, Indian Society of Gandhian Studies

3.

Life member Indian Academy of Social Sciences.

4.

Member, Board of Studies in Philosophy, Osmania University, Hyderabad – 2003-2005.

5.

Member, Board of Studies in Philosophy, Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur – 2005-2009.

6.

Member, Board of Studies in Philosophy, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh – 2007-2009.

Lectures Delivered

:

1.

Swamikkanu Pillai Endowment Lecture – 2003-2004, University of Madras, Chennai – 2004.

2.

Delivered three lectures, ICPR Refresher Course for College Teachers in Philosophy, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar – 2007.

3.

Delivered two lectures, UGC refresher course in Applied Ethics, Jadavapur University, Kolkata, 2009.

Publication of Books

:

1.

Marx and Gandhi: A comparative study of Social Philosophies – 1988.

2.

Ethics: Theory and Practice, Pearson Education, New Delhi - 2009

Publication of Articles

:

1.

“Sir Ramanuja’s Concept of God” Dilip Bi-monthly Journal, Colour Publications, Bombay, July/Aug. 1974.

2.

“The Concept of Freedom in Marxism”. Indian Philosophical Quarterly, Pune, Oct. 1978.

3.

“Gandhi’s Theory of Trusteeship: A Critical Study”, Philosophy and Social Action, New Delhi, April 1980.

4.

The abridged version of the same article published in the Indian Philosophical Quarterly, Pune – April 1980.

5.

“Marx and Gandhi: A Comparative Study of the Concept of Freedom. Research Bulletin (Arts), Punjab University, Chandigarh, April – October 1980.

6.

“Gandhi’s Concept of Man”. Journal of Gandhian Studies, Allahabad, January 1984.

7.

“Radhakrishnan’s Approach to World Peace”, in “Buddhism and Peace”, (ed), (Waltair, Andhra University, 1991).

8.

“Gandhi’s Concept of Man, Satyagraha and Social Change”, Gandhi Prasag, Allahabad, Jan. 2003.

9.

“Theory of Morality – A Marxist perspective”, Problems and perspectives of Social Philosophy, Vol.3, 2003, Tirupathi, A.P.

10.

“Gandhi’s Vision and Technique of conflict Resolution”, Gandhi Marg, Journal of the Gandhi Peace Foundation, New Delhi, October-December, 2003.

11.

“Marx and Gandhi’s vision of Ideal Society” Bharatiya Samajik Chintan, Journal of Indian Academy of Social Sciences, Kolkata, January 2004.

12.

“Women, Religion and Politics in India”, in “Understanding Philosophy: Eastern and Western perspectives”, (ed) (New Delhi, Sandeep Prakashan, 2005).

13.

“Environmental Ethics” in “Relevance of Philosophy in 21st Century” (ed), (Ambala, Associated Publishers, 2006).

14.

“Civil Disobedience and Moral Justification”, Indian Journal of Analytic Philosophy, Vol.1, No.1., Bhubaneswar, April – September, 2007.

15.

“Disproportionate Representation of Women in Indian Politics” in “Female Deficit in India” (ed) G.Ramachandrudu (Ambala Contt., The Associated Publishers, 2007).

16.

“Capital Punishment and Moral Justification”, Indian Journal of Analytic Philosophy, Vol.1, No.1., Bhubaneswar, April – September, 2007.

17.

“Marx and Gandhi’s vision of Future Society” in “Some Reflections on Gandhian Thought” (ed), (Visakhapatnam, New Gandhian Study Centre, Andhra University, 2008).

Articles accepted for Publication

:

1.

“Preferential Treatment and Moral Justification”, Indian Philosophical Quarterly, University of Pune, Pune.

2.

“The Need for Environmental Ethics: A philosophical Approach”, A book to be published in honour of Professor B.Kar, Bhubaneswar.

3.

“Nehru’s Contribution to Secularism and Scientific Attitude: A Critical Study” in “Issues in Applied Ethics”, Bihar Philosophical Research Journal, Patna – 2008.

Participation and presentation of Papers in International and National Seminars/Conferences

:

1.

“Gandhi’s Concept of Freedom”, 52nd Session of Indian Philosophical Congress, Gauhati, November 1977.

2.

“Marxian Dialectics”, All Indian UGC Seminar for Research Scholars in Philosophy, Rajasthan University, Jaipur, February/ March 1978.

3.

“Karl Marx’s Vision of Future Society”, 53rd Session of Indian Philosophical Congress, Patiala, October 1978.

4.

“Gandhian Approach to Industrial Relations”, IV Annual Conference of Indian Society of Gandhian Studies, Madras, January 1979.

5.

“Gandhian’s Theory of Trusteeship: A Critical Study”, All India UGC Seminar for Research Scholars in Philosophy, University of Pune, April 1979.

6.

“Marx and Gandhi: A Comparative Study of the Concept of Freedom”, 54th Session of Indian Philosophical Congress, Madras, Dec. 1979.

7.

“The Concept of Body in Indian Philosophy”, UGC Seminar, Calcutta University, Calcutta, March 1981.

8.

“Marxian Theory of Social Change”, 56th Session of Indian Philosophical Congress, Bhubaneswar, December 1981.

9.

“Idealistic Vs. Materialistic World View”, UGC Seminar, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, March 1982.

10.

“Marxian Theory of Morality”, 57th Session of Indian Philosophical Congress, Chandigarh, December 1982.

11.

“Hegel and Marx’s Theory of Dialectics” UGC Seminar, S.V.University, Tirupathi, Dec. 1983.

12.

“Karl Marx – The Concept of Necessity of Social Change” UGC Seminar, Sree Gopal Banarjee College, West Bengal, January 1984.

13.

“Marxist Theory of Knowledge”, ICPR Seminar, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, 1984

14.

“The Philosophy of Peace: A Dialectical Approach”, International Seminar Organized by ICPR, New Delhi, 1986.

15.

“Radhakrishnan’s Approach to World Peace” UGC Seminar organized by Andhra University, Waltair, 1988.

16.

The Symposium on “Secularism and Scientific Temper”, 64th Session of IPC, Gujarat University, Ahmedabad, October 1989.

17.

“Jawaharlal Nehru’s Contribution to World Peace”, UGC Seminar organized by Andhra University, Waltair, 1989.

18.

Participated in 65th & 67th Session of Indian Philosophical Congress held at Madhurai Kamaraj University, Madhurai and Kerala University, Trivendram, in 1990 and 1992.

19.

“Philosophy and Social Action”, Indian Philosophical Congress, organized by H.N. Bahuguna University, Srinagar, October 1993.

20.

“Satyagraha and Social Change”, World Philosophers Meet, organized by MIT, Pune, – 1996.

21.

“Philosophy and Peace”, World Philosophy Conference, organized by J.N.U. New Delhi – 2000.

22.

“Theory of Morality: Marxist Perspective”, 76th Session of Indian Philosophical Congress organized by Gurukul Kangri University, Haridwar, October 2001.

23.

“Gandhi’s Concept of Man, Satyagraha and Social Change”, National Seminar on Mahatma Gandhi and Satyagraha, organized by center for Gandhian studies, Annamalai University, January 23-25, 2002.

24.

“Marxist-Approach to the problems of Ethics”, I.C.P.R.National Seminar on “Ethics of Rights” organized by Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, February 11-13, 2002.

25.

“Gender Difference and Participation of Women in Political Process”, I.C.P.R.National Seminar on women organized by Bihar University, Muzaffarpur, 17-20 March 2002.

26.

“Women, Religion and Politics”, National Seminar Organized by center for Religious Studies, Andhra University, Waltair, 20-22 March 2002.

27.

“Gandhi’s Concept of Man, Satyagraha and Social Change”, National Seminar organized by Centre for Gandhian Studies, Annamalai University, Annamalai, January 2003.

28.

“Indian Philosophy, Science and Culture”, International Conference on organized by I.C.P.R., New Delhi, March 29 to April 1, 2003.

29.

“Gender Inequality and Man – Women Relation”, 78th Session of Indian Philosophical Congress organized by B.R.Ambedkar, Bihar University, Muzaffarpur, October, 2003.

30.

“Indian Politics and Empowerment of Women”, 79th session of Indian Philosophical congress organized by Madhura College, Madhurai, December, 2004.

31.

“The Need for Environmental Ethics”, 80th Session of Indian Philosophical Congress organized by North Bengal University, Darjeeling, 24-27 October 2005.

32.

“Justification of Civil Disobedience in a Democratic State”, Interim world Philosophy Congress organized by Delhi University, Delhi, 15-20 December, 2006.

33.

“Is Preferential Discrimination Morally Justifiable?”, I.C.P.R.National Seminar, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, 7-9 Feb. 2007.

34.

“Karl Marx’s Theory of Social Change”, I.C.P.R.National Seminar, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, 18-20 Feb., 2007.

35.

“Empowerment of Woman in Political Sphere”, Delivered key-note address in a National Seminar organized by Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur; 26-28 Feb., 2007.

36.

“Gender Discimination and Disproportionate Representation of Woman in Indian Politics”, National Seminar organized by Swami Vivekananda College, Jagatsinghpur, Orissa, 17-18 March, 2007.

37.

“Jawaharlal Nehru’s Contribution to Secularism”, delivered key-note address in a National Seminar organized by Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur, 3-5 April, 2007.

38.

“Civil Disobedience and Moral Justification”, International Conference on Social Philosophy organized by Karnataka University, Dharwad, 10-12 June, 2007.

39.

“Business and Social Responsibility”, delivered Key-note address in I.C.P.R. national Seminar organized by Salipur College, Salipur,, Orissa. 27-28 July, 2007.

40.

“The Critique of Dharma with Reference to Epics” delivered Key-note address in I.C.P.R. National Seminar organized by D.D.U.Gorkhpur University, Gorakhpur, 5-7 January, 2008.

41.

“Morality and Social Justice”, delivered Key-note address in I.C.R.P. national Seminar organized by B.S.College, Danapur, Patna, January, 2008.

42.

“Curriculum Development in Applied Philosophy”, participated in a National Workshop at IIT Kharagpur, July 14-16, 2008.

43.

“Morality and Political Obligation”, the XXII Session of world congress of philosophy held at Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea from July 30 to August 5, 2008.

44.

Delivered key-note address in I.C.P.R.National Seminar on “The Justification of Capital Punishment”, D.A.V.College, Kanpur, 16-18 November, 2008.

45.

Delivered key-note address in I.C.P.R. National Seminar on “Freedom, Determinism and Moral Responsibility”, D.D.U. Gorkhpur University, Gorakhpur, 28-30 November, 2008.

46.

Delivered key-note address in I.C.P.R. National Seminar on “The Social Philosophy of Swamy Vivekananda”, Ramkrishna Mahavidyala, Kailashahar, Tripura, 28-29 January 2009.

47.

Delivered key-note address in I.C.P.R. National Seminar on “A Plausible Approach to Man–Nature Relation”, HNB Garhwal University, Srinagar, Uttarakhand, 12-14 February, 2009.

48.

Participated in 84th session of the Indian Philosophical Congress and presented a paper on “The Critique of Dharma in Epics” held at Mumbai, October 24-27, 2009.

49.

Presented a paper on “Crisis of Civilization with Reference to Hind Swaraj” U.G.C. National Seminar, organized by the Department of Philosophy, University of Allahabad, Allahabad, December 12-13, 2009.

50.

Delivered a special lecture on “Gandhi’s Concept of Non-Violence and Peace”, on the eve of Gandhi’s Vardanti, organized by the Centre for Gandhian Studies, Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur, January 30, 2010.

51.

Delivered Key-note address on “The Need for Freedom, Justice and Equal Rights to Women at par with Men”, I.C.P.R. National Seminar held at Karimganj College, Karimganj, Assam, February 13-14, 2010.

52.

Presented a paper on “Gandhi’s Concept of Sarvadharma-samabhava” to the I.C.P.R.National Seminar, held at the Department of Philosophy, Karnataka University, Dharwad, February 22-23, 2010.

53.

Presented a paper on “The Doctrine of Purushardas: A Critical Study” to the Asian Philosophy Congress, held at J.N.U., New Delhi, March 6-9, 2010.

54.

Presented a paper on “The Critique of Indian Secularism” at the I.C.P.R. National Seminar held at Department of Philosophy, University of Madras, Chennai, March 18-19, 2010.

55.

Presented a paper on “Gandhi’s Contribution to Non-Violence and Global Peace” at VIII session of the Congress International Society for Universal Dialogue held at Beijing, China, July 2-6, 2010.


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