Nicholas Kazanas

Nicholas Kazanas, né en est un indianiste grec.

Nicholas Kazanas
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Il a étudié à l'École d'études orientales et africaines à Londres (SOAS), et a obtenu un diplôme d'études supérieures à SOAS et au Collège Deccan à Pune. Il a enseigné à Londres et à Athènes. Depuis 1980, il dirige l'Institut culturel Omilos Meleton. Il est au comité de rédaction du Bulletin de la bibliothèque Adyar.[1]

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  • Economic principles in the Vedic tradition, 2010
  • Indo-Aryan origins and other Vedic issues, 2009
  • Vedic and Mesopotamian interactions, 2007
  • Vedic Vāc and Greek logos as creative power: a critical study, 2009
  • "Indo-European Deities and the Rigveda," Journal of Indo-European Studies, vol. 29 (2001), p. 257.
  • "Indigenous Indo-Aryans and the Rigveda," Journal of Indo-European Studies, vol. 30 (2002), p. 275.
  • "Final Reply," Journal of Indo-European Studies, vol 31 (2003), p. 187.
  • "Rgveda 7.95.2 and Karen Thomson," Journal of Indo-European Studies, vol. 38 (2010), p. 409.
  • N. Kazanas, A new date for the Rgveda Philosophy and Chronology, (2000) ed. G C Pande & D Krishna, special issue of Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research (June, 2001)
  • Advaita & Gnosticism, VVRI Research Bulletin (Hoshiarpur), vol, 2 (43-112), 2003.
  • 1999 ‘The Rigveda and IndoEuropeans’ Annals Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, vol, 80 (pp 15–42).
  • 2001b ‘Archaic Greece and the Veda’ in ABORI, vol. 82, in press.
  • 2004 ‘Plato and the Upaniṣads’ in Brahmavidyā: Adyar Library Bulletin.
  • 2005 ‘Philosophy and Self-realization in the Ṛgveda’ Self Society and Science... ed D.P. Chattopadhyaya, PHISPC vol. XI, pt2 (21-42), N. Delhi, Centre for Studies in Civilization.
  • Anatolian bull and Vedic horse in the Indo-European diffusion. 2005. Adyar Library Bulletin (2003)
  • Coherence and preservation in Sanskrit VVRI 2006
  • Diffusion of Indo-European Theonyms: what they show us. 2005. Quarterly Journal of the Mythic Society (Bangalore), vol. 97, no. 1 (Jan-March 2006).
  • Vedic and Mesopotamian cross-influences. 2004 (Published in Migration & Diffusion (Vienna) 2005 and by the Adyar Library Bulletin (2006: Olcott commemorative issue). This was also incorporated in the study Vedic, Mesopotamian and Egyptian Religiophilosophical Thought (in print by PHISPC in the volume Chain of Golden Civilizations)
  • Advaita & Gnosticism. Published in VVRI Research Bulletin (Hoshiarpur), vol. 2 (43-112), 2003.
  • 'Greek Philosophy up to Aristotle' November 2003. PHISPC
  • Vedic and Egyptian Affinities.(2002, 2006 in Puratattva. Also incorporated in the study Vedic, Mesopotamian and Egyptian Religiophilosophical Thought (in print by PHISPC in the volume Chain of Golden Civilizations))
  • 'Education & Ethics (presented at the New Delhi Conference organized by UNESCO and the Indian Ministry of Civilization on 'Dialogue among Civilizations: Quest for New Perspectives' 9–10 July 2003.)

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  1. (en-GB) « Homepage », sur Omilos Meleton Cultural Institute (consulté le 24 juin 2019)

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