Jitendra Nath Mohanty, emeritus professor of philosophy at Temple University, was born in 1928 in Orissa, India. Professor Mohanty had a distinguished career, making major contributions to philosophy without borders in the areas of logic, epistemology, and phenomenology, by drawing upon classical Indian traditions as well as modern anglophone and German philosophy, especially the study of Husserl. He was the founding editor of Husserl Studies. Professor Mohanty was past President of the Society for Asian and Comparative philosophy, past President of the Indian Philosophical Congress, and a Gold Medalist of the Asiatic Society. He was a Life Member of the Indian Academy of Philosophy. He also received the Humboldt Prize from the German government in honor of his scholarly work. Learn more about his writings by visiting the Works by Jitendra Nath Mohanty webpage