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  • Dr. Patrick Mc Allister

Born in 1979, Patrick Mc Allister received an M.A. in Philosophy from the Univ. of Vienna in 2005, and a PhD from the Institute for South Asian, Tibetan and Buddhist Studies, Univ. of Vienna, in 2011 (supervised by Helmut Krasser).

His primary research interest is the development of Buddhist epistemological theories developed during the 9th to 11th centuries (primarily in the works of Prajñākaragupta, Jñānaśrīmitra, and Ratnakīrti).

He is also engaged in projects of the digital humanities, in particular EAST, a tool to collect bibliographical and prosopographical information on South Asian and Tibetan texts and their authors, and SARIT, a library of electronic Indic texts.

Publications

  • Patrick McAllister, Cristina Scherrer-Schaub, Helmut Krasser, eds. "Cultural Flows across the Western Himalaya", OEAW, 2014. See http://hw.oeaw.ac.at/7585-8.
  • "Determination (adhyavasāya) in Ratnakīrti's Apohasiddhi", in: Patrick McAllister, Cristina Scherrer-Schaub, Helmut Krasser, eds. "Cultural Flows across the Western Himalaya", OEAW, 2014, pp. 279–303. See http://hw.oeaw.ac.at/0xc1aa500e_0x0031ee29.pdf.
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