Malcolm Keating

Assistant Professor of Philosophy

Yale-NUS College, Singapore

Courtesy Joint Appointment at National University of Singapore

I think about language, meaning, and knowledge in Indian philosophy and beyond.


My full CV is here.

Academic Research

If you are a scholar needing citeable copies of any of my materials for your research and are unable to afford or access them, please email me.

Teaching

Yale-NUS Students interested in an independent study with me, please send an email describing the topic and including a list of potential readings. Note: I currently do not take on post-docs or graduate students as I am primarily at an undergraduate institution.

Future Courses (Sem 2 AY2021-22)

Current Courses (Sem 1 AY2021-22)

Yale-NUS (2015-present)

Philosophy Electives
Common Curriculum
Independent Studies
  • Introduction to Analytic Philosophy of Language
  • Fiction and Fictionalism
  • Sanskrit Language
  • Vasubandhu's Triṃśikā or Thirty Verses (on Consciousness-Only)

Public
Philosophy

Podcasts: freely available for reuse in the classroom with attribution.
Videos: freely available for reuse in the classroom with attribution.
Articles, Blog Posts, & Interviews

Book Reviews

If you are a scholar needing citeable copies of any of my materials for your research and are unable to afford or access them, please email me.

Work In Progress

  • Reason in an Uncertain World: Nyāya Philosophers on Argumentation and Living Well. Oxford University Press. Under Contract.
  • The epistemology of comparison in Kumārila Bhaṭṭa (book)
  • The epistemology of retracted judgments in Bhāṭṭa Mīmāṃsā (paper)

For information about work in progress, email me.