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About Kedar Joshi

Kedar Joshi (born 31 December 1979, in Bombay) is a precocious philosopher renowned for his hundreds of incisive thoughts and quotations. He has been quoted several times in newspapers such as The Times of India (alongside people like Paramahansa Yogananda and Mahatma Gandhi), in journals such as the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, in books, in scientific magazines, on the websites of famous businesses, on wide-ranging blogs, in quote repositories, on add-ons, etc. He is being quoted since his early twenties, and as such he is probably the only Indian writer, and perhaps one of the few writers in the world ever, to have been so widely and variedly quoted at such a young age. Joshi is also a noted astrologer and a critic of the Maharashtra Andhashraddha Nirmoolan Samiti (MANS)'s campaign against astrology. He has been interviewed by some of the prominent Indian newspapers regarding his opinions on the MANS issue, and he has lectured on astrology at some of the reputed institutions in India. Joshi has collectively named his philosophical works as "Superultramodern Science and Philosophy". Various well-known encyclopedias have articles about his research on the Bhagavad Gita. Scholars and notable personalities, such as Ruán Magan and Reginald Massey, have had dialogues with him, some of which have been published in academic journals.
Kedar Joshi and his works have been praised by over 25 to 30 independent, published sources. A sample of such praise is as follows:
"Kedar Joshi, a Hindu philosopher of just 28 years but stunning lucidity, has ruled that the failure of previous philosophy is essentially the failure to see the self-evident." — Pedro Oller, ''Fracaso'', La Republica PREMIUM, 8 December 2009 (Spanish)

Positions

Present Member, The Oxford Trust
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Present Life Member of four societies: Cambridge University Scientific Society, Cambridge University Engineering Society, Cambridge University Biological Society, and Cambridge University Atheist and Agnostic Society, University of Cambridge
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Research Interests

Metaphysics, Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Physics, Indian (Vedic) Astrology, Philosophy of Astrology, Bhagavad Gita, and Artificial Intelligence, Neural Networks, and Computer Programming in C & C++

Honors and Awards

  • Guest lecturer at Jyotish Parishad, Pune (3 Aug 2008) and at Jyotirvid Mahasabha, Pune (10 Aug 2008)
  • S. P. College, Pune: Science Association: Science Exhibition (Electronics): Certificate of Merit (28 Feb 2001), for Joshi's project "Classification by feature discovery through unsupervised competitive learning using a neural network simulator implemented in C++"

Courses

  • Master of Arts (Philosophy) by Research: University of Pune: 1st Class (May 2003)
  • Bachelor of Science (Electronics): University of Pune: 1st Class (April 2001)


Contact Information

Email: superultramodern@gmail.com
Mobile: +91-9890837899
City: Pune
State: Maharashtra
Country: India


Quotations (1)

Consciousness (3)

Astrology (1)

General Relativity (1)

Logical and Physical Necessities (1)

The NSTP (Non-Spatial Thinking Process) Theory (6)

The UQV (Ultimate Questioner's Vanity) Theory (4)

Other Theories (2)

The Unexpected Hanging Paradox (1)

India (1)

Bhagavad Gita (1)