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2007

Ganeri, Martin (2007) Catholic Encounter with Hindus in the Twentieth century: In Search of an Indian Christianity. New Blackfriars, 88, pp. 410-432. [Journal Article]

Ganeri, Martin (2007) Knowledge and Love of God in Ramanuja and Aquinas. Journal of Hindu Christian Studies, 20, pp. 3-8. [Journal Article]

2008

Ganeri, Martin (2008) The Catholic Magisterium and the World Religions. In: O'Mahony, Anthony, (ed.) A Catholic Shi'a Dialogue: Ethics in Today's Society. London: Melisende. [Book section]

2009

Ganeri, Martin (2009) Beyond Compare St Francis de Sales and Sri Vedanta Desika on Loving Surrender to God. Francis X. Clooney S.J. (Georgetown University Press, 2008). Journal of Hindu Studies, 2 (2), pp. 242-244. [Book review]

2010

Burns, Elizabeth and Ganeri, Martin (2010) Buddhism. University of London International Programmes (2nd ed.). [Textbook]

Ganeri, Martin (2010) Two Pedagogies for Happiness: healing goals and healing methods in the Summa Theologiae of Thomas Aquinas and Sri Bhasya of Ramanuja. In: Carlisle, Clare, Ganeri, Jodarnon, (eds.) Philosophy as Therapeia. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 51-65. [Book section]

1 January 2011

Ganeri, Martin (2011) Catholicism and Hinduism. In: D'Costa, G., (ed.) The Catholic Church and The World Religions. London: T&T Clark, pp. 106-140. [Book section]

2012

Ganeri, Martin (2012) Christian Spirituality and Hinduism. In: Tyler, P, Woods, R, (eds.) The Continuum Guide to Christian Spirituality. London : Continuum . [Book section]

Ganeri, Martin (2012) Natural Law and Hinduism. Journal of Comparative Law. [Journal Article]

Ganeri, Martin (2012) Theology and Non-Western Philosophy. In: Crisp, O, D'Costa, G, Davies , M, Hampson , P, (eds.) Theology And Philosophy: Faith and Reason. London: T&T Clarke, pp. 202-220. [Book section]

Ganeri, Martin (2012) Tradition with a New Identity: Thomist engagement with non-Christian thought as a model for the new comparative theology in Europe. Religions (Special Issue: European Perspectives on the New Comparative Theology), 3. [Journal Article] (Forthcoming)

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