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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]


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]


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]


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]


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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