Miguel Alvarez Ortega

Miguel Alvarez Ortega is an Associate Professor at the University of Kyoto, where he teaches Jurisprudence, Theories of Justice and Religion and Law. He holds degrees in Linguistics and Translation studies, and Law, and received his Ph.D. in Philosophy of Law in 2007. He has also pursued courses on Buddhist Philosophy and Tibetan language at Rangjung Yeshe Institute (Kathmandu, Nepal). His initial research was mainly dedicated to contemporary legal and political philosophy, and language rights and policy. His current interests focus on legal, political, and moral philosophy in Buddhist countries, particularly in the Himalayan area. Current publications: When Fools Cannot Win: Social Determinism and Political Pragmatism in Bondong's Reception of Sakya Legshe (2019), Traditional Tibetean Buddhist Scholars on Dharma, Law, Politics, and Social Ethics: Philosophical Discussions in Boudkanath (Nepal) (2019) and Buddhism and Law (Oxford Bibliographies entry).

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