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Jaina Epistemology In Historical And Comparative Perspective – A Critical Edition And An Annotated Translation Of Siddhasena Divākara’s Nyāyâvatāra, Siddharṣigaṇin’s Nyāyâvatāra-vivr̥ti And Devabhadrasūri’s Nyāyâvatāra-ṭippaṇa. Volume I & II. Alt- und Neu-Indische Studien 53,1 & 53,2. Franz Steiner Verlag, Stuttgart 2001.

Afghanistan: Geschichte – Menschen – Politik [auf Polnisch: Afganistan: historia - ludzie - polityka]. Wydawnictwo Akademickie Dialog, Warszawa 2001.

Jinismus. Eine alte indische Religion [auf Polnisch; Dżinizm. Starożytna religia Indii]. Wydawnictwo Akademickie Dialog, Warszawa 2002.

Geschichte der klassischen indischen Philosophie. Erster Teil: Anfänge, analytische philosophische Strömungen und Naturphilosophie [auf Polnisch: Historia klasycznej filozofii indyjskiej. Część pierwsza: początki, nurty analityczne i filozofia przyrody]. Wydawnictwo Akademickie Dialog, Warszawa 2003.

Jaina Epistemology In Historical And Comparative Perspective – A Critical Edition And An Annotated Translation of Siddhasena Mahāmati’s Nyāyâvatāra, Siddharṣigaṇin’s Nyāyâvatāra-vivr̥ti And Devabhadrasūri’s Nyāyâvatāra-ṭippaṇa. Volume I & II. Second revised edition. Motilal Banarsidass, Delhi 2009.

Jainism and the Definition of Religion. Hindi Granth Karyalay, Mumbai 2009.

Early Asceticism in India. Ājīvikism and Jainism. Routledge, London–New York 2016.

Geschichte der klassischen indischen Philosophie. Dritter Teil: Nichtbrahmanische Schulen – Ājīvikismus und Jinismus [auf Polnisch: Historia klasycznej filozofii indyjskiej. Część trzecia: szkoły niebramińskie - adżiwikizm i dżinizm]. Wydawnictwo Akademickie Dialog, Warszawa 2016.

Kashmir and Human Rights: The Policies of India and Pakistan vis-á-vis Jammu and Kashmir. Routledge, London–New York (in Vorbereitung: 2020).

Aufsätze (Auswahl aus den letzten fünf Jahren)

“Introduction: On Attempts to Formalise the Syādvāda”, in: Piotr Balcerowicz and Karl Potter (eds.): Encyclopedia of Indian Philosophies, Vol. XVII: Jaina Philosophy, Part III, Motilal Banarsidass, Delhi 2014: 29–51.

“Welcher Titel, welcher Author? Pātañjala-yoga-śāstra” [auf Polnisch: “Jaki tytuł, jaki autor? Pātañjala-yoga-śāstra”], in: Jogasutry. Jogabhaszja. Klasyczna joga indyjska. Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN, Warszawa 2014: 449–456.

“Do attempts to formalise the Syād-vada make sense?”, in: Peter Flügel and Olle Qvarnström (eds.): Jaina Scriptures and Philosophy, Routledge, London–New York 2015: 181–248.

“Digambara Jaina Collections of Manuscripts”, Centre of Jaina Studies Newsletter 10 (2015) 48–50.

“The Body and the Cosmos in Jaina Mythology and Art”, [reprinted in]: Luitgard Soni, Jayandra Soni (eds.): Sanmati. Essays Felicitating Professor Hampa Nagarajaiah on the Occasion of his 80th Birthday. Sapna Book House, Bengaluru 2015: 17–58.

“Extrasensory Perception (yogi-pratyakṣa) in Jainism, Proofs of Its Existence and Its Soteriological Implications”, in: Christopher Key Chapple (ed.): Yoga in Jainism. Routledge Advances in Jaina Studies, Routledge, Oxon–New York 2016: 48–108.

“Extrasensory Perception (yogi-pratyakṣa) in Jainism and Its Refutations”, in: Christopher Key Chapple (ed.): Yoga in Jainism. Routledge Advances in Jaina Studies, Routledge, Oxon–New York 2016: 109–124.

“On the Relative Chronology of Dharmakīrti and Samantabhadra”, Journal of Indian Philosophy 44 (2016) 437–483.

“Siddhasena Mahāmati and Akalaṅka Bhaṭṭa: A revolution in Jaina epistemology”, Journal of Indian Philosophy 44 (2016) 993–1039.

“Special divine action in Buddhism – Overview”, The Special Divine Action Project, Bodleian Library, Oxford University, American Academy of Religion (AAR) 2016: Link.

“Special divine action in Buddhism – Article”, The Special Divine Action Project, Bodleian Library, Oxford University, American Academy of Religion (AAR) 2016: Link.

“Bürgerkrieg in Syrien. Das Damaszene Große Spiel” [auf Polnisch: “Syryjska wojna domowa. Damasceńska Wielka Gra”], in: Samar Yazbek: The Crossing: My Journey to the Shattered Heart of Syria. Wydawnictwo Karakter, Kraków 2016: VII-XLVI.

“Jayarāśi Bhaṭṭa”, The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Spring 2016 Edition), Edward N. Zalta (ed.): Link.

“Jainism. Disambiguate the Ambiguous”, in: Joerg Tuske (ed.): Indian Epistemology and Metaphysics. Bloomsbury Academic, London–Oxford–New York 2017: 75–100.

“The Philosophy of Mind of Kundakunda and Umāsvāti”, in: Jonardon Ganeri (ed.): The Oxford Handbook of Indian Philosophy. Oxford University Press, 2017: 190–208.

“Jayarāśi Against the Philosophers”, in: Jonardon Ganeri (ed.): The Oxford Handbook of Indian Philosophy. Oxford University Press, 2017: 403–419.

“Royal Patronage of Jainism. The Myth of Candragupta Maurya and Bhadrabāhu”, in: Christine Chojnacki and Basile Leclère (eds.): The Gift of Knowledge. Patterns of Patronage of Jainism. Essays in Honour of Professor Hampa Nagarajaiah’s Promotion of Jain Studies. Sapna Book House, Bengaluru 2018: 33–66.

“Logic in Religious and Non-Religious Belief Systems”, International Journal for Philosophy of Religion 84 (2018) 113–129.

“Pre-Islamic Art of Afghanistan and Pakistan. A Survey of Research Interest”, Art of the Orient 7 (2018) 158-203.

“Is There Anything Like Indian Logic? Anumāna, ‘Inference’ and Inference in the Critique of Jayarāśi Bhaṭṭa”, Journal of Indian Philosophy 47,5 (2019) 917–946.