Dr. Ashwini Mokashi
Dr. Ashwini Mokashi is interested in both academic and applied Philosophy. She is a member of APPA. She has been practicing Philosophy for many years and has worked on many cases in three continents. She was educated in Philosophy at the University of Pune in India, King's College London, and earned a business degree from Rutgers University, NJ. She taught Philosophy at Pune in Wadia and Ferguson Colleges. As a guest lecturer at the University of Pune, she designed and introduced a comparative course in Ancient Greek and Sanskrit during 1993-95. She served two terms as President of the Princeton Research Forum and taught a course at the Evergreen Forum in NJ. Other than that, she worked in the corporate USA for a decade. In October 2021, she joined the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies in the UK. Her first book was published in 2019 and is entitled 'Sapiens and Sthitaprajna: A Comparative Study in Seneca's Stoicism and the Bhagavadgita.' Her current writing project is about meditation.