Dr. Vegitha Reddy is the professor of Law at Mahindra University, School of Law. She holds a Ph.D. in Philosophy from the Indian Institute of Technology – Bombay, 2015. Her area of specialization includes Philosophy of Science, Logic, and Philosophical Logic. Dr. Vegitha directed & produced a feature film – Spandan (2012). Thematically it raised ethical, social, and economic concerns of our times through narrating a story of young parents and their daughter afflicted with Cerebral Palsy. She was nominated for the Gollapudi Srinivas National Award for the Best debutant Director in 2012.
She completed her Ph.D in Philosophy from Indian Institute of Technology – Bombay in the year 2015 with her Dissertation Titled ‘Philosophical Arguments: A Meta-Analysis’. She has published many research papers, to name a few, Reddy, V., and Bhat, P.R., “Anum?na: Neither Deductive Nor Inductive” (Accepted for Asian Philosophical Conference, 2016), Reddy, V., Tripathi, A., and Bhat., P.R., “The Spirit of Swaraj in Frugal Technologies” (Accepted for GANDHIRAMA, 2016), Tripathi, A., Reddy, V., and Bhat., P.R., “Swaraj: The Just Society” (Accepted for GANDHIRAMA 2014) and many more. She has also been nominated for the Best debutant Director for the Gollapudi Srinivas National Award
Dr. Vegitha has also bylined many conference papers and presentations on her name. Some of the conference papers and presentations are – “A Note on Non-monotonic Logic”, Department of Philosophy, University of Charles-de-Gaulle, Lille, France, 2004, “A Note on Autoepistemic Logic”, Indian Philosophical Congress, Siliguri, India, 2005 and “Tirtha-yatra: Living, Aging and Dying”, National Conference on Aging and Dying: Relevance of Indic Perspective to End-of-Life-Care, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, 2005.