Mislav Ježić, Ph.D. is a Croatian philosopher and Indologist. He received a degree in Indology, philosophy, linguistics and Ancient Greek at the University of Zagreb. He received his Ph.D. in 1983 with a thesis on Rigvedic hymns. Since 1998 he works as a professor of Indian philology at the University of Zagreb. His work deals with the Indo-European sources of Vedic tradition, research on the beginnings of Indian philosophy by comparing it with Ancient Greek philosophy, and explorations of the ancient Indian epics, Brahmanism and Hinduism. He organized several international conferences in the field of Indology, edited and published several proceedings. He is a full member of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts since 2000.