Paperback release: Fischer, trans. The Annotated Laozi
Warp, Weft, and Way
by Steve Angle
2M ago
Paul Fischer’s new translation of the Dao De Jing (The Annotated Laozi, SUNY Press) has been released in paperback, and this coupon has information on a 30% discount.     http://warpweftandway.com/images/2024/02/2024-Fischer-coupon.jpg ..read more
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New Book Series: East Asian Philosophy and Political Thought
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by Steve Angle
2M ago
A message from Sungmoon Kim: I’m pleased to announce the launch of a new book series with Amsterdam University Press called “East Asian Philosophy and Political Thought.” As a series editor, I am joined by Ellie Wang, Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Philosophy at National Chengchi University, as the series’ associate editor ..read more
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Conference: Echoes of the Past, Visions for the Future
Warp, Weft, and Way
by Steve Angle
2M ago
Next week there will be an exciting conference at Harvard: “Echoes of the Past, Visions for the Future: The Power of Ideas to Navigate the China- West Divides” on March 8-9, 2024. Please see this poster for more details. You can also see this link at the EALC’s website, or see here for more on ..read more
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“Works in Progress” series for the 四海为学 Collaborative Learning Project
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by Tim Connolly
2M ago
We are delighted to announce the launch of a “Works in Progress” series within the 四海为学 “Collaborative Learning” Project. This series aims to provide an academic forum where graduate students and early career scholars engaged in Chinese or comparative philosophy can share their projects and receive constructive feedback from peers in conference-style panel sessions. It welcomes projects at ..read more
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Episode 3 of “This Is the Way”: Oneness
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by Justin Tiwald
3M ago
In the third episode of This Is the Way we explore the topic of oneness with our guest Philip J. Ivanhoe, a distinguished scholar and translator of East Asian philosophy. In part I, Justin gives a quick overview of Neo-Confucian philosophy and its connection to oneness. In part II, we talk with Ivanhoe about his ..read more
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Book talk on Feb. 22, Chinese Cosmopolitanism (Shuchen Xiang, Xidian University 西电大学, China)
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by Tao Jiang
3M ago
Rutgers Center for Chinese Studies hosts Shuchen Xiang (Xidian University 西电大学, China) for a Zoom talk on her recent book, Chinese Cosmopolitanism: The History and Philosophy of an Idea (Princeton University Press, 2023), Thursday, Feb. 22, 2-3:30pm EST. Everybody is welcome. Please register in advance: https://rccs.rutgers.edu/events/events-list/icalrepeat.detail/2024/02/22/2401/-/chinese-cosmopolitanism-the-history-and-philosophy-of-an-idea-shuchen-xiang-xidian-university-xi-dian-da-xue-china ..read more
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Episode 2 of “This is the Way”: Confucians on Shame
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by Justin Tiwald
3M ago
The second episode of This is the Way is on shame as a moral emotion, as understood by classical Confucian philosophers (especially Confucius and Mencius, but also Xunzi). Our special guest is Jing Iris Hu (HU Jing 胡婧), author of “Shame, Vulnerability, and Change.” Key questions include the following: What are the Confucian arguments for ..read more
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Episode 1 of “This is the Way”: Daoist Detachment
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by Justin Tiwald
3M ago
Richard Kim and Justin Tiwald are pleased to present a new podcast series on Chinese Philosophy, This is the Way. The administrators of Warp, Weft, and Way have generously agreed to host supporting materials and discussions of specific podcast episodes.  Links to support pages for all published episodes can be found here. The first episode ..read more
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ToC: Dao 23:1
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by Aris Dashiell
3M ago
Springer is happy to announce that they have published a new issue of Dao 23:1. In this issue that came out in January 2024, there are 13 different articles. Please read below for a table of contents! Can Pragmatic Confucian Democracy Justify Electoral Representative Government? Zhichao Tong Confucian Meritocratic Democracy over Democracy for Minority Interests ..read more
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New Book: Gongsheng Across Contexts
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by Steve Angle
3M ago
Palgrave Macmillan has recently brought out Gongsheng Across Contexts: A Philosophy of Co-Becoming, an Open-Access book (see here) co-edited by Bing Song (Berggruen Institute China Center) and Yiwen Zhan (School of Philosophy, Beijing Normal University). The table of contents and all materials are available on the above website ..read more
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