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Warp, Weft, and Way by Justin Tiwald - 1w ago
Zhu Xi: Selected Writings has been published. This is the first volume in the new translation series, Oxford Chinese Thought. This is the first book-length translation to give a comprehensive look at Zhu Xi’s thought and his place in history, literature, philosophy, and religion. It includes Zhu’s writings or lessons on a wide variety of […]
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Warp, Weft, and Way by Steve Angle - 1w ago
ISCP Executive Director JeeLoo Liu has shared the following report: The 21st Conference of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy (ISCP) concluded on July 5th. This conference was held in Bern, Switzerland, and we have had beautiful weather in addition to the scenery city sights. The theme of this conference was Reality, Argumentation, and Persuasion […]
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Sam Crane has just published “Prolegomenon to a Theory of Philosophical Transposition, with Reference to Confucianism in America” in Metaphilosophy 50:4. I’ve pasted the abstract below. Abstract: What factors shape the movement of systems of thought from one historical-cultural context to another? This paper provides a preliminary answer to this question by constructing an analytic framework […]
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Warp, Weft, and Way by Steve Angle - 2w ago
Two articles of interest to appear outside of the standard ones we always cover: Dong Jiang and Xiaohong Ma, “The Analects and Sense of Justice: The Spirit of Law and Historical Practice” Modern China | Jun 25, 2019 | OnlineFirst Julianne Chung, “Is Zhuangzi a Fictionalist?” Philosophers’ Imprint 18:22 (2018)
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The latest issue of the Journal of Social Philosophy includes a Book Symposium on Sungmoon Kim’s Public Reason Confucianism (Cambridge, 2016): Joseph Chan, Public Reason Confucianism Without Foundation? Baldwin Wong, A Non‐Sectarian Comprehensive Confucianism?—On Kim’s Public Reason Confucianism Franz Mang, Why Public Reason Could Not Be Too Modest: The Case of Public Reason Confucianism Stephen C. Angle, […]
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The 2020 AAS Annual Conference will take place in Boston, Massachusetts from March 19-22 at the Sheraton Boston Hotel and the Hynes Convention Center. Proposal Submission Deadline:  Tuesday, August 6, 2019, 5:00pm EDT All proposals should be submitted via the online abstract submission application link posted on the AAS Call for Proposals webpage. For complete […]
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Journal of Chinese Philosophy, Volume 45, Numbers 3-4, 1 September 2018. Please see the website or below for the table of content. Preface: On the Ultimate as the Onto‐Generative Origin in the Hengxian pp. 133-135(3) Authors: Cheng, Chung‐Ying Introduction to the Special Theme on Hengxian  pp. 136-139(4) Author: Feng, Cao Lost in Translation: The Improbable Task of […]
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Please see below or the publisher page for further information. About This Book The question of truth has never been more urgent than today, when the distortion of facts and the imposition of pseudo-realities in the service of the powerful have become the order of the day. In The Paradox of Being Poul Andersen addresses the concept of […]
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The May 2020 issue will be dedicated to Vietnamese Confucianism, including its religious traditions, official ideologies and specific philosophical approaches. The revitalization of the Confucian traditions during the 20th century has assumed increasing relevance and significance in recent decades. Today, the revival of these complex philosophical heritages belongs to the most important theoretical currents in […]
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The latest quarterly issue of the North American Korean Philosophy Association Newsletter has been published. Please click here to see the full letter.
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