Warp, Weft, and Way is a group blog of Chinese and Comparative philosophy. Its primary purpose is to promote and stimulate discussion of Chinese philosophy and cross-tradition inquiry among scholars and students of philosophy.
【Current Issue: Vol.14, No.2, 2019】 Available at: http://journal.hep.com.cn/fpc Special Theme: Transmission of Western Learning in China The essays are free to download from July 16th to August 16th! You are cordially invited to submit research articles, review articles, or book reviews to FPC. Manuscripts should be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Welcome your submission and any advice. […]
While scouring the web for freebies this morning, I came across something that may be of interest to many readers here: The Global Encyclopedia of Informality, University College London, 2018, in two volumes. http://oapen.org/search?identifier=642570;keyword=informality Here’s the table of contents for Volume 1: PART I Redistribution The substantive ambivalence: relationships vs use […]
Just published: Handbook on Human Rights in China (Edward Elgar Publishing), edited by Sarah Biddulph (Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne, Australia) and Joshua Rosenzweig (East Asia Research Director, Amnesty International). More info here; Table of Contents below. Table of Contents 1. Introduction to the Handbook on Human Rights in China Sarah Biddulph and Joshua […]
The Centre of East Asian and Comparative Philosophy of City University of Hong Kong is hosting a public seminar on 19 August, 2019, titled: “Can Confucianism Meet Contemporary Challenges in Hong Kong?” The speaker is professor Baogang He from Deakin University, Australia. For more information, please see the event flyer here.
NAKPA invites papers and panel proposals submissions for the annual NAKPA conference at University College Cork in Ireland. The conference is on Oct. 10 (Thursday) and 11 (Friday), even though the registration table will be open on Oct. 9 (Wed) and an organized tour will be held on Oct. 12 (Sat) (at participant’s expense). All […]
The ISCWP plans to organize one or two panels for the 2020 APA-Pacific Meeting (San Francisco, CA, Apr 8-12, 202o). We invite proposals of panels or papers that promote in-depth engagement between Chinese and Western philosophy. Proposals focused exclusively on only one of Chinese or Western philosophy will not be considered. To submit a panel […]
Dear colleagues, The following announcement might be of interest to some readers of “Warp, Weft, and Way”. We encourage younger scholars in fields like sinology, religious studies, cultural studies and philosophy to apply. The conference will be an excellent opportunity to meet distinguished scholars from Taiwan, Hongkong and other Sinophone societies and to interact with […]
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 […]
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 […]