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The Many Lives of Yang Zhu
The Many Lives of Yang Zhu (October 2022)
A Historical Overview of Yang Zhu Portrayals
Carine Defoort - Editor
Ting-mien Lee - Editor

 
 
Cognition and Practice
Cognition and Practice (July 2022)
Li Zehou's Philosophical Aesthetics
Rafal Banka - Author

Explores the aesthetic theory of one of China's most important and influential contemporary philosophers.

This is the first book on the role of cognition in the aesthetic theory of Li Zehou (1930–2021), one of China's most important and influential contemporary philosophers. The cognitive dimension and its integration with practice is discussed by examining one of Li's pivotal conc...(Read More)
 
 
The Chinese Liberal Spirit
The Chinese Liberal Spirit (April 2022)
Selected Writings of Xu Fuguan
Xu Fuguan - Author
David Elstein - Editor/translator

The first English-language translation of an important figure in modern Confucian thought.

Xu Fuguan (1903–1982) was one of the most important Confucian scholars of the twentieth century. A key figure in the Nationalist Party, Xu was involved in the Chinese civil war after World War II and in the early years of the Nationalist government in Taiwan. He never ceased to believe that d...(Read More)
 
 
Teaching, Tenure, and Collegiality
Teaching, Tenure, and Collegiality (February 2022)
Confucian Relationality in an Age of Measurable Outcomes
Mary K. Chang - Author

Questions universities’ increasing reliance on market-oriented metrics to determine their strategic directions and gauge faculty productivity.

Teaching, Tenure, and Collegiality espouses the concept of relationality—the idea that people’s activities necessarily emerge through contextual engagement with others—as an alternative to the "publish or perish" ethos in higher educa...(Read More)
 
 
Persons Emerging
Persons Emerging (October 2021)
Three Neo-Confucian Perspectives on Transcending Self-Boundaries
Galia Patt-Shamir - Author

Offers three neo-Confucian understandings of broadening the Way as broadening oneself, through an ongoing process of removing self-boundaries.

Persons Emerging explores the renewed idea of the Confucian person in the eleventh-century philosophies of Zhou Dunyi, Shao Yong, and Zhang Zai. Galia Patt-Shamir discusses their responses to the Confucian challenge that the Way, as p...(Read More)
 
 
A Philosophical Defense of Culture
A Philosophical Defense of Culture (June 2021)
Perspectives from Confucianism and Cassirer
Shuchen Xiang - Author

Draws on two different but strikingly similar streams in our world tradition to argue for the contemporary philosophical relevance of “culture.”

In A Philosophical Defense of Culture, Shuchen Xiang draws on the Confucian philosophy of "culture" and Ernst Cassirer's philosophy of symbolic forms to argue for the importance of "culture" as a philosophic paradigm. A defining ide...(Read More)
 
 
The Journal of Japanese Philosophy, Vol. #7, Issue #1
The Journal of Japanese Philosophy, Vol. #7, Issue #1 (6/2021)
Mayuko Uehara - Editor-in-Chief
Leah Kalmanson - Assistant editor
John W. M. Krummel - Assistant editor
Curtis Rigsby - Book Review editor
Anton Luis Sevilla - Book Review editor

 
 
Reconsidering the Life of Power
Reconsidering the Life of Power (March 2021)
Ritual, Body, and Art in Critical Theory and Chinese Philosophy
James Garrison - Author

Offers a compelling intercultural perspective on body, art, self, and society.

Reconsidering the Life of Power examines Chinese perspectives on bodily self-cultivation and explores how these can be resources for working past the ritual scripts of everyday life. In recent decades, European and American thinkers like Michel Foucault and Judith Butler have called attention to t...(Read More)
 
 
Human Beings or Human Becomings?
Human Beings or Human Becomings? (February 2021)
A Conversation with Confucianism on the Concept of Person
Peter D. Hershock - Editor
Roger T. Ames - Editor

Argues that Confucianism and other East Asian philosophical traditions can be resources for understanding and addressing current global challenges such as climate change and hunger.

Great transformations are reshaping human life, social institutions, and the world around us, raising profound questions about our fundamental values. We now have the knowledge and the technical experti...(Read More)
 
 
Human Becomings
Human Becomings (December 2020)
Theorizing Persons for Confucian Role Ethics
Roger T. Ames - Author

Offers an in-depth exposition of the Confucian conception of persons as the starting point of Confucian ethics.

In Human Becomings, Roger T. Ames argues that the appropriateness of categorizing Confucian ethics as role ethics turns largely on the conception of person that is presupposed within the interpretive context of classical Chinese philosophy. By beginning with...(Read More)
 
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