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Chinese and Comparative Philosophy 中國哲學與比較哲學

Report on Mozi Conference

A Report on “Modern Interpretations of Mozi”

Lee Ting-mien (University of Leuven)

The workshop “Modern Interpretation of Mozi,” organized by University of Leuven (KU Leuven), was held on April 3, 4 in 2014. The participants – Annick Gijsbers (University of Leuven), Carine Defoort (University of Leuven), Joachim Kurtz (Heidelberg University), Lee Ting-mien (University of Leuven), Nicolas Standaert (University of Leuven), Nie Tao (University of Leuven and Sichuan University), Qin Yanshi (Sichuan Normal University), Tian Hanyun (Yangzhou University), Xie Qiyang (China University of Political Science and Law), Yvonne Schultz Zinda (University of Hamburg), Zheng Jiewen(Shangdong University) – were scholars and graduate students working on Mozi studies in late-imperial or Republican China. Nine papers were presented on the workshop, beginning in the Ming dynasty and ending in the middle of the 20th century:

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April 23, 2014 Posted by | Chinese philosophy - 中國哲學 - 中国哲学, Mohism | no comments

Instructor needed for Buddhism course

Wesleyan University’s Department of Religion is seeking an instructor to teach Introduction to Buddhism during the upcoming Fall, 2014 semester. Interested individuals should contact Prof. Mary-Jane Rubenstein, Chair of the department as soon as possible.

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