Warp, Weft, and Way

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

Call for Papers:  Philosophy as a Way of Life

The journal Metaphilosophy invites papers from scholars to produce a special issue of the journal on Philosophy as a Way of Life with special guest editors James M. Ambury (jamesambury@kings.edu), Tushar Irani (tirani@wesleyan.edu), and Kathleen Wallace (kathleen.wallace@hofstra.edu).

Continue reading “Call for Papers:  Philosophy as a Way of Life”

January 8, 2019 Posted by | Call for Papers (CFP), Comparative philosophy, Pedagogy | no comments

Mellon Philosophy as a Way of Life Project

We are delighted to announce the Mellon Philosophy as a Way of Life Project, a new initiative to help scholars effectively teach philosophy as a way of life. If you teach philosophy at a post-secondary institution and are interested, please check out our website: philife.nd.edu and consider submitting a letter of intent. The deadline for applying for the first cohort is Jan 15, 2019.

Continue reading “Mellon Philosophy as a Way of Life Project”

January 8, 2019 Posted by | Comparative philosophy, Opportunities, Pedagogy | no comments

Funded PhD positions in Philosophy at University of Macau

The University of Macau’s Philosophy and Religious Studies Programme invites applications from qualified candidates wishing to pursue postgraduate research in philosophy from August 2019. There are two different funding schemes for our PhD programme. The deadline for applications to both schemes is 28th February 2019. Applications from international students are welcome.

UM Macao PhD Scholarship

The MPDS provides each awardee with a monthly stipend of MOP20,000 (ca. US$ 2,477) and a conference or research-related travel allowance up to MOP10,000 (ca. US$ 1,238) per academic year for a period up to 4 years. Tuition and/or any other kinds of fees that may incur during the course of studies will not be covered by the Scholarship.

UM Macao PhD Assistantship

The PhD assistantship provides each recipient with a starting monthly stipend of MOP12,500 (ca. US$ 1,548) (up to MOP14,000/ca. US$ 1,734). Tuition and/or any other kinds of fees that may incur during the course of studies will not be covered by the Assistantship.

Low cost post-graduate housing is available on campus.

Applicants should as soon as possible approach a potential supervisor to discuss their proposed research project and gain advice about the application procedure. For potential supervisors and their research interests, please see the Philosophy Programme’s webpage: https://fah.um.edu.mo/philosophy/staff/

Faculty specialize in: Chinese and Comparative Philosophy; Philosophy of Mind; Philosophy of Language; Philosophy of Religion; and Political Philosophy.

For information about the PhD programme in Philosophy and Religious Studies at the University of Macau, please see:


For information about our funding opportunities, please see:



January 8, 2019 Posted by | Chinese philosophy - 中國哲學 - 中国哲学 | no comments