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

Acta Koreana special issue on good and evil

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Five special theme articles on good and evil in Korean Philosophy, Religion, and Spirituality have been published in Acta Koreana, vol. 22, no. 2 (December 2019).

Editor’s Note iii–iv
Guest Editor’s Note v–x

THEME ISSUE ARTICLES:
GOOD AND EVIL IN KOREAN PHILOSOPHY, RELIGION, AND SPIRITUALITY

The Origins of Good and Evil and the Challenge of Theodicy in the Buddhist Tradition
By ROBERT E. BUSWELL JR. 215–230

“Middle Way” Approach on Buddhist Ethics: Wŏnhyo on the Doctrinal Problem of the Buddha-nature and the Icchantika
By LEE SUMI 231–248

Yi T’oegye on Transcending the Problem of Evil: A Neo-Confucian and Interreligious Perspective
By EDWARD Y. J. CHUNG 249–266

Tasŏk Yu Yŏngmo on God as Nothingness
By HALLA KIM 267–286

The Korean Dilemma: Assuming Perfectibility but Recognizing Moral Frailty
By DON BAKER 287–304

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