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

December 9, 2019
by Steve Angle
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Conference at NCCU: Chinese Aesthetics and the Art of Landscape Painting

Kai Marchal of National Cheng-chih University and Michael Forster of Bonn University have organized a conference this week on “Chinese Aesthetics and the Art of Landscape Painting”; details are here. The organizers describe their goals as follows: Traditional Chinese landscape … Continue reading

November 18, 2019
by hagop sarkissian
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Paul Goldin – Columbia Society for Comparative Philosophy Lecture: “THE IMMORTAL SPIRIT IN CLASSICAL CHINESE AESTHETICS” Friday Dec 6

THE COLUMBIA SOCIETY FOR COMPARATIVE PHILOSOPHY Welcomes: PAUL GOLDIN (University of Pennsylvania) With responses from: SANDRA SHAPSHAY (Hunter College, CUNY) Please join on December 6, 2019 at 5:30 for his lecture entitled: The Immortal Spirit in Classical Chinese Aesthetics ABSTRACT: This … Continue reading

December 10, 2014
by Steve Angle
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Conference on De 德 (Virtue) and Mei 美 (Beauty)

International Conference on De德 (Virtue) and Mei 美 (Beauty) in Chinese Philosophy 国际学术研讨会(2015, 3月25-27) In order to promote a deeper understanding of philosophy and culture among civilizations and encourage further professional and cultural exchanges between China and Europe we will … Continue reading

October 31, 2014
by Steve Angle
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“Boston Confucian” Lecture Series, with The Wisdom of Chinese Art Nov. 7

Students at Boston University are putting on a good-looking lecture series; click here for details. This coming Friday, Yair Lior will be presenting on “The Wisdom of Chinese Art”: The lecture will be titled “The Wisdom of Chinese Art” and … Continue reading

March 17, 2014
by Steve Angle
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2nd Rutgers Workshop on Chinese Philosophy

I am very happy to announce the 2nd Rutgers Workshop on Chinese Philosophy, which will be held on Friday, April 11, on the topic “Xunzi on Authority.” Four scholars of Chinese philosophy will present papers, each followed by a critical commentary … Continue reading

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