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

January 12, 2021
by Aaron Stalnaker
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Call for Papers for Midwest Conference on Chinese Thought (Virtual)

16th Annual Midwest Conference on Chinese ThoughtWright State University30 April-1 May 2021The Midwest Conference on Chinese Thought was created to foster dialogue and interaction between scholars and students working on Chinese thought across different disciplines and through a variety of … Continue reading

April 30, 2020
by Steve Angle
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APA Newsletter on Translating Chinese Philosophy

The latest APA Newsletter on Asian and Asian-American Philosophers and Philosophies has been published and is available here. The contents: From the Guest Editor “The Timeliness of Translating Chinese Philosophy: An Introduction to the APA Newsletter Special Issue on Translating … Continue reading

March 4, 2020
by Steve Angle
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New Book: Thomas Crone, Between Disaster, Punishment, and Blame

Thomas Crone, Between Disaster, Punishment, and Blame: The Semantic Field of Guilt in Early Chinese Texts (Harrassowitz Verlag, 2020) The concept of having done something wrong is an integral part of normative thinking and thus a human universal. With regard … Continue reading

January 8, 2020
by Steve Angle
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CFP: 16th Annual Midwest Conference on Chinese Thought

16th Annual Midwest Conference on Chinese Thought University of Louisville (Louisville, KY) April 25-26, 2020 The Midwest Conference on Chinese Thought (MCCT) is an annual conference dedicated to exploring past and present aspects of Chinese thought. It is an interdisciplinary … Continue reading

December 4, 2019
by Steve Angle
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Peimin Ni wins Scaglione Prize in translation

MLA’S SCAGLIONE PRIZE FOR A TRANSLATION OF A SCHOLARLY STUDY OF LITERATURE AWARDED TO PEIMIN NI FOR UNDERSTANDING THE ANALECTS OF CONFUCIUS AND TO SYLVIA ADRIAN NOTINI FOR THE VENETIAN QUR’AN; JOHN MARINCOLA TO RECEIVE HONORABLE MENTION FOR ON WRITING … Continue reading

November 18, 2019
by Aaron Stalnaker
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New book: Mastery, Dependence, and the Ethics of Authority, by Aaron Stalnaker

Oxford University Press has just published my new book on early Confucian social thought, and what contemporary people might learn from it: Mastery, Dependence, and the Ethics of Authority.  The publisher’s page is here.  At present the cheapest way to … Continue reading

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