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

June 9, 2017
by Justin Tiwald
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Discussion of Owen Flanagan’s The Geography of Morals

The widely-read ethics blog PEA Soup hosts regular discussions of recently published books (or more precisely, books recently reviewed for Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, which are themselves recently published). The featured book this time around is Owen Flanagan’s The Geography … Continue reading

March 23, 2017
by Steve Angle
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Olberding: “Degenerate Skepticism and the Thieves of Philosophy”

Amy Olberding has published an essay called “Degenerate Skepticism and the Thieves of Philosophy” on the “Department of Deviance” website. She explains the essay’s origin: An essay presented at a special APA session on what Chinese philosophy can contribute to … Continue reading

September 20, 2016
by Justin Tiwald
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Another Round on Chinese Thought as Philosophy

In case you missed it, Nicholas Tampio recently published a short piece in Aeon explaining why he thinks Confucius (among other non-Western thinkers) should not be regarded as a philosopher, with implications for the philosophy curriculum and the makeup of … Continue reading

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