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

Korean Modernity and Philosophy Workshop

KOREAN MODERNITY/COLONIALITY

KOREAN PHILOSOPHY WORKSHOP

University of San Francisco, August 13-14, 2013

 Korean Philosophy Flier

Many elements formed Korean modernity/coloniality from the 19th century onward: a receding Sinocentric world, an encroaching Western world, Japanese colonialism, the “New Woman,” racialization, Marxism, a cataclysmic war at home, a divided country, U.S. imperialism, struggles between authoritarian regimes and peoples’ movements, a diasporic nation… This workshop explores philosophical figures and themes in this nexus of forces and concepts. Talks and speakers include:

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