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

April 16, 2016
by hagop sarkissian
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Columbia Neo-Confucian Seminar: Brook Ziporyn “Zhu Xi on the Consciousness and Unconsciousness of the Mind of Heaven and Earth” this Friday, April 22 @ 3:30pm

The next session of the Columbia University Seminar on Neo-Confucian Studies (University Seminar #567) will convene Friday, April 22, 2016 from 3:30 to 5:30pm in the Heyman Center for the Humanities at Columbia University. Brook Ziporyn (University of Chicago) will present … Continue reading

November 13, 2013
by hagop sarkissian
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Columbia Society for Comparative Philosophy lecture on meditation and the mind sciences this Thursday

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY SEMINAR ON COMPARATIVE PHILOSOPHY Invites you to attend an upcoming event at PRINCETON UNIVERSITY hosted by the PRINCETON BUDDHIST STUDIES WORKSHOP Welcoming: GEORGES DREYFUS (Williams College) Please join us at Princeton University’s 1879 Hall, Room 137, on Thursday, November 14th, for his lecture … Continue reading

October 20, 2013
by Steve Angle
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New APA Newsletter

APA Newsletters, Fall 2013 (Volume 13, Number 1): Newsletter on Asian and Asian-American Philosophers and Philosophies From the Editor, David H. Kim “Neuroscience, Moral Sentimentalism, and Confucian Philosophy: Moral Psychology of the Body and Emotion,” Bongrae Seok “The Resonant Mind: Daoism and … Continue reading

January 28, 2013
by Steve Angle
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“Doing philosophy” with ancient (Indian) sources

This extremely positive review of Jonardon Ganeri’s The Self: Naturalism, Consciousness, and the First-Person Stance is worth the attention of readers of our blog not only for the book’s apparently splendid contents and argument, but also for Ganeri’s intriguing methodological model. Here is … Continue reading

January 3, 2013
by Steve Angle
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Promising Research Area: Asian Philosophy and Embodied Cognition

One key to successful comparative philosophical research is locating an area in where there is sufficient overlap between different traditions’ approaches that each can see the other as generating relevant challenges or questions, stimulating new ways of framing issues, and … Continue reading

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