Warp, Weft, and Way

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

September 20, 2016
by Justin Tiwald
23 Comments

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

December 23, 2015
by Steve Angle
0 comments

Bin Song Blogging at Huff Post

Bin Song, who holds a PhD in Western philosophy from Nankai University and is currently pursuing a PhD in Religious Studies at Boston University, has begun a series of blog posts in the Huffington Post under the general title, “A … Continue reading

July 23, 2015
by Max Fong
19 Comments

In a world of “Confucius Says (子曰),” What Can Confucius Say About Gay Marriage?

7/25/15: Upon review this blog has been edited significantly for grammatical correctness and clarity. I apologize for any glaring difficulties and hope that this revised version is easier to follow. Synopsis: This paper-length blog post covers some of the developments … Continue reading

June 17, 2013
by Manyul Im
1 Comment

Amod Lele’s Zhuangzi Posts

Over on Love of All Wisdom, Amod recently posted three Zhuangzi meditations in which our readers may be interested. Go have a look! Here are the links: http://loveofallwisdom.com/blog/2013/05/zhuangzis-middle-ground/ http://loveofallwisdom.com/blog/2013/06/the-appeal-of-the-unappealing/ http://loveofallwisdom.com/blog/2013/06/how-a-sensible-person-could-hold-the-radical-zhuangist-view/

Switch to desktop version