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

September 20, 2016
by Justin Tiwald

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

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

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
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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/

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