The Table of Contents of the latest issue of Frontiers of Philosophy in China is available.
Volume 9.2 of the journal Frontiers of Philosophy in China is now available. Below is the table of contents for interested readers.
Introduction: The Ghost of Baudrillard
The Principle of Production and a Critique of Metaphysics: From the Perspective of Theory of Baudrillard
The Embrace of Radical Philosophical Emptiness as a Liberating Conceptualization of Thought in Roland Barthes and Jean Baudrillard
“I Effaced Myself” and “The Disappearance of the Subject”: A Comparison between Zhuangzi and Jean Baudrillard’s Anti-Subjectivism
Aristotle, the Intellect, and Cognition
Thomas M. Robinson
Edmund Husserl’s Political Praxis and Theoretical Reflections during World War I
A Philosophical Analysis of the Concept of Crisis
The Semantic Function of Descriptions Associated with Proper Names: Comments on Kripke’s Criticism of Searle
The Embodied Subjective Perspective
Memory, Rite, and Tradition: A Comparative Confucian-Christian Literary Analysis
Christopher David Hancock
Confucian Ethical Practice as a Method of Creating and Sustaining Whiteheadian Beauty
HUANG Yong. 2011. Ethics in a Global Age. Taipei: Taiwan Daxue Chuban Zhongxin, 376pp., ISBN: 9789860267419.
Will Buckingham: Levinas, Storytelling and Anti-Storytelling. London/New York: Bloomsbury, 2013, 178pp., ISBN: 9781441124159.