Frontiers of Philosophy in China 9:2 T of C

The Table of Contents of the latest issue of Frontiers of Philosophy in China is available.

TOC: Frontiers of Philosophy in China, Vol. 9 No. 2

TOC: Frontiers of Philosophy in China, Vol. 9 No. 2


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

Zhang Yibing



The Principle of Production and a Critique of Metaphysics: From the Perspective of Theory of Baudrillard

Xia Ying



The Embrace of Radical Philosophical Emptiness as a Liberating Conceptualization of Thought in Roland Barthes and Jean Baudrillard

Gerry Coulter



“I Effaced Myself” and “The Disappearance of the Subject”: A Comparison between Zhuangzi and Jean Baudrillard’s Anti-Subjectivism

Liu Xiang



Aristotle, the Intellect, and Cognition

Thomas M. Robinson



Edmund Husserl’s Political Praxis and Theoretical Reflections during World War I

Ni Liangkang



A Philosophical Analysis of the Concept of Crisis

Wang Tangjia



The Semantic Function of Descriptions Associated with Proper Names: Comments on Kripke’s Criticism of Searle

Guo Peng



The Embodied Subjective Perspective

Zhao Meng



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

Jung-Yeup Kim



Book Reviews

HUANG Yong. 2011. Ethics in a Global Age. Taipei: Taiwan Daxue Chuban Zhongxin, 376pp., ISBN: 9789860267419.

Zhang Jingjie



Will Buckingham: Levinas, Storytelling and Anti-Storytelling. London/New York: Bloomsbury, 2013, 178pp., ISBN: 9781441124159.

Annette Hilt


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