A new issue of Asian Philosophy, 32:2 has been published. There are 8 entries for this edition that was posted on the 3rd of April, 2022. See below for a Table of Contents.
Nishida Kitarō and Muhammad ‘Abduh on God and reason: Towards a theology of place
Mindfulness and attention: Towards a phenomenology of mindfulness as the feeling of being tuned in
Confucian philosophy of family: interpretation or justification?
Qian Mu reads Zhuangzi: Regarding ‘there has not yet begun to be a “there has not yet begun to be nothing”
John R. Willams
Miki Kiyoshi’s Philosophy of History and the historical role of myth
Sage and great person in Zhang Zai’s though
A neglected interpretation of Avicenna’s theory of God’s knowledge of particulars
Path-bound normativity and a Confucian case of historical holism