On-line Conference: “Textual Analysis as the Basis for Understanding Chinese Logical Thought”

The logic research centre of Tsinghua University warmly invites you to join us in attending the “Textual Analysis as the Basis for Understanding Chinese Logical Thought” international workshop.

Keynote speeches will be delivered by Jana S. Rošker, Christoph Harbsmeier, Yiu-ming Fung, Fenrong Liu, Dirk Meyer, and Joachim Gentz in order of presentation.

For the full program, please check our workshop website: http://tsinghualogic.net/JRC/?page_id=3876

The conference will be held online on January 15-17, 2022, 16:30-21:00PM (Beijing Standard Time).
       The conference will be held on Zoom platform (Meeting ID:894 1963 2234). Registration is required from here: http://tsinghualogic.net/JRC/?page_id=3878

If you have questions, please feel free to contact the organizers, Jeremy Seligman 谢立民jeremy@seligman.info Ai Yuan 袁艾  oi19870727@gmail.comYinlin Guan 管银霖 guanyinlin0090@gmail.com

The schedule is as follows:

Jana S. Rošker (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Methodological Problems in Transcultural philosophy: (post)Comparative Approaches and the Method of Sublation
Wenqing Zhao (Whitman College, USA)
A Confucian Perspective on the Right to Bereavement
Michaël Schapers (Tsinghua University, China)
The Fullest Extend of Truth: Applying Text-Structural Analysis for an Aesthetic Interpretation of the Xunzi’s Argument of ‘cheng 诚’
Christoph Harbsmeier (University of Oslo, Norway)
Towards a Logical Typology of Philosophical Speech Genres
Lisa Indraccolo (Institute of Humanities, Tallinn University)
Taxonomies, Attributes and Conceptual Categories in the Gōngsūn Lóngzǐ 公孫龍子
Ai YUAN(Tsinghua University, China)
Rhetorical Questions in the Daodejing: Argument Construction, Dialogical Insertion, and Sentimental Expression
Yiu-ming Fung (Tunghai University, China)
Naming and Propositional Attitudes in Ancient Chinese Philosophy
Zhiqiang Sun (Tsinghua University, China)
The Inference Pattern mou in Mohist Logic – A Monotonicity Reasoning View
Maëlle Havelange (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Comparison between Chinese and Western Logic/Philosophy, With a Case Study Example of the “White Horse Discourse”
Fenrong Liu (Tsinghua University, China)
Lost in Translation:  Logic, Ancient Chinese and Modern Authors
Avital Rom (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)
Without a Sound: Musical Silence as an Agent of Sound in Early Chinese Thought
Yun Xie (Sun Yat-sen University, China)
Argument by Analogy in Ancient China
Dirk Meyer (University of Oxford, UK)
Dialectics in Chinese Philosophy: The Case of *Mìng xùn
Jacob Bender (Peking University, China)
Alienation and Attunement in the Zhuangzi, “Webbed Toes” (駢拇)
Yinlin Guan (Tsinghua University, China)
Zhi 知 in the Laozi
Joachim Gentz (University of Edinburgh, UK)
Parallelism as Means of Including the Middle
Xie Kaibo (Tsinghua University, China) and Peter van Emde Boas (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Logic, Patterns, and Text Tree Mind Maps: Analyzing the Logic of Sun Tzu, “the Art of War”

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