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Latest Telos has section on “Universal Values”

The latest issue of Telos (171; Summer, 2015) contains a special section on the debate over “universal values” in China. Here is the on-line introduction to the issue; the Table of Contents follows.

Politics and Values: The Middle East and China

Introduction
Russell A. Berman

Reflections on Kurdistan, Iraq, and ISIS
Sabah Salih

The Kurdish Question: The Black Holes of Democracy
Pekka Sulkunen

The 2013 Egyptian Coup and the State of Exception
Beau Mullen

The Fertile Grounds for ISIL Terrorism
Arno Tausch

When Freedom of Expression Says “No”: The Case against Academic Boycott
Mohammed Saif-Alden Wattad


Special Section on China: Chinese Values and Western Values: Clash, Coexistence, or Consensus?

Introduction
David Pan

The “Four Nevers,” Socialist Core Values, and “Western Values”
Flora Sapio

How Universal Are Human Values?
John Lagerwey

Western, Chinese, and Universal Values
Stephen C. Angle

The Constellation of Values: A Possible Path out of the Impasse of China–West Opposition
Huimin Jin

Under Non-Western Eyes: Chinese Values and Western Values in a Twenty-First-Century Media Ecology
Min Zhou


The Graves of Law: The Work of Jurisprudence in Bachofen’s Study of Tombs
Edward Mussawir

The Production of the Subject in Late Benjamin
Matteo Calla

Order and Disorder: A Poetics of Exception
Daniel Innerarity

June 15th, 2015 Posted by | China, Chinese philosophy - 中國哲學 - 中国哲学, Comparative philosophy, Comparative Political Theory, Journal News, Politics | no comments

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