Springer has recently published issue 22:2 of Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy. In this issue, there are 13 different articles. Please read below for a table of contents.
On “Knowledge To” and Wang Yangming
Why Does Confucius Think that Virtue Is Good for Oneself?
Famine, Affluence, and Confucianism: Reconstructing a Confucian Perspective on Global Distributive Justice
Zhuangzi and the Issue of Human Nature
“Freedom In”: A Daoist Response to Isaiah Berlin
Christine Abigail L. Tan
Zhu Xi on Emotional Ambivalence
The State of the Field Report IX*: Contemporary Chinese Studies of Zhuangzian Wang(Forgetting)
Chen, Bing 陳兵, Buddhist Meditation Studies 佛教禪定學, 3 vols.
Chen, Qiaojian 陳喬見, The Genealogy of Yi: Justice and Public Tradition in Ancient China 義的譜系: 中國古代的正義與公共傳統
Harris, Eirik Lang, and Henrique Schneider, eds., Adventures in Chinese Realism: Classic Philosophy Applied to Contemporary Issues
Lynn, Richard John, Zhuangzi: A New Translation of the Sayings of Master Zhuang as Interpreted by Guo Xiang
Paul J. D’Ambrosio
Ro, Young-chan, ed., Dao Companion to Korean Confucian Philosophy
Wong, Wai Ying 黄慧英, Understanding Confucian Ethics 解證儒家倫理