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Chinese and Comparative Philosophy 中國哲學與比較哲學

TOC: Dao, Volume 19 Issue 2

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Volume 19 Issue 2 of Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy has been published by Springer! Below is the table of contents and here is the link for accessing the abstracts.

Straightforward Reading, Injective Interpretation, and Scientific Implication: On the Mencian Theory of Human Nature
Xiaogan Liu

Do Filial Values Corrupt? How Can We Know? Clarifying and Assessing the Recent Confucian Debate
Hagop Sarkissian

Confucian Democrats, Not Confucian Democracy
Shaun O’Dwyer

“What Did the Emperor Ever Say?”—The Public Transcript of Confucian Political Obligation
Shu-Shan Lee

Yi Gan’s Inclination Toward The Learning Of The Mind-Heart In The 18th Century: A Comparison With Wang Yangming’s Mind-Heart Philosophy
Byeongsam Sun

The Mohist Notion of Gongyi
Yun Wu & Amin Ebrahimi Afrouzi

Is Zhuangzi a Wanton? Observation and Transformation of Desires in the Zhuangzi
Jenny Hung

Duh, Bau-Ruei 杜保瑞, The Views of Truth in Chinese Philosophy of Life 中國生命哲學真理觀
Lin Ma

Hsieh, Shu-wei 謝世維, Syncretic Traditions of Daoism and Esoteric Buddhism: A Study on Daoist and Esoteric Buddhist Cultures 道密法圓——道教與密教之文化研究
Shiyang Weng

Pang-White, Ann A., trans., The Confucian Four Books for Women
Lili Zhang

Shusterman, Richard, The Adventures of the Man in Gold: Paths between Art and Life. Photographs
Yann Toma Ellen Y. Zhang

Xie, Xiaodong 謝曉東, Human Nature, Good Government, and Justice: On Pre-Qin Confucianism and Classical Liberalism 人性、優良政府與正義——政治哲學視角下的先秦儒學與古典自由主義研究
Huilan Zhu

Yeo, K. K., Musing with Confucius and Paul: Toward a Chinese Christian Theology
Wei Hua

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