Warp, Weft, and Way

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

TOC Journal of Chinese Philosophy 38:1

The lastest issue of JCP has been published on-line, with a special section on Legalism.

Special Theme

PREFACE: UNDERSTANDING LEGALISM IN CHINESE PHILOSOPHY (pages 1–3) CHUNG-YING CHENG

PRELIMINARY REMARKS: HAN FEI ZI—FIRST MODERN POLITICAL PHILOSOPHER? (pages 4–13) TONGDONG BAI

HAN FEI IN HIS CONTEXT: LEGALISM ON THE EVE OF THE QIN CONQUEST (pages 14–30) PETER R. MOODY

HANFEIZI AND MORAL SELF-CULTIVATION (pages 31–45) PHILIP J. IVANHOE

LEGALISM: CHINESE-STYLE CONSTITUTIONALISM? (pages 46–63) HENRIQUE SCHNEIDER

THE SOVEREIGN IN THE POLITICAL THOUGHT OF HANFEIZI AND THOMAS HOBBES (pages 64–72) A. P. MARTINICH

IS THE LAW IN THE WAY? ON THE SOURCE OF HAN FEI’S LAWS (pages 73–87) EIRIK LANG HARRIS

PERSISTENT MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT CHINESE “LEGALISM” (pages 88–104) PAUL R. GOLDIN

Articles

REFLECTIONS ON GLOCALIZATION FROM A NEO-CONFUCIAN PERSPECTIVE (pages 105–117) SHU-HSIEN LIU

EMOTIONALES IN CONFUCIANISM AND DAOISM: A NEW INTERPRETATION (pages 118–133) QINGPING LIU

INTERPRETATIONS OF VIRTUE (DE) IN EARLY CHINA (pages 134–150) ALAN K. L. CHAN

Book Reviews

The Imperative of Understanding: Chinese Philosophy, Comparative Philosophy, and Onto-Hermeneutics—A Tribute Volume Dedicated to Professor Chung-ying Cheng – Edited by On-cho Ng (pages 151–156) Tao Jiang

Beyond Liberal Democracy: Political Thinking for an East Asian Context – By Daniel A. Bell (pages 157–161) Sor-Hoon Tan

Ethos of Chinese Culture – By Wang Keping (pages 161–164) Alexandra Deligiorgi

News and Notes

INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON CHINESE PHILOSOPHY IN RECENT THIRTY YEARS (page 165) Junping Liu and Ying Xiong

THE SEVENTEENTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE FOR CHINESE PHILOSOPHY (page 166) Chenyang Li

February 26th, 2011 Posted by | Legalism, Tables of Contents | 5 comments

5 Responses to TOC Journal of Chinese Philosophy 38:1

  1. Joel Dietz says:

    Are we (non-Wesleyans) actually supposed to be able to access these links?

  2. Steve Angle says:

    Huh. Probably not, as I look at the URL’s that were generated by my cutting-and-pasting. Let me see what I can do. Thanks for calling this to my attention.

  3. Steve Angle says:

    Fixed. (Or, depending on your perspective, broken!)

  4. I see Alan Chan beat me with his paper on De. Still, it has a different focus than mine. I’d love to read it, but don’t see myself buying this issue anytime soon. If anyone wants to do me a favour, by all means …

    TIA

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