Warp, Weft, and Way

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

TOC: New issue of Comparative Philosophy

Comparative Philosophy 8:1 (2017) has been published; see here. I will also paste the Table of Contents below.

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Articles

Neither ātman Nor anattā: Tapering Our Conception of Selfhood
Roman BRIGGS

Between the Internal and the External: Kant’s and Patañjali’s Arguments for the Reality of Physical Objects and Their Independence from Mind
Ana Laura FUNES MADEREY

Moral Practice in Late Stoicism and Buddhist Meditation
Michael GOERGER

Malagasy Time Conceptions
Casey WOODLING

Constructive-Engagement Dialogue

Searle’s Master Insight and the Non-Dual Solution of the Sixth Patriarch: Sorting Through Some Problems of Consciousness
Robert E. ALLINSON

Searle and Buddhism on the Non-Self
Soraj HONGLADAROM

Fiction as an Institution
A. P. MARTINICH

The Perspective and Perspective-Transcending Dimensions of Consciousness and Its Double-Aboutness Character: Bridging Searle and Zhuang Zi
Bo MOU

Content Individuation and Evolutionary Content Emergence
Yujian ZHENG

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