Warp, Weft, and Way

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

Volume of Reviews Published On-Line

I am very happy to announce that a collection of fifteen review essays — all written by my students — has now been published on-line. The volume is titled Comparative Philosophy: Reviewing the State of the Art, and is available here. I have also written an Introduction that reflects on the changing nature of comparative philosophy today. The Table of Contents for the book appears below.

o. Introduction — Stephen C. Angle 1

Part 1: Pairs                                                                                                                                       

1. Transcending Tradition through Virtue Ethics — Daniel J. Lemieux

A Review of Jiyuan Yu, The Ethics of Confucius and Aristotle: Mirrors of Virtue

2. Understanding a New Type of Religion — Gwendolyn R. Pastor

A Review of Ge Ling Shang, Liberation as Affirmation: The Religiosity of Zhuangzi and Nietzsche

3. Work Hard, Study Hard, Practice Hard — Jennie He

A Review of Aaron Stalnaker, Overcoming Our Evil: Human Nature and Spiritual Exercises in Xunzi and Augustine

Part 2: Sequences                                                                                                                                4. Beyond Convention — Gabrielle Parke

A Review of Katrin Froese, Ethics Unbound: Chinese and Western Perspectives on Morality

5. The Problem Below — Adam McGill

A Review of Asher Walden, The Metaphysics of Kindness: Comparative Studies in Religious Meta-Ethics

Part 3: Contemporary Applications                                                                                                  

6. Civil Citizenry — Anthony P. Barker

A Review of Joseph Chan, Confucian Perfectionism: A Political Philosophy for Modern Times

7. Early Confucian Family Values and Contemporary Western Society — Luke Macdonald

A Review of Erin M Cline, Families of Virtue: Confucian and Western Views on Childhood Development

Part 4: Perspectives on Neo-Confucianism                                                                                        8. Luminosity on the Move — Mitchell Lee

A Review of Douglas Berger, Encounters of Mind: Luminosity and Personhood in Indian and Chinese Thought

9. Metaphysical Modularity — Erik Hall

A Review of Yong Huang, Why Be Moral? Learning from the Neo-Confucian Cheng Brothers

Part 4: Global Philosophy                                                                                                                  10. Warming Which Olds to Know Whose New? (溫何故, 知誰新?回應李明輝之《儒家與康德》) — Maxwell Fong

A Review of Lee Ming-Huei, Confucianism and Kant 《儒家與康德》

11. Towards a Unity of Knowledge and Action — Justin Ho

A Review of Warren G. Frisina, The Unity of Knowledge and Action: Toward a Nonrepresentational Theory of Knowledge

12. Varieties of Comparison — Jonah Herwitz

A Review of Owen Flanagan, The Geography of Morals: Varieties of Moral Possibility

Part 5: New Methodologies                                                                                                                13. Culture Mapping: Philosophizing the Other — Hein Jeong

A Review of C. Fred Alford, Think No Evil: Korean value in the age of globalization

14. The Windmills of Your Mind — Bryce Fintel

A Review of Brook Ziporyn, Being and Ambiguity: Philosophical Experiments with Tiantai Buddhism

15. Practical Deparochialization — Sitar Terrass-Shah

A Review of Leigh Jenco, Changing Referents

June 15th, 2016 Posted by | Book Review, Books of Interest, Chinese philosophy - 中國哲學 - 中国哲学, Comparative philosophy | 2 comments

2 Responses to Volume of Reviews Published On-Line

  1. Maxwell Fong says:

    Thanks for publishing this Professor! Much appreciated.

    Reply
  2. Michael Ing says:

    Great idea, Steve!

    Reply

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