Author Archives: Aris Dashiell

In-Person Workshop: SFU Asian Philosophy

The Simon Fraser University Department of Philosophy is pleased to announce the SFU Asian Philosophy Workshop on April 27-28, 2024.

This year’s theme is Chinese Metaphysics and features talks by six scholars from around the world. For more information including updates about the schedule, please refer to the website.

Registration is not required but can be done by emailing here.

SDCF 2024 Summer Program

The Sinological Development Charitable Foundation Limited (SCDF) is happy to announce that they will be hosting the 9th Greater China Region Summer Program in Chinese Studies for 2024. This program is intended to happen both online and in person with participation from scholars and key opinion leaders. Scholar applications are due Sunday 28th of April, 2024. Additionally, there are scholarships available for accommodation at the university, meals, and a trip to Mainland China. Please click here for more information or the application forms.

Online Lecture: Confucianism and Kant

Professor Heisook Kim, of Ehwa Womans University (Seoul, Korea), is happy to announce that she will be giving an online lecture this Monday, March 19th at 9:00 pm (Standard Korean Time). The title of this lecture is “Knowledge without Transcendental Justification: An Examination of Confucianism through a Kantian Lens”. It should last for around an hour which will then be followed by a Q and A. Please click here to register to join the Zoom room!

MA Program: Renmin University

Renmin University of China in Being is happy to call for application to their two-year MA program in Chinese Philosophy, Religion and Culture (CPRC) at the School of Philosophy. All courses in the CPRC program are taught in English. It offers students an excellent opportunity to study Chinese philosophy and religion while living in China. Currently there are still scholarships available for students. The application period runs from November 15th, 2023 to April 30th, 2024. Interested students can contact Prof. Jifen Li  or Prof. Dennis Schiling. Please read below for more information about the program.

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Job Opening: Moravian University

Moravian University is happy to announce they are accepting applications for a new assistant/associate professor of philosophy beginning in Fall of 2024. Successful candidates will have a terminal degree (PhD preferred) in Philosophy or a closely related field. AOS: philosophy of science. AOC: artificial intelligence, value theory, and/or the history of philosophy (Western, Indigenous, and/or non-Western). Please click here for more information or to apply to this job. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Kin Cheung, Chair of Philosophy.

CFP: Defining Aesthetics through East Asian Philosophy

The Journal of East Asian Philosophy is happy to announce that they are now accepting papers for their special issue “Following the Brush: Defining Aesthetics through East Asian Philosophy”. These papers are meant to be on the broad topic of defining the field of aesthetics through an engagement with East Asian philosophy. Please read below for more information on submissions.

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