Warp, Weft, and Way

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

March 24, 2018
by Jenny Zhao
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International Workshop: Warp, Woof, Wen / Phoneme, Pattern, Pun – Structural Approaches to Early Chinese Texts

Wolfgang Behr and Lisa Indraccolo from the University of Zurich would like to circulate the following notice: The workshop titled “Warp, Woof, Wen / Phoneme, Pattern, Pun – Structural Approaches to Early Chinese Texts” is due to take place 12-14 April … Continue reading

February 13, 2018
by Jenny Zhao
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New Book: Ancient Greece and China Compared

A new volume titled Ancient Greece and China Compared has recently been published by Cambridge University Press, edited by G. E. R. Lloyd and Jingyi Jenny Zhao. The title features fourteen essays that compare different aspects of ancient Greece and China, together with an introduction by G. E. R. Lloyd and an afterword by Michael Loewe. Continue reading

January 14, 2015
by Jenny Zhao
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Publication of volume: Masters of Disguise? – Conceptions and Misconceptions of ‘Rhetoric’ in Chinese Antiquity

The volume Masters of Disguise? – Conceptions and Misconceptions of ‘Rhetoric’ in Chinese Antiquity, edited by Wolfgang Behr and Lisa Indraccolo, has recently been published in a special issue of Asiatische Studien/ Études Asiatiques. It can be accessed through http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/asia.2014.68.issue-4/issue-files/asia.2014.68.issue-4.xml for those who … Continue reading

June 20, 2013
by Jenny Zhao
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Conference: Masters of Disguise? Conceptions and Misconceptions of “Rhetoric” in Chinese Antiquity

NB: The library where the conference will be held has a limited capacity and participation in the conference is by invitation from the organisers only.

MASTERS OF DISGUISE?

CONCEPTIONS AND MISCONCEPTIONS OF “RHETORIC”IN CHINESE ANTIQUITY

Einsiedeln, Oechslin Library, 4th-6thSeptember 2013 Continue reading

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