The CEACOP is happy to announce that they will have a new seminar this Friday, March 3rd at 2pm (HKT). The speaker is Ahyoung Lee (Ph.D. Candidate, City University of Hong Kong) and her talk is “On Han Fei’s Enlightened Ruler”. The seminar will take place via Zoom, please click here for the poster for the event. Read below for the Zoom information.
Category Archives: Comparative philosophy
ToC: Dao 22:1
Springer has recently published issue 22:1 of Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy. In this issue there are 14 different articles. Please read below for a table of contents.
ISCWP January 2023 Newsletter
The ISCWP January 2023 Newsletter, which includes members’ updates and a call for book manuscripts, is available here: http://www.iscwp.org/news.html.
ToC: Asian Philosophy 33:1
Issue 33:1 of Asian Philosophy has been published. In this issue, published in January 2023, there are six articles. Read below for the table of contents.
Article of Interest: Extending Kindness: A Confucian Account
Waldemar Brys’ article “Extending Kindness: A Confucian Account” has recently been published in the Pacific Philosophical Quarterly. In this article, Brys argues that kindness cannot do all the theoretical work that Mengzi wants it to do if one interprets it as an emotion. Brys concludes in this article that the notion of extending kindness is best understood as the exercise of a capacity for intelligently performing kind actions. Please click here to read the article.
Workshop on Jiwei Ci’s Political Philosophy
On February 6 (10:00-18:00 PT), there will be a hybrid workshop dedicated to Professor Jiwei Ci’s political philosophy at UC Berkeley. Scan the QR Code in the poster or use this link to register for Zoom participation:
Prof. Ci recently retired from the Department of Philosophy at HKU, where he had taught for decades. Throughout his career, he dedicates himself to the study of important theoretical questions about agency, morality, and democracy by reflecting upon key issues in contemporary China. His scholarship revolutionizes the way of theorizing Chinese politics through the lens of political theory and intellectual history.
New Book: Acharya, et al, eds., Bridging Two Worlds
The University of California Press with support from the Berggruen Institute has published Amitav Acharya, Daniel A. Bell, Rajeev Bhargava, and Yan Xuetong, eds., Bridging Two Worlds: Comparing Classical Political Thought and Statecraft in India and China. The full text is available for download here; the Table of Contents is below.
CFP: Feminisms with Chinese Charaterstics
Cha: An Asian Literary Journal and Chinese Literature and Thought Today are happy to announce they are accepting creative pieces for their up-and-coming collaboration related to Feminisms with Chinese Characteristics. Submission Date: Friday 23 December 2022.
Aeon Essay: We are interwoven beings
Online Lecture: Art and Morality from Mao Zedong to Xi Jinping
The USF Center for Asia Pacific Studies is happy to announce that they will be hosting a hybrid lecture on art and morality from Mao Zedong’s 1942 Yenan Talks to Xi Jinping’s 2014 speech on artistic practice. For this lecture the university is welcoming Professor Eva Man. Please click here to register and here for the event link.
Event Date: November 30th, 5:30-6:45pm (PST)