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)
Sun Yet-sen University is happy to announce that they will be hosting the 33rd Comparative Philosophy Workshop:
Topic: “It all lies in showing the proper countenance: Confucian relationality as ethical challenge.”
Speaker: Sor-hoon TAN (Professor of Philosophy, Singapore Management University)
Moderator: Jun-Hyeok KWAK (Professor of Philosophy (Zhuhai), Sun Yat-sen University)
Time: November 24th, 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm (Beijing Time)
Virtual Meeting through VooV
Please click here to sign up and here for more information about the workshop.
Sor-hoon TAN is Professor of Philosophy and Academic Director of Politics, Law and Economics at Singapore Management University. Professor TAN received her Ph.D. from the University of Hawaii at Manoa in 2000 and before joining the faculty of Singapore Management University, she taught at National University of Singapore. Her main teaching and research interests are in Confucianism, Chinese Political Thought, John Dewey’s Pragmatist Philosophy, and Democratic Theory. She has published numerous books and articles including Confucian Democracy — A Deweyan Reconstruction of Confucianism (State University of New York, 2004) and Bloomsbury Research Handbook of Chinese Philosophy Methodologies (Bloomsbury 2016).
The Sun Yat-sen University is happy to announce that they are hosting the 31st Comparative Philosophy Workshop: Franklin Perkins will present “The Problem of Evil in Early Chinese Philosophy.” The workshop will be held virtually from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM (Beijing Time), on November 11th (Friday), 2022. Click here to sign up for the workshop. Should you have any question about the meeting, please email to the workshop coordinator, JIA Yongze email@example.com
The Department of Philosophy at the University of Warwick is pleased to invite individuals to a Philosophy Seminar Series. The seminars will take place between 3:00 pm and 4:30 pm (UK time) on MS Teams and will have a multitude of different topics and speakers. Please read below to see registration for different lectures and their respective topics. Click here for the program.
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The Center for Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Studies at Universität Tübingen is sponsoring a series of four on-line lectures titled “Tianxia (and its critique).” All lectures take place online at 2 pm CEST (8 am U.S., 8 pm China):
22 Sep — Tingyang Zhao: “The maze of Tianxia–all-under-heaven”
20 Oct — Stephen Angle: “The Limits of Tianxia”
17 Nov — Georg Stenger: tba
15 Dec — Aurélie Névot: “From tianxia to tianxia-ism”
All lectures will be available at: this zoom link.
Please contact the organizer, Dr. Niels Weidtmann, with any questions.
The Coffee Time Talks on Chinese Thought series at Saint Louis University, sponsored by the Center for Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, will be hosting a Zoom lecture by Professor Brook Ziporyn on Wednesday, September 21st from 10:00-11:30 AM CST. The lecture is titled “What No One Laughs At Cannot Be Dao: On What Kind of Garbage is the Dao?”.
Zoom ID: 984 9500 6071
Click here for the flyer.
Professor Soon-ja Yang at Chonnam National University (South Korea) will be giving the first CEACOP seminar of the Fall 2022 semester via Zoom. The title of her talk is “Politics, Language, and Mind in Early Chinese Legalist Ideas” and it is scheduled at 4pm, Friday, September 9 (HKT) / 4am, Friday, Sept 9 (EST). Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register and click here for the flyer.
Fion Wu is happy to announce the launch of the International Society of East Asian Philosophy’s Youtube channel. It is a non-profit academic consortium that promotes global intellectual exchanges on East Asian philosophy. The ISEAP aims at opening up the philosophical potential embedded in East Asia, including the interplay with Western and non-Western philosophy. On the page, you can find some presentations of the ISEAP 2021 Conference and they hope to have a 2022 conference in person this year! The channel is fairly new and appreciates any support that can be offered!
I’d like to bring to your attention three upcoming talks at Rutgers Center for Chinese Studies. They are open to the public, but registration is required. Click on the titles to get more info and to register: