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Journal of Confucian Philosophy and Culture: Issue 37

The Journal of Confucian Philosophy and Culture is happy to announce the publication of Issue 37. This is a special issue guest-edited by Brad Cokelet. The Journal is published biannually (in February and August) and welcomes contributions of both articles and book reviews by qualified authors from around the world. Click here to see the full volume online. Read below for more information about the edition and the specific authors.

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New Journal: Journal of Social and Political Philosophy

The Journal of Social and Political Philosophy has published its first issue, featuring an article by Sor-hoon Tan (“The Crisis of Liberal Democracy and the Confucian Challenge: A Pragmatist Response”), a roundtable on Bai Tongdong’s book Against Political Equality: The Confucian Case, and lots of other interesting content. The journal’s description reads as follows (my emphasis):

Journal of Social and Political Philosophy (JSPP) provides a forum in which to address the new challenges facing social and political thought in the twenty-first century. JSPP publishes material of the highest quality regardless of philosophical, ideological or methodological orientation within social and political philosophy. Our aim is to provide a venue for original contributions to social and political philosophy from a range of disciplines, traditions and civilizational perspectives.

JSPP especially welcomes contributions dealing with contemporary encounters, debates and controversies involving Western social and political thought and East Asian approaches, including but not limited to Chinese traditions. It seeks to promote dynamic engagement between East Asian and Western approaches to social and political philosophy, including new fields of normative inquiry that cut across otherwise distinct traditions. JSPP supports informed cross-cultural conversation between these different approaches.

Contributions to the history of political thought are welcome where these bear on issues of contemporary concern. JSPP’s scope does not include material dealing with empirical, public policy or day to day political issues, but does include philosophical contributions that incorporate results of social scientific research.

JSPP publishes research articles, critical responses, book reviews, review essays, and symposia on books of particular importance.

Seems like a significant new venue!

ToC:Asian Philosophy, Volume 31, Issue 4 (2021)

Existence as a first-order predicate: Themes from Mirdamad
Davood Hosseini
Pages 353-367

Re-visiting the role of craft in Zhuangzi’s philosophy
Raymond W.K. Lau
Pages 368-384

Historical materialism in medieval China: The cases of Liu Zongyuan (773-819) and Li Gou (1009-1059)
Dawid Rogacz
Pages 385-401

Eastern and Western creativity of tradition
ConRong Wang
Pages 402-413

On self-deception: from the perspective of Zhu Xi’s moral psychology
Kaili Wang
Pages 414-429

Is Mohism really li-promotionalism?
Yun Wu & Amin Ebrahimi Afrouzi
Pages 430-440

TOC: Journal of Chinese Studies  no. 73 July 2021

中國文化研究所  Institute of Chinese Studies

中國文化研究所學報73 20217

Journal of Chinese Studies  no. 73 July 2021

【論 文 Articles】

  1. 許起山 論宋高宗朝後期的科舉及政局
  2. Ya Zuo Male Tears in Song China (960–1279)
  3. 張錦少 北京大學所藏高郵王氏手稿的流布與現狀考實
  4. 陸駿元 章太炎《左傳》研究之轉變——基於魏三體石經之啟發

【書 評 Book Reviews】

  1. T. H. Barrett, Women in Tang China. By Bret Hinsch.
  2. Wing-cheuk Chan, Xiong Shili’s Understanding of Reality and Function, 1920–1937. By Yu Sang.
  3. Karl-Heinz Pohl, Becoming Human: Li Zehou’s Ethics. By Jana S. Rošker.
  4. Morris Rossabi, Tea War: A History of Capitalism in China and India. By Andrew B. Liu.
  5. Wilt L. Idema, The Lady of Linshui Pacifies Demons: A Seventeenth-Century Novel. Translated by Kristin Ingrid Fryklund. Introduction by Mark Edward Lewis and Brigittez Baptandier. Annotations by Brigitte Baptandier.
  6. Peter Lorge, The Making of Song Dynasty History: Sources and Narratives, 960–1279. By Charles Hartman.
  7. Ellen Widmer, Further Adventures on the Journey to the West. By Master of Silent Whistle Studio.Translated by Qiancheng Li and Robert E. Hegel.
  8. François Gipouloux, Whampoa and the Canton Trade: Life and Death in a Chinese Port, 1700–1842. By Paul A. Van Dyke.
  9. Ann Waltner, Transmutations of Desire: Literature and Rebellion in Late Imperial China. By Li Qiancheng.
  10. Evelyn S. Rawski, Where Dragon Veins Meet: The Kangxi Emperor and  His Estate at Rehe. By Stephen H. Whiteman.
  11. Scott Pearce, China’s Northern Wei Dynasty, 386–535: The Struggle for Legitimacy. By Puning Liu.
  12. Lothar von Falkenhausen, Zhou History Unearthed: The Bamboo Manuscript Xinian and Early Chinese Historiography. By Yuri Pines.
  13. Joseph P. McDermott, Circulating the Code: Print Media and Legal Knowledge in Qing China. By Ting Zhang.
  14. Michael Hunter, Honor and Shame in Early China. By Mark Edward Lewis.

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