The latest issue of Asian Philosophy (Volume 29, Number 2, 3 April 2019) has been published. See here or below for the Table of Contents.
Here is information on the current issue (volume 10 no. 1 / 2019 issue) of the peer-reviewed, open-access international journal Comparative Philosophy (ISSN 2151-6014), which came out in January 2019. This is also a special issue celebrating the 10th anniversary of the journal. Full text is available at the journal website www.comparativephilosophy.org.
The latest issue of Contemporary Chinese Thought (49:2) has just been published: an issue that I guest edited called “The Adolescence of Mainland New Confucianism.” The Table of Contents for the issue is here, and I believe you can freely download my introduction (also called “The Adolescence of Mainland New Confucianism”). The essays translated in the issue are:
- Li Minghui, I Disapprove of the Phrase “Mainland New Confucianism”
- Zeng Yi & Fang Xudong, Hong Kong/Taiwan New Confucianism Affirms Too Little of Traditional Chinese Politics (Parts 1 and 2)
- Chen Ming, Mainland New Confucianism’s Problematique, Discourse Paradigm, and Intellectual Pedigree Have Already Taken Shape
- Tang Wenming, Welcoming a New Stage of Confucian Revival
- Chen Yun, The Mainland Confucian Revival and Its Problems as Seen from the Perspective of “Civilizational Theory”
- Huang Yushun, Confucian Liberalism’s Judgment of “New Confucian Religion”
- Guo Qiyong, How to Properly View the New Developments of Mainland Confucianism
For the abstract of my Introduction, read on!
TOC, Early China, Volume 41 (2018)
Article links below give fulltext access