The latest issue of Asian Philosophy has been published. The Table of Contents:
“The Chinese concept of tolerance and the epochal spirit”
by Xunwu Chen
“Mindful wisdom: The path integrating memory, judgment, and attention”
By Marc-Henri Deroche
“Arthur Danto as a Zen master: an interpretation of Danto’s philosophy of art from a Zen perspective”
By Peng Feng
“The meanings of Zheng 正 in the Daoist classics”
By Joshua Mason
“Chinese philosophy of life, relational ethics and the COVID-19 pandemic”
By Jana S. Rošker
“Contrasting tools of thought: Chinese correlations and Western analogies”
By Travis Walker
“‘Confucianization of law’ revisited”
By Chi Zeng
Below are a list of reviews from the January 2021 edition of The China Journal, including reviews of “Democracy in China: The Coming Crisis”, by Jiwei Ci and “Handbook on Human Rights in China”, edited by Sarah Biddulph and Joshua Rosenzweig.
The full issue can be downloaded at the above link. Articles include “Confucian Humanism and the Importance of Female Education,” “The Problem of the Authenticity of the Aesthetic Concept qiyun shengdong: Xu Fuguan’s Analysis and Interpretation,” and many others.
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【Current Issue: Vol.15, No.4, 2020】
Available at: http://journal.hep.com.cn/fpc
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The latest issue of Asian Philosophy (30:4) has been published. The Table of Contents:
Reconciling Confucianism with rule of law: Confucianisation or self-restraint?
The spaciousness of self-awareness: A phenomenological account of self-reflexivity in Patañjali´s Yoga philosophy
Ana Funes Maderey
Is dharma-nature identical to ignorance? A study of ‘ji ’ in early Tiantai Buddhism
The inversion of values and the renunciation of desire and love: an investigation through Max Scheler and Wang Yangming
Xunzi: Moral education and transformation
The problem of evil in the Neo-Confucian context: Wang Yangming’s view on evil
Asian Philosophy 30:3 has been published, with articles on Zhuangzi, Li Zehou, gender in Korean Neo-Confucianism, and more. Details are here.