The latest issue of 《当代儒学》(Contemporary Confucianism) has been published, including a special section on “Liberal Confucianism.” The Table of Contents follows below.
The latest issue (vol. 2, no. 2) of the Journal of World Philosophies has been published, including a symposium called “Are Certain Knowledge Frameworks More Congenial to the Aims of Cross-Cultural Philosophy?” with Leigh Jenco, Steve Fuller, David H. Kim, Thaddeus Metz, Miljana Milojevic.
The latest issue of the Journal of Daoist Studies has been published. It can be ordered from http://threepinespress.com/, and the Table of Contents is below.
The latest issue of FPC is available, with a focus on “Contemporary Explorations of the Thought of Laozi.” Read on for the details.
Vol. 45, no. 2 (November 2017) of the Journal of Chinese Religions is now online at http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/yjch20/45/2?nav=tocList. This issue contains reviews of several recent books in Chinese philosophy.
The Journal of Confucian Philosophy and Culture, Vol. 28 / August 2017, has been published. The full contents are available via this link; the Table of Contents follows.
Issue 16:3 of Dao has been published; details are here and below.
Volume 3 of the Journal of Chinese Humanities has been published. Among other things, it contains an interesting discussion of the trend toward “indigenization” in Chinese humanities, and the connection of this to Confucianism, by Wang Xuedian; and a review by Joshua Mason of Huang Yushun’s English-language book, Voice from the East: The Chinese Theory of Justice (translated by Hou Pingping and Wang Keyou; Reading, UK: Paths International, 2016). The Table of Contents is here.
The latest issue of the free, open-access journal Comparative Philosophy is available here and below. It features a special section on “Comparative Chinese-Western Epistemology.”
Volume 12, Issue 2 of Frontiers of Philosophy in China, as special issue on environmental ethics, has been published. The Table of Contents is here and below; note that the content is currently freely available for download. Continue reading “Latest issue of Frontiers of Philosophy in China”
A new issue of the Journal of Chinese Philosophy has been published: a special issue devoted to “Time, Space, and Mind: Roots of Humanity.” See here; and the Table of Contents follows.
The latest issue of Dao is now available (16:2, June 2017) . The Table of Contents follows.
The latest issue of the Journal of Confucian Philosophy and Culture, published by Sungkyunkwan University in Seoul (Vol. 27 / February 2017), is — like all issues of the journal — is available on line here. The list of articles is also below. Enjoy!
Table of Contents for the latest issue of Frontiers of Philosophy in China follows…
Vol. 45, no.1 (May 2017) of the Journal of Chinese Religions is now available online, and it contains a number of articles and especially reviews that will be of interest to many readers of this blog. The Table of Contents is below.
Continue reading “New JCR issue with several reviews of Chinese philosophy books”
The Journal of Chinese Philosophy fell behind a bit in its publication schedule, but is now working to catch up, and has recently published 42(1-2), March-June 2015; and 42(3-4), September-December 2015. Tables of Contents for both issues are below.
The latest issue of Dao (16:1, 2017) has been published; the Table of Contents is available here.
Ben Hammer of Shandong University writes:
The Journal of Chinese Humanities has just released Volume 3.1 on the subject MYTH AND LEGEND IN ANCIENT CHINA.
This issue includes articles from top Chinese scholars and a piece by Early China editor Sarah Allan that responds to new findings out of China with implications for the historicity of the Xia Dynasty.
Our next issue is on the theme Wei and Jin Dynasty Xuan Xue, and we are now accepting submissions. See our website for submission details.
The latest issue (47:4) of Contemporary Chinese Thought is available here; it is titled “Five Voices in Chinese Christian Thought.” Other recent issues are available through that same link, including:
- 47:3: Max Ko-wu Huang on the Translation of Democracy during the Transitional Period of Modern China (1895-1925)
- 47:2: Chinese Academic Views on Shang Yang Since the Open-Up-and-Reform Era
- 47:1: Recent Additions to the New Qing History Debate
Comparative Philosophy 8:1 (2017) has been published; see here. I will also paste the Table of Contents below.
Frontiers of Philosophy in China 11:4 (2016), including a Special Theme on Philosophical Aspects of Management, Governance, and Organization in China
The latest issue of the Journal of Daoist Studies (vol 10, 2017) has been published. Details are available here.
The latest issue of Frontiers of Philosophy in China is now available. Below, please find the table of contents and see the link for more information:
Philosophy East & West 67:1 (January 2017) has been published, including a special feature of Joseph Chan’s book Confucian Perfectionism and a discussion of the Confucian idea of harmony with Chenyang Li and others. More information here.
The latest issue of Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy (15:4, December 2016) has been published; it includes articles on the methodology of comparative philosophy, on Peimin Ni’s arguments concerning Confucianism and human dignity (and a reply from Prof. Ni), and much more.
I am pleased to share the news that Eric Hutton’s much-anticipated Dao Companion to the Philosophy of Xunzi has been published. Click here for more information and to download the back matter and front matter for free (this includes the introduction).
A list of chapters and contributors is below the fold.
I seem to have posted the Tables of Contents of FPC 11:1 and 11:3, but never 11:2. The Table of Contents for issue 11:2, with a special section on excavated manuscripts, is available here.
Frontiers of Philosophy in China Vol.11, No.3, 2016
Table of Contents
Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy, Volume 15, Issue 3, September 2016
The latest issue of Frontiers of Philosophy in China has been published, with a special focus on the challenge that excavated texts pose to Chinese philosophical research today. Until the end of August, the full issue (full text) is available here to read or download. The full Table of Contents follows.
The newest issue of the on-line journal Comparative Philosophy (7:2) has been published. Articles are available at the journal’s website.
The latest issue of Asian Philosophy has been published; see here for the Table of Contents.
The latest issue of FPC has been published. Until June 1, 2016, the full text is available here. The Table of contents is below.
The latest issue of Dao (15:1) has been published; the table of contents is here, and also pasted below. As usual, it is full of lots of good stuff!
The latest issue of Frontiers of Philosophy in China (10:4) has now been published, and articles and reviews can be downloaded for free here. Enjoy!
The latest issue of Asian Philosophy has been published, with several articles on Daoism, among other things. See here.
【Current Issue: Vol.10, No.3, 2015】
Available at: http://journal.hep.com.cn/fpc
Special Theme: Zhuangzi’s Philosophy
Early China 38 (2015) is now in print. To subscribe to Early China and become a member of the Society go to http://journals.cambridge.org/action/memServHome?name=SSECHome.
EARLY CHINA 38 (2015)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
I seem to have fallen down on the job of keeping up with the on-line journal Comparative Philosophy; two 2015 issues (6:1 and 6:2) are available, full of good stuff, including a debate over Wang Chong and an elegant argument about why the current discipline of Western philosophy needs to change if it is to be able to learn fully from non-Western traditions like Confucianism.
A new issue of Asian Philosophy is available and can be found here.
The latest issue of Frontiers of Philosophy in China has been published. The table of contents is also located below:
I’m not sure for how long, but the current Journal of Chinese Philosophy is available for free access here: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jocp.2014.41.issue-1-2/issuetoc . Though it is the most recent and current, Volume 41, it is dated March – June 2014.
The new issue of Philosophy Compass features two articles dealing with Chinese philosophy, continuing its consistent string of high-quality articles in our area.
The latest issue of Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy has been published. The Table of Contents is here. Among other things, it contains an article by David Wong called “Early Confucian Philosophy and the Development of Compassion,” along with replies to Wong’s essay by several scholar.
Asian Philosophy 25:1 is out, available here. Among other things, it includes Yong Li’s interesting “Adaptionism and Early Confucian Moral Psychology,” which criticizes Ryan Nichols’ earlier effort to provide an evolution-based analysis of Confucian moral psychology.
The latest issue of Frontiers of Philosophy in China has been published. Enjoy!
Read on for the table of contents of the new issue of South China Quarterly 《南國學術》:
Asian Philosophy 24:4 has been published:
From Sarah Allan (editor): Early China 37 (2014) is now available. You need this journal and the Society for the Study of Early China needs your support. We have kept the price down, only $60 for a regular membership and $40 for a student or retired person, and you get online access as well as the print version. Please subscribe NOW at: http://journals.cambridge.org/action/memServHome?name=SSECHome. Table of Contents follows….
The University of Macau has begun publishing a new journal,《南國學術 》(South China Quarterly), the contents of which are available on-line here. I will post the Tables of Contents of the latest issue (no. 3) and the upcoming issue (no. 4) below.
Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy Volume 13, Issue 3, September 2014
The Table of Contents of the latest issue of Frontiers of Philosophy in China is available.
Click here for the Table of Contents of the latest issue of Asian Philosophy.
The June, 2014 issue of Dao has been published; its Table of Contents is here. We expect to continue our new custom of hosting a discussion of one of the articles; more information on that will be forthcoming soon.
This may be old news to many of you, but until recently, I was unaware of the special issue of Sophia devoted to ritual in Chinese philosophy, which contains a number of excellent articles. Read on for the Table of Contents.