Dao 10:4 Table of Contents November 29, 2011 The latest issue of Dao has appeared online. In this issue: Zhuangzi’s Cheng Xin and its Implications for Virtue and Perspectives Chong Kim-chong Abstract Full text PDF A Different Type of Individualism in Zhuangzi Xu Keqian 徐克謙 Abstract Full text PDF Two Notions of Freedom in Classical Chinese Thought: The Concept of Hua 化 in the Zhuangzi and the Xunzi Jiang Tao Abstract Full text PDF Perspectivism as a Way of Knowing in the Zhuangzi Tim Connolly Abstract Full text PDF The Doubleness of Craft: Motifs of Technical Action in Life Praxis according to Aristotle and Zhuangzi David Machek Abstract Full text PDF A Note on the Xunzi’s Explanation of Xing 性 Eric L. Hutton Abstract Full text PDF Reply to Hutton Dan Robins Abstract Full text PDF A Short Response to Edward Slingerland Hans-Georg Moeller Abstract Full text PDF Reply to Prof. Moeller’s Response Edward Slingerland Abstract Full text PDF Remembering Mass: Response to Yang Xiaomei Chad Hansen Abstract Full text PDF Chak, Chi-shing 翟志成, The Number One Philosopher in Modern China: Five Essays on FengYoulan 當代中國哲學第一人:五論馮友蘭 Honkei Lai Abstract Full text PDF Ian Johnston, The Mozi: A Complete Translation Dan Robins Abstract Full text PDF Liao, Mingchun 廖名春, Collected Essays on the Silk Texts of Zhouyi 帛書《周易》論集 Wu Ning Abstract Full text PDF Jin Y. Park (ed.), Comparative Political Theory and Cross-Cultural Philosophy: Essays in Honor of Hwa Yol Jung Sungmoon Kim Abstract Full text PDF Van Norden, Bryan, Introduction to Classical Chinese Philosophy Alexus McLeod Abstract Full text PDF Wu, Zhen 吳震: On Taizhou School 泰州學派研究 Liu Liangjian Abstract Full text PDF
Just took a look at this and noticed that there are contributions by several people associated with the blog in this issue: regular contributors Alexus McLeod and Dan Robins, erstwhile contributors Chad Hansen and Hans-Georg Moeller, and Facebook friend Tao Jiang. I’m looking forward to reading this issue!
Interesting “free-riding” feature of Springer — you can access Dao’s “most downloaded” articles for free, here: http://www.springer.com/philosophy/journal/11712?hideChart=1#realtime. I imagine the list changes in the obvious way. Two of the pieces in this issue are there as of 10:00 a.m. Eastern Standard Time, today (Dec. 3), the Tao Jiang piece and the Chong Kim-Chong, along with a number of others from previous issues.