Warp, Weft, and Way

Chinese and Comparative Philosophy 中國哲學與比較哲學

Frontiers of Philosophy in China 6:2 TOC

Volume 6 Number 2 is now available on SpringerLink

In this issue:
Research Article
Between mind and trace — A research into the theories on Xin ? (Mind) of early Song Confucianism and Buddhism
Shiling Xiang
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Research Article
A new discourse on Xunzi’s philosophy of language
Chuanhua Peng
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Research Article
The subjectivity and Universality of virtues—An investigation based on Confucius’ and Aristotle’s views
Shenbai Liao
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Research Article
Marxism and morality: Reflections on the history of interpreting Marx in moral philosophy
Hongmei Qu
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Research Article
“Justice is happiness”?—An analysis of Plato’s strategies in response to challenges from the sophists
Limin Bao
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Research Article
Cooperation, competition, and democracy
Shaomeng Li
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Research Article
The ontology of musical works: A philosophical pseudo-problem
James O. Young
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Research Article
A study of experiential technology and scientific technology, exemplified by Chinese and western medicine
Song Tian
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Research Article
Various concepts of “supervenience” and their relations: A comment on Kim’s theory of supervenience
Xiaoping Chen
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Research Article
Implications of the Dutch Book: Following Ramsey’s axioms
Wei Xiong
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