New Article: Beaney, Swimming Happily in Chinese Logic

Michael Beaney has recently published “Swimming Happily in Chinese Logic” in the Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society; full text is available on-line here. The abstract:

Dipping in Chinese waters
pulled and pushed by Mo
we see how Zhuangzi caught us
like the happy fish we know
we follow their flow
words matching as they sort us
Enjoy!

4 replies on “New Article: Beaney, Swimming Happily in Chinese Logic”

  1. Trying to figure out how to cite it. The information that pops up when you click the “cite” button is: “Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, aoab010.” What is aoab010?

  2. Rina Camus says:

    Worked well for me. “Cite” button led to: Michael Beaney, XIV—Swimming Happily in Chinese Logic, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 2021;, aoab010, https://doi.org/10.1093/arisoc/aoab010

  3. Rina Camus says:

    Wait – that’s right: why is there an “aoab010” in the middle of the citation…

  4. Having been away from the academic world for some time now, it is a pleasure to have access to this article, which looks quite intriguing. Thanks for sharing.

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