Volume 19 Issue 2 of Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy has been published by Springer! Below is the table of contents and here is the link for accessing the abstracts.
hereby I would like to notify you of a workshop on “Mou Zongsan and Contemporary Philosophy” taking place this tuesday (June 16) at National Chengchi University in Taipei. The aim of this workshop is to re-think the legacy of one of the most important thinkers in the Chinese-speaking world in the 20th century, Mou Zongsan (1909-1995). In our global present, it is more urgent than ever to critically assess non-Western intellectual traditions and to understand better whether (and if so, how) these traditions can be defended philosophically effectively without falling into the traps of mere apologetics or cultural nationalism. The speakers will focus on central philosophical issues in Mou’s thinking, f.ex. “intellectual intuition”, “self-consciousness”, and “experience” and their potential relevance for contemporary philosophy.
Huang Yong writes to share this news:
Dao Companion to Chinese Philosophy of Logic (volume 12 in the series of Dao Companions to Chinese Philosophy), edited by Yiuming Fung, has just been published by Springer. Below is an overview of the book. Here is a link to the Dao Companions series.
The 5th Greater China Summer Workshop Program in Chinese Studies will be now held online. The program will start on July 17, 2020 and end on August 15, 2020. Applications for the online program will be open until June 19th, 2020.
In the online program, there are two types of participants:
Are expected to engage with the lectures, textbook, and pre-readings
As there are very limited places for Active Participants, some applicants may be placed on the waitlist
Can attend lectures and submit questions to the lecturers, but are not expected to engage with the course readings although they are highly advised to. Viewer places will be given according to the level of commitment.
Application forms to be an Active Participant or a Viewer and the program schedule can be found on the program’s website.
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Sor-hoon Tan and I are pleased to let you know that SEP is committed to developing more integrated entries that include perspectives from nonwestern philosophies. In the first instance, we’re seeking to provide cross-links between entries so that the Chinese philosophy entries don’t stand alone as just that. Continue reading →
A draft of the Ming Qing Studies 2020 has been published! The table of contents follows.
Below is information from Ming Qing Studies:
Applicants are encouraged to submit abstracts for the next issues of Ming Qing Studies. The contributions should concern Ming-Qing China in one or few of its most significant and multifaceted aspects, as well as on East Asian countries covering the same time period. All articles will be examined by our qualified peer reviewers. We welcome creative and fresh approaches to the field of Asian studies. Particularly appreciated will be the contributions on anthropological and social history, collective imagery, and interdisciplinary approaches to the Asian cultural studies. All submitted papers must be original and in good British English style according to our guidelines and editorial rules. Please email an abstract (300-500 words, plus a basic bibliography) in MS Word or pdf attachments along with your biographical information to the following contacts:
Prof. Paolo Santangelo (email@example.com)
Dr. M. Paola Culeddu (firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com)
Dr. Tommaso Previato (firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com)
Please mention your full name with academic title, university affiliation, department or home institution, title of paper and contact details in your email.
Deadlines: Abstract and bibliographical notes are due on June 30, 2020 and the article is due on December 31, 2020.
Bin Song will be giving a zoom talk about Confucianism as religion in light of Indonesia on June 20 at 8:00am EDT; for more information, please see this poster (which includes a QR code that can be scanned to register.
Hyoungchan Kim’s book, Korean Confucianism: The Philosophy and Politics of Toegye and Yulgok, has been published by Rowman & Littlefield. See here for more information.