SACP Panels at the APA East

Chinese philosophy panels sponsored by the SACP at the Eastern APA:

FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 28th

GII – 10.  Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy

9:00 a.m. – 12 Noon

Topic: Mind and World in Classical Chinese Philosophy

Chair: David Chai (University of Toronto)

Speakers: Susan Blake (Indiana University)

“A problem of the senses in Chinese thought”

Alexus McLeod (University of Dayton)

“The real problem of identity in the Zhuangzi

Stephen Walker (University of Chicago)

“What kind of knowledge does a monist have?”

Commentator: Jane Geaney (University of Richmond)

(This session will continue past 11:00 a.m.)

 

SATURDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 29th

GIX – 5.  Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy

1:30 – 4:30 p.m.

Topic: Language, Law, and Spirituality in Early China

Chair: Jinmei Yuan

Speakers: Thomas D. Carroll (Xing Wei College – Shanghai)

“Confucius and Wittgenstein on the Ethics of Clarification”

David Chai (University of Toronto)

“Ziqi and Yan Hui on Forgetting”

Eirik Harris (Yonsei University – Korea)

“Xunzi’s Virtue Jurisprudence”

Huaiyu Wang (Georgia College and State University)

“Virtue, Soul Force, and Cosmology: Recovering the True Meanings of Early Confucian Moral Personality”

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