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Comparative Approaches to Chinese Philosophy

by Bo Mou

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Published by Ashgate Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Modern Western philosophy, c 1600 to the present,
  • Oriental & Indian philosophy,
  • Philosophy,
  • China,
  • Criticism,
  • Eastern,
  • General,
  • Philosophy, Chinese

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesAshgate World Philosophy Series
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages332
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7989723M
    ISBN 100754605086
    ISBN 109780754605089

      Comparative philosophy is philosophy, as Wilhelm Halbfass once wrote, to the extent that it aims at self-understanding, including its own process and indeed its very possibility as an element of its subject ambitious book by Lin Ma and Jaap van Brakel is concerned with the necessary preconditions of intercultural philosophy, a concern that, though often included under the title of Author: Tim Connolly. Book Review on Free Will, Agency and Selfhood in Indian Philosophy (edited by Mathew R. Dasti and Edwin F. Bryant)Comparative Philosophy01 February ObjectivityComparative Philosophy01 February The “Indirect Message” in Kierkegaard and Chán BuddhismComparative Philosophy01 February A New Materialism: A Reading of the New Art from ChinaComparative Philosophy01 .

    The guest editors seek papers of high quality on topics related to Chinese philosophy, particularly engaging with all different types of Confucianism. This can occur from a perspective rooted within Chinese philosophy as well as in a comparative approach. The Center for Comparative Philosophy (CCP) at Duke was inaugurated in and is dedicated to teaching and research into the philosophies that animate different traditions. We live in multicultural, multiethnic, cosmopolitan worlds. Different traditions rest on different philosophies — different metaphysics, epistemologies, and ethics, sometimes differe nt views of the nature of persons.

    Wisdom and Philosophy: Contemporary and Comparative Approaches questions the nature of the relationship between wisdom and philosophy from an intercultural perspective. Bringing together an international mix of respected philosophers, this volume discusses similarities and differences of Western and Asian pursuits of wisdom and reflects on attempts to combine : Bloomsbury Publishing.   Wang, Qing-jie 王慶節. ‘It-self-so-ing’ and ‘Other-ing’ in Laozi’s Concept of Ziran. In Comparative approaches to Chinese philosophy, ed. B o Mou, Aldershot: Ashgate. (The author takes another reading of Chapter 25 of the Laozi for a modern philosophical reinterpretation.) Google ScholarCited by: 4.


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Philosophers with in-depth knowledge of both traditions present a variety of distinct comparative approaches, offering a refined introduction to the further reaches of Chinese philosophy in the comparative context, especially regarding its three major constituents - Confucianism, philosophical Daoism, and the Yi-Jing philosophy.

This book. Philosophers with in-depth knowledge of both traditions present a variety of distinct comparative approaches, offering a refined introduction to the further reaches of Chinese philosophy in the comparative context, especially regarding its three major constituents - Confucianism, philosophical Daoism, and the Yi-Jing philosophy.

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Get this from a library. Comparative approaches to Chinese philosophy. [Bo Mou;] -- This anthology explores how Chinese and Western philosophies could jointly and constructively contribute to a common philosophical enterprise. Philosophers with in-depth knowledge of both traditions.

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Comparative Approaches to Chinese Philosophy book. In this essay I shall sketch a comparative methodology that appeals to virtue ethics to help illuminate Confucianism.

“ Virtue ethics” is a phrase well known to Western ethicians. I shall discuss virtue ethics in more detail below, but Author: Bryan W. Van Nor den. Comparative Approaches to Chinese Philosophy.

(4 ratings by Confucianism, philosophical Daoism, and the Yi-Jing philosophy. This book examines various issues concerning philosophical methodology, ethics, metaphysics, epistemology, philosophy of language, and logic, and investigates both the living-spring source of Chinese philosophy /5(4).

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; Dordrecht, Netherlands. This can occur from a perspective rooted within Chinese philosophy as well as in a comparative approach. The guest editors seek to put together a diverse special issue covering Classical Confucianism as well as contemporary themes for an audience that. Wisdom and Philosophy: Contemporary and Comparative Approaches questions the nature of the relationship between wisdom and philosophy from an intercultural perspective.

Bringing together an international mix of respected philosophers, this volume discusses similarities and differences of Western and Asian pursuits of wisdom and reflects on attempts to combine butors cover. Bo Mou (ed.): Comparative Approaches to Chinese Philosophy. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, pages ISBN Ashgate Publishing: Website: 1: Sixteen essays, either unpublished pieces or revised versions of recent publications, were put together by editor Bo Mou to point out ways of mutual understanding and constructive cooperation between Western and Chinese philosophy.

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Bringing together an international mix of respected philosophers, this volume discusses similarities and differences of Western and Asian pursuits of wisdom and reflects on attempts to combine butors cover topics. A blog reader who wishes to remain anonymous writes: This comment is intended to further discussion of the long thread on Leiter about the status of research and teaching (at the Ph.D.

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John Makeham Early inHUANG Yong approached me to see if I might be interested in editing a volume on Neo-Confucian philosophy as part of the new Springer book series, ‘‘Dao Companions to Chinese Philosophy.

’’ Unhampered by any realistic sense of what such a task might entail, somewhat. Yet, this is not a book on methodology in comparative philosophy. Nor will the readers find clearly depicted Chinese-versus-Western approaches to the problematic under scrutiny, namely, as the title of the volume informs us, "the moral circle and the self." Rather, "Chinese and Western approaches" refers, it seems, on the one hand, to the fact.

The topic of "Conflict and Harmony" exists across many cultures. As a collection of essays from comparative philosophers around the world, this volume represents the latest research on cross-cultural approaches to issues of conflict and the possibilities of harmony. Composed of papers presented at the Joint Meeting of the Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy and the Australasian.The coverage of Comparative Philosophy is not restricted to, but can include, any particular comparative-engagement pairs of distinct approaches from different culture-associated and/or styles/orientation-associated philosophical traditions (e.g., the East-West, South-North, or analytic-"Continental", though such labels might be misleading.From the constructive-engagement vantage point of doing philosophy of language comparatively, this anthology explores (1) how reflective elaboration of some distinct features of the Chinese language and of philosophically interesting resources concerning language in Chinese philosophy can contribute to our treatment of a range of issues in philosophy of language and (2) how relevant resources.