24th World Congress of Philosophy (WCP 2018)

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Beijing, 13 – 20 August 2018
Department of Philosophy, Peking University


 

ISCP WCP Program [August 14-15, 2018]

 

Day 1 (August 14, 2018)

ISCP Panel I: Innovative Comparative Approaches to Chinese Philosophy, Session I 

Thematic Comparative Philosophy on Early Confucianism

Time: 1:50 p.m.

  1. Puqun Li (Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Canada): “Dwelling in Peace and Joy (an 安、le乐) in the Analects—Confucius’ Positive Psychology”
  2. May Sim (College of the Holy Cross, USA): “Wise Agents East & West: From Individual to Cosmic Agency”
  3. Kai Wang (Beijing Normal University, China): “Xunzi’s Notion of Self-cultivation in the Perspective of Aristotelian Virtue Ethics”
  4. Chi-Shing Chen (National Chengchi University, Taiwan): “Virtue Jurisprudence: Aristotelian Equity and Category of Xunzi”

 

ISCP Panel II: Innovative Comparative Approaches to Chinese Philosophy, Session II

Through the Looking Glass of the Other

Time: 1:50 p.m.

  1. Douglas L. Berger (Leiden University, Netherlands):
    Paramārtha / 真諦and Schopenhauer: A Case Study of Western Misrepresentations of Buddhism”
  2. Roy Tseng (Academia Sinica, Taiwan): “Toward a Confucian Liberalism”
  3. Tzuli Chang (Fudan University, China): “A Confucian Response to Rawls’ Conception of Moral Persons”
  4. Carl Joseph Helsing (High Point University, North Carolina, U.S): “Language Games and Liberation: Linguistic Strategies of Utility, Therapy, and Creativity in the Zhuāngzi’s Inner Chapters”

 

ISCP Panel III: Innovative Comparative Approaches to Chinese Philosophy, Session III

Comparative Philosophy in Context

Time: 1:50 p.m.

  1. Xinyan Jiang (University of Redlands, USA), “Comparing Chinese and Western Philosophy in Context”
  2. Yao-Cheng Chang (The University of Leuven, Belgium): “Standards of Argumentation: The Rising Importance of San Biao in Modern Mohist Studies”
  3. Rina Marie Camus (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong): “Is there Zhi 志 in Western Philosophy? An Asymmetric Comparison from East to West”
  4. Philipp Renninger (Cotutelle Universities of Lucerne (CH) and Freiburg (DE)): “Comparing Legal Philosophical Traditions in the Chinese and the German-speaking World”

 

ISCP Panel IV: Gender Studies, Women Issues, and Chinese Philosophy

Time: 1:50 p.m.

  1. Ranjoo Herr (Bentley University, USA): “Does A Feminist Future in East Asia Require Western Feminism?”
  2. Ann Pang-White (The University of Scranton, USA): “Female Chastity in the Yijing and Other Confucian Texts: Genealogy and Radicalization”
  3. Lili Zhang (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore): “Revisit Yin-Yang Relation in the Yijing
  4. Yuanfang Dai (Michigan State University, USA): “Rethinking Difference and Solidarity in Feminist Philosophy: Connecting East and West with a Chinese Transcultural Perspective”

 

Day 2 (August 15, 2018) 

ISCP Panel V: “Rediscovering the Forgotten Chinese Philosophers” Session I

Time: 1:50 p.m.

How to Become a Philosopher: The Many Lives of Yang Zhu

  1. Carine Defoort (The University of Leuven, Belgium): “Unfounded and Unfollowed Mencius’s Portrayal of Yang Zhu and Mo Di”
  2. Attilio Andreini (Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Italy): “Beyond the Mengzi: Another Side of the Yang-Mo Symbol”
  3. Jongchul Park (The University of Leuven, Belgium): “The Ethical Features in Yang Zhu’s Philosophy Based on His Mingshi Theory(名實論)”
  4. Abigail Wang 王曉薇 (The University of Leuven, Belgium): “Republican Intellectuals on Yang Zhu: Mencius’ Critique on Yang and Mo Revisited (1903-1940)”

 

ISCP Panel VI: “Rediscovering the Forgotten Chinese Philosophers” Session II

Time: 1:50 p.m.

Wang Fuzhi’s Philosophy for the Contemporary World

  1. Liangjian Liu (East China Normal University, Shanghai, China), “A Moral Philosophy Based on the Doctrine of Vital Energy (Qi) and Affective Mindset (Xin): Wang Fuzhi’s Study of Mencius and Its Contemporary Significance”
  2. Dawid Rogacz (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland): “Wang Fuzhi’s Philosophy of History — A Distinctive Form of Historical Materialism?”
  3. Tian Feng 田豐 (Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan, China), “The Significance of Wang Chuanshan’s Historical Cultivation to Modern Personality”
  4. Nicholas Brasovan (The University of Central Arkansas), “Ecological Humanism in the Philosophy of Wang Fuzhi”
  5. JeeLoo Liu (California State University-Fullerton, USA), “What Can We Learn from Wang Fuzhi’s Moral Sentimentalism?”

 

ISCP Panel VII: “Rediscovering the Forgotten Chinese Philosophers” Session III

Time: 1:50 p.m.

  1. Heawon Choi (University of British Columbia, Canada): “Misinterpreter or Reinterpreter? Zhi Dun and His Buddhist Philosophy Reconsidered.”
  2. Jinli He (Trinity University, USA): “Wang Guowei on Ziran”
  3. Rafal Banka (Jagiellonian University, Poland): “Li Zehou’s Philosophical Aesthetics and Consciousness”
  4. Yao-nan Zhang 張耀南 (Beihang University, China) and Shuang Qian 錢爽(Ghent University, Belgium): “Tetralogy of ZHANG Dong-sun’s Four Declarations of Knowledge and Logic”

 

ISCP Panel VIII: Relevance of Chinese Philosophy in the Modern World

Time: 1:50 p.m.

  1. Geir Sigurðsson (University of Iceland, Iceland): “Future Aging on Ancient Terms? Confucian Filiality and Senescence”
  2. Jaeyong Song (McMaster University, Canada): “‘Share and Rule’: The Implications of the Fengjian Discourse for the Modern World”
  3. Guo Wu (Allegheny College, Pennsylvania, USA): “Ontology of Sensibilities: How Can Chinese Philosophy Influence the Modern World?”
  4. Chi-Fang Tseng (Chinese Culture University, Taipei, Taiwan): “Buddhism Approach to Differentiation in the Modern World”
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