Reality, Argumentation, and Persuasion: Metaphysical Explorations and Epistemological Engagements in Chinese Philosophy

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ISCP 21st International Conference on Chinese Philosophy
Tuesday 2nd July- Friday 5th July, 2019

“Reality, Argumentation, and Persuasion:
Metaphysical Explorations and Epistemological Engagements in Chinese Philosophy”

University of Berne, Institute of Philosophy, Switzerland

Host Organization Website

Chinese philosophy has since its pre-Imperial beginnings been concerned with knowledge – witness Zhuangzi’s argument with Hui Shi about knowing about the happiness of the fish. Furthermore, as this famous story makes clear, there is argument about what people know and what they do not know. And there are things known, in this story, the happiness of the fish, more usually, the character of rulers, the rites, how to act, right and wrong, history, cosmology, the unifying principle of the world, medicine, and mathematics. Yet these aspects of the Chinese tradition have hardly received the attention they deserve from philosophers—questions of what can be known, what the concept of knowledge is taken to be, what role it plays within various conceptual frameworks, as well as the sceptical challenges made to knowledge, beginning, once again, with the Zhuangzi. Scepticism makes room for persuasion, and for clarifying what makes a sound argument, as opposed to mere persuasion. But there are also systematic collections of knowledge (mathematical, medical, cosmological, scientific, for example) which are prominent in the tradition, and they have close connections with philosophy proper. We invite proposals for papers and panels to deepen our understanding of these issues, and carry Chinese philosophy forward into the new millennium.

 

Invited speakers:

Karine Chemla, SPHERE, CNRS & University Paris Diderot, France
Anne Cheng, Collège de France, France
Karyn Lai, School of Humanities & Languages, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Sir Geoffrey Lloyd, Scholar in Residence, Needham Research Institute, Cambridge, UK
Paul Unschuld,   Institute for Chinese Life Sciences, Charité-Medical University, Berlin, Germany
Yang Guorong, Department of Philosophy, East China Normal University, China
Jenny Zhao, Lloyd-Dan David Research Fellow, Needham Research Institute and Darwin College, Cambridge, UK

 

Venue:  Lerchenweg 36, 3000 Berne 12, Switzerland

www.philosophie.unibe.ch

 

Payable on registration:

Registration Fees:

Regular US$200

Students (including young scholars) US$100

Members of ISCP US$150

Student Members of ISCP (including young scholars): US$50
(The registration fee includes drinks on the first evening, tea breaks and lunch on the four days of the conference. The closing dinner is not included.)

Topics include the following:

Reality:

  • Yin-yang, Five elements, and Yijing (and other similar systems) as systems of classification
  • Chinese ontology (you/wu—being/nonbeing)
  • Chinese idea of the Ultimate Reality: Dao, Li, Taiji, the relation between One and Many
  • Chinese cosmology
  • Philosophical anthropology—Man’s relation to Heaven/Nature
  • Chinese Philosophy of Mind—nature, mind, emotion, desire.

Knowledge:

  • Theories of knowledge, perception and experience in Chinese philosophy
  • Epistemic reasoning and justification in Chinese philosophy
  • Theories of truth in Chinese philosophy
  • Concerns over scepticism
  • Knowledge and virtues
  • Knowledge, skills, and values
  • Moral knowledge
  • Early Encounters with Western Sciences: 16th-18th Centuries
  • Modernization and Westernization in the early 20th Century
  • Technology of the 21st Century: Chinese Philosophy and Artificial Intelligence

Argumentation and Persuasion:

  • Argument and knowledge
  • Analysis of particular arguments in philosophical texts from Pre-Qin to Contemporary
  • Persuasion and therapy
  • Persuasion and knowledge
  • Persuasion and power
  • Rhetoric – political, ethical, religious, legal, aesthetic
  • Of particular interest: Mohist Theories of argumentation, Theory of Names, Daoist methodology of debate, and specific argumentation in Buddhism

Timeline:
Paper abstract/panel proposal (with all paper abstracts) due (500 words)—English or Chinese: September 15, 2018 [Submission Email address iscp2019@philo.unibe.ch]
Acceptance by November 15, 2018
Final version of paper due: February 1, 2019
Hotel registration deadline: March 15, 2019 

Organizers:
R. A. H. King, University of Berne, Institute of Philosophy, Switzerland
JeeLoo Liu, Department of Philosophy, California State University, Fullerton, USA
Ann Pang-White, Department of Philosophy, The University of Scranton, USA
Weimin Sun, Department of Philosophy, California State University, Northridge, USA
Jinli He, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, Trinity University, USA
Genyou Wu, Department of Philosophy, Wuhan University, China
Zemian Zheng, Department of Philosophy, Wuhan University, China

If you have any inquiry, please contact: Richard King  Or JeeLoo Liu

 


国际中国哲学会第二十一届国际哲学大会:201972-5
主题:实在,论证,说服:中国哲学中的形上探讨与知识论的参与
地点:瑞士波恩大学

中国哲学对知识论辩的关注可溯及先秦时代, 庄子与惠施对知鱼之乐的辩论即是实例。他们两人的争辩涉及人们所知与所不知的领域。当我们谈论知识, 必然涉及所知的对象—不管是庄惠辩论之中的鱼之乐, 先秦诸哲所关注的王者之德, 礼法之规范性, 行为之准则, 是非判断的基础, 通一万物的道及理, 还是种种人类系统性的知识, 如历史、宇宙论、医药、数学等等。知识论与所知的领域是不可分割的。然而, 中国的实在论与知识论至目前为止还未受到足够的哲学肯定与研析。种种中国知识论上的问题—比如知识的内容与可能性,【知识】的概念分析,知识在不同概念架构中所扮演的角色,以及怀疑论者对知识的挑战—都尚未受到哲学家的足够关注。本次ISCP国际哲学大会意图弥补这项缺失。本次大会的议题检视中国哲学中的知识概念,包括所知的对象,知识在概念架构中的角色,以及种种挑战知识可能的怀疑论立场。怀疑论为区分有效论证与纯粹修辞提供了探讨空间。同时需要专注的是中国思想史上有系统性的知识体系(如数学, 医学, 宇宙论, 自然科学, 等等),不仅在中国传承中地位重要,而且非常具有哲学性。本次ISCP国际哲学大会希望能能到众多学者的支持,藉由对这些重点哲学问题的探讨,推动中国哲学在新世纪全球化的蓬勃发展。

特邀主题演讲专家:

Anne Cheng, Collège de France, France
Karyn Lai, School of Humanities & Languages, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Austria
Sir Geoffrey Lloyd, Scholar in Residence, Needham Research Institute, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Paul Unschuld,   Institute for Chinese Life Sciences, Charité -Medical University, Berlin, Germany
Guorong Yang 杨国荣, Department of Philosophy, East China Normal University, China
Jenny Zhao, Lloyd-Dan David Research Fellow, Needham Research Institute and Darwin College, Cambridge, United Kingdom

建议分项议题

【实在】

  • 阴阳, 五行, 易经
  • 中国宇宙论
  • 中国有无之辩
  • 终极实在的探讨:道, 理, 太极, 一与万殊
  • 中国哲学人类学:人与自然
  • 中国心灵哲学:人性, 人心, 情欲

【知识】

  • 中国哲学的知识, 知觉, 经验论
  • 中国哲学中对知识的思考与验证
  • 中国哲学中的真理论
  • 中国哲学中对怀疑论的关注
  • 知识与德性
  • 知识, 技能, 与价值
  • 道德知识的可能性
  • 16-18世纪中国学术对西方科学的吸收与反应
  • 20世纪中国学术的现代化与西学化
  • 21世纪的关怀:中国哲学与人工智能

【论证与说服】

  • 论证与知识
  • 对中国哲学文献中的特别论证的分析
  • 说服与治疗
  • 说服与知识
  • 说服与权力
  • 修辞学:政治, 伦理, 宗教, 法律, 美学
  • 墨辩
  • 名家理论
  • 道家论证法
  • 佛家辩证法

时间表:

  • 500字【中英文不拘】论文大纲与专题讨论提案(必须包含所有论文大纲)截止日期:2018年9月15日 【收件电邮: iscp2019@philo.unibe.ch
  • 审核结果宣布:2018年11月15日
  • 完整论文截止日期:2019年2月1日
  • 特价旅馆预订截止日期:2019年3月15日

会议组织委员会:

  • A. H. King 金瑞, University of Berne, Institute of Philosophy, Switzerland
  • JeeLoo Liu 刘纪璐, Department of Philosophy, California State University, Fullerton, USA
  • Ann Pang-White 庞安安, Department of Philosophy, The University of Scranton, USA
  • Weimin Sun 孙卫民, Department of Philosophy, California State University, Northridge, USA
  • Jinli He 何金俐, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, Trinity University, USA
  • Genyou Wu 吴根友, Department of Philosophy, Wuhan University, China
  • Zemian Zheng 郑泽绵, Department of Philosophy, Wuhan University, China

联络人:刘纪璐 JeeLoo Liu (jeelooliu@gmail.com)

ISCP 2019 Fu Foundation Young Scholars Essay Award

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ISCP 2019 Fu Foundation Young Scholars Essay Award

The Charles Wei-hsun Fu Foundation and the International Society for Chinese Philosophy (ISCP) are pleased to announce the 2019 ISCP Essay Contest in Chinese Philosophy.

A total of three prizes of $2,000 eachare offered for the best essays in the area of Chinese philosophy, including two awards for graduate students or junior faculty within five years of receipt of the Ph.D., one each in Chinese and English, as well as one award for a senior scholar, whose essay can be in either Chinese or English. Funding up to $1000also will be provided for the winners to travel to the 2019 biennial ISCP conference at the University of Bern, Switzerland.

All awardees are required to attend the 2019 Bern conference of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy conference to present their winning essays.

ELIGIBILITY

The contest is open to scholars at all levels, including independent scholars. However preference will be given to junior scholars beginning their careers, such as graduate students or assistant professors within five years of graduation, and one senior scholar who require funding to attend the conference.

SUBMISSIONS

All submissions should be sent to iscp2019@philo.unibe.ch, with “Fu Contest Essay” in the subject line. Decisions will be rendered by separate committees of scholars, drawn from the membership of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy.

Previously published papers are not acceptable. Submissions in English should not exceed 5,000 words; submission in Chinese should not exceed 7,000 words. DEADLINE: March 1, 2019.

JUDGING CRITERIA

The purpose of the contest is to encourage young scholars who show promise of making important contributions to the study and development of Chinese philosophy or Asian philosophy related to Chinese thought, and to help senior scholars with financial limitations to present their work at ISCP conferences.

Submissions will be evaluated on the following criteria:

  1. CREATIVITY original philosophical insights, such as comparative analysis.
  2. COHERENCE a cogent, well-argued presentation.
  3. SCHOLARSHIP competence in dealing with philosophical texts and interpretations.

Please visit the Fu Foundation website to learn more about its programmes: http://www.charleswei-hsunfufoundation.net/birth.html

偉勳基金國際學會洲哲競賽

傅偉勳基金會與國際中國哲學會(ISCP)很高興宣佈2019年ISCP中國哲學的論文競賽。

三項各為兩千美元的獎項分別頒發給最佳中國哲學論文,第一項獎金頒給年輕教員(取得博士學位後五年之內,中英文作者各一位),第二項獎金頒發給在讀研究生(中英文作者各一位),第三項獎金頒給資深學者(中英文皆可)。獎金得主尚可取得一千美元為限的旅費補助以參加兩年一度的國際中國哲學會會議。

所有金得主必須參2019年在瑞士伯恩大學行的國際學會會議表他的得獎論文。

參選資

本競賽開放給所有學者,包括獨立學者,但優先考慮事業起步的年輕學者,如研究生或是助理教授(取得博士學位後五年之內),以及一位需要補助以參加本次會議的資深學者。

文提交

所有參賽論文請發送至iscp2019@philo.unibe.ch,在郵件標題上注明“Fu Contest Essay”。由國際中國哲學會的會員所組成的委員會將分組評出競賽結果。已經發表的論文概不接收。英文論文不超過5000字;中文論文不超過7000字。截止日期是2019年3月1日。

標準

競賽的目標是鼓勵那些有潛力對中國哲學或與中國哲學相關的亞洲哲學的研究和發展作出重要貢獻的青年學者,並贊助經濟條件有限的資深學者到國際中國哲學會報告論文。

提交的論文將根據以下三個標準進行評價:

  1. 創造性:原創的哲學洞見,例如對比分析的深度。
  2. 融貫性:有說服力的、論證充分的陳述。
  3. 學術性:處理哲學文本的詮釋能力。

詳情請參考傅偉勳基金會網站:charleswei-hsunfufoundation.org

ISCP Program at the 24th World Congress of Philosophy

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ISCP Program at the 24th World Congress of Philosophy
Beijing, China
August 13-17, 2018

AUGUST 14 • TUESDAY

9:00am – 10:50am

C 070029 ISCP: CHINESE PHILOSOPHY, FROM THE PAST TO THE FUTURE (I) INNOVATIVE COMPARATIVE APPROACHES TO CHINESE PHILOSOPHY

SESSION I: THEMATIC COMPARATIVE PHILOSOPHY ON EARLY CONFUCIANISM
Room E232A, China National Convention Center

Chair: Weimin Sun, California State University-Northridge, USA

  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”

 

11:10am – 1:00pm

C 070030 ISCP: CHINESE PHILOSOPHY, FROM THE PAST TO THE FUTURE (II) INNOVATIVE COMPARATIVE APPROACHES TO CHINESE PHILOSOPHY 

SESSION II: THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS OF THE OTHER
Room E232A, China National Convention Center

Chair: Tzuli Chang, Fudan University, China

  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”

 

2:00pm – 3:50pm

C 070031 ISCP: CHINESE PHILOSOPHY, FROM THE PAST TO THE FUTURE (III) INNOVATIVE COMPARATIVE APPROACHES TO CHINESE PHILOSOPHY  

SESSION III: COMPARATIVE PHILOSOPHY IN CONTEXT
Room E232A, China National Convention Center

Chair: Xinyan Jiang, University of Redlands, USA

  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”

 

4:10pm – 6:00pm

C 070032 ISCP: CHINESE PHILOSOPHY, FROM THE PAST TO THE FUTURE (IV): GENDER STUDIES, WOMEN ISSUES, AND CHINESE PHILOSOPHY
Room E232A, China National Convention Center

Chair: Ann Pang-White, The University of Scranton, USA

  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”

 

AUGUST 15 • WEDNESDAY

9:00am – 10:50am

C 070033 ISCP: CHINESE PHILOSOPHY, FROM THE PAST TO THE FUTURE (V): REDISCOVERING THE FORGOTTEN CHINESE PHILOSOPHERS

SESSION I: HOW TO BECOME A PHILOSOPHER: THE MANY LIVES OF YANG ZHU
Room E232A, China National Convention Center 

Chair: Richard King, The University of Bern, Switzerland

  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)”

 

11:10am – 1:00pm

C 070034 ISCP: CHINESE PHILOSOPHY, FROM THE PAST TO THE FUTURE (VI)REDISCOVERING THE FORGOTTEN CHINESE PHILOSOPHERS SESSION II: WANG FUZHI’S PHILOSOPHY FOR THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD
Room E232A, China National Convention Center 

Chair: JeeLoo Liu, California State University-Fullerton, USA

  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”

 

2:00pm – 3:50pm

C 070035 ISCP: CHINESE PHILOSOPHY, FROM THE PAST TO THE FUTURE (VII): REDISCOVERING THE FORGOTTEN CHINESE PHILOSOPHERS SESSION III
Room E232A, China National Convention Center

Chair: Jinli He, Trinity University, USA

  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”

 

4:10pm – 6:00pm

C 070036 ISCP: CHINESE PHILOSOPHY, FROM THE PAST TO THE FUTURE (VIII):
RELEVANCE OF CHINESE PHILOSOPHY IN THE MODERN WORLD
Room E232A, China National Convention Center

Chair: Geir Sigurðsson, University of Iceland, Iceland

  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”

 

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”

20th International Conference on Chinese Philosophy Programme

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The program for the 20th International Conference on Chinese Philosophy is now posted on the conference page.

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