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TOC for Frontiers of Philosophy in China 6:1

The latest issue of Frontiers of Philosophy in China has been published…


Sunday, February 13
 

Volume 6 Number 1 is now available on SpringerLink

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In this issue:
Research Article
On Laozi’s Dao—An attempt to make philosophy speak Chinese
Ruohui Li
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Research Article
Confucius’ transformation of traditional religious ideas
Maoze Zhang
Abstract Full text PDF

Research Article
Mencius’ aesthetics and its position
Jiaxiang Hu
Abstract Full text PDF

Research Article
Original mind and cosmic consciousness in the co-creative process
Simone de La Tour & Kevin de La Tour
Abstract Full text PDF

Research Article
Lao-Zhuang and Augustine on the issue of suspension in the philosophy of religion
Changchi Hao
Abstract Full text PDF

Research Article
Semantic criticism: The “westernization” of the concepts in ancient Chinese philosophy—A discussion of Yan Fu’s theory of Qi
Zhenyu Zeng
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Research Article
“The westward spread of Chinese philosophy” and Marxism
Yunyi Zhang
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Research Article
The autonomy of cultural practice: Basis, limit and significance of the possibility of developing “cultural automatism”
Zushe Yuan
Abstract Full text PDF

Research Article
Kant’s view on the parent-child relationship and its problems—Analyses from a temporal perspective as to the creation and rearing of a being endowed with freedom
Xianglong Zhang
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Research Article
The implication of Rawls’ approach to public reason
Xin Liu
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Book Review
Yuyan Yiyi ZhichengZizhu de Yiyi yu Shizai ??·??·??: ???????? (Autonomous Language: A Possible Theory of Meaning). By YE Chuang
Yi Jiang
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February 19, 2011 - Posted by | Philosophy in China, Tables of Contents

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