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Frontiers of Philosophy in China 6:2 TOC

Volume 6 Number 2 is now available on SpringerLink

In this issue:
Research Article
Between mind and trace — A research into the theories on Xin ? (Mind) of early Song Confucianism and Buddhism
Shiling Xiang
Abstract   

Research Article
A new discourse on Xunzi’s philosophy of language
Chuanhua Peng
Abstract 

Research Article
The subjectivity and Universality of virtues—An investigation based on Confucius’ and Aristotle’s views
Shenbai Liao
Abstract  

Research Article
Marxism and morality: Reflections on the history of interpreting Marx in moral philosophy
Hongmei Qu
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Research Article
“Justice is happiness”?—An analysis of Plato’s strategies in response to challenges from the sophists
Limin Bao
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Research Article
Cooperation, competition, and democracy
Shaomeng Li
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Research Article
The ontology of musical works: A philosophical pseudo-problem
James O. Young
Abstract  

Research Article
A study of experiential technology and scientific technology, exemplified by Chinese and western medicine
Song Tian
Abstract 

Research Article
Various concepts of “supervenience” and their relations: A comment on Kim’s theory of supervenience
Xiaoping Chen
Abstract    
Research Article
Implications of the Dutch Book: Following Ramsey’s axioms
Wei Xiong
Abstract   
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May 23, 2011 - Posted by | Philosophy in China, Tables of Contents

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