Warp, Weft, and Way

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Korean Comparative Philosophy Grant Awarded

A group of scholars including P. J. Ivanhoe has been awarded a major grant from the Korean Studies Promotion Service of the
Academy of Korean Studies to conduct a major research project on Korean Philosophy from Comparative Perspectives. The period of the grant is five years. The aim is to bring the study of Korean philosophy more into the mainstream of world philosophy. There will be workshops, international conferences, post-doc opportunities and sponsoring of senior western philosophers in connection with the project. For more information, see this link. Congratulations to P.J.!


August 30, 2011 - Posted by | Comparative philosophy, Korea

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