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Kwong-loi Shun at Columbia Neo-Confucian Seminar, 10/14/11

The next session of the Neo-Confucianism Seminar will convene on Friday, October 14 from 4:00 to 6:00pm in the Board Room on the first floor of the Heyman Center for the Humanities at Columbia University. Please note that this meeting occurs on the second Friday of the month, a date selected to accommodate our speaker’s travel schedule.  Our other meetings this year will convene on the usual “First Friday” of the month schedule.

Our presenter on October 14 will be Prof. Kwong-loi Shun, Chair Professor of Chinese Philosophy and President of New Asia College at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

His presentation is titled “Three Kinds of Confucian Thought: Zhu Xi, Wang Yangming, and Dai Zhen.”  For a copy, please contact any one of us.

All are welcome to attend.   Please feel free to forward this message to interested colleagues.  Please join us after the seminar for dinner at a location to be announced (most likely the Columbia Cottage restaurant, which is located on the corner of Amsterdam and 111th Streets).

For further information, you may contact one of our three co-chairs: Yong Huang of Kutztown University at yhuang@kutztown.edu, Tao Jiang attjiang@rci.rutgers.edu, or On-cho Ng at oxn1@psu.edu.

This mailing list is maintained by Deborah Sommer at Gettysburg College.  To be added to it or removed from it, email her at dsommer@gettysburg.edu.

Best regards,

Yong Huang
Tao Jiang
On-cho Ng
Deborah Sommer

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September 30, 2011 - Posted by | Dai Zhen, Neo-Confucianism, Wang Yangming, Zhu Xi

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