New Journal: Journal of East-West Thought 1:1
The innagural issue of a new journal has been published: the Journal of East West Thought, edited by John Zijiang Ding. (Correction: in an earlier version of this post, I mistakenly said that this is an on-line journal. It is not, though the full first issue is available on line at the moment.)
Journal of East-West Thought (JET) is published by the International Association for East-West Studies (IAES, http://www.iaesonline.org/ ). As a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to advancing constructive, creative, critical, theoretical and forward-looking thoughts and ideas in East-West studies, it provides a forum for interdisciplinary, cross-cultural, global, and philosophical examinations of all subject matters within East-West studies.
Read on for the Table of Contents of issue 1:1; the full texts of the essays are currently available from the journal’s website. Congratulations to Professor Ding and to everyone associated with this new undertaking!
JOHN ZIJIANG DING / Editor’s Introduction: Some thoughts on Studies of East-West Thought
Articles: Global Justice, Cosmopolitanism, and Universalism
JÜRGEN HABERMAS / Konstitutionalisierung des Völkerrechts und die Legitimation- 7 sprobleme einer Verfassten Weltgesellschaft (Constitutionalization of International Laws and the Legitimate Problem of a Consti- tution of Global Society)
XUNWU CHEN / Building of Global Justice and a Cosmopolitan Order—Dialogues with Habermas and Others
WILLIAM McBRIDE / Regression in History: Where Are We Now?
TOMING JUN LIU / Lichtun and Luzhai: Nine Ways of Looking at Trans-Civilizational Imaginations of Wang Wei
JOHN ZIJIANG DING / Self-transformation and Moral Universalism: A Comparison of Wang Yangming and Schleiermacher
Articles: Methodology and Meta-methodology of East-West Studies
CHUNG-YING CHENG / Effective Leadership by Capacities of Virtue: A New Analysis of Power of Political Leadership in Confucian Perspective
LONGXI ZHANG / Risky Business: The Challenge of East-West Comparative Studies
Discussion: A New Vision of Chinese Metaphysics and Cosmology
ROBERT C. NEVILLE / Research Projects for Comparative Study and Appreciation of Ultimate Realities through the Sciences and Humanities
JIYUAN YU / Is Chinese Cosmology Metaphysics?—A Greek-Chinese Comparative Study
JEELOO LIU / Reconstructing Chinese Metaphysics
BARBARA ENTL / Seyla Benhabib, Another Cosmopolitanism
FENQING ZHU / Kit Christensen, Nonviolence, Peace, and Justice: A Philosophical Introduction