Issue 22:4 of Asian Philosophy has been published.
Journal of Chinese Philosophy
The latest issue of Journal of Chinese Philosophy is available on Wiley Online Library
APA Newsletters, Fall 2012 (Vol. 12, No. 1)
Newsletter on Asian and Asian-American Philosophers and Philosophies
From the Editor, David H. Kim
“Report on ‘Japanese Aesthetics’,” A. Minh Nguyen
Yubraj Aryal: The Humanities at Work: International Exchange of Ideas in Aesthetics, Philosophy, and Literature, Reviewed by Arun Kumar Pokhrel
The China Heritage Quarterly, a terrific electronic journal cum research project, has published its August-September issue with a special focus on an early-twentieth century English-language journal called the China Critic. The editor writes:
The China Critic was a product of a cosmopolitan demeanour, a fluency in English-language expression and ideas and an informed concern for contemporary China, its achievements and its limitations. The era of The Critic was also one of mounting international conflict and patriotic fervour. It is timely to reconsider The Critic and also to make available some of the insightful and controversial writing that appeared in its pages over a fourteen-year period.
There’s a tremendous amount of material available at the site: scores of original articles available as pdfs (much of it available via this annotated chronology), insightful commentary, articles about related figures, and so on. One thing that caught my eye was the journal’s endorsement of Chiang Kai-shek’s “New Life Movement.” Certainly there is much about the Nanjing Decade (1927-37) that resonates with contemporary China!
The latest issue of Asian Philosophy is available; click here for the Table of Contents.
The latest issue of Comparative Philosophy is now available; click here for the Table of Contents.
Warring States Papers, a journal devoted to dissemination and discussion of the results of the Warring States Project, has at long last appeared! My copy arrived this morning. More information about the journal is available on-line. Many congratulations to Bruce and Taeko Brooks for pulling this off!
Contents of Volume 1 (2010)
Print ISSN: 1089-1161
Electronic ISSN: 2155-7446
Volume 1 ISBN: 978-1-936166-01-5 (paper)
Some articles are available as preprints
Here is the Table of Contents for the latest issue of Dao: A Journal of Chinese Philosophy (on-line here).
Here is the Table of Contents for the latest Journal of Chinese Philosophy (on-line here).
This issue includes, by the way, a piece by blog contributor Dan Robins on the Mohist concept of jianai 兼愛. Here is a link to the Philosophy East and West journal blog. Below is a cut and paste of the information that appears there.
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! Continue reading
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