We aspire to collect here syllabi, links to reviews of teaching-related resources, and anything else that our community thinks might be helpful to those teaching Chinese philosophy, including Comparative courses (broadly speaking–i.e., combining significant amounts of Chinese and non-Chinese philosophical content in a single course).
If you have a resource you would like shared here, please email it to Steve Angle or Manyul Im. Either PDFS or links to stable on-line materials preferred. For syllabi, please include: (1) Coverage (i.e., time period, main figures/texts, or main topics), and (2) Notes & Special Features (e.g., designed for large lecture-style introduction; assumes prior course in Pre-Qin Philosophy; upper-division seminar; etc.).
Please also feel free to use the comments area below to make suggestions, ask questions, and so on.
Stephen Angle, “Classial Chinese Philosophy,” Wesleyan University.
- Coverage: Analects, Mozi, Mencius, Dao De Jing, Xunzi, Zhuangzi
- Notes: 40-student introductory class, but significantly text- and discussion-based
- Syllabus; Assignment Outline
- Coverage: Confucius through Han Feizi
- Grading: Two papers of medium length, semi-weekly online reflections and reaction papers, final exam, attendance and class participation.
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