Warp, Weft, and Way

A Group Blog of Chinese and Comparative Philosophy

The Profession

This page is devoted to profession-related topics in Chinese philosophy, including past and ongoing discussions of Ph.D. programs and associated issues of academic training in the field. Use the page links below to navigate to all items — some are further pages on this blog, some are external. Some items that are linked will be information-oriented and some discussion-oriented. Contributions of either sort of item are welcome from readers of the blog. Please contact any one of the administrators with proposals and/or links.

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DISCUSSIONS ON THIS BLOG

Comments Regarding the Philosophical Gourmet Report – Chinese Philosophy Programs – 2009 Rankings (on-going blog discussion)

Discussion of the APA Newsletter on the State of the Field — Links and Comments (on-going blog discussion)

Ph.D. and M.A. Programs — Information Depository (on-going blog discussion)

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EXTERNAL LINKS

Philosophical Gourmet Report – Chinese Philosophy Programs – 2009 Rankings

American Philosophical Association Newsletter on the State of the Field, edited by Amy Olberding (University of Oklahoma)

Leiter Reports Archived Post on “the Crisis” in Chinese Philosophy Training (blog post from 2006; active (technically) but discussion is now on-going here rather than at Leiter Reports)

Chris Fraser’s Advice for Graduate Study

Eric Hutton’s Advice for Graduate Study

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LINKS TO M.A. AND PH.D. PROGRAM SITES

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