Chinese Philosophy in an Era of Globalization

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Robin Wang
SUNY Press, Apr 12, 2004 - Religion - 240 pages
This book treats Chinese philosophy today as a global project, presenting the work of both Chinese and Western philosophers. Providing contemporary considerations of the Chinese philosophical tradition and bringing Chinese philosophy into conversation with Western philosophy, Chinese Philosophy in an Era of Globalization provides a model for collaborative work. Topics covered include value theory, philosophy of religion, human nature, virtue ethics, epistemology, and philosophy of language.
 

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Contents

Reflecting on Chinese Philosophical Tradition
4
Axiology in PreModern Chinese Philosophy by Zhang Dainian
13
On the Idea of Axiology in PreModern Chinese
37
The Chinese Path to Polytheism by Zhao Dunhua
45
The Discussion of Mind and Nature in Zhu Xi
75
What Is Living and What Is Dead in the Confucianism
99
Contrasting Confucian Virtue Ethics and MacIntyres
123
Once More on Confucian and Aristotelian Conceptions of
151
Reflections on Natural Knowledge
163
Reflections On The Polished Mirror by Alvin Plantinga
195
A Response
215
Contributors
231
Index
237
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Robin R. Wang is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Loyola Marymount University. She is the author of Images of Women in Chinese Thought and Culture: Writings from the Pre-Qin Period to the Song Dynasty and the coauthor (with Timothy Shanahan) of Reason and Insight: Western and Eastern Perspectives on the Pursuit of Moral Wisdom.

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