Cloud View | List View

Tag: "Chinese philosophy"

Moral Education in Confucianism

Plakshi Jain compares ‘reflection’ and ‘learning’ as means of becoming good.
[Issue 153: December 2022 / January 2023: Articles]

Mohist Anti-Militarism & Just War Theory

Shaun O’Dwyer takes an unfortunately still relevant look at how to avoid war.
[Issue 153: December 2022 / January 2023: Articles]

The Impossible Issue

by Anja Steinbauer
[Issue 132: June/July 2019: Editorial]

Simon & Finn

by Melissa Felder
[Issue 132: June/July 2019: Cartoon]

Indigenous Philosophies

Miguel van der Velden invites us to consider the philosophical ideas of the world’s many Indigenous communities.
[Issue 127: August/September 2018: Articles]

Non-Violent Voices

Oidinposha Imamkhodjaeva assesses arguments against violence among ancient Asian philosophies.
[Issue 124: February/March 2018: War & Philosophy]

Laozi (Pre-Fourth Century BCE)

by Terence Green
[Issue 123: December 2017 / January 2018: Philosophical Haiku]

Tu Weiming

Tu Weiming is a philosophy professor at Harvard University and Chair of the Institute for Advanced Humanistic Studies at Peking University. He is an ethicist and is one of the leading lights of New Confucianism. David Volodzko asked him about the relevance of Confucius today.
[Issue 117: December 2016 / January 2017: Interview]

News: August/September 2016

Self-Driving Car Studies Cast Light on Attitudes to Ethics • Nussbaum Wins Prize • Heidegger Has A New Book Out — News reports by Anja Steinbauer
[Issue 115: August/September 2016: News]

Xunzi (c.320-235 BCE)

Dale DeBakcsy thinks diligently about Xunzi’s psychological Confucianism.
[Issue 115: August/September 2016: Brief Lives]

1 2 Next

This site uses cookies to recognize users and allow us to analyse site usage. By continuing to browse the site with cookies enabled in your browser, you consent to the use of cookies in accordance with our privacy policy. X