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Chinese Philosophy as World Philosophy: Humanity and Creativity (II)

ISBN: 978-1-119-03659-3
250 pages
October 2014, Wiley-Blackwell
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• Sixteen collected essays examine Chinese Philosophy around 4 major topics
• Furthers and deepens fundamental inquiries, including: What is philosophy?  Is there more than one origin of philosophy?  Have we embraced other traditions as well as integrated others into our own?  How do we view Chinese philosophy in the multi-origins of the world philosophy and vice versa? 
• The second volume of the festschrift for celebrating the Journal of Chinese Philosophy’s 40th anniversary

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Table of Contents

Special Theme 
 
Dedication to Joseph Grange (1940–2014): An American Pragmatist with Soul 
CHUNG-YING CHENG  1

Preface: Readiness and Creativity—China, West, Above and Beyond 
LINYU GU  3 

Introduction: Teachers, Friends, and Truth 
TIMOTHY CONNOLLY  8

Opening Out the Boundaries: Homage to the Journal of Chinese Philosophy 
EDWARD S. CASEY  12

The Riddle of Creativity: Philosophy’s View 
GÜNTER ABEL  17 

Notes on the Framework for Comparing Science and Philosophy Across Civilizations 
G. E. R. LLOYD  39

God’s Knowledge and Ours: Kant and Mou Zongsan on Intellectual Intuition 
NICHOLAS BUNNIN  47

Chinese Philosophy in Systematic Metaphysics 
ROBERT CUMMINGS NEVILLE  59
 
Confucian Ethics in Modernity: Ontologically Rooted, Internationally Resposive, and  Integratively Systematic
CHUNG-YING CHENG  76
 

On Interphilosophical Sino-Western Dialogue in the Contemporary World 
MARIÁN GÁLIK  99
 

Chinese Philosophy in Post-Soviet Russia 
ALEXANDER LOMANOV  115

Illuminations of “The Quotidian” in Cavell and the Sino-Japanese Tradition 
STEVE ODIN  135

Fathoming The Changes: The Evolution of Some Technical Terms and  Interpretive Strategies in Yijing Exegesis 
RICHARD J. SMITH  146
 

From Interpretation to Construction: Guo Xiang’s Ontological Individualism 
VINCENT SHEN  171
 

The Goose Lake Monastery Debate (1175)
JULIA CHING  189 

The Significance of Xiong Shili’s Interpretation of Dignâga’s Âlambana-Parîkṣâ  (Investigation of the Object) 
JOHN MAKEHAM  205
 

A Political Constitution for the Pluralist World Society? 
JÜRGEN HABERMAS  226

A Reinterpretation and Reconstruction of Confucian Philosophy 
SHU-HSIEN LIU  239

Healing the Planet
JOSEPH GRANGE  251


News and Notes 
 

The 18th International Conference for Chinese Philosophy: “Chinese Philosophy and the  Way of Living” 
TIM CONNOLLY  272
 

International Symposium Series on Comparative Philosophy: “Morality and Religiousness:  Chinese and Western” 
LINYU GU  273
 

Oxford Forum: “Moral Philosophy and Neo-Confucianism: The Future” 
LINYU GU  274
 

International Workshop “Comparative Philosophy: Approaches and Methodologies” 
XINZHONG YAO 275

An International Conference on “Hermeneutics East and West” The Pennsylvania State University, May 16–17, 2014
ON-CHO NG  276

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