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  1. Nicole Hassoun & D. Wong (forthcoming). Conserving Nature: Preserving Identity. Journal of Chinese Philosophy.
    Fundamental approaches to environmental ethics currently seem polarized between two broad varieties: the “conservationist” approach on which we should conserve the environment when it is in our interest to do so and the “preservationist” approach on which we should preserve the environment even when it is not in our interest to do so. The first approach obviously has a broader potential audience and is invoked even by preservationists when they seek to marshal the broadest possible support for environmental protection. For (...)
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  2. Thomas In Sing Leung (forthcoming). Communication and Hermeneutics: A Confucian Postmodern Point of View. Journal of Chinese Philosophy.
    The post-modern represents a cultural break from the modern. The culture of postmodernity is conditional by information. Meanwhile, postmodernism provides an immanent critique of enlightenment. The focal point of philosophy then is how to communicate and to understand. The Confucian concepts of "Jen" (real humanity), "Tao" (the way), "Huseh" (learning, "chih" (understand), "hsing" (actions) are ground for communication and understanding. "Jen" as real humanity provides a process ontology which makes an open hermeneutical process possible. Through reflection and critique on pre-understanding (...)
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  3. Chenyang Li (forthcoming). Doing Chinese Political Philosophy Without" Mat Vendor's Fallacy". Journal of Chinese Philosophy.
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  4. A. T. Nuyen (forthcoming). The Dao of Ethics* The Writings ofIevinas to The DaoDeJingl J J. Journal of Chinese Philosophy.
     
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