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  1. Milan Kundera: On the fiction genre and the paradox of value.Jean Bessiere - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (9):5-17.
    Kundera's work for the value of the discussion is paradoxical. Value has been discussed, but not to determine the mode of expression. Czech Communist world has been a negative value of the world, the Western world is no exception, but no distinct conditions. Kundera value theme, fiction and literary criticism by the two-pronged in-depth exploration. Therefore, he ironically and laugh questioned. Kun's been through a different story, and the constant implied, clearly expressed the following view: value is determined, but can (...)
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  2. Between Dream and Reality: Dream-Narrative in Milan Kundera's Fiction.Lin Che - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (9):67-82.
    Kundera's novel committed to the philosophy, narrative and dream of unity, "Dream" Theme of the novel often become a metaphor, in the works plays a decisive role. In early works, the dream narrative be regarded as "polyphony of control" and "bit lines"; and in later work, Kundera to fantasy to structure the work to achieve a "blend of fantasy and truth," the ambition. His dream of using in line with its so-called "wisdom of uncertainty" in the spirit of the novel. (...)
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  3. Kundera: A Romantic Philospher or a Philosophical Novelist? Exemplefied by Tereza's Narrative.Pauline Hong - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (9):19-34.
    In the "Art of Fiction" , a book, the author Milan Kundera mentioned to promote Teresa the birth of the association sentence as follows: body, soul, dizziness, weakness, idyllic, paradise. For Thomas is: light and heavy. In the "Unbearable Lightness of life" duality of the novel text clear large-scale structure , the Teresa's life is an important narrative spools, to follow her development the reader will have many clues to explore the theme of the novel nuclear Hu. Trisha is rendered (...)
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  4. Introduction: Milan Kundera.Zee Hwang - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (9):1-4.
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  5. On Milan Kundera's Limmortalite.Zee Hwang - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (9):35-49.
    Up to five hundred Kundera's novel "Immortal" is his sixth novel, published in 1990 in France, three years later published in his native Czech Republic. In "The Unbearable Lightness of Being", this is the author of the last one to the mother language of the novel, the author is the first time in France as the background story of creation. Content with the story, essays, biographies, etc., showing the life of the twentieth century's thinking. The book is divided into seven (...)
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  6. Book Review: Milan • Milan Kundera: "Jacques and His Master.". [REVIEW]Jui-Yuan Li - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (9):125-128.
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  7. Ni Zan's Aesthetic thought of Painting.Shan Li - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (9):151-174.
    Yuan Ni Zan is an outstanding artist and painting theorist, his work and painting with the past and the role of aesthetic ideas, and produce a far-reaching impact. Ni Zan's paintings aesthetics can be summarized as "write the chest outgassing" view of the nature of painting, "self-entertainment" concept and function of painting "not shape" of the painting concept. In this painting under the guidance of aesthetics, Ni Zan's paintings in particular the practice of using "Plaza pen hastily" way of writing, (...)
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  8. Book Review: Milan • Milan Kundera: "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" - "there is" the starting and destination. [REVIEW]May-Chun Ling - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (9):119-123.
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  9. Milan Kundera: An Explorer of Human Existence.Hai-Qing Liu - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (9):51-65.
    In the mechanization of the modern world, philosophy and science of human existence itself is becoming increasingly forgotten, Kundera believes the novel to complete the "presence" to arouse and questioning, so light and spacious novel take on the "forgotten the existence of" role. He defined the essence of the novel as a "poetic meditation on existence," This combination of "literary poetry" and "philosophical" concept represents today the creation of novel values. Kundera's thinking is rooted in the existence of the human (...)
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  10. The Phenomenology of Prayer-On the Western Humanities Attention about the Problems of Prayer.Xin Rui - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (9):129-150.
    Prayer, scholars in the West is often seen as an important religious practices. But with the current European research in the field of philosophy turned to the occurrence of theology, humanities scholars, prayer has become a major concern and discussion topics. And this paper is to reflect on this phenomenon into the road, through the analysis of Derrida, Levinas, Nancy, who pray on the discussion, trying to explore the contemporary Western scholars have discussed why the prayer, and pray and what (...)
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  11. Understanding the Taiwan Independence Issue with the Concept of Kitsch in Kundera's Novel.Raymond Shen - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (9):99-117.
    Milan Kundera for the Czech writer, because stands for democratic reform is seen as the "Prague Spring" of rebellion. Exile in France in 1968 to leave the Czech Republic, France, in 1981, achieved international citizenship in 1984 published his famous novel "The Unbearable Lightness of Being", although his work has obvious meaning of philosophical criticism, but strictly speaking he did not have a strong political overtones, it is difficult to be included in the political consciousness of action distinct writers . (...)
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  12. The Hedonistic Genealogy in Kundera's Novel, La Lenteur.Jia Zhao - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (9):83-98.
    "Slow" inherited the art of Kundera's polyphonic novel features, generally divided into three main lines: Ruth Dove to Iraq than the simple exposition of the dimensional look • Denon novel "no tomorrow," the description of the appearance of contemporary society phenomena of the show, three lines were intertwined together constitute the "slow" the main frame. The three main line Kundera outlined in the ancient Greek - the eighteenth century - contemporary social hedonism pedigree, three times in the novel framework of (...)
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  13. Shen-bai Liao: Publicity Changes in Communicative Life.Guo-wen Zhou - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (9):175-179.
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  14. The Distinction between Qingxing and Qingyu in Jin-xi Lou's Concepts.Mei-Chuan Chang - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (6):141-158.
    For recent academic thinking Luo River late Ming literary trends of romance generated a considerable extent. Therefore, to clarify how the Luo River near view "feeling" of this concept, the study will be of particular significance. Purpose of this paper will be near the river in the Law "affective" and "passion" concept, the meaning of the distinction between discussion and to complement the academic Roche "feeling" the inadequacy of the concept of research. In terms of research methods, starting from the (...)
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  15. The Art of Teaching in Confucianism-Informed by Analects.Fu-Bing Chen - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (6):21-35.
    For a long time, the teaching of those who taught the learning and teaching, almost all tend to approach to study psychology in this direction, will teach the use of teaching and learning theory in teaching situations; and general scholars in the field of education also tend to put greater emphasis on teaching personality and behavior and attitudes of the research, hoping to understand the excellent teaching quality and teaching those who teach what qualities need to have in order to (...)
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  16. Introduction: Thoughts of the Chinese Confucianism.Fu-Bing Chen - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (6):1-3.
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  17. Book Review: Zhang Shunqing: "Confucian" health "of the Ethical Thought". [REVIEW]Mei-Ling Hsiao - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (6):95-101.
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  18. The thought of "Jung Dau" from Wang Tong and His Saying about "Three Are One".Yong-Sing Jhong - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (6):159-177.
    Wang Tong, word Zhong Yan, Shi Xiao Yue "Neutron Man." The work is handed down, "said", and "that" under the previous research that the book is not a pseudo-book, for fear of them descendants Farfetched adjunction of the suspect. Cynics through the Sui Dynasty king, his life respected weekly holes, and to mark the industry to Kuangfu Confucianism, rather Hong Daoshu world's heart. Wang Tong Confucian classics commentaries from the past, the culture, he also highlighted by Confucianism and practical benefits, (...)
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  19. The Discussion of Similarity and Difference in Confucius' Portraits from Mencius and Xunzi.Li-hua Kuo - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (6):37-49.
    "Mencius" and "Xunzi" in each one the image of Confucius, another of the same, can be found in "Confucius" in the Mencius and Xun important saints with the image of philosophy, but also shows the spirit of Confucianism; each other's differences, then Meng, Xun philosophical understanding of "Confucius" image and its position is closely related to the choice of interpretation. This phenomenon, in addition to that "Confucius" image of diversity, but also illustrates the philosophy over the traditional continuity of the (...)
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  20. On Reading Confucian Classics as Informed by "Confucius Meeting Nanzi".Hsiao-Huei Pan - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (6):5-20.
    "The Analects of Confucius," the book rarely involved in women's issues, only five Southern child is the "Analects" the only woman mentioned a name. "Nan-zi" of the parties to comment by ancient scholars, interpretation or conjecture, the Qing Dynasty historian Zhao Yi also said: "" The Analects of Confucius, "but" Nan-zi "chapter most unsolvable." "Nan-zi "How in the end should look at? For this article by ancient scholars of the "Nan-zi," the viewing order, to provide a contemporary reading of the (...)
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  21. Ju Xi and Zhuang Zi's Doctrine.Chun-hai Tseng - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (6):109-124.
    Zhu Xi article to learn how to enter into the village, the spirit as well as obtaining further beyond away, to the critical position of Science in village, and because the lessons learned from the village can construct the philosophy of Zhu Xi Neo system resources to research that Zhu Xi's Neo-Confucianism and Taoism, Chuang-tzu thinking outside the edge of the inner logic of all sorts of relationships. Zhu Wen pointed out that the customs service in the conduct of public (...)
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  22. The Dialogues between Giulio Aleni's Sānshān lúnxué jĭ and Confucianism.Huei-Chung Wang - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (6):77-94.
    Seventeenth century Catholic priest who reached for religious missions, indirectly, to promote East-West cultural exchanges, the Chinese culture in addition to material culture, science and technology to enhance the knowledge of many of China's Confucian culture also has a considerable degree of impact. I am deeply passed in the seventeenth century by the Catholic ideology is a part can not be ignored, so this paper attempts to introduce a number of missionaries was its Aleni, how he compared with the Chinese (...)
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  23. Deng, Hong: The Study Of Dung Zhong Shu's Thoughts.Yi-Hsien Wang - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (6):103-108.
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  24. Academic information.Hui-Ling Wu - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (6):178-185.
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  25. The Vitality Worship of Filial Piety and the Way of Health Preserving of Confucianism.Qun-Zhong Xiao - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (6):51-62.
    From the life of worship and filial piety is the continuation of life and intergenerational care and mutual support groups, and generated filial responsibility is the ultimate value of the Chinese health basis of good health by the Confucian emphasis on moral characteristics of the decision, mainly for the benevolent life, Wise music to moral, intellectual support heart health happy life wisdom. Filial piety comes from the vitality worship and the view of life on continuity and the relationship between generations, (...)
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  26. An Analysis on the Aesthetic Theory of Wang Wei's On Paintings.Huang-Chieh Yu - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (6):125-139.
    Wang Wei is important to draw on the Eastern Jin Dynasty house, its Lifetime slightly later Zong Bing, its important to draw on the "classification of Painting" with Zong Bing's "painting landscapes order" with the earliest theory of the Chinese landscape painting. Both the theory of painting a lot in common, it is worth more study. This paper is divided into the following four sections: Wang Wei's life activities; "classification of Painting" context; "classification of painting" aesthetic meaning; conclusions. Wang Wei's (...)
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  27. On Liu Zong-yuan's View on Mencius.Yong Zhang - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (6):63-76.
    Liu on Mencius on human nature is good, justice and benefit directly criticized in the Guan, Yi Yin evaluation also showed a different attitude and Mencius. In his view, Mencius thought "slow to Shu", not Confucius, "radical people", so not the orthodox Confucian thought successor, should not be included in the Confucian "orthodoxy." Liu criticized by Mencius, the Confucian "Road" from beyond the level of virtue and morality, to lead the real level of people's livelihood, the Mencius view of reality (...)
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  28. The Interpreations about Religiousness by Modern Philosophers, Zong-san Mou, Kuang Lo and Chun-yi Tang-Modern Dialetical Interpretations about the Unity of Heaven and Man.Jen-Kuen Chen - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (5):89-118.
    Traditional religious face of modern rational thought and the impact of science and technology, spirituality or transcendence is not the pursuit of this disappeared. In addition to the myth of the rational society to resolve the curse does not mean that people no longer touch the soul longing and fulfillment. Modern civilization and traditional culture, although expression of the change, but human nature itself, there are still deep spiritual needs or transcendent longing. The face of contemporary philosophy of religion and (...)
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  29. Research for Chinese Philosophy across the Strait in Recent 60 Years.Bau-Ruei Duh - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (5):179-182.
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  30. Book Review: Huang Chun-chieh: "East Asian Confucian Perspective Hsu Fu-kuan and ideas.". [REVIEW]Chiu-yun Huang - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (5):127-136.
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  31. On the Construction and Reflection of Lin He's Neo-Confucian Philosophy.Hsin-er Huang - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (5):71-88.
    Helin is a modern Chinese philosopher and important representatives of early Neo-Confucianism, one of his early years in Beijing, Tsinghua University by the industry in Liang sects, to the United States after graduating from Oberlin University, Harvard University study; ideological essence of Europe after the draw and then to Germany University of Berlin, the idea with the new Hegelian school with Lu and Wang, the creation of a new ideology of Mind. The face of the huge number of theories, the (...)
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  32. Introduction: A Study of Contemporary Chinese Philosophy sides.Chun-hai Tseng - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (5):1-2.
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  33. On Bai-hua Zong's Realm Aesthetics from the Perspective of Lifelikeness.Chun-hai Tseng - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (5):53-69.
    Zong is the most contemporary Chinese aestheticians can access the Western aesthetic theory, and to study traditional Chinese aesthetics, given the profound theoretical interpretation of the representative scholars, this article through the body on the Chinese Confucian philosophy, metaphysics, to explore how the depth Zong Baihua the core of Chinese art of life, thus building with Chinese national characteristics of aesthetic theory. The article attempts to "Lively" and "aesthetic mood" Proposition two major Chinese aesthetics discourse constructed by Zong's Vivid aesthetic (...)
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  34. Kuang Lo: Complete Works of Lokuang.Huei-Chung Wang - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (5):119-126.
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  35. How to Treat "Nature" Well-the Concern of the "Relationship between Heaven and Man" and the "Unity of Heaven and Man" in Yue-lin Jin's Philosophy.Zhong-Jiang Wang - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (5):27-52.
    Mr. Jin in Western philosophy and methods as a basis for the development of logic and theory of knowledge or even the system of metaphysics, he consciously for his metaphysics into the elements of Chinese philosophy and culture, as emotional sustenance and spiritual power, This is from his "On the Road" title can be seen from his use of a lot of classical Chinese philosophy inherent in the words Promise and tai chi, and love, body, and with a few and (...)
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  36. The Meaning of Culture in Lonergan's Thought.Chia-hua Wei - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (5):137-160.
    Lang discussed the root Nepalese people's understanding of culture, there is a change from the cultural norms and cultural ideas into the experience of ideas. Cultural norms of ideas means that culture has a correct meaning and value, meaning and value of this group is that all cultural norms. Cultural experience is the idea that it knows there are many cultures, it study to compare the different cultures, understanding culture is causing it, and that there will be development and cultural (...)
     
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  37. Creation and Metaphysics: The Way of Aquinas' Thought.Guang-Cheng Wu - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (5):161-177.
    God in Aquinas's philosophy, the metaphysical interacts with creationism. Aquinas in his understanding of metaphysics in the presence of pure activity, the reality of nature, but nature is the basis of everything is what it is, thus highlighting the reality of the existence and nature of potential, as well as the nature of existence priority. He also followed the principle of existence that is good, and some perspective from the point of all things good and its existence and associated with (...)
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  38. Dong-sun, Zhang's Epistemology and the Associated Criticism-Launching a Period of New Philosophers through Epistemologism.Yao-nan Zhang - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (5):3-25.
    In 1923-1937 was about 15 years, Zhang Dong-sun completed its first phase of the philosophy of creation, the theme of "epistemological diversity" or "knowledge diversity, said," and "architecture theory." This is the philosophy of modern China's earliest writing, compared with academic so-called "era of innovation systems", ahead of a whole era. With lan-called "sub-school age" and "after school age" of the perspective to observe, in the "classics era" that followed the end, Zhang Dong-sun with its "self-made system at the end (...)
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  39. W. Härle, B. Vogel: Vom Rechte, Das Mit Uns Geboren Ist. Aktuelle Probleme Des Naturrechts.Ming-Chuan Chou - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (4):113-118.
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  40. The Signification of Confucian Ethics of Virtue in Contemporary Theory.Qun Gong - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (4):159-174.
    In the West the ancient, traditional virtue ethics is based on the ancient hope of Aristotle as the representative of the Prince, the contemporary revival of virtue ethics is also the West, mainly from Aristotle to seek intellectual resources. Virtue Ethics to the actors or the actors as the central basis of the center of attention is the human good and happiness, and virtue is its central areas. What people or what people should be the primary research study is the (...)
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  41. Beauty in Things: A Comparison between the Theories of Thomas Aquinas and Zhuangzi.Katia Ho - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (4):119-138.
    Our theme is the philosophy of Thomas Aquinas, and Chuang Tzu philosophy from start to explore what they look up the meaning of "all things are is beautiful" this way of thinking, the similarities and differences between these two philosophical system of control which, for us about what Western cultures of the "beauty" of a deeper problem of understanding. The philosophy of Thomas Aquinas tips to us, beyond the value of property is there, beyond the United States is one of (...)
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  42. The Formation and Development of the Contemporary Catholic New Natural Law Theory.Qing-hua Lin - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (4):139-157.
    New natural law school is the most important contemporary Western, the most influential ideas of Catholic ethics. The purpose of this paper is to introduce the theoretical background of the school, as well as from the formation, maturation, and then to continue to develop the three periods, on this basis, a brief analysis of the new natural law theory and its ethical significance of the main points. This paper discusses the theoretic background of the New Natural Law Theory-one of the (...)
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  43. From St. Thomas' Theory of Natural Law to Construct a Moral Ethics.Ching-Chang Liu - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (4):3-24.
    St. Thomas Aquinas Church, consistent with its strict division of thinking, natural law reflect the overall structure in the human meaning of the law, St. division general idea of natural law and natural law thinking on the theoretical basis and promote Jieyou different. This article from the "Summa Theologica" of the context and purpose according to St. division writing point of view the concept of natural law, St. division, if we by Thomas Aquinas on eternal law, divine law, human understanding (...)
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  44. The Natural Law Constructed in the System of Aquinas's Virtue Ethics.Hsiao-Huei Pan - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (4):25-43.
    Thomas Aquinas called the idea of natural law as the most dynamic contemporary classical natural law theory, in order to complete his philosophical system to support its legal theory. Especially in the virtue ethics of the system construction, the "law" in the "natural law" or "natural moral law" as the first principle of human behavior, and is the principle objective of the external, and "habit" - in particular, is a good habit "virtue" - as the inner principle of human behavior (...)
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  45. Introduction: St. Thomas' Natural Law.Hsiao-Huei Pan - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (4):1-2.
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  46. St. Thomas' Natural Law and Laozi's Heavenly Dao: A Comparison and Dialogue.Vincent Shen - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (4):85-105.
    This article aims to explore the concept of Heaven and St. Thomas Aquinas I "Summa Theologica" explained the basis of natural law and metaphysics. The philosophy, the I's "Road" was opened on their own, said that the ultimate reality itself; second source that can be raw, such as "Dawson, one two, two three, three things," a phrase below; again , then follow all the rules change. In this regard, I tend to "Heaven", "heaven" statement, basically all things to follow the (...)
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  47. Zhang, Huaxia: Modern Science and the Ethic World.Song Tian - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (4):175-180.
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  48. The Emergence of New Natural Law legal theory and St. Thomas Aquinas.Jiang-jia Wang - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (4):63-83.
    In the field of law in the 1960s, the natural law as the development of international law and human rights in national constitutions and justice legislative positivism, the law was again declared dead. But as H. Rommen Yongjie said the return of natural law, in the 1980s after, John Finnis's theory according to Germain Grisez, Joseph Boyle with the development of new natural law theory become legal theory of the market, to be positive with the mainstream legal theory of a (...)
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  49. T John Finnis: Aquinas: Moral, Political And Legal Theory.Jiang-jia Wang - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (4):107-112.
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  50. Reports on Recent Conference: "Mediaeval Philosophy: Its Standpoint and Methodology".Melinda Xue - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (4):181-184.
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  51. The Value and Contribution of St. Thomas' Natural Law in Social Philosophy.Shih-Hsiung Yang - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (4):45-61.
    For the "natural" and "law" of these two concepts have a different understanding, it will produce a different understanding of natural law. These different understanding of natural law, are usually built on a different basis of metaphysics and epistemology. This paper has no intention of Thomas Aquinas's natural law position, and the philosophical systems of different argument positions, to show the social philosophy of Thomas Aquinas on the natural law of value and contribution. Because the kind of argument, often reduced (...)
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  52. The Healing Effects of Buddhist Philosophical Counseling on Life.Ho-Ling Hsu - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (3):173-187.
    The integration of technology as a cross of "holistic humanism," the Buddhist philosophy of counseling, it is from the human body and mind as integrated holistic dimension starting to play the humanities and social sciences and interdisciplinary professional cooperation between the common concern in the the suffering of life issues of mutual healing, helping others free from the fear caused by disaster and Fearful, and alleviate the sufferings of body and mind suffered. This paper seeks to suffer from the Buddha (...)
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  53. The Theory of Buddha-bodies in the Context of Soteriology-focusing on the Mahāyānasamgraha.Ching Keng - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (3):119-145.
    This paper advocates learned in the religious context of liberation, the "theology," a concept can be reasonably applied to religious traditions other than Christianity. According to that "beyond the world community and how the phenomenon of contact" as a general theological issues, and Consciousness-only school of Buddhism, one of the major literature of the "photo Mahayana theory of" how to respond to this issue. In the "photo Mahayana theory" in this issue of "inaction of the Dharma Realm to save sentient (...)
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  54. The Faith of a Genius: On Doubting and Believing in the Thoughts of Blaise Pascal.Chung-kee Lee - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (3):153-172.
    Pascal is a genius anyway. He, who is also a mathematician, engineer and inventor. However, only very few of the readers know he is a man of deep philosophical and religious thinkers. Doubt in his life and struggle, this is the most stringent kind of doubt - doubt of all things in the world complete skepticism. However, he did not yield. Skeptics say, people can not grasp any truth, the best strategy is no less than any judge. With Pascal may (...)
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  55. The Christian Origin of Being and Time.Ka-Wing Leung - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (3):49-73.
    The development of Christian thought on Heidegger can not be ignored. Heidegger was born in a conservative Catholic family, he entered college was originally a theological student. Even after he was formally separated from the Catholic system, he also regarded as a Christian theologian since. Until 1935, he was also born in the beliefs of his distress. This paper will focus on "Being and Time," presented by the theme of Christianity, Christianity is still trying to point out many of his (...)
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  56. Academic information.Shu-fen Lin - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (3):189-193.
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  57. Li, Zhang Yin: Destruction-Indication: Heidegger's Phenomenology and Its Theological Significance.Shu-fen Lin - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (3):147-151.
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  58. God and Time: On Augustine's and Husserl's Theological View.Lee-Chun Lo - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (3):29-48.
    This article attempts to "God" and "time" two concepts to explain Augustine and Husserl on the theological point of view of theoretical relationships. Discussion focused on the following: First, Augustine describes how the "theory of light," "Memory" and "spiritual" and "time" issues such as thinking there is away to grasp the eternal God, and by God's revealed truth; In addition, that Augustine's theological point of view of the problem, then leads to Husserl the transcendental subject of "time consciousness" and "God" (...)
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  59. The Systemic-hermeneutical Adoptive Turn of Hegel's Idea of Spirit and Its Theological Meaning: An Outline.Jing-Jong Luh - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (3):7-28.
    In the Western intellectual and cultural history, the spirit of the concept can be described as diverse and integrated, that is a heritage that is innovative, but also full of philosophy and theology, dialectical process of the concept of intercultural integration. If the West's understanding of this concept in the history of his generation in the history of modern thought of the effect, for this concept in the overall context of Western civilization in the proper sense of its value, but (...)
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  60. The Thinking of God within Levinas's Phenomenology of the Face and Its Theological Implication.Yuan-wei Teng - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (3):95-118.
    French philosopher Levinas's phenomenology, though not face the problem of God as the center, but then Houhaidege thinking of God have a major impact. This paper is intended to be an analysis of the text as the main text, with its whole thought process as the background to clarify the concept of God in the philosophy of the layers of the column's meaning. We first discuss the loyalty of God in his philosophy in the positions and roles, and then to (...)
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  61. Dose Heidegger Stand for a Theological Philosophy or a Philosophical Theology? In Comparison with Husserl's and Arendt's Position.Wen-Sheng Wang - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (3):75-93.
    In this paper, to Hannah Arendt's philosophy of Husserl and represented to illustrate the possible implications of philosophical theology: the Christian meaning of Husserl Han built on the basis of Greek philosophy, which is a tone of surprise as the starting point of philosophy of factors; Arendt secularization of Christianity in philosophy, and this is the metaphorical language of the philosophy of language for both factors. This then raised the image of the language of Western philosophy may be, and from (...)
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  62. Introduction: Philosophy and Theology.Wen-Sheng Wang - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (3):1-5.
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  63. Ethical Issues of Modern Life - the View of Islam.Pushpa Anbu - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (2):55-74.
    Although Islam is one of the largest world religion, but the Islamic doctrine of modern life interesting point of view of ethics is still in its infancy. Islamic ethics based on the "Koran", "Hadith" and "Sharia" the basis of these three. This statement of Islam on homosexuality, abortion, euthanasia, organ transplants, surrogate motherhood, stem cell research and human cloning technology, the ethical point of view. Though Islam is one of the leading religions in the world, scholarship on Islamic bioethics is (...)
     
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  64. On Thoughts of Chinese National Character from Montesquieu.Cong-lan Chen - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (2):145-157.
    Montesquieu the basis of social phenomenon in itself, starting from the climate determinism, summarized the different climate, different regimes Chinese people's "general character", summed up the national country with the structure of the organization, groups of Chinese nationals based, values-based ethics orientation, and cowardly obedience, benevolent gentle, industrious and frugal and other personality characteristics. And in-depth analysis of the root causes of the Chinese national character produced. The idea to open criticism of Western thinkers, marked the beginning of China's national (...)
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  65. Peng Guo-xiang: Confucian Tradition: Crossing Religion and Humanism.Yang-Luen Cheng - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (2):175-180.
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  66. Catholic Ethics of Wealth: A Study of Religious Ethics.John Chuang - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (2):91-116.
    Asians face the following problems will feel disturbed: Christians hold on as long as the "spiritual poverty" is enough, or must comply with the real "material poverty" ? In other words, the ethical point of view of Christian life, Christians can do to get rich? In religious and secular wealth paradox seems to exist between the phenomenon of Taiwan in terms of the Catholic laity, religious ethics and wealth can resolve the contradiction between what? Therefore, this study first, sort out (...)
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  67. Introduction: Religion and Bioethics.John Chuang, Maria Selvamani & Wen-Hsiang Chen - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (2):1-4.
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  68. Louis Aldrich, SJ: Maintaining Human Dignity.Hung-en Hsiao - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (2):123-127.
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  69. "one Principle, Many Manifestations" And Self-negation: The Confucian Reflection On Foundation Of Bioethics.Po-Yuan Kao - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (2):39-53.
    Bioethics , although based on the life sciences the ethical issues raised by the core, but on the basis of ethics and traditional ethics is still closely related. In this paper, Engelhardt's "basis of bioethics," a book as a reference point to illustrate how to respond to post-modern Confucian ethics presented by relativism and nihilism, and Confucianism how to provide a general, secular ethics, with to communicate with different moral background, that is, the moral strangers between the communication possible. This (...)
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  70. Thome Fang and the Union of the Cultures.An-ze Li - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (2):129-143.
    Group of Chinese philosophers in the twentieth century, the United States east side is a modern sense of a world vision and character. His intense East-West confrontation, the various companies contend China's modern cultural trends in the overall context, adhere to the position of Chinese culture-based, to take in Western philosophy, Chinese philosophy for the modern and innovative twist, switch to the new road. Some commentators have pointed out, Fang Dongmei's philosophical line represents a "first to understand the West, then (...)
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  71. Frozen Surplus Embryos: An Unanswered Question in Catholic Bioethics.Maria Selvamani - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (2):75-90.
    As artificial reproduction technology usage in the United States increased, the remaining frozen embryos have accumulated more than five hundred thousand, and how to deal with these embryos become a very important issue. Catholic Church from the beginning opposed to artificial reproductive technology, that kind of frozen embryos is not the case and that justice can not be properly addressed. There are two Catholic ethicists to send their views: the primary school proposed to mention saving ultra-low temperature freezing embryos is (...)
     
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  72. Holy cells? Why Christians should support stem cell research.Maria Selvamani - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (2):119-122.
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  73. Sources of Human Stem Cell Research Ethical Controversy - to Explore the Ethical Dimensions of a Buddhist.Chao-Hwei Shih - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (2):5-37.
    Proliferation of stem cell self-replication capabilities, can be used as medical treatment of disease control, tissue transplantation, or drug development and testing. Obtained from research using embryonic pluripotent stem cells, have captured a large embryo life too. Tendency to deny the embryo the scientific community is equal to the entire whole of the "person." General recommendations: embryo research in fourteen days after egg fertilization, because embryonic development at this time, no perception nor sense, does not have "people" the moral sense. (...)
     
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  74. Body, Bad Faith and Essential Attitude of Cultural Identity: Sartre as a Starting-Point.Chung-chi Yu - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (2):159-174.
    This paper attempts by Saudi Arabia's "bad faith", "body" and other concepts as well as his discussion on the issue to explore Jewish culture and ethnic identity. In its main philosophical works, "and there is nothing" , a book, "bad faith" and "body" respectively, although in a different context, but the topics discussed on this view, exists between the two an intrinsic relation with. On this basis, we further elaborate the Saudi's views on the Jews, in addition to sorting out (...)
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  75. Reports on Recent International Conferences of Philosophical Counseling.Yu-Chih Kao - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (1):147-150.
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  76. Philosophical Counseling with Meaning and Value as Its Content.Bernard Li - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (1):3-18.
    In terms of its original meaning of philosophy is to have meaning action, in the philosophy of action theory, action theory of water far is the specific method of practice, philosophical activities include: review, analysis, synthesis, speculative, specifications and evaluation. This continued for six activities of Philosophy is actually a philosophy of action, philosophers believe that this action can be applied to all six subjects above. From the said, the philosophy of action aimed at seeking change, change of purpose of (...)
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  77. Introduction: Christian faith-based Counseling and Philosophical Counseling.Bernard Li - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (1):1-2.
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  78. Seeing Mind Philosophers' Wisdom about Life and Death from Their Antemortem Expressions-On the Ultimate Concern and Thought of Confucian Philosophy of Life in the Ming Dynasty.Pei-Yang Li - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (1):129-146.
    Life and death of all life philosophy can not be avoided the core issue. Heart scientist Wang Ming, Wang Ji, Luo Rufang and others to the fate of Confucian wisdom inherent in the foundation, eclectic Buddhism, the fate of the two teaching concepts, inherited and promoted Song Zhang Zai's "qi," the concept of life and death to form the Ming Dynasty, the Confucian school of Mind unique life and death. Their life and death, to "conscience Conscience," as the major " (...)
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  79. Views of 'Change' in Counseling Theories: Co-construction of Philosophy and Psychology.Yaw-Sheng Lin - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (1):87-110.
    This paper attempts to construct philosophical counseling and psychological counseling dialogue interface, to echo the emphasis on psychology, philosophy. First, that the orientation of positivism psychological counseling "change" is a single metaphor point mode, can not cover the complex phenomenon of human mind and behavior, such as the current main school counseling, at least can be divided into four systems, but in the care of human the overall situation is inadequate. Then, by mode of outlook on the world of metaphor, (...)
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  80. Archetypal Pastoral Counseling.Yu-lin Lin - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (1):55-72.
    "Prototype model" Pastoral counseling is based on the Bible and develop a way of pastoral counseling. Prototype can be made ​​into the subject when, after the fall, in Christ, three prototypes; are called "seed prototype", "post-prototype", "grow prototypes." Pastoral counseling is a prototype to help people find God created him, the "seed prototype" of the mind and the blueprint, to clarify the current of the "post-prototype" of the achievements of response patterns, relationships, patterns, there is a pattern, and enter in (...)
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  81. Speeches on "On Time: Analysis and Comments of Augustinus' Confessiones XI".Vincent Shen - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (1):151-183.
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  82. The Confucian Philosophical Counseling Progress of "Keh-Sheng-Shou-Sheh".Ying-fen Su - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (1):39-54.
    This paper deals with the practical application of the Confucian philosophy of how to practice in the consultative process to explore, "g wins close photo" Although it is first proposed in this paper the concept of counseling process, however, in the Confucian philosophy is the active, not only is the personal speculations of innovation or the term coined in the article, try this four-character claim its source, to explore why, and the practice of "grams wins close photo" consultative process of (...)
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  83. Duncan Buchanan: The Counselling of Jesus.Yu-Kuang Tai - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (1):79-85.
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  84. Exploration on Karl Rahner's Theological Anthropology.Tao Xu - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (1):111-128.
    Karl Rahner's theological anthropology • is in the mainstream of Christian thought from God-and toward a humanistic background, drawing on Kant's transcendental method and Heidegger's analysis of the traditional philosophy of God, especially for those who圣多瑪斯theory and St. Ignatius of mysticism to transform the results. And compared to the traditional Christian philosophy, as a basis for theological anthropology that is not closed forms of metaphysical belief in the external reflection, but rather as a belief in the transcendent nature of human (...)
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  85. Book Review: Valley, London Father: "to accompany the spiritual soul of the road.". [REVIEW]Anna Yu - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (1):73-78.
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  86. The Practice and Theory of Supernatural Virtues in Ethical Counseling.Anna Yu - 2011 - Philosophy and Culture 38 (1):19-37.
    Ethical guidance counseling as a branch of philosophy, emphasizing the ethical issues, ethical or practical application as its main axis, and its theoretical basis but with reference to ethics as the core, but not limited to ethics, philosophy and other areas philosophy and techniques are also included. Ethical guidance, roughly speaking, is a kind of ethical vision of counseling or counseling programs, counseling staff attention to the ethical life of the case rate, which choose the direction of the talks, purpose, (...)
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