Journal of Chinese Philosophy 42 (1-2):4-9 (2015)

The essays in this special edition of the Chinese Journal of Philosophy represent a wealth of creativity stemming from the task of making connections between orientations that are geographically, historically and culturally separated from one another. This indicates that there are ways in which to land upon contextualised aspects of universality without any pretense toward universalism. In this respect, Professor Chung-ying Cheng’s onto-generative hermeneutics informs many of the ideas that find expression in the arguments. His thirty-years of research defines the tone of the East-West conference and for that reason speaks to many of the themes addressed by the scholars at the conference such as creatively engaging ancient classical literature with a view to resolving modern philosophical dilemmas and extending avenues of research within Western philosophy, the formation of the self in the experience of interpretation, harmonising disparate and otherwise contradictory points of view.
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