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OUR LATEST ISSUE

ORIENS EXTREMUS 58.2020-2021 contains two special sections, one on Rethinking Kang Youwei in the Twenty-First Century, guest-edited by Peter Zarrow (University of Connecticut), and one on Recent Japanese Studies on Chinese Philosophy.

This is the full list of contents: 

Special section

Rethinking Kang Youwei in the Twenty-First Century: a Symposium

Peter ZARROW

A Kang Youwei for the Twenty-First Century

DUAN Lian 段炼

“Power Creates Principles and Principles Create the Dao”: The Esoteric and Exoteric Essays of Master Kang

Pablo A. BLITSTEIN

The Profitable Side of Things: Kang Youwei’s On How Matter Can Save The Nation

WANG Fansen 王汎森

The Modern Chinese “Utopian Impulse” and the Datongshu

Carine DEFOORT

Unfreezing and Untangling the Modern Notion of Zhengming: From Kang Youwei to Hu Shi

Seán MOORES

Criticisms of Neo-Confucianism in the Philosophy of KangYouwei 康有為 (1858–1927)

LEE Ting-mien 李庭綿

A Preliminary Overview of Kang Youwei Studies in ChinaToday


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Recent Japanese Studies on Chinese Philosophy

NAKAJIMA Takahiro 中島隆博, Trans. HUA Rui 華銳

The Modern Era of Laozi Interpretation: The Intersection Between Japanese and European Sinology

ISHII Tsuyoshi 石井剛, Trans. Takeshi MORISATO and Cody STATON

The “Philological Turn” in the Chinese Academy of Qing Dynasty and World Philosophy

SHINO Yoshinobu 志野好伸, Trans. Takeshi MORISATO and Cody STATON

Chinese Philosophy for Logicians: The Case of Jin Yuelin and Shen Youding

WATANABE Yoshihiro渡邉義浩, Trans. HUA Rui 華銳

The Characteristics of Lunyu Jijie by He Yan



Francesca PUGLIA

Is Taiyi 太一 the Sun in the Taiyi Sheng Shui 太一生水?

Stefanie SCHALLER

Der Pagodenpark von Shantou: Von der Verhüllung und Umwidmung eines Gedenkorts für die Kulturrevolution

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