ISCP Panels at APA-Pacific Meeting 4/5-10, 2021

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I. April 9, Friday Afternoon, 3 – 5 PM (US Pacific Time)

G15D. International Society for Chinese Philosophy, Session 1
Topic: Freedom in Chinese Philosophy

Chair: Chung-Ying Cheng (University of Hawaii at Manoa)
Speakers: Jianping Hu (Nanyang Technological University)
“Character or Virtue?: A Xunzian Critique of Situationism”
Kai Wang (Beijing Normal University)
“Human Empathy and Xunzian Moral Agency”
Siqi Chen (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)
“Interdependence and Mutual Accomplishment: Tang Junyi’s Metaphysics of Freedom and Morality”
Chung-Ying Cheng (University of Hawaii at Manoa)
“Two Forms of Freedom: Mencius and Zhuangzi”

II. April 10, Saturday, 3:00 – 5 pm (US Pacific Time)
G18B. International Society for Chinese Philosophy, Session 2
Topic: Ethical Problem Solving from Chinese Perspectives

Chair: Geir Sigurdsson (Háskóli Íslands)
Speakers: William Dou (University of Hawaii at Manoa)
“On the Mohist Canons A65-67: Technical Terminology in the Mojing”
Geir Sigurdsson (Háskóli Íslands)
“Preventing or Healing? A Comparative Chinese-Western Exploration”
Yi Gao (Wuhan University)
“Respecting or Rejecting Etiquette: Different Ways of Moral Construction Between Confucius and Laozi”
Ellen Zhang (Hong Kong Baptist University)
“Why Sex?: The Ethical Concerns of Sex-Bots from a Daoist Perspective”

To access the virtual meeting, please register at APA-Pacific website (note: ISCP membership fee does not cover APA registration fee):
https://www.apaonline.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?alias=2021pacific

The draft of the meeting program is available at:
https://cdn.ymaws.com/www.apaonline.org/resource/resmgr/pacific2021/p2021_meeting_program_draft.pdf

New Revised Deadline of Fu Foundation–ISCP 2022 Essay Contest

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THE CHARLES WEI-HSUN FU FOUNDATION-ISCP
2022 ESSAY CONTEST

The Charles Wei-Hsun Fu Foundation and the International Society for Chinese Philosophy (ISCP) are pleased to announce the 2022 Essay Contest in Chinese Philosophy or Asian philosophy related to Chinese thought.
Three prizes of $2,000 each are offered for the best essays in the area of Chinese philosophy or Asian philosophy related to Chinese thought, including two awards for graduate students or junior faculty (within five years of receipt of their Ph.D.), one each in Chinese and English, as well as one award for a senior scholar, whose essay can be in either Chinese or English.
All awardees are required to attend the 2022 Shanghai conference of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy (June 27-30, 2022), hosted by East China Normal University, to present their winning essays.
Funding (up to $1000) also will be provided for the winners to travel to the 2022 biennial ISCP conference at East China Normal University, Shanghai, China.
ELIGIBILITY
The contest is open to all ISCP members and scholars at all levels, including independent scholars. However, preference will be given to junior scholars beginning their careers, such as graduate students or junior faculty (within five years of receipt of their Ph.D.), as well as independent scholars of comparable standing, and one senior scholar in need of funding to attend the conference. To join ISCP, please visit: https://iscp-online1.org/membership/

SUBMISSIONS
All submissions should be sent to iscpecnu2021@sina.com, with “Fu Essay Contest” in the subject line. Decisions will be rendered by separate panels of scholars, drawn from the membership of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy. Previously published papers are not acceptable. Submissions in English should not exceed 5,000 words; submission in Chinese should not exceed 7,000 words. DEADLINE: March 1, 2022.

JUDGING CRITERIA
The purpose of the contest is to encourage young scholars who show promise of making important contributions to the study and development of Chinese philosophy or Asian philosophy related to Chinese thought, and to fund senior scholars with financial limitations to present their work at ISCP conferences.
Submissions will be evaluated on the following criteria:
1. CREATIVITY: original philosophical insights, such as East-West comparisons
2. COHERENCE: a cogent, well-argued presentation
3. SCHOLARSHIP: competence in dealing with philosophical texts and interpretations

For more information, please visit the Charles Wei-Hsun Fu Foundation website: http://charlesweihsunfu.org/

 

傅偉勳基金會-國際中國哲學會的論文競賽

傅偉勳基金會與國際中國哲學會(ISCP)很高興宣佈2021年中國哲學或與中國哲學相關的亞洲哲學的論文競賽。
三項各為兩千美元的獎項分別頒發給最佳的中國哲學或與中國哲學相關的亞洲哲學論文。兩個獎項頒給研究生或年輕教員(即取得博士學位後五年之內),中英文作者各一位。第三項獎金頒給資深學者(中英文皆可)。
所有獎金得主必須參加2022年6月27-30日在上海華東師範大學舉行的國際中國哲學會會議以發表他們的得獎論文。
獎金得主尚可取得一千美元為上限的旅費補助以參加2021年兩年一度的國際中國哲學會會議。

參選資格
本競賽開放給所有ISCP會員學者,包括獨立學者,但優先考慮事業起步的年輕學者,如研究生或是助理教授(取得博士學位後五年之內),以及一位需要補助參加本次會議的資深學者。如有意加入本會者,請參見本會網站: https://iscp-online1.org/membership/

論文提交
所有參賽論文請發送至 iscpecnu2021@sina.com , 在郵件標題上注明 “Fu Essay Contest”。由國際中國哲學會的會員所組成的委員會將分組評出競賽結果。已經發表的論文概不接收。英文論文不超過5000字;中文論文不超過7000字。截止日期是2022年3月1日。

評判標準
競賽的目標是鼓勵那些有潛力對中國哲學或與中國哲學相關的亞洲哲學的研究和發展作出重要貢獻的青年學者,並贊助經濟條件有限的資深學者到國際中國哲學會報告論文。
提交的論文將根據以下三個標準進行評價:
1. 創造性:原創的哲學洞見,例如中西比較分析的深度。
2. 融貫性:有說服力的、論證充分的陳述。
3. 學術性:處理哲學文本的詮釋能力。

詳情請參考傅偉勳基金會網站:http://charlesweihsunfu.org/

傅伟勋基金会-国际中国哲学会的论文竞赛

傅伟勋基金会与国际中国哲学会(ISCP)很高兴宣布2021年中国哲学或与中国哲学相关的亚洲哲学的论文竞赛。

三项各为两千美元的奖项分别颁发给最佳的中国哲学或与中国哲学相关的亚洲哲学的论文。两个奖颁给研究生或年轻教员(即取得博士学位后五年之内),中英文作者各一位。第三项奖金颁给资深学者(中英文皆可)。

所有奖金得主必须参加2022年6月27-30日在上海华东师范大学举行的国际中国哲学会会议以发表他们的得奖论文。

奖金得主尚可取得一千美元为上限的旅费补助以参加2022年两年一度的国际中国哲学会会议。

参选资格
本竞赛开放给所有ISCP会员学者,包括独立学者,但优先考虑事业起步的年轻学者,如研究生或是助理教授(取得博士学位后五年之内),以及一位需要补助以参加本次会议的资深学者。如有意加入本会者,请参见本会网站:https://iscp-online1.org/membership/

论文提交
所有参赛论文请发送至 iscpecnu2021@sina.com,在邮件标题上注明“Fu Essay Contest”。由国际中国哲学会的会员所组成的委员会将分组评出竞赛结果。已经发表的论文概不接收。英文论文不超过5000字;中文论文不超过7000字。截止日期是2022年3月1日。

评判标准
竞赛的目标是鼓励那些有潜力对中国哲学或与中国哲学相关的亚洲哲学的研究和发展作出重要贡献的青年学者,并赞助经济条件有限的资深学者到国际中国哲学会报告论文。

提交的论文将根据以下三个标准进行评价:

1. 创造性:原创的哲学洞见,例如中西比較分析的深度。
2. 融贯性:有说服力的、论证充分的陈述。
3. 学术性:处理哲学文本的诠释能力。

详情请参考傅伟勋基金会网站:http://charlesweihsunfu.org/

New Revised Dates & Deadlines–22nd ISCP International Conference

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The 22nd International Conference of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy (ISCP)

Chinese Philosophy from the Perspective of World Philosophy
世界哲学视域中的中国哲学
June 27–30, 2022, East China Normal University, Shanghai, China
Call for Papers

Due to the global impact of the COVID-19, the 22nd International Conference of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy (ISCP) has been postponed from July 2021 to June 27–30, 2022. The postponement is based on careful consideration of the health, safety, and wellbeing of all the attendees of the Conference held at East China Normal University (ECNU) in Shanghai, China. The Conference is hosted by ISCP, the Institute of Modern Chinese Thought & Culture at ECNU, the Department of Philosophy at ECNU, and the Shanghai Association of Comparative Study on Chinese-Western Philosophy and Culture. Please find below information on the new extended deadlines for submissions and registration.

Conference Theme
The conference theme is “Chinese Philosophy from the Perspective of World Philosophy.” Following the spread of Western philosophy in the East and the encounter between Chinese and Western thought, Chinese philosophy started gaining a global perspective. Broadly speaking, “globalness” includes two significant implications. On the one hand, the accumulated achievements of Chinese philosophical thought may provide constructive theoretical resources for the further advancement of world philosophy; furthermore, in this process Chinese philosophy itself will gradually reveals its global meaning. On the other hand, other philosophical traditions in the world (firstly, the Western philosophical traditions), also provide a broad referencing and perspectival viewpoints for the development of Chinese philosophy. Moreover, both in substance and in form, the other philosophical traditions continuously enable Chinese philosophy to obtain new forms of expression, which alternatively manifests both the creativeness and the openness of Chinese philosophy. An unavoidable issue in the study of Chinese philosophy concerns how to care, and learn from, the wisdom of other philosophical traditions and resources, while at the same time exhibiting its own unique significance in today’s world. The 22nd conference of the International Society of Chinese Philosophy aims to advance this line of thinking.
Under the general theme of “Chinese Philosophy from the Perspective of World Philosophy,” the subthemes include, but are not limited to, the following:
(1) What is World Philosophy?
(2) How Does Chinese Philosophy Participate in Worldwide Debates of Different Philosophical Traditions?
(3) Philosophical Reflection on World History
(4) Chinese Philosophy and Eastern Philosophy
(5) Meaning and Limit of Comparative Philosophy
(6) Chinese Philosophy and Analytic Philosophy
(7) Chinese Philosophy and Phenomenology
(8) Chinese Philosophy and Pragmatism
(9) Confucian Philosophy from the Perspective of World Philosophy
(10) Daoist Philosophy from the Perspective of World Philosophy
(11) Buddhist Philosophy from the Perspective of World Philosophy
(12) Chinese Philosophy and World Philosophy in the Post-Pandemic Era

Conference Dates
The official dates are June 27-30, 2022. Registration begins on June 26 and conference participants can depart on July 1.

Conference Location
Location: Minhang campus of ECNU. Its address is 500 Dongchuan Rd., Minhang District, Shanghai, 200241.

Conference Languages
Chinese and English

Submission Guidelines
1. The conference languages are both English and Chinese. Unless otherwise indicated, the language of the proposal submitted will be assumed to be the presentation language.
2. English abstracts should be 250 to 300 words; Chinese abstracts should be around 400-500 characters. Abstracts should include paper title, author’s name, affiliation, and email contact information.
3. Panel submissions (including “Author-Meets-Critics” sessions) should include the topic, panelists and their affiliations, a summary of the proposed panel in 300-500 words (English) or 800-1000 characters (Chinese), and an abstract for each of the papers (250–300 words for papers in English and 400-500 words for papers in Chinese).
4. Please submit individual abstracts and panel proposals by December 31, 2021 to: iscpecnu2021@sina.com

Arrangement of Sessions
(1) Each plenary session will have two speakers and will run for a total of 2 hours, including moderation, comments and discussion. Each presentation will consist of a 40-minute speech and 20 minutes for comments and discussion.
(2) Each parallel session will have 3-5 speakers in 2 hours. Generally, the presenting time for each speaker will be 20-25 minutes. The exact time will depend on the precise number of speakers in the session and will be determined by the chair while maintaining sufficient time for discussion.

New Timeline
Deadline for submission of abstracts and panel proposals: December 31, 2021
Conference Registration: January 1- May 1, 2022
Communication of acceptance: by February 1, 2022
Deadline for submission of full papers: April 1, 2022
Reservation for designated Hotels: April 1 – May 31, 2022.

Registration Fee
Conference registration website:http://iscp2021.ecnu.edu.cn/
Registration fee will be charged in RMB. Credit card payment is accepted. The conversion rate is determined by the credit card issuing bank on the date of the payment.
Registration for ISCP Members: RMB800¥(approx. US$130)
Registration for Non-Members: RMB1200¥(approx. US$180)
Registration for ISCP Student Members: RMB300¥(approx. US$50)
Registration for Student Non-Members: RMB600¥(approx. US$100)
The registration fee will cover lunch and dinner for the 4 days conference. It will also include the closing banquet (tables of shared dishes).
For more details about membership application and information about the 2022 conference, please visit ISCP website: https://iscp-online1.org/

Hotel and Accomodation
The organizing committee will publish the information once available on the conference website at http://iscp2021.ecnu.edu.cn/ as well at the ISCP website at https://iscp-online1.org/.
Conference participants will be able to make hotel reservations between April 1 and May 31, 2022.

Please submit individual paper abstracts and panel proposals by December 31, 2021 and full papers by April 1, 2022 to: iscpecnu2021@sina.com
Other inquiries may be directed to:
Professor Yun Chen, Department of Philosophy, ECNU (ecnuchenyun@163.com)
Professor Liangjian Liu, Department of Philosophy, ECNU (skyliuchina@163.com)
Professor Ann Pang-White, Department of Philosophy, The University of Scranton (ann.pang-white@scranton.edu); Executive Director of ISCP

The 22nd International Conference of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy Organizing Committee:
Prof. Yang Guorong (East China Normal University)
Prof. Huang Yong (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Prof. Ann A. Pang-White (University of Scranton)
Prof. Xinyan Jiang (Redlands University)
Prof. Yao Xinzhong (Renmin University of China)
Prof. Xiaomei Yang (Southern Connecticut University)
Prof. Chen Weiping (East China Normal University)
Prof. Yu Zhenhua (East China Normal University)
Prof. Chen Lixin (East China Normal University)

International Society for Chinese Philosophy
Institute of Modern Chinese Thought and Culture, ECNU
Department of Philosophy, ECNU
The Shanghai Association of Comparative Study on Chinese-Western Philosophy and Culture

March 5, 2021

第22届国际中国哲学大会
世界哲学视域中的中国哲学
中国·上海·华东师范大学 2022年6月27-30日
国际大会及参会论文征集截止日期推迟公告

受欧美疫情的严重影响,原定于2021年7月举行的第22届国际中国哲学大会将延期至2022年6月27-30日,在上海华东师范大学举行。本次大会由国际中国哲学会(ISCP,International Society for Chinese Philosophy)、华东师范大学中国现代思想文化研究所、华东师范大学哲学系、上海中西哲学与文化比较研究会等单位共同主办。本次大会的论文征集时间将作相应推迟。

会议主题
第22届国际中国哲学大会会议的主题是“世界哲学视域中的中国哲学”。随着西方哲学的东渐及中西哲学的相遇,中国哲学开始获得世界性的维度。所谓世界性,宽泛而言,包含二重涵义,一方面,中国哲学所积累的思维成果,可以为世界哲学的进一步发展提供建设性的理论资源,而它本身也将在这一过程中逐渐呈现出世界的意义;另一方面,世界范围内其他哲学传统(首先是西方哲学的传统)也将越来越为中国哲学的发展提供更广阔的参照背景和视域,并在实质的层面与形式的层面使其不断取得新的形态,后者同时从另一个方面展示了中国哲学的生成性与开放性。如何在关注和汲取其他哲学传统和智慧资源的同时,又展现自身在当今世界中的独特意义,是中国哲学研究无法回避的问题。第22届国际中国哲学大会旨在推进这方面的思考。

会议论文参考子题:
(1)何为世界哲学
(2)中国哲学如何参与世界性的百家争鸣
(3)世界历史的哲学反思
(4)中国哲学与东方哲学
(5)比较哲学的意义与限度
(6)中国哲学与分析哲学
(7)中国哲学与现象学
(8)中国哲学与实用主义
(9)世界哲学视域下的儒家哲学
(10)世界哲学视域下的道家哲学
(11)世界哲学视域下的佛教哲学
(12) 后疫情时代的中国哲学与世界哲学

会议日期:
正式会议时间为2022年6月27日至30日;参会者可于6月26日报到,7月1日离会。

会议地点:
华东师范大学闵行校区(上海市闵行区东川路500号)。

会议语言:
中文与英文。

摘要、论文与专题讨论提案提交
会议电子邮件帐户:iscpecnu2021@sina.com。参会者提交论文摘要与论文可发送至该账户。
会议接受个人论文投稿与小组专题讨论提案。(1)提交论文摘要,请注明作者姓名、单位、职称、电邮等个人信息;(2)小组专题讨论应有3-5人参加,提案须包括主题说明、所有发言人论文摘要、发言人姓名、单位、职称、电邮等个人信息。

会议讨论安排:
(1)全体大会发言,每场2人发言,共计2小时,其中包括主持、评论与讨论。每位发言者的发言为40分钟,评论与讨论的时间总计为20分钟。
(2)平行小组发言,每场3-5人,每场2小时。原则上每位论文报告人的发言时间为20分钟。为了保证充分的讨论时间,具体可由主持人根据每场论文报告人的实际人数而确定发言时间。

更新会议各项时间截止日期:

论文摘要与小组专题讨论提案提交截止时间 2021年12月31日
会议注册时间 2022年1月1日-5月1日
宣布摘要与小组专题讨论提案接受时间 2022年2月1日
论文全文提交截止时间 2022年4月1日
指定酒店预订时间 2022年4月1日-5月31日

会议注册网址:http://iscp2021.ecnu.edu.cn/

注册费:
ISCP会员:人民币800元
非ISCP会员:人民币1200元
ISCP学生会员:人民币300元
非ISCP学生会员:人民币600元
会议注册费包括会议资料、茶歇、工作午餐、晚餐(包括闭幕晚宴)等。
会议注册网址:http://iscp2021.ecnu.edu.cn/

会议用餐:
大会提供正式会议日期内4天的午餐与晚餐,包括闭幕晚宴。

会址住宿:
会务组将在会议网页上发布会务组建议酒店名称、地址与联系方式,参会人员可在2022年4月1日-5月31日预订;如您网页预订有困难,可联络会务组,由会务组代订。参会的研究生同学,可以预订会议建议的连锁酒店。

会议咨询电子邮件帐户:iscpecnu2021@sina.com。
提交摘要时请备注作者信息:姓名、单位、职称(在读博硕士请注明博硕士年级)、电邮、联系电话等信息。小组讨论应提交小组全部成员的姓名、单位、职称、电邮、联系电话等信息。

其他未尽事宜,可咨询
(1) 本届会议会务组(iscpecnu2021@sina.com), 陈赟教授(ecnuchenyun@163.com),刘梁剑教授(skyliuchina@163.com)。
(2) 庞安安教授(ann.pang-white@scranton.edu),国际中国哲学学会执行主任、美国宾夕法尼亚州斯克兰顿大学哲学系教授兼亚洲研究主任。

第二十二届国际中国哲学会议组织委员会:
杨国荣教授(中国,华东师范大学)
黄勇教授(中国,香港中文大学)
庞安安教授(美国,斯克兰顿大学)
姜新艳教授 (美国,雷德兰兹大学)
姚新中教授(中国,中国人民大学)
杨小梅教授(美国,南康涅狄格大学)
陈卫平教授 (中国,华东师范大学)
郁振华教授 (中国,华东师范大学)
陈立新教授 (中国,华东师范大学)

国际中国哲学会
华东师范大学中国现代思想文化研究所
华东师范大学哲学系
上海中西哲学与文化比较研究会

2021年3月5日

Announcement–Postponement of the 22nd ISCP Conference in Shanghai

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Announcement–Postponement of the 22nd ISCP Conference in Shanghai

Due to the unusual circumstances of COVID and to ensure the success of the Shanghai international conference, the Organizing Committee of the conference has decided to postpone the conference from July 2021 to June 27-30, 2022. The new extended submission deadline will be announced in March 2021.

Call for Papers-ISCP Panels at the 2021 APA-Pacific

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ISCP Call for Papers

The International Society for Chinese Philosophy invites submissions to be considered for inclusion in panels at the upcoming APA Pacific Division Meeting, March 31 to April 4, 2021 in Portland OR.

Submissions focusing on any area of Chinese philosophy will be considered. Both individual papers and completed panel proposals are welcomed.

Submission Deadline: August 31, 2020

REQUIRED for each PAPER proposal:
1. Title of Paper
2. Name of Presenter
3. Presenter’s Affiliation
4. Presenter’s e-mail address
5. Indicate whether you are willing to Chair your panel
6. Approximately 200-word Paper Abstract
REQUIRED for each PANEL proposal:
1. Title of Panel
2. Chair of the Panel
3. Title of each Paper
4. Name of each Presenter
5. Affiliation of each Presenter
6. E-mail address of each Presenter
7. Approximately 200-word Paper Abstract for each Paper
Please send each completed proposal as an e-mail attachment to Josh Mason (joshua.mason@lmu.edu).

Call for Papers-ISCP Panels at the 2021 APA-Central

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Dear Members and Friends of ISCP,

We hope this email finds you safe and well in this time of uncertainty.
We would like to invite submissions for the ISCP Group Panel at the 2021 APA Central Division meeting in New Orleans, February 24 – 27, 2021. We welcome any submission relevant to Chinese philosophy and especially encourage junior scholars, international scholars, individuals who identify as minorities and otherwise under-represented individuals to apply. Please send the following information along with your abstract in word or pdf format to Jing Hu at jing.hu@concordia.ca by August 24, 2020.

1. Title of Paper
2. Name of Presenter
3. Presenter’s Affiliation and Contact Information
4. Paper Abstract (200-300 words, in attachment)

We look forward to hearing from you.

Best regards,

Jing Hu
ISCP liaison for APA-Central

Jing Hu, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Philosophy
Concordia University, Montreal
jing.hu@concordia.ca

2021 Fu Foundation Essay Contest

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THE CHARLES WEI-HSUN FU FOUNDATION-ISCP
2021 ESSAY CONTEST

The Charles Wei-Hsun Fu Foundation and the International Society for Chinese Philosophy (ISCP) are pleased to announce the 2021 Essay Contest in Chinese Philosophy or Asian philosophy related to Chinese thought.

Three prizes of $2,000 each are offered for the best essays in the area of Chinese philosophy or Asian philosophy related to Chinese thought, including two awards for graduate students or junior faculty (within five years of receipt of their Ph.D.), one each in Chinese and English, as well as one award for a senior scholar, whose essay can be in either Chinese or English.
All awardees are required to attend the 2021 Shanghai conference of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy (July 5-8, 2021), hosted by East China Normal University, to present their winning essays.

Funding (up to $1000) also will be provided for the winners to travel to the 2021 biennial ISCP conference at East China Normal University, Shanghai, China.

ELIGIBILITY
The contest is open to all ISCP members and scholars at all levels, including independent scholars. However, preference will be given to junior scholars beginning their careers, such as graduate students or junior faculty (within five years of receipt of their Ph.D.), as well as independent scholars of comparable standing, and one senior scholar in need of funding to attend the conference. To join ISCP, please visit: https://iscp-online1.org/membership/

SUBMISSIONS
All submissions should be sent to iscpecnu2021@sina.com, with “Fu Essay Contest” in the subject line. Decisions will be rendered by separate panels of scholars, drawn from the membership of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy. Previously published papers are not acceptable. Submissions in English should not exceed 5,000 words; submission in Chinese should not exceed 7,000 words. DEADLINE: March 1, 2021.

JUDGING CRITERIA
The purpose of the contest is to encourage young scholars who show promise of making important contributions to the study and development of Chinese philosophy or Asian philosophy related to Chinese thought, and to fund senior scholars with financial limitations to present their work at ISCP conferences.

Submissions will be evaluated on the following criteria:
1. CREATIVITY: original philosophical insights, such as East-West comparisons
2. COHERENCE: a cogent, well-argued presentation
3. SCHOLARSHIP: competence in dealing with philosophical texts and interpretations

For more information, please visit the Charles Wei-Hsun Fu Foundation website: http://charlesweihsunfu.org/

傅偉勳基金會-國際中國哲學會的論文競賽

傅偉勳基金會與國際中國哲學會(ISCP)很高興宣佈2021年中國哲學或與中國哲學相關的亞洲哲學的論文競賽。
三項各為兩千美元的獎項分別頒發給最佳的中國哲學或與中國哲學相關的亞洲哲學論文。兩個獎項頒給研究生或年輕教員(即取得博士學位後五年之內),中英文作者各一位。第三項獎金頒給資深學者(中英文皆可)。
所有獎金得主必須參加2021年在上海華東師範大學舉行的國際中國哲學會會議以發表他們的得獎論文。
獎金得主尚可取得一千美元為上限的旅費補助以參加2021年兩年一度的國際中國哲學會會議。

參選資格
本競賽開放給所有ISCP會員學者,包括獨立學者,但優先考慮事業起步的年輕學者,如研究生或是助理教授(取得博士學位後五年之內),以及一位需要補助參加本次會議的資深學者。如有意加入本會者,請參見本會網站: https://iscp-online1.org/membership/

論文提交
所有參賽論文請發送至 iscpecnu2021@sina.com , 在郵件標題上注明 “Fu Essay Contest”。由國際中國哲學會的會員所組成的委員會將分組評出競賽結果。已經發表的論文概不接收。英文論文不超過5000字;中文論文不超過7000字。截止日期是2021年3月1日。

評判標準
競賽的目標是鼓勵那些有潛力對中國哲學或與中國哲學相關的亞洲哲學的研究和發展作出重要貢獻的青年學者,並贊助經濟條件有限的資深學者到國際中國哲學會報告論文。
提交的論文將根據以下三個標準進行評價:
1. 創造性:原創的哲學洞見,例如中西比較分析的深度。
2. 融貫性:有說服力的、論證充分的陳述。
3. 學術性:處理哲學文本的詮釋能力。

詳情請參考傅偉勳基金會網站:http://charlesweihsunfu.org/

傅伟勋基金会-国际中国哲学会的论文竞赛

傅伟勋基金会与国际中国哲学会(ISCP)很高兴宣布2021年中国哲学或与中国哲学相关的亚洲哲学的论文竞赛。

三项各为两千美元的奖项分别颁发给最佳的中国哲学或与中国哲学相关的亚洲哲学的论文。两个奖颁给研究生或年轻教员(即取得博士学位后五年之内),中英文作者各一位。第三项奖金颁给资深学者(中英文皆可)。

所有奖金得主必须参加2021年在上海华东师范大学举行的国际中国哲学会会议以发表他们的得奖论文。

奖金得主尚可取得一千美元为上限的旅费补助以参加2021年两年一度的国际中国哲学会会议。

参选资格
本竞赛开放给所有ISCP会员学者,包括独立学者,但优先考虑事业起步的年轻学者,如研究生或是助理教授(取得博士学位后五年之内),以及一位需要补助以参加本次会议的资深学者。如有意加入本会者,请参见本会网站:https://iscp-online1.org/membership/

论文提交
所有参赛论文请发送至 iscpecnu2021@sina.com,在邮件标题上注明“Fu Essay Contest”。由国际中国哲学会的会员所组成的委员会将分组评出竞赛结果。已经发表的论文概不接收。英文论文不超过5000字;中文论文不超过7000字。截止日期是2021年3月1日。

评判标准
竞赛的目标是鼓励那些有潜力对中国哲学或与中国哲学相关的亚洲哲学的研究和发展作出重要贡献的青年学者,并赞助经济条件有限的资深学者到国际中国哲学会报告论文。

提交的论文将根据以下三个标准进行评价:

1. 创造性:原创的哲学洞见,例如中西比較分析的深度。
2. 融贯性:有说服力的、论证充分的陈述。
3. 学术性:处理哲学文本的诠释能力。

详情请参考傅伟勋基金会网站:http://charlesweihsunfu.org/

ISCP 22nd Biennial International Conference: Call for Papers (Deadlines Extended)

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The 22nd International Conference of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy (ISCP)
Chinese Philosophy from the Perspective of World Philosophy
世界哲学视域中的中国哲学
July 5–8, 2021, East China Normal University, Shanghai, China
Call for Papers(Deadlines Extended)

The 22nd International Conference of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy (ISCP) will be held at East China Normal University (ECNU) in Shanghai, China during July 5 – 8, 2021. The conference is hosted by ISCP, the Institute of Modern Chinese Thought & Culture at ECNU, the Department of Philosophy at ECNU, and the Shanghai Association of Comparative Study on Chinese-Western Philosophy and Culture. Due to the serious impact of the COVID-19 in the world, the deadlines for submission of papers and for registration will be extended (Please see New Timeline).

Conference Theme
The conference theme is “Chinese Philosophy from the Perspective of World Philosophy.” Following the spread of Western philosophy in the East and the encounter between Chinese and Western thought, Chinese philosophy started gaining a global perspective. Broadly speaking, “globalness” includes two significant implications. On the one hand, the accumulated achievements of Chinese philosophical thought may provide constructive theoretical resources for the further advancement of world philosophy; furthermore, in this process Chinese philosophy itself will gradually reveals its global meaning. On the other hand, other philosophical traditions in the world (firstly, the Western philosophical traditions), also provide a broad referencing and perspectival viewpoints for the development of Chinese philosophy. Moreover, both in substance and in form, the other philosophical traditions continuously enable Chinese philosophy to obtain new forms of expression, which alternatively manifests both the creativeness and the openness of Chinese philosophy. An unavoidable issue in the study of Chinese philosophy concerns how to care about, and learn from, the wisdom of other philosophical traditions and resources, while at the same time exhibiting its own unique significance in today’s world. The 22nd conference of the International Society of Chinese Philosophy aims to advance this line of thinking.
Under the general theme of “Chinese Philosophy from the Perspective of World Philosophy,” the subthemes include, but are not limited to, the following:
(1) What is World Philosophy?
(2) How Does Chinese Philosophy Participate in Worldwide Debates of Different Philosophical Traditions?
(3) Philosophical Reflection on World History
(4) Chinese Philosophy and Eastern Philosophy
(5) Meaning and Limit of Comparative Philosophy
(6) Chinese Philosophy and Analytic Philosophy
(7) Chinese Philosophy and Phenomenology
(8) Chinese Philosophy and Pragmatism
(9) Confucian Philosophy from the Perspective of World Philosophy
(10) Daoist Philosophy from the Perspective of World Philosophy
(11) Buddhist Philosophy from the Perspective of World Philosophy
(12) Chinese Philosophy and World Philosophy in the Pandemic and Post-Pandemic Eras

Conference Dates
The official dates are July 5-8, 2021. Registration begins on July 4 and conference participants can depart on July 9.

Conference Location
Location: Minhang campus of ECNU. Its address is 500 Dongchuan Rd., Minhang District, Shanghai, 200241.

Conference Languages
Chinese and English

Submission Guidelines
1. The conference languages are both English and Chinese. Unless otherwise indicated, the language of the proposal submitted will be assumed to be the presentation language.
2. English abstracts should be 250 to 300 words; Chinese abstracts should be around 400-500 characters. Abstracts should include paper title, author’s name, affiliation, and email contact information.
3. Panel submissions (including “Author-Meets-Critics” sessions) should include the topic, panelists and their affiliations, a summary of the proposed panel in 300-500 words (English) or 800-1000 characters (Chinese), and an abstract for each of the papers (250–300 words for papers in English and 400-500 words for papers in Chinese).
4. Please submit individual abstracts and panel proposals to: iscpecnu2021@sina.com

Arrangement of Sessions
(1) Each plenary session will have two speakers and will run for a total of 2 hours, including moderation, comments and discussion. Each presentation will consist of a 40-minute speech and 20 minutes for comments and discussion.
(2) Each parallel session will have 3-5 speakers in 2 hours. Generally, the presenting time for each speaker will be 20-25 minutes. The exact time will depend on the precise number of speakers in the session and will be determined by the chair while maintaining sufficient time for discussion.

NEW Timeline
Deadline for submission of abstracts and panel proposals: Februry 28, 2021
Communication of acceptance: By March 31, 2021
Registration will begin on March 31, 2021.
*Deadline for early registration with member discount rate: May 31, 2021. After May 31, the non-discounted standard rate will apply.
Deadline for submission of full papers: May 31, 2021
Reservation for designated Hotels (with conference rate): April 1- June 1, 2021

Registration Fee
Registration for ISCP Members: RMB800¥(US$130)
Registration for Non-Members: RMB1200¥(US$180)
Registration for ISCP Student Members: RMB300¥(US$50)
Registration for Student Non-Members: RMB600¥(US$100)
*The registration fee will cover lunch and dinner for the 4 days conference. It will also include the closing banquet (tables of shared dishes).
Conference registration URL:http://iscp2021.ecnu.edu.cn/

Hotel and Accomodation
The organizing committee will publish the information once available on the conference website. Conference participants will be able to make reservations between April 1 and June 1, 2021.

Please send general inquiries, panel/paper proposals, and full papers to:
iscpecnu2021@sina.com

In submitting the abstract, please (1) clarify the author’s details: name, affiliation, position, email and contact information; (2) organized panels should include 3-5 people, in the panel proposal provide an abstract of the panel along with the abstract of each presenter, the presenter’s name, affiliation, position, email and contact information.

Other inquiries may be directed to:
Professor Yun Chen, Department of Philosophy, ECNU (ecnuchenyun@163.com)
Professor Liangjian Liu, Department of Philosophy, ECNU (skyliuchina@163.com)
Professor Ann Pang-White, Department of Philosophy, The University of Scranton (ann.pang-white@scranton.edu)

The 22nd International Conference of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy Organizing Committee:
Prof. Guorong Yang (East China Normal University)
Prof. Yong Huang (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Prof. Ann A. Pang-White (University of Scranton)
Prof. Xinyan Jiang (University of Redlands)
Prof. Xinzhong Yao (Renmin University of China)
Prof. Xiaomei Yang (Southern Connecticut State University)
Prof. Weiping Chen (East China Normal University)
Prof. Zhenhua Yu (East China Normal University)
Prof. Lixin Chen (East China Normal University)

International Society for Chinese Philosophy
Institute of Modern Chinese Thought and Culture, ECNU
Department of Philosophy, ECNU
The Shanghai Association of Comparative Study on Chinese-Western Philosophy and Culture

Revised: October 12, 2020

第22届国际中国哲学大会
世界哲学视域中的中国哲学
中国·上海·华东师范大学 2021年7月5-8日
参会论文征集公告(截止日期推迟)

第22届国际中国哲学大会将于2021年7月5-8日,在上海华东师范大学举行。本次大会由国际中国哲学会(ISCP,International Society for Chinese Philosophy)、华东师范大学中国现代思想文化研究所、华东师范大学哲学系、上海中西哲学与文化比较研究会等单位共同主办。受世界疫情的严重影响,拟推迟本次大会论文的征集时间。

会议主题
第22届国际中国哲学大会会议的主题是“世界哲学视域中的中国哲学”。随着西方哲学的东渐及中西哲学的相遇,中国哲学开始获得世界性的维度。所谓世界性,宽泛而言,包含二重涵义,一方面,中国哲学所积累的思维成果,可以为世界哲学的进一步发展提供建设性的理论资源,而它本身也将在这一过程中逐渐呈现出世界的意义;另一方面,世界范围内其他哲学传统(首先是西方哲学的传统)也将越来越为中国哲学的发展提供更广阔的参照背景和视域,并在实质的层面与形式的层面使其不断取得新的形态,后者同时从另一个方面展示了中国哲学的生成性与开放性。如何在关注和汲取其他哲学传统和智慧资源的同时,又展现自身在当今世界中的独特意义,是中国哲学研究无法回避的问题。第22届国际中国哲学大会旨在推进这方面的思考。

会议论文参考子题:
(1)何为世界哲学
(2)中国哲学如何参与世界性的百家争鸣
(3)世界历史的哲学反思
(4)中国哲学与东方哲学
(5)比较哲学的意义与限度
(6)中国哲学与分析哲学
(7)中国哲学与现象学
(8)中国哲学与实用主义
(9)世界哲学视域下的儒家哲学
(10)世界哲学视域下的道家哲学
(11)世界哲学视域下的佛教哲学
(12) 后疫情时代的中国哲学与世界哲学

会议日期:
正式会议时间为2021年7月5日至8日;参会者可于7月4日报到,7月9日离会。

会议地点:
华东师范大学闵行校区(上海市闵行区东川路500号)。

会议语言:
中文与英文。

摘要、论文与专题讨论提案提交
会议电子邮件帐户:iscpecnu2021@sina.com。参会者提交论文摘要与论文可发送至该账户。
会议接受个人论文投稿与小组专题讨论提案。(1)提交论文摘要,请注明作者姓名、单位、职称、电邮等个人信息;(2)小组专题讨论应有3-5人参加,提案须包括主题说明、所有发言人论文摘要、发言人姓名、单位、职称、电邮等个人信息。

会议讨论安排:
(1)全体大会发言,每场2人发言,共计2小时,其中包括主持、评论与讨论。每位发言者的发言为40分钟,评论与讨论的时间总计为20分钟。
(2)平行小组发言,每场3-5人,每场2小时。原则上每位论文报告人的发言时间为20分钟。为了保证充分的讨论时间,具体可由主持人根据每场论文报告人的实际人数而确定发言时间。

会议各项时间截止日期:
论文摘要与小组专题讨论提案提交截止时间 2021年2月28日
宣布摘要与小组专题讨论提案接受时间 2021年3月31日
注册开始时间 2021年3月31日
会员资格优惠截止时间 2021年5月31日
论文全文提交截止时间 2021年5月31日
指定酒店预订截止时间 2021年4月1日-6月1日

注册费:
ISCP会员:人民币800元
非ISCP会员:人民币1200元
ISCP学生会员:人民币300元
非ISCP学生会员:人民币600元
会议注册费包括会议资料、茶歇、工作午餐、晚餐(包括闭幕晚宴)等。
会议注册网址:http://iscp2021.ecnu.edu.cn/

会议用餐:
大会提供正式会议日期内4天的午餐与晚餐,包括闭幕晚宴。

会址住宿:
会务组将在会议网页上发布会务组建议酒店名称、地址与联系方式,参会人员可在2021年4月1日- 6月1日预订;如您网页预订有困难,可联络会务组,由会务组代订。参会的研究生同学,可以预订会议建议的连锁酒店;也可联络会务组,由会务组代订校内招待所。

会议咨询电子邮件帐户:iscpecnu2021@sina.com。
提交摘要时请备注作者信息:姓名、单位、职称(在读博硕士请注明博硕士年级)、电邮、联系电话等信息。小组讨论应提交小组全部成员的姓名、单位、职称、电邮、联系电话等信息。

其他未尽事宜,可咨询
(1) 本届会议会务组(iscpecnu2021@sina.com), 陈赟教授(ecnuchenyun@163.com),刘梁剑教授(skyliuchina@163.com)。
(2) 庞安安教授(ann.pang-white@scranton.edu),国际中国哲学学会执行主任、美国宾夕法尼亚州斯克兰顿大学哲学系教授兼亚洲研究主任。

第二十二届国际中国哲学会议组织委员会:
杨国荣教授(中国,华东师范大学)
黄勇教授(中国,香港中文大学)
庞安安教授(美国,斯克兰顿大学)
姜新艳教授 (美国,雷德兰兹大学)
姚新中教授(中国,中国人民大学)
杨小梅教授(美国,南康涅狄格大学)
陈卫平教授 (中国,华东师范大学)
郁振华教授 (中国,华东师范大学)
陈立新教授 (中国,华东师范大学)

国际中国哲学会
华东师范大学中国现代思想文化研究所
华东师范大学哲学系
上海中西哲学与文化比较研究会

2020年10月12日

 

The 22nd International Conference of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy (ISCP)
Chinese Philosophy from the Perspective of World Philosophy
世界哲学视域中的中国哲学
July 5–8, 2021, East China Normal University, Shanghai, China
Call for Papers

The 22nd International Conference of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy (ISCP) will be held at East China Normal University (ECNU) in Shanghai, China during July 5 – 8, 2021. The conference is hosted by ISCP, the Institute of Modern Chinese Thought & Culture at ECNU, the Department of Philosophy at ECNU, and the Shanghai Association of Comparative Study on Chinese-Western Philosophy and Culture.
Conference Theme
The conference theme is “Chinese Philosophy from the Perspective of World Philosophy.” Following the spread of Western philosophy in the East and the encounter between Chinese and Western thought, Chinese philosophy started gaining a global perspective. Broadly speaking, “globalness” includes two significant implications. On the one hand, the accumulated achievements of Chinese philosophical thought may provide constructive theoretical resources for the further advancement of world philosophy; furthermore, in this process Chinese philosophy itself will gradually reveals its global meaning. On the other hand, other philosophical traditions in the world (firstly, the Western philosophical traditions), also provide a broad referencing and perspectival viewpoints for the development of Chinese philosophy. Moreover, both in substance and in form, the other philosophical traditions continuously enable Chinese philosophy to obtain new forms of expression, which alternatively manifests both the creativeness and the openness of Chinese philosophy. An unavoidable issue in the study of Chinese philosophy concerns how to care about, and learn from, the wisdom of other philosophical traditions and resources, while at the same time exhibiting its own unique significance in today’s world. The 22nd conference of the International Society of Chinese Philosophy aims to advance this line of thinking.
Under the general theme of “Chinese Philosophy from the Perspective of World Philosophy,” the subthemes include, but are not limited to, the following:
(1) What is World Philosophy?
(2) How Does Chinese Philosophy Participate in Worldwide Debates of Different Philosophical Traditions?
(3) Philosophical Reflection on World History
(4) Chinese Philosophy and Eastern Philosophy
(5) Meaning and Limit of Comparative Philosophy
(6) Chinese Philosophy and Analytic Philosophy
(7) Chinese Philosophy and Phenomenology
(8) Chinese Philosophy and Pragmatism
(9) Confucian Philosophy from the Perspective of World Philosophy
(10) Daoist Philosophy from the Perspective of World Philosophy
(11) Buddhist Philosophy from the Perspective of World Philosophy
(12) Chinese Philosophy and World Philosophy in the Pandemic and Post-Pandemic Eras

Conference Dates
The official dates are July 5-8, 2021. Registration begins on July 4 and conference participants can depart on July 9.
Conference Location
Location: Minhang campus of ECNU. Its address is 500 Dongchuan Rd., Minhang District, Shanghai, 200241.
Conference Languages
Chinese and English
Submission Guidelines
1. The conference languages are both English and Chinese. Unless otherwise indicated, the language of the proposal submitted will be assumed to be the presentation language.
2. English abstracts should be 250 to 300 words; Chinese abstracts should be around 400-500 characters. Abstracts should include paper title, author’s name, affiliation, and email contact information.
3. Panel submissions (including “Author-Meets-Critics” sessions) should include the topic, panelists and their affiliations, a summary of the proposed panel in 300-500 words (English) or 800-1000 characters (Chinese), and an abstract for each of the papers (250–300 words for papers in English and 400-500 words for papers in Chinese).
4. Please submit individual abstracts and panel proposals to: iscpecnu2021@sina.com
Arrangement of Sessions
(1) Each plenary session will have two speakers and will run for a total of 2 hours, including moderation, comments and discussion. Each presentation will consist of a 40-minute speech and 20 minutes for comments and discussion.
(2) Each parallel session will have 3-5 speakers in 2 hours. Generally, the presenting time for each speaker will be 20-25 minutes. The exact time will depend on the precise number of speakers in the session and will be determined by the chair while maintaining sufficient time for discussion.
Timeline
Registration will begin on October 31, 2020. Deadline for registration: April 1, 2021
Deadline for submission of abstracts and panel proposals: October 31, 2020
Communication of acceptance: December 1, 2020
Deadline for submission of full papers: April 1, 2021
Reservation for designated Hotels: March 1 – May 31, 2021.
Registration Fee
Registration for ISCP Members: US$130
Registration for Non-Members: US$180
Registration for ISCP Student Members: US$50
Registration for Student Non-Members: US$100
The registration fee will cover lunch and dinner for the 4 days conference. It will also include the closing banquet (tables of shared dishes).

Hotel and Accomodation
The organizing committee will publish the information once available on the conference website. Conference participants will be able to make reservations between March 1 and May 31, 2021.

Please send general inquiries, panel/paper proposals, and full papers to:
iscpecnu2021@sina.com

Other inquiries may be directed to:
Professor Yun Chen, Department of Philosophy, ECNU (ecnuchenyun@163.com)
Professor Liangjian Liu, Department of Philosophy, ECNU (skyliuchina@163.com)
Professor Ann Pang-White, Department of Philosophy, The University of Scranton (ann.pang-white@scranton.edu)

The 22nd International Conference of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy Organizing Committee:
Prof. Guorong Yang (East China Normal University)
Prof. Yong Huang (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Prof. Ann A. Pang-White (University of Scranton)
Prof. Xinyan Jiang (University of Redlands)
Prof. Xinzhong Yao (Renmin University of China)
Prof. Xiaomei Yang (Southern Connecticut State University)
Prof. Weiping Chen (East China Normal University)
Prof. Zhenhua Yu (East China Normal University)
Prof. Lixin Chen (East China Normal University)

International Society for Chinese Philosophy
Institute of Modern Chinese Thought and Culture, ECNU
Department of Philosophy, ECNU
The Shanghai Association of Comparative Study on Chinese-Western Philosophy and Culture

第22届国际中国哲学大会
世界哲学视域中的中国哲学
中国·上海·华东师范大学 2021年7月5-8日
参会论文征集公告

第22届国际中国哲学大会将于2021年7月5-8日,在上海华东师范大学举行。本次大会由国际中国哲学会(ISCP,International Society for Chinese Philosophy)、华东师范大学中国现代思想文化研究所、华东师范大学哲学系、上海中西哲学与文化比较研究会等单位共同主办。

会议主题
第22届国际中国哲学大会会议的主题是“世界哲学视域中的中国哲学”。随着西方哲学的东渐及中西哲学的相遇,中国哲学开始获得世界性的维度。所谓世界性,宽泛而言,包含二重涵义,一方面,中国哲学所积累的思维成果,可以为世界哲学的进一步发展提供建设性的理论资源,而它本身也将在这一过程中逐渐呈现出世界的意义;另一方面,世界范围内其他哲学传统(首先是西方哲学的传统)也将越来越为中国哲学的发展提供更广阔的参照背景和视域,并在实质的层面与形式的层面使其不断取得新的形态,后者同时从另一个方面展示了中国哲学的生成性与开放性。如何在关注和汲取其他哲学传统和智慧资源的同时,又展现自身在当今世界中的独特意义,是中国哲学研究无法回避的问题。第22届国际中国哲学大会旨在推进这方面的思考。

会议论文参考子题:
(1)何为世界哲学
(2)中国哲学如何参与世界性的百家争鸣
(3)世界历史的哲学反思
(4)中国哲学与东方哲学
(5)比较哲学的意义与限度
(6)中国哲学与分析哲学
(7)中国哲学与现象学
(8)中国哲学与实用主义
(9)世界哲学视域下的儒家哲学
(10)世界哲学视域下的道家哲学
(11)世界哲学视域下的佛教哲学
(12) 后疫情时代的中国哲学与世界哲学

会议日期:
正式会议时间为2021年7月5日至8日;参会者可于7月4日报到,7月9日离会。

会议地点:
华东师范大学闵行校区(上海市闵行区东川路500号)。

会议语言:
中文与英文。

摘要、论文与专题讨论提案提交
会议电子邮件帐户:iscpecnu2021@sina.com。参会者提交论文摘要与论文可发送至该账户。
会议接受个人论文投稿与小组专题讨论提案。(1)提交论文摘要,请注明作者姓名、单位、职称、电邮等个人信息;(2)小组专题讨论应有3-5人参加,提案须包括主题说明、所有发言人论文摘要、发言人姓名、单位、职称、电邮等个人信息。

会议讨论安排:
(1)全体大会发言,每场2人发言,共计2小时,其中包括主持、评论与讨论。每位发言者的发言为40分钟,评论与讨论的时间总计为20分钟。
(2)平行小组发言,每场3-5人,每场2小时。原则上每位论文报告人的发言时间为20分钟。为了保证充分的讨论时间,具体可由主持人根据每场论文报告人的实际人数而确定发言时间。

会议各项时间截止日期:
注册时间 2020年10月31日——2021年4月1日
论文摘要与小组专题讨论提案提交截止时间 2020年10月31日
宣布摘要与小组专题讨论提案接受时间 2020年12月1日 论文全文提交截止时间 2021年4月1日
指定酒店预订截止时间 2021年3月1日-5月31日

注册费:
ISCP会员:$130美元
非ISCP会员:$180美元
ISCP学生会员:$50美元
非ISCP学生会员:$100美元
会议注册费包括会议资料、茶歇、工作午餐、晚餐(包括闭幕晚宴)等。

会议用餐:
大会提供正式会议日期内4天的午餐与晚餐,包括闭幕晚宴。

会址住宿:
会务组将在会议网页上发布会务组建议酒店名称、地址与联系方式,参会人员可在2021年3月1日-5月31日预订;如您网页预订有困难,可联络会务组,由会务组代订。参会的研究生同学,可以预订会议建议的连锁酒店;也可联络会务组,由会务组代订校内招待所。

会议咨询电子邮件帐户:iscpecnu2021@sina.com。

其他未尽事宜,可咨询
(1) 本届会议会务组(iscpecnu2021@sina.com), 陈赟教授(ecnuchenyun@163.com),刘梁剑教授(skyliuchina@163.com)。
(2) 庞安安教授(ann.pang-white@scranton.edu),国际中国哲学学会执行主任、美国斯克兰顿大学哲学系教授兼亚洲研究主任。

第二十二届国际中国哲学会议组织委员会:
杨国荣教授(中国,华东师范大学)
黄勇教授(中国,香港中文大学)
庞安安教授(美国,斯克兰顿大学)
姜新艳教授 (美国,雷德兰兹大学)
姚新中教授(中国,中国人民大学)
杨小梅教授(美国,南康涅狄格大学)
陈卫平教授 (中国,华东师范大学)
郁振华教授 (中国,华东师范大学)
陈立新教授 (中国,华东师范大学)

国际中国哲学会
华东师范大学中国现代思想文化研究所
华东师范大学哲学系
上海中西哲学与文化比较研究会

CFP for ISCP panels at the 2021 APA Eastern Meeting

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CFP: ISCP at the 2021 APA Eastern (January 4-7 in New York City)

The International Society for Chinese Philosophy (ISCP) plans to host two-panel sessions at the APA-Eastern convention in NYC from January 4–7 in 2021.

Submissions focusing on any area of Chinese or Comparative philosophy are welcome.

Your submission should include the following information:

1. Title of Paper
2. Name of Presenter
3. Presenter’s Affiliation
4. Presenter’s e-mail address
5. Approximately 200-300 words Paper Abstract
6. Submission Deadline: June 25, 2020

Please send the submissions electronically to Dr. Jea Sophia Oh, ISCP Liaison to the APA Eastern Division Meeting, at: joh@wcupa.edu with “ISCP APA Eastern” in the subject line.

Simultaneous submissions (e.g. submitting the same abstract to multiple APA Group Sessions) are discouraged. If your paper is selected for inclusion, then you are committed to presenting it at our Group Session of the APA Eastern Division Meeting.

The following is the statement issued by APA regarding 2021 meetings:

Currently, all three APA divisions are planning to hold in-person meetings in 2021. While it is our goal to hold in-person meetings in 2021, we are also considering alternative formats, such as virtual meetings, as contingencies in the case that our usual meeting format becomes impossible. Though external forces like the ongoing pandemic affect and inform our plans, your participation is the most critical input for planning any meeting. We encourage you to submit a paper to the division of your choice when submissions open, or to sign up to comment or chair at an upcoming meeting. Regardless of meeting format, the APA is committed to providing the opportunities for intellectual engagement, scholarly collaboration, and professional development that our divisional meetings offer. We will keep you informed as the situation develops and new information becomes available. In the meantime, please don’t hesitate to reach out if there are ways we at the APA can support you, your colleagues, and your students through this crisis.

21st International Conference of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy: Conference Schedule

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CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

Conference dates: July 2nd-5th, 2019
Location: University of Bern, Switzerland
會議地點:瑞士伯恩大學

Host Website

Registration Site

Registration fees:
Regular Registration US $200
ISCP members Registration US $150
Student Registration US $100
ISCP Student Member Registration US $50
 

Students: Send proof of your enrolment (scan high-resolution photo of your student ID) and, if applicable, proof of your ISCP membership status to iscp2019.students@gmail.com

ISCP members; Please send proof of your ISCP membership status (receipt of payment) to iscp2019.members@gmail.com

Upon verification you will receive a code allowing you to choose the student / ISCP member category during sign-up. Please be aware that the conference organisation team assumes no responsibility for any errors made by participants during registration. Payments cannot be refunded.

Hotel Information 

Note: ISCP does not have any special arrangement with these hotels. Please check Expedia, Hotels.com, Travelocity, Orbitz, Booking.com for the best available rates.

Travel Information:

  1. There is no international airport in Berne (local spelling with an ‘e’), so you will need to fly to Zurich (one hour by train to Berne), Basel (one hour, with a short bus ride to the station in Basel), or to Geneva (2 hours by train to Berne). In Geneva and Zurich the rail station is in the airport, and very convenient. Tickets can be bought from machines using credit cards. Or else there is also an app (SBB Moble)
  2. The railway station in Berne is ten minutes by foot from the conference venue (Unitobler), and five minutes from the town centre where the hotels are.

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

Conference dates: July 2nd-5th, 2019

Location: University of Bern, Switzerland

會議地點:瑞士伯恩大學

Day 1 (Tuesday, July 2nd 2019)

9:00-9:30am

 Welcome

Prof. Dr. Achim Conzelmann, Vice-Rector Development, University of Berne

Richard King, ISCP President, University of Berne

  TEA & COFFEE
9:30-11:30am (2 HR) Session A1

 Forms of Persuasion

  1. Diego Castro Amenábar   Ph.D. Student, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Groningen, The Netherlands & Yu Shiyang   Ph.D. Student, Department of Philosophy, Sun Yat-Sen University, China
    Title: Guiguzi’s Indirect Persuasion as a Solution to Deep Disagreements
  2. Yumi SUZUKI    East China Normal University, China
    Title: Is Mengzi’s bian 辯 Philosophy or Rhetorical Persuasion? – Undermining an Argument through Its Own Reasoning.
  3. Ai YUAN   Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
    Title: Argumentative and Persuasive Power of Silence

Session A2

Chinese Logic and Reasoning

Chair: Weimin Sun   California State University Northridge, US

  1. JianMing ZHOU & Yu LI   Université de Picardie Jules Verne, France
    Title: « White Horse vs Horse » and « P vs NP » – Modern Interpretation of Chinese Traditional Logic
  2. Ivana Buljan   University of Zagreb, Croatia
    Title: Counterfactual Reasoning in Early Chinese Philosophy
  3. Jinmei Yuan   Creighton University, US
    Title: On An Alternative Logic of Knowing (知 Zhi) Possible Worlds in Zhuangzi: Reading The Inner Chapters from A Perspective of the Concept of Sets
  4. Weimin Sun   California State University Northridge, US
    Title: The Nature of Chinese Logic—Inference of Kind

Session A3

Being, Nonbeing and Space in Chinese Philosophy

Chair: Zemian Zheng   Wuhan University, China

  1. Polina Lukicheva   University of Zürich, Switzerland
    Title: A World without Space for Being and Nonbeing
  2. Sharon Y. Small   Department of Philosophy, East China Normal University, China
    Title: Wu (无) as a Philosophical Framework: Explorations in Early Daoist Thought
  3. Jorg Schumacher    Emeritus, University of Geneva, Switzerland
    Title: Defining a Space of Innocence—About the Philosophical Meaning of the Word fang
  4. Zemian Zheng   School of Philosophy, Wuhan University, China
    Title: Space-metaphor and Perspective-taking in Zhuangzi’s Notion of Truth

Session A4

Logic and Argument in Chinese Buddhism

Chair: Zhihua Yao    The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

  1. Carlo Cogliati    Department of Philosophy, King’s College London, UK
    Title: The Metaphysics and the Logic of ex nihilo and Dependent Origination: Aquinas and Fazang on Beings
  2. Zhihua Yao    The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    Title: Two Buddhist Arguments for Consciousness
  3. Wusi Tseng    School of Philosophy, Chinese Culture University, Taiwan
    Title: On the Logic of Nagarjuna’s Midway

Session A5

Mohist Rhetoric 

  1. Boqun Zhou 周博群   PhD Student, Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, University of Chicago, US
    Title: Mohist Optics and the Origin of Analogical Reasoning in China
  2. Yao-Cheng Chang    PhD Student, University of Leuven, Belgium
    Title: Ears and Eyes: The Mohist Arguments in Chinese Tradition
  3. Chaehyun Chong   Sogang University, South Korea
    Title: Mohist Bian (辯classifying) and the Generic Use of Nouns
  4. Xianxia Shao     Department of Philosophy, Nanjing Normal University, China
    Title: Mohists’ Arguments for Their Cosmopolitanism

Session A6

对话与变革——中国哲学中形而上学思想的回顾与展望

主持人: 李晨阳   新加坡南洋理工大学

  1. 杨浩   北京大学哲学系
    题目:融“无”入“有”—三教关系视域下郭象哲学有无问题新探
  2. 汤元宋   中国人民大学国学院
    题目:从“道之体”到“与道为体”—朱子学道体观中的动静新诠
  3. 刘莹   北京大学博士生
    题目:道之“制作”与“天下惟器”—从徂徕学的“制作”说看王船山的形而上学内涵
  4. 张慕良   吉林大学哲学社会学院
    题目:中国传统哲学宇宙论的特征

Session A7

佛教的實在觀

  1. 孟领 北京石油化工学院
    题目:唯识学对早期佛教因果理论的发展
  2. 汪伟 北京大学哲学系
    题目:支遁的思想方法研究
  3. 曹政 浙江大学人文学院
    题目:復歸與鏡像:道家「道生」和吠檀多「幻生」觀念比較

Session A8

中国古代对于实在问题的认识 以出土文献为中心

主持人:曹峰   中国人民大学哲学院教授

  1. 曹峰   中国人民大学哲学院教授
    题目:清华简《汤在啻门》所见「五」的观念研究
  2. 林啟屏   臺灣國立政治大學中文系
    题目:中國古代禮樂文明中的感受性問題:以孔子的詩論為分析焦點
  3. 郭梨華   臺灣輔仁大學哲學系
    题目:清華簡(六)中鄭國之為政思想及其形上基礎
  4. 王中江   北京大学哲学系教授
    题目:出土文献与晚周“心灵”模式的多样性
  5. 孟庆楠   北京大学哲学系副教授
    题目:天道与人心:生成论背景下的早期儒家人性观念
11:30-1:00 pm  LUNCH BREAK
1:00-2:30 pm

 

(90 M)

Session B1

Modernization and Westernization in the 20th Century and Beyond:
Modern New Confucianism and the Evolvement of Scientific and Moral Knowledge

 Chair: Eric Nelson   Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong

  1. Eric Nelson  Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
    Title: Conflicting Modernities: Zhang Junmai and the Debate over Life and Science
  2. Téa Sernelj   University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
    Title: Xu Fuguan’s Interpretation of the Concept Qinyun shengdong: A Fusion of Ethics and Aesthetics?
  3. Ady Van den Stock   Ghent University, Belgium
    Title: The Temptations of Metaphysics: Knowledge and Existence in Mou Zongsan’s Critique of the Cognitive Mind

Session B2

Passion for comparative Philosophy—In Memory of Walter Benesch

Chair:  Chenyang Li   Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

  1. Roger Ames   Peking University, China
    Title: The Comparative Philosophy Movement and Fairbanks’s Socrates, Walter Benesch
  2. Oleg Benesch   York University, UK
    Title: Philosophizing the Martial Arts in China, Japan, and the West
  3. Chenyang Li   Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
    Title: Walter Benesch: An Authentic Comparative Philosopher in the Comparative Age

Session B3

Aesthetics and Knowledge

Chair: Rafal Banka    Centre for Comparative Studies of Civilisations, Jagiellonian University, Poland

  1. Dascha Düring   Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
    Title: The Epistemic Import of the Aesthetic in Chinese Philosophy
  2. Massimiliano Lacertosa   SOAS University of London, UK
    Title: The Aesthetic Knowledge of the Zhuangzi
  3. Rafal Banka    Centre for Comparative Studies of Civilisations, Jagiellonian University, Poland
    Title: The Aesthetic Aspect of Confucian Practice in Li Zehou’s Psychological Construction

Session B4

Reexamining Early Confucianism

Chair:  Tao Jiang    Rutgers University, US

  1. Anders Sydskjør   University of Bern, Switzerland
    Title: The Contribution of Knowledge in the Xunzi ‘Undoing Blindness’
  2. Tao Jiang    Rutgers University, US
    Title: Contesting Ren in Classical Chinese Philosophy

Session B5

庄子语言哲学与怀疑主义

  1. 乐旭顺   武汉大学 哲学学院
    题目:论庄子的“吊诡”哲学
  2. 曹剑波   厦门大学哲学系
    题目:《庄子》怀疑主义的当代解读

Session B6

孟荀哲學

  1. 胡建萍 新加坡南洋理工大学哲学系
    题目:人力与天命的抗争——论荀子与张湛的力命之辩
  2. 陳起行 台灣國立政治大學法學院
    题目:荀子論法與先秦思想融合
  3. 张志强 内蒙古大学哲学学院
    题目:孟荀庄“是非”观念探析
2:30-3:00 pm TEA BREAK

 [MOVE TO AUDITORIUM]

3:30-4:30 pm

Great Aula, Main Building, Hochsculstrassse 4

Memorial Session for Vincent Shen

沈清松教授紀念專題

Chair: Jeeloo Liu   California State University, Fullerton, US
Speakers:

Roger Ames     Peking University, China

Yolaine Escande     CNRS, EHESS, Paris, France

Chenyang Li      Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

 4:30-4:40 pm Award Ceremony for Former President Chenyang Li
4:40-5:00 pm  SHORT BREAK

Group Photograph in front of the Main Building

Evening

 

 5:00-7:00 pm

Great Aula, Main Building, Hochsculstrassse 4

Plenary Panel #1: Rationality

Chair: Wolfgang Behr, Zurich, Switzerland

Anne Cheng   Collège de France, France:

The Argumentative Chinese

Karyn Lai   School of Humanities & Languages, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia:

Thinking and Acting Skilfully: Mastery in the Zhuangzi

Jenny Zhao   Lloyd-Dan David Research Fellow, Needham Research Institute, Darwin College, Cambridge, UK:

Humans as Rational Beings

DRINK RECEPTION TO FOLLOW

Day 2 (Wednesday July 3rd 2019)

9:00-11:00 am (2 HR) Session C1

Charles FU Essay Awards

Chair: Sandra A. Wawrytko   San Diego State University, US

  1. 李雨鍾  台灣國立政治大學中文系
    题目:修養論與政治論的分岔口:《管子·內業》精氣宇宙論的考古學研究 [Charles Fu Essay Junior Award]
  2. WANG Kai-li   The Department of Philosophy, Xiamen University, China
    Title: Moral Knowing, Moral Practice and Self-Deception: An Analysis of Zhu Xi’s Conception of Self-Deception [Charles Fu Essay Junior Award]
  3. Bongrae Seok   Alvernia University
    Title: Confucian Moral Psychology and Neuroscience of Embodied Empathy [Charles Fu Essay Senior Award]

Session C2

Metaphysics and Epistemology in Chinese Buddhism

Chair: Dennis Schilling   Renmin University of China, China

  1. Kai Shmushko    Tel Aviv University, Israel
    Title: Exploration of the Epistemological Toolbox in the Buzhenkonglun《不真空論》
  2. Jakub Zamorski    Jagiellonian University, Poland
    Title: How to Believe in the Pure Land: The Criteria of “Correct Belief” according to Early Modern Chinese Buddhists
  3. Yuet Keung Lo    National University of Singapore, Singapore
    Title: From the Lion’s Roar to Heavenly Piping: Sound in Chinese Buddhism
  4. Dennis Schilling   Renmin University of China, China
    Title: Life and Consciousness in Early Chinese Mahāyāna Buddhism

Session C3

Deepening the Daoist-Stoic Comparative Project

Chair: Lauren Pfister     Hong Kong Baptist University, Department of Religion and Philosophy

  1. Lauren Pfister     Hong Kong Baptist University, Department of Religion and Philosophy
    Title: Visions of Reality that Cause Politicians to Squirm: Comparative Concerns drawn from Marcus Aurelius’ kosmopolis, the Zhuangzi’s Daquna, Feng Youlan’s Tiandì jìngjie, and Hans-George Möller’s (A-Moral) Moral Fool (yusheng)
  2. David Machek    University of Bern, Institute of Philosophy
    Title: Stoics and Daoists on Doing Things Well
  3. Kathryn Muyskens    Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, School of Humanities, NTU Philosophy Group
    Title: Self-Cultivation Towards the Ideal Self in Seneca and the Huainanzi

Commentator:
David Chai  Chinese University of Hong Kong, Department of Philosophy

Session C4

Power Rhetoric and The Rhetoric of Power of the Han Feizi 韓非子

Chair/Discussant:
Wolfgang Behr
   University of Zurich, Switzerland

  1. Federico Brusadelli   Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg
    Title: The Will and the Centre: Understanding Yao要in the Han Feizi韓非子
  2. Lisa Indraccolo   University of Zurich, Switzerland
    Title: Tough Talk – Power relations, political rhetoric and cunning speech in the Han Feizi韓非子”
  3. Yuri Pines    The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
    Title: Worth vs. Power: Han Feizi’s ‘Critique of Positional Power’ Revisited
  4. Romain Graziani    Ecole Normale Supériore de Lyon /University of Geneva, Switzerland
    Title: Medicine and Politics – Reflections on the rhetoric of health and disease in the Han Feizi韓非子

Session C5

中国性情论

  1. 向世陵   人民大学哲学院
    题目:羽雪玉之白与犬牛人之性——孟、告之辩一议
  2. 鍾健文   香港中文大學哲學系
    题目:論情感在儒家道德直觀中之作用與地位: 以先秦儒家哲學為例
  3. 陳志強   國立臺灣大學哲學系
    题目:習與性成:清代儒學論「知識」與「過惡」的理論關係

Session C6

情感人视域——中国哲学中情感问题研究

主持人:王广     山东财经大学马克思主义学院中国传统文化研究所副教授

  1. 王广     山东财经大学马克思主义学院中国传统文化研究所副教授
    题目:从“与物同体”论中国哲学“实在”澄明中的情感机制
  2. 黄维元    山东财经大学马克思主义学院中国传统文化研究所副教授
    题目:即情显性与即情成性——思孟性学中的情感机制
  3. 苏晓晗     山东财经大学马克思主义学院中国传统文化研究所副教授
    题目:性善情不善,徇情以定性——王夫之的情论思想
  4. 沈大光     山东财经大学马克思主义学院国际政治关系研究所教授
    题目:论原始儒家情感教育的两重机制
  5. 陈琼霞     辅仁大学哲学博士,中山大学哲学系副研究员
    题目:由《管子》之“情”观现代医疗中的医患关系

Session C7

主持人:林明照    臺灣大學哲學系教授

  1. 李賢中    臺灣大學哲學系教授
    题目:中國古代「物論」探析
  2. Jana S. Rošker     Professor, University of Ljubljana, Department of Asian Studies
    题目:Modern Confucian Epistemology: From Intuition to Reason – And Back
  3. 林明照    臺灣大學哲學系教授
    题目:《莊子・齊物論》中「不言」與「嘗言之」的語言反思
  4. 吳惠齡     輔仁大學哲學系專案助理教授
    题目:論《鬼谷子》對《老子》之思維模式的繼承與轉化­­—以「相反相成」為核心

Session C8

王阳明的认识论

主持人:Weimin Sun, California State University, Northridge

  1. 刘增光   中国人民大学哲学院
    题目:“原日身体”与身的形上化—以身体现象学为鉴思考阳明学身心观念的发展
  2. 席玥桐   中国人民大学哲学学院
    题目:从王阳明的良知观看德性与闻见之辩
  3. 雷静   华南农业大学哲学系
    题目:王阳明诗与寂感问题:兼论工夫教学作为日用之道
11:00-11:20 am COFFEE BREAK
11:20-12:50 pm

(90 M)

Session D1

Comparative Philosophy of Mind

Chair: Xinzhong Yao   Renmin University of China, China

  1. Xinzhong Yao   Renmin University of China, China
    Title: The Embodied Mind and the Embodied Knowing_xin and zhi in the Book of Mencius
  2. Sandra A. Wawrytko   San Diego State University, US
    Title: Critical Thinking in Buddhist Philosophy: Provoking an Attentional Shift Through Cognitive Dissonance
  3. Tze-ki Hon   City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    Title: Coping with Contingency and Uncertainty: The Yijing Hexagrams on Decay and Discordance

Session D2

Name and Naming

  1. Haiming Wen   Renmin University of China
    Title: Interpreting the Confucian “Rectifying Names”: A New Perspective
  2. Dawid Rogacz    PhD Student, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland
    Title: Operating Names—The Chinese Way of Defining Things
  3. Wu Yun    Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
    Title: Yan (言) and Yi (义)—An Analysis of the Mohist Theory of Correcting Names

Session D3

Subjectivity and Subjective Emotions

  1. Lea Cantor   PhD student, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford, UK
    Title: Why Human Subjectivity is a Bit Fishy
  2. Mercedes Valmisa    Gettysburg College, US
    Title: The Non-Subjective Agency of Fate (ming 命): Can Objects be Agents?
  3. Jing Hu   Concordia University, Canada
    Title: Shameless Bullies and Shameless Heroes—A Discussion of Shame’s Communal Moral Value

Session D4

Neo-Confucian Metaphysics  

  1. Chew Sihao   PhD Student, University of Oxford, UK
    Title: Song Neo-Confucian Metaphysical Account on the 理一分殊 liyifenshu: Two Types of One-many Account
  2. Margus Ott    Estonian Institute of Humanities, Tallinn University, Estonia
    Title: Im- and Explicating Energy: Neo-Confucian School of Qi
  3. Li Lizhu    Department of Philosophy, Peking University, China
    Title: A Study Comparing Zhu Xi’s with Zhang Shi’s Taiji Concepts

Session D5

20世纪中国哲学

  1. 李维武   武汉大学哲学学院
    题目:严复与中国哲学本体论的古今之变
  2. 沈庭   武汉大学国学院
    题目:中国佛教真理观的近代转向—以欧阳竟无为中心
  3. 张佳  东南大学人文学院
    题目:从扶乩到灵学:近代科玄论战下的知识与理性

Session D6

Neo Zi-ism vs. Chinese Philosophy: Reflections and Development

新子学中國哲學的自我反思與發展

主持人:Fang Da (方达) Pre-Qin Zhuzi Research Center, East China Normal University, China

  1. Fang Yong (方勇)    Pre-Qin Zhuzi Research Center, East China Normal University, China
    Title: On Neo Zi-ism
  2. Liu Bing (刘兵)   The Classical Study Institute of Northeast Normal University, China
    Title: Zi-ism or Chinese Philosophy?
  3. Fang Da (方达) Pre-Qin Zhuzi Research Center, East China Normal University, China
    Title: “Xinzixue (Neo Zi-ism)” and “Chinese Feature”: The Development Direction of Chinese Philosophy under Modernity and Postmodernity

Session D7

朱熹哲學

主持人:朱人求   厦门大学哲学系

  1. 和溪   厦门大学哲学系
    题目:是非与道德 —朱子智德的认识论意义
  2. 朱人求   厦门大学哲学系
    题目:中国哲学的认知与悟道—朱子格物致知的理论旨趣
  3. 陳志杰   台湾中央大學哲研所
    题目:論朱子的人心道心之說—兼論朱子對治「欲」的工夫

Session D8

阴阳五行思想

  1. 郑济洲  中共福建省委党校
    题目:董仲舒公羊学的阴阳之道
  2. 肖航   武汉大学哲学学院
    题目:论东汉阴阳五行思想的发展 ——以《白虎通义》为中心
  3. 劉錦源   臺北馬偕醫護管理專科學校通識教育中心
    题目:董仲舒天人相應論
1:00-2:00 pm  LUNCH

 

Afternoon

 

FREE TIME

 

Day 3 (Thursday, July 4th  2019)

9:00-11:00 am

(2 HR)

Session E1

Knowledge and Virtue in Early Chinese Philosophy

Chair: Xinzhong Yao   Renmin University, China

  1. Robin R Wang   Loyola Marymount University, US
    Title: Daoist Way: Rou 柔 (Supple or Pliant) as A Source of Knowing and Intellectual Virtue
  2. Ming Chao Lin   National Taiwan University, Taiwan
    Title: Reflection on the Self and Ethical Implications in the Zhuangzi
  3. David Chai    Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    Title: Neo-Daoist Ji Kang’s “Essay on Dispelling Self-Interest”
  4. Ann A. Pang-White   The University of Scranton, US
    Title: Knowledge, Virtue, and Akrasia in Early Confucian Ethics

Session E2

Inspirations from Wang Yangming’s Philosophy

  1. Iso Kern   University of Bern, Switzerland
    Title: Wang Yangming, Luo Qinshun and Ouyang De: Controversies about the Bases of Ethical Action
  2. Zhen Chen (陳真)and Xianxia Shao (邵顯俠)  Department of Philosophy, Research Institute for Moral Education, Nanjing Normal University, China
    Title: Wang Yangming’s Theory of Moral Knowledge
  3. Wan-hsian Chi       National Chi Nan University, Taiwan
    Title: Wang Yangming’s Metaphysics of Mind and Neo-Confucian Dialogues on Becoming a Sage: A Philosophical Hermeneutic Study

Session E3

Metaphysics and Morality in Confucianism

  1. Yinghua Lu     Si-Mian Institute for Advanced Studies in Humanities, East China Normal University, China
    Title: How Does the Substance as Genuineness (誠) Act? —A Clarification of the Phenomenon of Genuineness Based on Zhong Yong
  2. Tsung-Hsing Ho, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan
    Title: A Game-Theoretic Defense of Confucianism

Session E4

The Art of Writing New Confucianism in the Twentieth Century: Textuality and Institutions

Chair/Discussant:

Thomas Fröhlich Hamburg University, Germany

  1. Rafael Suter     Zürich University, Switzerland
    Title: Arbitrariness of Form and Content? Modes of Linguistic Expression in Xiong Shili’s Contemporary Confucianism
  2. Joseph Ciaudo     Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, France
    Title: Writing Confucian philosophy for a Western audience: Some remarks on the multiples histories of Confucian philosophy written by Zhang Junmai
  3. Philippe Major     University of Basel, Switzerland
    Title: Philosophical Textuality between Heaven and Earth: Reading Tang Junyi
  4. Chan Hok Yin     City University of Hong Kong
    Title: To win hearts and mind: Tang Junyi’s Philosophy of Education in Cold War Hong Kong, 1950-1970

Session E5

语言与知识

  1. 徐波   复旦大学哲学学院
    题目:从“不可说”与“非分别说”看中国传统哲学中的语言与知识
  2. 李秋红   中国人民大学哲学院
    题目:小辨而毁大道”:《孔丛子·公孙龙》中的名儒论辩
  3. 曾暐傑   國立臺灣師範大學國文學系
    题目:在說服中建構實在─作為知識的「性善身體觀」在漢語哲學場域中之源流、論辨與典範

Session E6

程朱理学

  1. 江求流  陕西师范大学哲学系
    题目:气、气化与万物生成:朱子对终极实在的理解
  2. 毕梦曦  北京大学哲学系
    题目:“同出一理”与“一体相关”:二程同体思想研究
  3. 张锦枝   上海社会科学院哲学研究所
    题目:自我与无我:理学工夫论的三个层次

Session E7

先秦人性论

主持人:方朝晖   清华大学人文院历史系

  1. 方朝晖   清华大学人文院历史系
    题目:如何理解先秦的“性”概念?
  2. 解启扬   中国政法大学
    题目:墨荀韩人性思想的历史与逻辑
  3. 任蜜林   中国社会科学院哲学研究所
    题目:早期儒家人性论的两种模式及其影响——以《中庸》、孟子为中心
 
   COFFEE  BREAK
11:30-1:00 pm

(90 M)

Session F1

ISCP Founder’s Speech

Chair: Richard King, University of Berne, Switzerland

Chung-ying Cheng   University of Hawaii at Manoa, US
Title: On Primary Cosmology in Chinese Philosophy: To Be is To Become

Session F2

Zhu Xi’s Moral Epistemology                                             

Chair: Jinli He   Trinity University, US

  1. Yuhan Liang     PhD student, Philosophy Department, University of Connecticut, US
    Title: What Makes Moral Judgment Right: Zhu Xi’s Understanding of Moral Knowledge
  2. Matthew Steggles    PhD Student, The University of Sydney, Australia
    Title: Yan Yuan’ Criticisms of Zhu Xi’s Moral Epistemology
  3. Yves Vende     Centre Sèvres, Paris, France
    Title: Zhu Xi’s General and Particular Reading Method

Session F3

Knowledge Organization in Pre-Modern China

  1. Hur-li Lee   School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, US
    Title: Knowledge Organization in the Seven Epitomes (Qilue)
  2. Stefano Gandolfo   Doctoral Candidate, Oriental Studies, University of Oxford, UK
    Title: Knowledge Organization in the Complete Writings of the Four Repositories

Session F4

Explorations in Neo-Confucianism

  1. Shuhong Zheng    Department of Philosophy at Sun Yat-sen University, China
    Title: The Making of Neo-Confucianism: Commentaries, Concepts and Questions
  2. CHEN I-Hsin    Department of Translation, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    Title: Translation, Argument, and the Epistemic Reconstruction of Contents of Knowing: Wing-tsit Chan’s Argumentative Translation of Zhu Xi’s Concept of Li

Session F5

Metaphysical Explorations of Reality in Post-Han Daoism

Chair: David Chai   Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

  1. David Chai   Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    Title: Metaphysical Ecology in the Huanglao Boshu
  2. Thomas Michael   Beijing Normal University, China
    Title: Heshang Gong
  3. James Miller   Duke Kunshan University, China
    Title: Nature and Pervasion (tong) in Highest Clarity Daoism

Session F6

朱熹的道德認知論

  1. 梁奮程   台灣中央研究院中國文哲研究所
    题目:論朱子倫理學中「真知」的證成意涵
  2. 鄒嘯宇   湖南師範大學公共管理學院哲學系
    题目:試論朱子應對人禽之辨問題的效力與困難
  3. 郭清香   中国人民大学哲学院
    题目:朱熹与王阳明的“格物”之争——兼论道德认识的可能性 

Session F7

中西问答学、论说及认识

  1. 张耀南    北京航空航天大学
    题目:中华问答学之“三款六式”
  2. 杨武金   中国人民大学
    题目:墨家认识论的独特性

Session F8

孟荀真理與知識

  1. 荆雨  东北师范大学哲学学院
    题目:道、法、名、理—荀子之法的论证逻辑
  2. 金生亮  中山大学哲学系
    题目:对“说服”与“知识”的考察—以《孟子》为例

1:00-2:00 pm  LUNCH BREAK
2:00-4:00 pm

(2 HR)

Session G1

Moral Constructivism and Moral Skepticism

Chair: JeeLoo Liu   California State University, Fullerton, US

  1. Meng Zhang   Department of Religious Studies, Indiana University Bloomington, US
    Title: Mengzi’s Ethical Naturalist Constructivism and Its Ambiguity
  2. Siufu TANG   The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    Title: Xunzi’s Confucian Constructivism: An Initial Sketch.
  3. Yong Li    School of Philosophy, Wuhan University, China
    Title: Moral Ambivalence, Moral Relativism and Moral Knowledge
  4. Katarzyna Pejda    Sinology,  Institute of Classical and Oriental Studies, The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland
    Title: Constructing a Moral Person in Analects and Mengzi Texts

Session G2

Nomina sunt omina: New Perspectives on Naming and the Theory of Zhèngmíng 正名 (“rectification of names”) in Classical Chinese Philosophy

Chair/Discussant:
Rafael Suter   University of Zurich, Switzerland

  1. Gian Carlo Danuser    University of Zurich, Switzerland
    Title: Time and Significance in Early Chinese Texts
  2. Kateřina Gajdošová    Charles University, Prague
    Title: Names and the Nameless: Ontological Role of Names from the Perspective of the Excavated Cosmologies
  3. Lisa Indraccolo    University of Zurich, Switzerland
    Title: Getting real – Names and Actualities in the Gōngsūn Lóngzǐ and Other Logicians’s Writings
  4. Zhenxu Xu    University of Basel, Switzerland
    Title: Rectification of Names vs. Nullification of Names: Xúnzǐ and Zhuāngzǐ as Two Responses to the School of Names

Session G3

Guo Xiang and Wang Bi on Nothingness, Contentedness and Knowledge

Chair and Discussant: Thomas Michael    School of Philosophy, Beijing Normal University, China   

  1. Kai Marchal (馬愷之)   Department of Philosophy, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
    Title: Once again on Nothingness in Wang Bi (226-249)
  2. Dennis Schilling (謝林德)   School of Philosophy, Renmin University of China, Beijing, China
    Title: ‘Non-Consciousness’(wú xīn 無心) or the Incongruity Between Existence and Knowledge in the Philosophy of Guo Xiàng
  3. Christine Abigail Lee Tan (陳美安 School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
    Title: Guo Xiang and the Ontology of Epistemic Injustice
  4. Yuxiao Wang (王雨萧)   School of Philosophy, Renmin University of China, Beijing, China
    Title: Changes of Xiāoyáo— ‘Wandering at Ease’ in the Philosophy of Guō Xiàng

Session G4

Persuasion in Politics:
On the Role of the Advisor in Pre-Imperial and Late Imperial China

Chair: Ralph Weber    University of Basel, Switzerland

  1. Kai Vogelsang   Hamburg University, Germany
    Title: The Smart, the Stupid, and the Enlightened: On the Origins of Political Consultation in Ancient China
  2. Thomas Fröhlich    Hamburg University, Germany
    Title: Ruler and Counsellor – Reflections on Governance in Ming yi dai fang lu and San guo yanyi
  3. Stefan Christ    Hamburg University, Germany
    Title: The Weight of the Present: Politics and Morals in the Huangchao jingshi wenbian
  4. Ralph Weber    University of Basel, Switzerland
    Title: Huang Zongxi’s Critique of Fellow Confucians as Failed Advisors

Session G5

杨墨哲学

  1. 何新宇 贵州大学哲学与社会发展学院
    题目:墨家逻辑的道义取向
  2. 鄭宗義 香港中文大學哲學系
    题目:重探儒墨之是非
  3. 傅晓微 四川外国语大学
    题目:杨朱“一毛不拔”的逻辑进路—兼论杨朱“贵己、为我”类观念的谬误

Session G6

佛教的論證哲学

主持人:杨本华 南京大学哲学系

  1. 李明书 华中科技大学哲学系
    题目:《佛说摩邓女经》论证佛教的说服如何可能
  2. 杨本华 南京大学哲学系
    题目:论憨山德清会通三教的辩证理路
  3. 曾丽娜 中国人民大学哲学院
    题目:佛教与西方因果关系之比较  ——以因明为论证工具进行阐释

Session G7

道教哲学的實在論

主持人:Jinli He   Trinity University, US

  1. 郭沂  韩国首尔国立大学哲学系
    题目:道体、性体与心体—道哲学的观念
  2. 刘楚昕  武汉大学哲学学院
    题目:道家“名实”思想研究
  3. 黄宁园  武汉大学哲学学院
    题目:“天籁”的语言秘密:人对真理的诠释

Session G8

20世纪中国哲学

  1. 肖雄   湖北大学哲学学院
    题目:试论牟宗三的圆教认(知)识论
  2. 劉保禧   台灣東吳大學哲學系
    题目:論胡適的「名學方法」
  3. 刘旭   武汉大学哲学学院
    题目:知识与德性 :论徐复观对朱陆异同的考察

4:00-4:30 pm TEA BREAK

[MOVE TO Great Aula, Hochschulstrasse 4 ]

Evening

5:00-7:00 pm


Plenary Panel 2 Science

Chair: Richard King, Berne

Karine Chemla   SPHERE, CNRS & University Paris Diderot, France: Science and Chinese Philosophy

Paul Unschuld     Institute for Chinese Life Sciences, Charité-Medical University, Berlin, Germany:

Chinese Medicine and Philosophy

Yang Guorong 楊國榮   Department of Philosophy, East China Normal University, China:

The Idea of lixing (Reason and Rationality) in Chinese Philosophy


Day 4 (Friday, July 5th 2019)

9:00-11:00 am

(2 HR)

Session H1

Philosophy of Life in the Zhuangzi

Chair: James D. Sellmann    The University of Guam, US

  1. Verena Xiwen Zhang   Department of Philosophy, Tunghai University, Taiwan
    Title: On Zhuangzi’s Perspectives on Life and Death: Through Zhuangzi’s Epistemology to His Life of Philosophy
  2. Anton Heinrich L. Rennesland   Graduate Student, University of Santo Tomas, Manila, Philippines
    Title: Zhuangzi’s Dream Argument as Hypothesis: Perspective, Existence, Freedom
  3. Harold W. Baillie    The University of Scranton, US
    Title: Zhuangzi: Plato’s Mature Philosopher
  4. James D. Sellmann    The University of Guam, US
    Title: Rebuttal by Non-Rebuttal: The Zhuangzi as a Commentary on Kongzi Not knowing Complete Virtue

Session H2

Modernization and Westernization in the 20th Century and Beyond:
Modern New Confucianism and the Evolvement of Scientific and Moral Knowledge

  1. Bart Dessein   Ghent University, Belgium
    Title: ‘Confucianism for the Nation’ and ‘Confucianism for the People’: The Heritage of Wang Yangming in Mou Zongsan, and Beyond
  2. Ouyang Xiao   Postdoc Fellow, University College Cork, Ireland
    Title: Contemporary Confucianism and Metaphysical Aesthetics:  An Aesthetic Investigation of Chen Lai’s Ren-ism
  3. Jana S. Rošker   University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
    Title: Confucian Revivals in Taiwan and Mainland China: Chen Lai’s and Li Zehou’s Upgrading of Mou Zongsan’s Metaphysics of Morality

Session H3

道教哲学

主持人:李兰芬  广州中山大学哲学系教授

  1. 郑博思  中国社科院研究生院
    题目:《老子》的“自-然”与《庄子》的“自然”—管窥“自然”概念在《老》《庄》中的发展和演变
  2. 李兰芬  广州中山大学哲学系教授
    题目:王弼哲学中的“道”“体”“无” 
  3. 李刚  遵义医学院人文医学研究中心
    题目:论《庄子》中精纯之“气”的属性
  4. 竇逸凡 國立臺灣大學哲學系
    题目:從明辨是非到體道反性—以《淮南子》中的是非之辨為論

Session H4

王船山哲學探討

主持人:JeeLoo Liu   California State University, Fullerton, US

  1. 程旺  北京中医药大学
    题目:持志以定心 ——王船山的“正心教”及其定位
  2. 王博  中国人民大学哲学院
    题目:试论王夫之的“体知论”
  3. 姜含琪  大连理工大学
    题目:王夫之易学体系中的认识论思想探析 ——以王夫之《易》、佛会通为中心

Session H5

先秦知识论

主持人:陈少明 中山大学哲学系

  1. 陈少明 中山大学哲学系
    题目:广“小大之辩”
  2. 丁威仁 台灣清華大學華文文學研究所
    题目:中國古代房中思想的系統建構
  3. 吳忠偉 蘇州大學哲學系
    题目:[兼知」與「因知」——戰國後期的兩種「認知分工」論
  4. 許家瑜 北京大學哲學系
    题目:待而後當, 所待未定:《莊子》之「知」與「化」

Session H6

中国哲学的运用

  1. 王博  空军军医大学基础医学院
    题目:从仲景对五行的拒斥看医理与哲理的冲突—兼论阴阳五行合流的根本困难
  2. 高毅  武汉大学哲学学院
    题目:中医基础理论的“理性化”探索

Session H7

事情本身他者表述”—儒佛会通中的文本诠释与话语建构 

  1. 王皓   枣庄学院助理教授
    题目:儒佛会通视域下佛教语言对儒家经典意义世界的开启——以契嵩《中庸解》为中心
  2. 刘莹    北京大学哲学系、东京大学人文系联合培养博士
    题目:“归儒”何必“排佛”——藤原惺窝之“排佛”辨
  3. 释法幢(谢謦后)   佛光大学佛教研究中心博士后研究员
    题目:何为护法?——《硕揆禅师语录》尺牍中的儒佛关系

Session H8

朱熹的道德天理論

  1. 陈苏珍  福建师范大学马克思主义学院
    题目:自然与心性的融合:朱子对善恶本体意蕴的探讨
  2. 葉人豪  清華大學中國文學系
    题目:超越性之中如何保有他者–重估朱熹的氣質之性
  3. 于文博  北京化工大学
    题目:心性结构的探索与道德主体的确立—以朱子“性之德”和马一浮“性德”为例

11:00-11:20 am COFFEE  BREAK
11:20am-12:50pm

(90 M)

Session I1

Sinology and Interpretation

  1. Jan Vihan   Faculty of Humanities, Charles University, Prague
    Title: 識意也意志也 Systematisation of Basic Signs in Shuowen: the case of “will” as “cognition”.
  2. Eugenia Werzner   Institute of Chinese Studies, Freie Universitaet Berlin, Germany
    Title: Observe the Odes to Grasp the Significance of Things: Some Remarks on the Relation of Knowledge and Value in Late Qing Commentaries on the “Airs of the States” (guofeng 國風)

Session I2

Guoxiang and the Zhuangzi

  1. Raphaël VAN DAELE戴若飛   Université Libre de Bruxelles [ULB], Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociale [EHESS]
    Title: What Does it Mean to Be Self-So? The Nature of Reality in Guo Xiang’s Commentary on the Zhuangzi
  2. Alexa Nord-Bronzyk   Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
    Title: Guo Xiang on Fasting of the Xin: A Focus on Translation Comparison

Session I3

Chinese Philosophy and the Future

  1. Liang Cai   Department of History, University of Notre Dame, US
    Title: Technical Merit, Moral Virtue and Bureaucratic Hierarchy
  2. Margaret Goralski & Krystyna Gorniak-Kocikowska     Quinnipiac University & Southern Connecticut State University, US
    Title: Happiness of the Fish in the Era of Artificial Intelligence
  3. Lincoln Rathnam   Duke Kunshan University, China
    Title: Classical Confucianism and The Limits of Persuasion

Session I4

20th Century Chinese Philosophy

  1. Jinli He   Trinity University, US
    Title: The Issue of Modernization and Westernization in Chinese Philosophy: Case Study of the Early 20th Century
  2. Tak-Lap Yeung   Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
    Title: Overcoming the Limit of Knowledge: Mou’s Modification of Kantian Philosophy and its Capability of Responding to the Crisis of Technology in the 21st Century

Session I5

理学的開展

  1. 文碧方  武漢大學哲學學院
    题目:朱子「真知必能行」何以证成
  2. 丁为祥   陕西师范大学哲学系
    题目:“思则得之”―儒家人文精神的确立与拓展
  3. 陈立胜  中山大学哲学系
    题目:“以心求心”如何可能?

Session I6

诠释与建构——儒学在日本的展开及其官学化

主持人与评议人:汤浅邦弘教授 日本大阪大学

  1. 刘莹   北京大学哲学系、东京大学人文系社会研究科联合培养博士
    题目:“学以致道”与“习以成德”——以《论语徵》为例试析荻生徂徕之“道”
  2. 佐藤由隆   日本大阪大学大学院文学研究科博士、北京大学高级进修生
    题目:日本怀德堂学派的知行论
  3. 王茂林   中国人民大学哲学院博士、日本东洋大学交换留学生
    题目:宽政异学之禁下的儒学发展 ——以松平定信为视角
1:00-2:00 pm  LUNCH BREAK
2:00-4:00 pm

(2 HR)

Session J1

Evidential Frameworks and Patterns in Diagnostic, Divinatory, and Introspective Techniques

Chair: Elisabeth Hsu    School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography, University of Oxford, UK

  1. Leslie de Vries  Department of Religious Studies, University of Kent
    Title: Introspective Techniques, Clinical Evidence and Changing Perceptions on Cosmology in Late Ming China
  2. Rodo Pfister    Research Institute on the History of Afroeurasian Life Sciences, Basel, Switzerland
    Title: Introducing the Inner Worlds of Chen Pu: Language and Philosophy of Mind in «Mr Chen’s Instructions on the Inner Cinnabar»
  3. Elisabeth Hsu    School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography, University of Oxford, UK
    Title: Suo yi zhi “the means whereby I recognised”: What counts as evidence for diagnosing different disorders (bing病) in Han China?

Session J2

Knowledge and Reality in Early Daoism 

Chair:  Ann A. Pang-White   The University of Scranton, US

  1. CHEN Yun   East China Normal University, China
    Title: The Subjective Condition of Truth: On the Zhuangzi’s Proposition “there are Sincere People and then there is True Knowledge”
  2. Andrei Gomouline   The Louis Frieberg Center for East Asian Studies, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
    Title: Laozi and the Development of Cosmogonic Argument in Early China
  3. Wai Wai Chiu    Lingnan University, Hong Kong
    Title: Zhuangzi’s Knowledge and Its Evaluation of qing
  4. I Xuan Chong   University of St. Andrews, Scotland
    Title: Skepticism in the Zhuangzi and “Life-form”

Session J3

Emotion and Cognition in Confucianism

Chair: Liu Liangjian    East China Normal University, China

  1. Liu Liangjian    East China Normal University, China
    Title: Techne, Philological Study and the Knowledge of Affective Mindset and Nature: Different Aspects of the Understanding of Knowledge as well as Their Tension in the Early Qing Dynasty
  2. Kai Wang    School of philosophy, Beijing Normal University
    Title: Xuncian Concept of daoxin 道心
  3. Qingjie James Wang    The Chinese University of Hong Kong
    Title: Moral Dilemma, Justice and the Confucius’s “Kin Concealment of Offences”

Session J4

王阳明的道德知識論

  1. 廖璨璨  武汉大学 哲学学院
    题目:从“至善统善恶”探讨王阳明论心体之“善”的两个层面
  2. 苏晓冰  西安电子科技大学
    题目:从知识到德性:王阳明对“知识化”圣人观的反思
  3. 王振钰  华东师范大学哲学系
    题目:良知与真知—阳明心学道德知识论研究
  4. 賴柯助   國立中正大學中國文學系
    题目:從Korsgaard的實踐哲學論王陽明的知行合一:道德認同完整性的確立

Session J5 

中国哲学天道与实践

  1. 王毅  四川外国语大学
    题目:中国哲学的原初构架及其核心概念 —“道、阴阳、五行、中和”及其相互依存
  2. 龚建平   西安交通大学人文社会科学学院
    题目:论儒家道德认识之必要与可能
  3. 张清江  中山大学哲学系
    题目:儒耶生死论辩中的知识与信仰 —以《正学鏐石》”释生死魂魄之辩”为中心

Session J6

中国哲学的运用

  1. 何萍   武汉大学哲学学院
    题目:中国传统科学方法的现代意义
  2. 朱承   上海大学哲学系
    题目:万物一体视域下的人工智能
  3. 谭延庚  山东师范大学
    题目:人工智能的内在限制与中国哲学视域的审视
4:00-4:30 PM MOVE TO AUDITORIUM Great Aula

Main Building, Hochschulstrasse 4


5:00-6:00 pm GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Transferring the ISCP flag to President Yang Guorong

Closing Remarks: President Richard King


7:00 pm– End CLOSING BANQUET

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