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Does Nothingness Exist? A Cross-Continental Dialogue

International conference hosted by the Department of Asian Studies, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, the International Society of Chinese Philosophy (ISCP), and the European Association of Chinese Philosophy (EACP) on May 17-19, 2024

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ISCP Panels at APA-Pacific Division Meeting, 2024

International Society for Chinese Philosophy: G2E, Thursday, March 21, 6:00–8:00 p.m.

G4E. International Society for Chinese Philosophy, Session 1

Topic: The Reach of Mind and the Extent of Metaphysics

Speakers:

  • Kai Wang (Beijing Normal University) “A New Study on Xunzi’s Theory of Heaven”
  • Derek Lam (California State University, Sacramento) “How Not to Keep Mengzi’s Doctrine of Human Nature Religious”
  • James Dominic Rooney (Hong Kong Baptist University) “Is Metaethical Naturalism Sufficient? A Confucian Response to Problems of Meaning”
  • Botian Liu (Duke University) “Understanding Mengzi’s Perspective on Reason and Emotion from the Inside Out”
  • Shuwen Liu (University of California, Berkeley) “Zhu Xi on the Notion of Yu (Desire)”

International Society for Chinese Philosophy: G6D, Friday, March 22, 7:00–9:00 p.m.

G6D. International Society for Chinese Philosophy, Session 2

Topic: Beings in the Environment

Speakers:

  • Frank Saunders, Jr. (Hong Kong Chu Hai College) “Can Xunzi Help Us Out with Climate Change?”
  • Andrew Fuyarchuk (Yorkville University) “Gadamer and Zhuangzi on the Intrinsic Value of Nonhuman Beings”
  • Thaddée Chantry-Gellens (Chinese University of Hong Kong) “The Mythical and the ‘Natural’: Ecological Resources in the Use of Mythical Figures in the Zhuangzi
  • Lloyd Sciban (University of Calgary) “Wang Yangming on How Personal Cultivation Can Support the Environment”

ISCP Panel at APA-Central Division Meeting, 2024

International Society for Chinese Philosophy: G2C, Thursday, February 22, 9:00–11:50 a.m.

G2C. International Society for Chinese Philosophy (ISCP)

Chair: TBA

Speakers:

  • Ahyoung Lee (City University of Hong Kong) “Classical Daoism: Apolitical Political Philosophy”
  • Wei Shi (Tsinghua University) “Reconstructing Confucianism as an Edification (jiaohua) Tradition: A New Trend in China’s Contemporary Confucian Revival Movement”
  • Emily Kluge (Duke University) “Haoxue, Imperfect Exemplars, and Society”
  • Sean Drysdale Walsh (University of Minnesota-Duluth) “Confucius, Aristotle, and Attribution Bias”

ISCP Panels at APA-Eastern Division Meeting, 2024

International Society for Chinese Philosophy: G5F, Tuesday, January 16, 9:00–10:50 a.m.; G6D, Tuesday, January 16, 11:00 a.m.–12:50 p.m.; G7H, Tuesday, January 16, 2:00–3:50 p.m.; G8G, Tuesday, January 16, 4:00–5:50 p.m.

G5F.ISCP A1: Comparative Ethics for Becoming Human

Presider: Jea Sophia Oh (West Chester University of Pennsylvania)

  • Lisa Indraccolo (Tallinn University) “On Humanism and the Art of Being Human in Confucius and Sartre”
  • Howard J. Curzer (Texas Tech University), “Mengzi’s Dialogue with Gaozi and Gongduzi”
  • Xiangnong Hu (Fudan University), “A New Critique of Mou Zongsan’s Kantian Interpretation of Mengzi’s Ethics”
  • George Tsai (University of Hawaii) and Lok Chui Choo (University of Hawaii), “Gratitude and Debt in Confucian and Western Ethics”
  • Jihyun Hwang (Florida State University), “Confucian Mourning Rituals and the Puzzle on the Diminution of Grief”

G6D.ISCP A2: Confucianism and Human Rights

Presider: Joseph Harroff (American University)

  • Bongrae Seok (Alvernia University), “Xunzi’s Epistemology of the Heart-Mind and Fodorian System of Central Cognition”
  • Anna Irene Baka (Harvard University), “Breaking from nature? Action and creativity in Aristotle and Xunzi”
  • Andrew Ruble (University of Utah), “Xunzian Organizational Leadership”
  • Nalei Chen (New York University), “Can Han Feizi Talk about “Human Rights”?”

G7H.ISCP B1: Confluential Flows of Asian Philosophies

Presider: Ann A. Pang-White (University of Scranton)

  • Gerald Nelson Jr. (Pennsylvania State University), “The Daoist Critique of Representational Thinking”
  • Chris Rahlwes (University of Connecticut), “Zhuangzian and Jaina Perspectivism”
  • Anders Sydskjør (Harvard Center for Hellenic Studies), “Perspective and Storytelling in the Zhuangzi 
  • Yuchen Liang (Peking University), “Two Concepts of Shengsheng 生生” 
  • Joseph Harroff (American University), “Practice Makes Perfect: Tianxia 天下in Translation” 

G8G.ISCP B2: Meditating Emptiness and Fullness

Presider: Lisa Indraccolo (Tallinn University, Estonia)

  • Jinyoung Hwang (Hong Kong University), “Hearing(wen, 聞) as the equivalent of Knowing”
  • CHAN, Chu Kwan (Universität Hamburg), “The Problem of Translating Se Ji Shi Kong 色即是空 as Form is Emptiness”
  • Li Kang (Washington and Lee University), “From Emptiness to Interconnectedness: Objects, Identity, and Dependence in Chinese Buddhism”
  • Hin Ming Frankie Chik (University of Pittsburgh), “The Unmarried Mothers and the Mandate of Heaven in the Lienu zhuan: A Maternal Reappraisal” 
  • Bin Song (Washington College), “A Study of Cheng Yi’s Quiet-sitting Meditation and Other Contemplative Practices in the Ru (Confucian) Context”

ISCP Panels at APA-Pacific Division Meeting April 5-8, 2023

G3E. International Society for Chinese Philosophy, Session 1 Topic: Ethical Relations

Chair: Li-Hsiang Lisa Rosenlee (University of Hawai’i–West Oahu)

Speakers:

  • Lu Wang (Northwest A&F University) “Mother and Child Relationship and the Tradition of Confucian Filial Piety”
  • Sai Ying Ng (The Graduate Center, CUNY) “Relational Selves: Williams’s Thick Ethical Concepts in Confucian Ethical Communities”
  • Andrew Fuyarchuk (Yorkville University) “The Anthropocentric Bias in Environmental Hermeneutics and Following the Dao”
  • Li-Hsiang Lisa Rosenlee (University of Hawai’i–West Oahu) “Where Did All the Women Go?”

G9E. International Society for Chinese Philosophy, Session 2 Topic: Roots and Branches, Culture and Politics

Chair: Joshua Mason (Loyola Marymount University)

Speakers:

  • Anna Irene Baka (Harvard University) “An Aristotelian and a Confucian Challenge to the Political Teleology of Modernity”
  • Liang Cai (University of Notre Dame) “Crime-Free Utopia and Collapse of the Justice System: When Philosopher-Dreams Were Applied to Early China (221 BCE–25 CE)”
  • Markus Samuel Haselbeck (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven) “One Philosopher with Many Faces—A Preliminary Study of Kang Youwei’s Depiction Within Contemporary Political Philosophy”
  • Victoria Sukhomlinova (Independent Scholar) “Ornamentalization: A Non-Western Approach to Transcultural Experience”

ISCP Panels at APA-Central Division Meeting April 22-25, 2023

G1F. International Society for Chinese Philosophy Topic: The Sage Rulers and Ethical Knowledge in Early Chinese Philosophy

Chair: TBA

Speakers:

  • Ellie Hua Wang (National Chengchi University) “Ethical Knowing in the Xunzi”
  • Choo Lok Chui (Nanyang Technological University) “Tragic Resentment Towards Heaven (Tian) in Early Confucian Thought”
  • Andrew Ruble (University of Utah) “A Guide to Understanding Your Sage-Ruler”
  • Julius Geissler (Oxford University) “The Disengaged Participant: Ethical Knowledge, the Origin of Moral Norms, and the Meaning of Ritual in the Xunzi”
  • Nalei Chen (New York University) “Taming the Prince: A Comparison of Han Feizi and Max Weber”

G4B. International Society for Chinese Philosophy Topic: Mencius and New Interpretations on Human Nature and Political Power

Chair: TBA

Speakers:

  • Emily Kluge (Duke University) “Min (民) in the Mencius: Not Quite Power to the People”
  • Guk Choi (The Chinese University of Hong Kong) “Could Mencius’ Theory on Human Nature Deal with the Issue of Normativity?”
  • Dobin Choi (Kookmin University, Seoul, Korea) “Sentiments of Shame and Honor in Mengzi and Hume”
  • Joonho Lee (University of Utah) “Self-Deception in Mencius 5A2”
  • Hyun-woo Park (Seoul National University) “Revisiting Resentment against Tian in Mengzi 2B13”

ISCP Panels at APA-Eastern Division Meeting January 4-7, 2023

G7E. International Society for Chinese Philosophy Topic: One and Many of the Way

Chair: Jea Sophia Oh (West Chester University of Pennsylvania)

Speakers:

  • Bixin Guo (University of Pittsburgh) “Is There a Notion of Laws of Nature in Chinese Classical Texts?”
  • Rafal Banka (University of Oxford) “Dao and You: Causation in a Mereological Reconstruction of Daoist Metaphysics”
  • Alexis LaBar (West Chester University of Pennsylvania) “The Way of Water: Nietzsche, Daoism, and Women”
  • Ziqiang Bai (Chinese University of Hong Kong) “Toward a Eudaimonistic Virtue Ethics Reading of the Zhuangzi”
  • Pierson Christensen (Loyola Marymount University) “Zhuangzi’s Persuasion: A Case of Philosophy of Literature”
  • Xueqi Fan (Chinese University of Hong Kong) “The Therapeutic Power of Zhuangzi: Logic-Based Therapy or Acceptance and Commitment Therapy?”

G15E. International Society for Chinese Philosophy Topic: Heat Mind of All Under Heaven

Chair: Joseph Harroff (American University)

Part 1

Speakers:

  • Bongrae Seok (Alvernia University) “Confucian Moral Psychology and Moral Sentimentalism”
  • Siqi Chen (Boston College) “Shame and Otherness: A Phenomenological and Confucian Analysis”
  • Jing Iris Hu (Concordia University) “Genuine Shame (Yi Ru 义辱) and Situational Shame (Shi Ru 势辱) —A Study of Shame and Social Stigma In Early Confucian Texts”
  • Joonho Lee (University of Utah) “Temptation in Mencius 1A7, and the Mencian Conception of Virtue”
  • Guk Choi (The Chinese University of Hong Kong) “Rebuttal of Counterarguments against the Problem of Underdetermination in Mencius— Focusing on Difficulty in Determining the Content of Naturality”

Part 2

Speakers:

  • Mercedes Valmisa (Gettysburg College) “Pragmatic Truth, Ideology, and Anti-Dogmatism”
  • Roy Tseng (Academia Sinica) “Two Ways of Reading all-under-Heaven: From Political to Moral”
  • Ahyoung Lee (City University of Hong Kong) “On Han Fei’s Enlightened Ruler”
  • Le Li (Wuhan University) “The Problem of Evil in the Neo-Confucian Context: Lin Zhao’s View on the Origin of Evil”
  • Sanjoy Barua Chowdhury (Mahidol University) “A Study of the Mahāsatipaṭṭhāna Sutta and the Platform Sūtra’s Resemblances: Revisiting the Doctrinal Bridge Between the Theravāda and Ch’an Traditions”
  • Jingjing Li (Leiden University) “What Is Shared between Bodhisattvas and Their Targeted Audience? An Exploration of Transformative Sociality in Chinese Yogācāra”

This session will continue until 12:50 p.m

ISCP Panels at APA-Pacific Division Meeting April 13-16, 2022

G4D. International Society for Chinese Philosophy, Session 1 Topic: Political Realism and Idealism in Chinese Philosophy

Chair: Henrique Schneider (City University of Seattle)

Speakers:

  • Gordon B. Mower (Brigham Young University) “Han Fei and Structural Realism”
  • Guk Choi (Chinese University of Hong Kong) “Mencius: Pragmatist on Human Nature”
  • Henrique Schneider (City University of Seattle) “Realism and Idealism in Guanzi”
  • Eirik Lang Harris (Colorado State University) “The Huainanzi and Its ‘Ruler’s Techniques’”

G9D. International Society for Chinese Philosophy, Session 2 Topic: Chinese Philosophy on Human Relations with the World

Chair: Lloyd Sciban (University of Calgary)

Speakers:

  • Lloyd Sciban (University of Calgary) “Staircase to Heaven: Wang Yangming’s Path to Unity of All Beings”
  • Jifen Li (Renmin University of China) “The Transcoding of Motherly Love to Elder Brotherly Love in the Xunzi”
  • Stephen C. Walker (University of Chicago) “Therapy, Sociability, and Leadership in Zhuangzi and Sextus Empiricus”
  • Michaël Schapers (Tsinghua University) “Truthful Artifice: The Xunzi’s Aesthetic Argument of Cheng 誠”
  • Yi Gao (Wuhan University) “Wang Yangming’s Epistemology: The Heart Is the Reason (心即理)”

ISCP Panel at APA-Central Division Meeting February 23-26, 2022

G2B. International Society for Chinese Philosophy Topic: Skillfulness, Spontaneity, and Cultivation in Chinese Philosophy

Chair: Bongrae Seok (Alvernia University)

Speakers:

  • Emily Kluge (Fudan University) “Music as Experiential Moral Knowledge in Early Confucianism”
  • Lok Chui Choo (Nanyang Technological University) “On the Importance of Reflection to Mencian Selfcultivation”
  • Bongrae Seok (Alvernia University) “Moral Psychology of the Mencian Creature: How Is It Different from the Kantian, the Humean, and the Rawlsian Creatures?”
  • Stephen C. Walker (University of Chicago) “What Should I Do? What Shouldn’t I Do?—You’ll Simply Transform of Yourself!”

ISCP Panels at APA-Eastern Division Meeting January 5-8, 13-14, and 18-19, 2022

G20A. International Society for Chinese Philosophy (ISCP) Topic: Comparative Philosophies of Sublation, Divination, and YinYang

Chair: Joseph Harroff (American University)

Speakers:

  • Yves Vende (Loyola Marymount University) “François Noel and Cross-Cultural Virtue Ethics: The Philosophia Sinica and Yijing”
  • Mark Kevin Cabural (Xiamen University) “A Humanist Reading of Wang Chong’s Defense of Divination”

G21C. International Society for Chinese Philosophy (ISCP) Topic: Nature, Emotion, and Transformation of Self

Chair: Jea Sophia Oh (West Chester University)

Speakers:

  • Xiangnong Hu (The Chinese University of Hong Kong) “Yi (Optimal Appropriateness) and Li (Benefit) in the Mengzi: Against the Consequentialist Interpretation”
  • Bongrae Seok (Alvernia University) “Two Approaches to Emotions in Early Chinese Philosophy and Western Psychology”
  • Stephen Walker (University of Chicago) “The Huainanzi and the Rule of Law”
  • Wang Kai (Beijing Normal University) “Xunzi’s Notion of ‘Transformation-the-Self-withthe-Way’ (huadao 化道) and Its Self-cultivation Connotation”

ISCP Panels at APA-Pacific Division Meeting April 5-10, 2021

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)
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), “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), “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

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

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/

 

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.

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
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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

 

The 21st International Conference of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy (ISCP) was held at the University of Bern, Switzerland, from July 2nd to July 5th, 2019.   

“Reality, Argumentation, and Persuasion:
Metaphysical Explorations and Epistemological Engagements in Chinese Philosophy”

University of Berne, Institute of Philosophy, Switzerland

Host Organization Website

Chinese philosophy has since its pre-Imperial beginnings been concerned with knowledge – witness Zhuangzi’s argument with Hui Shi about knowing about the happiness of the fish. Furthermore, as this famous story makes clear, there is argument about what people know and what they do not know. And there are things known, in this story, the happiness of the fish, more usually, the character of rulers, the rites, how to act, right and wrong, history, cosmology, the unifying principle of the world, medicine, and mathematics. Yet these aspects of the Chinese tradition have hardly received the attention they deserve from philosophers—questions of what can be known, what the concept of knowledge is taken to be, what role it plays within various conceptual frameworks, as well as the sceptical challenges made to knowledge, beginning, once again, with the Zhuangzi. Scepticism makes room for persuasion, and for clarifying what makes a sound argument, as opposed to mere persuasion. But there are also systematic collections of knowledge (mathematical, medical, cosmological, scientific, for example) which are prominent in the tradition, and they have close connections with philosophy proper. We invite proposals for papers and panels to deepen our understanding of these issues, and carry Chinese philosophy forward into the new millennium.

Invited speakers:

Karine Chemla, SPHERE, CNRS & University Paris Diderot, France
Anne Cheng, Collège de France, France
Karyn Lai, School of Humanities & Languages, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Sir Geoffrey Lloyd, Scholar in Residence, Needham Research Institute, Cambridge, UK
Paul Unschuld,   Institute for Chinese Life Sciences, Charité-Medical University, Berlin, Germany
Yang Guorong, Department of Philosophy, East China Normal University, China
Jenny Zhao, Lloyd-Dan David Research Fellow, Needham Research Institute and Darwin College, Cambridge, UK

Venue:  Lerchenweg 36, 3000 Berne 12, Switzerland

www.philosophie.unibe.ch

Topics include the following:

Reality:

  • Yin-yang, Five elements, and Yijing (and other similar systems) as systems of classification
  • Chinese ontology (you/wu—being/nonbeing)
  • Chinese idea of the Ultimate Reality: Dao, Li, Taiji, the relation between One and Many
  • Chinese cosmology
  • Philosophical anthropology—Man’s relation to Heaven/Nature
  • Chinese Philosophy of Mind—nature, mind, emotion, desire.

Knowledge:

  • Theories of knowledge, perception and experience in Chinese philosophy
  • Epistemic reasoning and justification in Chinese philosophy
  • Theories of truth in Chinese philosophy
  • Concerns over scepticism
  • Knowledge and virtues
  • Knowledge, skills, and values
  • Moral knowledge
  • Early Encounters with Western Sciences: 16th-18th Centuries
  • Modernization and Westernization in the early 20th Century
  • Technology of the 21st Century: Chinese Philosophy and Artificial Intelligence

Argumentation and Persuasion:

  • Argument and knowledge
  • Analysis of particular arguments in philosophical texts from Pre-Qin to Contemporary
  • Persuasion and therapy
  • Persuasion and knowledge
  • Persuasion and power
  • Rhetoric – political, ethical, religious, legal, aesthetic
  • Of particular interest: Mohist Theories of argumentation, Theory of Names, Daoist methodology of debate, and specific argumentation in Buddhism

The 20th International Conference of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy (ISCP) was held at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore on 4 – 7 July 2017.

Conference Theme: Chinese Philosophy in a Multicultural World (click for website)

Conference Programme 會議議程

In the 21st century, cultures that originated on different continents are in close contact and people from various philosophical and religious traditions interact on multiple levels. How can Chinese philosophy position and present itself in this multicultural and intercultural world? How does a globalized world affect the study and development of Chinese philosophy? What does Chinese philosophy contribute to the making of a more harmonious and prosperous world? How can Chinese philosophy more effectively interact and communicate with other traditions? What can Chinese philosophy do to further renew and enrich its own traditions? This conference explores such questions, directly and indirectly, from a wide range of perspectives.

Under the general theme of “Chinese Philosophy in a Multicultural World,” the subthemes of this conference include, but are not limited to, the following:

1. Chinese philosophy as a cultural tradition
2. Contemporary challenges for Chinese philosophy
3. Continuing relevance of Chinese philosophical ideas
4. Buddhism and the contemporary world
5. Confucianism and the contemporary world
6. Daoism and the contemporary world
7. Chinese philosophy as a world philosophy
8. Chinese philosophy and philosophies of other cultures
9. Comparative approaches to Chinese philosophy
10. Pluralism and diversity in Chinese philosophy
11. The model of Confucian-Daoist complementarity
12. The harmony of the three teachings (Buddhism-Confucianism-Daoism)
13. Society and politics in Chinese philosophy
14. Multiculturalism in Singapore, East Asia, and Southeast Asia

Program is available at http://www.hss.ntu.edu.sg/programmes/philosophy/iscp/Pages/Home.aspx

Charles Wei-hsun Fu Foundation: ISCP Essay Contest in Asian Philosophy

The Charles Wei-hsun Fu Foundation and the International Society for Chinese Philosophy are pleased to announce the 2017 ISCP Essay Contest in Asian Philosophy.

A total of three prizes of $2,000 each are offered for the best essays in the area of Asian philosophy, including two awards for graduate students or junior faculty within five years of receipt of the 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. Funding up to $1000 also will be provided for the winners to travel to the 2017 biennial ISCP conference.

All awardees are required to attend the 2017 Singapore conference of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy conference to present their winning essays.

ELIGIBILITY

The contest is open to scholars at all levels, including independent scholars. However preference will be given to young scholars beginning their careers, such as graduate students or assistant professors within five years of graduation), and senior scholars who require funding to attend the conference.

SUBMISSIONS

All submissions should be sent to iscp2017@ntu.edu.sg, with “Fu Contest Essay” in the subject line. Decisions will be rendered by separate committees 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, 2017.

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 help 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 comparative analysis.

2.    COHERENCE a cogent, well-argued presentation.

3.    SCHOLARSHIP competence in dealing with philosophical texts and interpretations.

Please visit the Fu Foundation website to learn more about its programs: charleswei-hsunfufoundation.org

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傅偉勳基金會:國際中國哲學會的亞洲哲學的論文競賽

傅偉勳基金會與國際中國哲學會(ISCP)很高興宣佈2017年ISCP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亞洲哲學論文,第一項獎金頒給初級教員(取得博士學位後五年之內,中英文作者各一位),第二項獎金頒發給在讀研究生(中英文作者各一位),第三項獎金頒給資深學者(中英文皆可)。獎金得主尚可取得一千美元為限的旅費補助以參加兩年一度的國際中國哲學會會議。

所有獎金得主必須參加2017年在新加坡舉行的國際中國哲學會會議以發表他們的得獎論文。

參選資格

本競賽開放給所有學者,包括獨立學者,但優先考慮事業起步的年輕學者,如研究生或是助教授(取得博士學位後五年之內),以及需要補助以參加本次會議的資深學者。

論文提交

所有參賽論文請發送至iscp2017@ntu.edu.sg,在郵件標題上注明“Fu Contest Essay”。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詞;中文論文不超過7000字。截止日期是2017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,例如對比分析的深度。
  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:charleswei-hsunfufoundation.org

Organised by ISCP image Philosophy Programme
Nanyang Technological University

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