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ISCP 21st International Conference on Chinese Philosophy
Tuesday 2nd July- Friday 5th July, 2019
Reality, Argumentation, and Persuasion:
Metaphysical Explorations and Epistemological Engagements in Chinese Philosophy

University of Berne, Institute of Philosophy, Switzerland

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In MemoriamDr. Vincent Shen 沈清松教授



Former President and Executive Director of the ISCP

ISCP 2019 Initial List of Papers

Below is the list of English/Chinese papers and panels that have been accepted for presentation at the ISCP 2019 Conference at the University of Berne in Switzerland. The list will be updated continuously as we receive corrections from participants. Note: This is not the final program yet.

Participants need to pay for conference registration fees (details below). They are also responsible for travel expenses, lodging and meals during the conference.


Payable on registration:

Registration Fees:

Regular US$200

Students (including young scholars) US$100

Members of ISCP US$150

Student Members of ISCP (including young scholars): US$50
(The registration fee includes drinks on the first evening, tea breaks and lunch on the four days of the conference. The closing dinner is not included.)


English papers: [In the order of the date of submission]

  1. Dawid Rogacz, Graduate Student, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland
    Title: Operating names. The Chinese Way of Defining Things.
  2. Rina Marie Camus, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
    Title: What did Bo Yu ‘roll up and hide’? Metaphoric comprehension and Analects 15.6.
  3. 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
  4. Ranie Villaver, Assistant Professor, University of San Carlos, Cebu City, Philippines
    Title: The Zhuangzi Primitivist Rejection of Knowledge.
  5. 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.
  6. Carlo Cogliati, King’s College London, Department of Philosophy
    Title: The Metaphysics and the Logic of ex nihiloand Dependent Origination: Aquinas and Fazang on Beings.
  7. Eugenia Werzner, Freie Universitaet Berlin, Institute of Chinese Studies
    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).
  8. Buqun Zhou 周博群, Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, University of Chicago
    Title: Mohist Optics and the Origin of Analogical Reasoning in China.
  9. LiuLiangjian, Professor of Philosophy, East China Normal University
    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.
  10. CHEN Yun, Professor of Philosophy, East China Normal University
    Title: Subjective Condition of Truth: On Zhuangzi’s Proposition “there are Sincere People and then Have True Knowledge”.
  11. Zhihua Yao, Associate Professor of Philosophy, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
    Title: Two Buddhist Arguments for Consciousness.
  12. Li Lizhu, Department of Philosophy, Peking University
    Title: A Study Comparing Zhu Xi’s with Zhang Shi’s TaijiConcepts.
  13. Wai Wai Chiu, Lingnan University, Hong Kong
    Title: Zhuangzi’s knowledge and its evaluation of qing.
  14. Matthew Steggles, PhD Student. The University of Sydney
    Title: Yan Yuan’s顏元Criticisms of Zhu Xi’s Moral Epistemology
  15. Yuhan Liang, PhD student in Philosophy Dept, University of Connecticut
    Title: What makes moral judgment right: Zhu Xi’s understanding of moral knowledge.
  16. Chung-ying Cheng, Professor of Philosophy, University of Hawaii at Manoa
    Title: On Primary Cosmology in Chinese Philosophy: To Be is To Become
  17. Lea Cantor, PhD student at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford
    Title: Why Human Subjectivity is a Bit Fishy.
  18. Tao Jiang, Professor, Religious Studies, Rutgers University
    Title: Contesting Ren in Classical Chinese Philosophy
  19. Yao-Cheng Chang, PhD student, University of Leuven
    Title: Ears and Eyes: The Mohist Arguments in Chinese Tradition
  20. Margaret Goralski& Krystyna Gorniak-Kocikowska, Quinnipiac University & Southern Connecticut State University
    Title: Happiness of the Fish in the Era of Artificial Intelligence
  21. Jinli He, Trinity University
    Title: The Issue of Modernization and Westernization in Chinese Philosophy: Case Study of the Early 20th Century
  22. WANG Kai-li, The Department of Philosophy, Xiamen University
    Title: Moral Knowing, Moral Practice and Self-Deception: An Analysis of Zhu Xi’s Conception of Self-Deception
  23. Chew Sihao, PhD student, Oxford University
    Title: Song Neo-Confucian metaphysical account on the 理一分殊liyifenshu: 2 Types of One-many Account.
  24. Robert Carleo, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
    Title: The Metaphysics of Confucian Morals: A Contemporary Debate
  25. Mercedes Valmisa, Gettysburg College, Philosophy Department
    Title: The Non-Subjective Agency of Fate (ming 命): Can Objects be Agents?
  26. Christian Helmut Wenzel, Department of Philosophy, National Taiwan University
    Title: Two Concepts of Knowledge in Zhuangzi and the Happy Fish.
  27. Tak-Lap Yeung, Freie Universität Berlin
    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.
  28. Marcus Düwell, University of Utrecht, Netherlands
    Title: Philosophical Anthropology as a Framework for Comparative Philosophy?
  29. Yumi SUZUKI, The University of Hong Kong / (East China Normal University)
    Title: Is Mengzi’s bian 辯Philosophy or Rhetorical Persuasion? – Undermining an Argument through Its Own Reasoning.
  30. Dascha Düring, Ethics Institute, University of Utrecht
    Title: The Epistemic Import of the Aesthetic in Chinese Philosophy.
  31. Yinya Liu, Lecturer, Chinese Studies, Maynooth University, Ireland
    Title: The Insight of “Knowledge Problem” in Zhuangzi’s Epistemology and its Significance for Artificial Intelligence.
  32. Rafal Felbur, Religious Studies, Stanford University
    Title: Identity or Intimacy? On the Term ji即in the Zhaolun 肇論.
  33. Laura Catharina Han, Department for History and Cultural Studies, Free University Berlin
    Title: Escaping Confucian Ethics or Why doing away with knowledge does not equal not knowing: Zuowang, Xinzhai, Wuzhi and Wuwei in the Zhuangzi.
  34. Wu Yun, Philosophy Department, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
    Title: Yan (言) and Yi (义)—An Analysis of the Mohist Theory of Correcting Names.
  35. Suparjono Rusly, Philosophy Department at the School of Humanities and Social Sciences of Nanyang Technological University
    Title: Putting Yogācāra Buddhist philosophy back into its Representationalist reading.
  36. CHEN I-Hsin, Assistant Professor Department of Translation, The Chinese University of 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理.
  37. Tsung-Hsing Ho, Department of Philosophy, National Chung Cheng University (Taiwan)
    Title: A Game-Theoretic Defense of Confucianism.
  38. 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”.
  39. Diego Castro Amenábar & Yu Shiyang, Ph.D. Student, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Groningen, The Netherlands & Ph.D. Student, Department of Philosophy, Sun Yat-Sen University, China
    Title: Guiguzi’s indirect persuasion as a solution to deep disagreements.
  40. Andrei Gomouline, The Louis Frieberg Center for East Asian Studies (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
    Title: Laozi and the Development of Cosmogonic Argument in Early China.
  41. Philippe Brunozzi, Philosophy department, University of Kassel
    Title: The Aim of Moral Theorizing in Confucianism.
  42. Polina Lukicheva, University of Zürich
    Title: A World without Space for Being and Nonbeing.
  43. I Xuan Chong, University of St. Andrews
    Title: Skepticism in the Zhuangzi and “Life-form”.
  44. Jingjing Li, School of Religious Studies, McGill University
    Title: Through the Mirror: The Account of Other Minds in Chinese Yogācāra Buddhism.
  45. Paul Turner, DePaul University
    Title: The Argumentative Structure of Perspective in the “ Qiwulun 齊物論”.
  46. Jinmei Yuan, Creighton University
    Title: On An Alternative Logic of Knowing (知Zhi) Possible Worlds in Zhuang Zi: Reading The Inner Chapters from A Perspective of the Concept of Sets.
  47. Massimiliano Lacertosa, SOAS University of London
    Title: The Aesthetic Knowledge of the Zhuangzi.
  48. Robert Elliott Allinson, Professor of Philosophy, Chinese and Comparative Philosophy and Ethics, Soka University of America
    Title: To Know or Not to Know: Non-Skeptical and Skeptical Vantage Points in the Zhuangzi.
  49. Weimin Sun, Department of Philosophy, California State University Northridge
    Title: The Nature of Chinese Logic—Inference of Kind
  50. Zemian Zheng, School of Philosophy, Wuhan University
    Title: Space-metaphor and Perspective-taking in Zhuangzi’s Notion of Truth.
  51. Lincoln Rathnam, Duke Kunshan University
    Title: Classical Confucianism and The Limits of Persuasion.
  52. Verena Xiwen Zhang, Department of Philosophy, Tunghai University
    Title: On Zhuangzi’s Perspectives on Life and Death: Through Zhuangzi’s Epistemology to his Life of Philosophy.
  53. Haiming Wen, School of Philosophy, Renmin University of China
    Title: Interpreting the Confucian “Rectifying Names”: A New Perspective.
  54. Kai Shmushko, Tel Aviv University
    Title: Exploration of the Epistemological Toolbox in the Buzhenkonglun《不真空論》
  55. Bongrae Seok, Alvernia University
    Title: Confucian Moral Psychology and Neuroscience of Embodied Empathy.
  56. YU Zhenhua, Department of Philosophy, East China Normal University
    Title: Knowing to or Moral Knowing How?A Critical Examination of Prof. Huang Yong’s Interpretation of Yang Yangming’s Conception of Liangzhi.
  57. Jakub Zamorski, Jagiellonian University
    Title: How to believe in the Pure Land: The criteria of “correct belief” according to early modern Chinese Buddhists.
  58. Chaehyun Chong (Sogang University, South Korea),
    Title: Mohist Bian(辯classifying) and the Generic Use of Nouns.
  59. PARK So Jeong (Sungkyunkwan University).
    Title: The Use of “Er 而” to Bridge Two Opposite Ideas in Classical Chinese Thought.
  60. Anders Sydskjør, University of Bern
    Title: The Contribution of Knowledge in the Xunzi ‘Undoing Blindness’.
  61. Margus Ott, Estonian Institute of Humanities, Tallinn University
    Title: Im- and Explicating Energy: Neo-Confucian School of Qi.
  62. Iso Kern,
    Title: Wang Yangming, Luo Qinshun und Ouyang De. Controversies about the bases of ethical action.
  63. Ai YUAN, PhD student, University of Oxford
    Title: Argumentative and Persuasive Power of Silence.
  64. Chris Kang, Singapore Institute of Technology
    Title: The moon is always bright: Chinese philosophy illuminates an emancipatory epistemological pedagogy for countering techno-disruptive futures
  65. Albert Galvany, University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU
    Title: The Art of Philosophical Dialogue: Language, Fiction and Reality in the Zhuangzi
  66. Qingjie James Wang, Department of Philosophy, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
    Title: Moral Dilemma, Justice and the Confucius’s “Kin Concealment of Offences”
  67. Wusi Tseng, School of Philosophy, Chinese Culture University, Taiwan
    Title: On the logic of Nagarjuna’s Midway
  68. Fang-Ru Kuo, Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica & Center for General Education, Chung Yuan Christian University
    Title: The Dual Aspect of Tian: A Problem of Interpretation.
  69. Xianxia Shao, Department of Philosophy, Nanjing Normal University
    Title: Mohists’ Arguments for Their Cosmopolitanism.
  70. Rafal Banka, Centre for Comparative Studies of Civilisations, Faculty of Philosophy, Jagiellonian University
    Title: The Aesthetic Aspect of Confucian Practice in Li Zehou’s Psychological Construction.
  71. Meng Zhang, Department of Religious Studies, Indiana University Bloomington
    Title: Mengzi’s Ethical Naturalist Constructivism and Its Ambiguity.
  72. Wan-hsian Chi, National Chi Nan University, Taiwan
    Title: Wang Yangning’s Metaphysics of Mind and Neo-Confucian Dialogues on Becoming a Sage: A Philosophical Hermeneutic Study.
  73. Yuet Keung Lo, National University of Singapore
    Title: From the Lion’s Roar to Heavenly Piping: Sound in Chinese Buddhism.
  74. Sun Qingjuan, Nanyang Technological University
    Title: The Exhaustive Rule: The Inner-heart and the Outer-heart Principles.
  75. Sharon Y. Small, Department of Philosophy, East China Normal University
    Title: The framework of Wu: From “Non-existence” to “non-action” and the “nameless” to “no-self”.
  76. Siufu TANG, The University of Hong Kong
    Title: Xunzi’s Confucian Constructivism: An Initial Sketch.
  77. Jorg Schumacher, Retired from  the University of Geneva
    Title: Defining a space of innocence—About the philosophical meaning of the wordfang
  78. Yong Li, Assistant Dean, School of Philosophy, Wuhan University
    Title: Moral Ambivalence, Moral Relativism and Moral Knowledge.
  79. Anton Heinrich L. Rennesland, Graduate Student, University of Santo Tomas, Manila, Philippines
    Title: Zhuangzi’s Dream Argument as Hypothesis: Perspective, existence, freedom.
  80. Ivana Buljan, University of Zagreb, Croatia
    Title: Counterfactual Reasoning in Early Chinese Philosophy.
  81. Harold W. Baillie, The University of Scranton
    Title: Zhuangzi: Plato’s Mature Philosopher.
  82. James D. Sellmann, The University of Guam
    Title: Rebuttal by Non-Rebuttal: The Zhuangzi as a Commentary on Kongzi Not knowing Complete Virtue.
  83. Yves Vende, Centre Sèvres (Paris), Philosophy department
    Title: Zhu Xi’s General and Particular Reading Method.
  84. 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.
  85. Jean-Yves Heurtebise, FuJen Catholic University (Taiwan) & Associate Researcher, CEFC 法國現代中國研究中心(Hong-Kong)
    Title: Deconstructing the assumptions of the Chinese term西藥. Comparative Perspectives on European/Chinese & Traditional/Modern Medicine.
  86. Philippe Major, Fellow, University of Basel
    Title: Philosophical Textuality between Heaven and Earth: Reading Tang Junyi.
  87. Jing Hu, Philosophy Department, Concordia University
    Title: Shameless Bullies and Shameless Heroes—a Discussion of Shame’s Communal Moral Value.
  88. Kai Wang, School of philosophy, Beijing Normal University
    Title: Xuncian Concept of daoxin 道心.
  89. Liang Cai, Department of History, University of Notre Dame
    Title: Technical Merit, Moral Virtue and Bureaucratic Hierarchy.
  90. Alexa Nord-Bronzyk, Nanyang Technological University
    Title: Guo Xiang on Fasting of the Xin: A Focus on Translation Comparison
  91. JianMing ZHOU, Yu LI, Université de Picardie Jules Verne
    Title: « White Horse vs Horse » and « P vs NP » – Modern Interpretation of Chinese Traditional Logic
  92. Shuhong Zheng, Department of Philosophy at Sun Yat-sen University
    Title: The Making of Neo-Confucianism: Commentaries, Concepts and Questions.
  93. Yinghua Lu, Si-Mian Institute for Advanced Studies in Humanities, East China Normal University
    Title: How Does the Substance as Genuineness (誠) Act? ——A Clarification of the Phenomenon of Genuineness Based on Zhong Yong 
  94. Sandra A. Wawrytko, Director, Center for Asian & Pacific Studies. Professor, Department of Philosophy; San Diego State University
    Title: Critical Thinking in Buddhist Philosophy: Provoking an Attentional Shift Through Cognitive Dissonance
  95. Tze-ki Hon, Department of Chinese and History, City University of Hong Kong|
    Title: Coping with Contingency and Uncertainty: The Yijing Hexagrams on Decay and Discordance


Proposed Panels:

  1. Panel 1:
    Modernization and Westernization in the 20th Century and Beyond:
    Modern New Confucianism and the Evolvement of Scientific and Moral Knowledge

    • Eric Nelson (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology):
      Title: Conflicting Modernities: Zhang Junmai and the Debate over Life and Science
    • Téa Sernelj (University of Ljubljana):
      Title: Xu Fuguan’s Interpretation of the Concept Qinyun shengdong: A Fusion of Ethics and Aesthetics?
    • Ady van den Stock (Ghent University):
      Title: The Temptation of Metaphysics: Mou Zongsan’s Deductions of the Absolute in the Critique of the Cognitive Mind

    Panel 2: Modernization and Westernization in the 20th Century and Beyond:
    Modern New Confucianism and the Evolvement of Scientific and Moral Knowledge

    • Bart Dessein (Ghent University):
      Title: ‘Confucianism for the Nation’ and ‘Confucianism for the People’: The Heritage of Wang Yangming in Mou Zongsan, and Beyond
    • Ouyang Xiao (University of Cork):
      Title: Contemporary Confucianism and Metaphysical Aesthetics:  an Aesthetic Investigation of Chen Lai’s Ren-ism
    • Jana S. Rošker (University of Ljubljana):
      Title: Confucian Revivals in Taiwan and mainland China: Chen Lai’s and Li Zehou’s upgrading of Mou Zongsan’s metaphysics of morality

    Panel 3:
    Passion for comparative Philosophy—In Memory of Walter Benesch

    • Roger Ames (Peking University) 
      Title: The Comparative Philosophy Movement and Fairbanks’s SocratesWalter Benesch
    • Oleg Benesch (York University)
      Title: Philosophizing the Martial Arts in China, Japan, and the West
    • Chenyang Li (Nanyang Technological University)
      Title: Walter Benesch: An Authentic Comparative Philosopher in the Comparative Age

    Panel 4: “Knowledge and Virtue in Early Chinese Philosophy”
    Panel Chair/Moderator:
    Xinzhong Yao, Renmin University, Beijing

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

    Panel 5:
    Deepening the Daoist-Stoic Comparative Project

    • 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天地境界,and Hans-George Möller’s (A-Moral) Moral Fool (yúshèng愚聖)
    • David Machek, University of Bern, Institute of Philosophy
      Title: Stoics and Daoists on Doing Things Well
    • Kathryn Muyskens, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, School of Humanities, NTU Philosophy Group
      Title: Self-Cultivation Towards the Ideal Self in Seneca and the Huainanzi


    • David Chai, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Department of Philosophy

    Panel 6:
    Chinese Philosophy of Mind—Nature, Mind, emotion, Desire

    • Xinzhong Yao (School of Philosophy, Renmin University of Cina)
      Title: The Embodied Mind and the Embodied Knowing_xin and zhi in the book of Mencius
    • Dennis Schilling (School of Philosophy, Renmin University of China)
      Title: Life and Consciousness in Early Chinese Mahāyāna Buddhism
    • Jifen Li (School of Philosophy, Renmin University of China)
      Title: The Transcoding of Motherly Love to Elder Brotherly Love in the Xunzi

    Panel 7:
    Nomina sunt omina: New Perspectives on Naming and the Theory of Zhèngmíng 正名 (“rectification of names”) in Classical Chinese Philosophy

    • Gian Carlo Danuser (University of Zurich)
      Title: Time and significance in Early Chinese Texts
    • Kateřina Gajdošová (Charles University, Prague)
      Title: Names and the Nameless: Ontological Role of Names from the Perspective of the Excavated Cosmologies
    • Lisa Indraccolo (University of Zurich)
      Title: Getting real – Names and Actualities in the Gōngsūn Lóngzǐ 公孫龍子and Other Logicians’ Writings
    • Zhenxu Xu (University of Basel)
      Title: Rectification of Names vs. Nullification of Names: Xúnzǐ 荀子 and Zhuāngzǐ 莊子 as Two Responses to the School of Names

    Rafael Suter (University of Zurich)

    Panel 8:
    Knowledge Organization in Pre-Modern China

    • Hur-li Lee, Associate Professor, School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
    • Stefano Gandolfo, Doctoral (DPhil) Candidate, Oriental Studies (Chinese Philosophy), University of Oxford

    Panel 9:
    Power Rhetoric and The Rhetoric of Power of the Hánfēizǐ 韓非子

    • Federico Brusadelli (Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg)
      Title: The Will and the Centre: Understanding Yào要in the Hán Fēizǐ 韓非子
    • Lisa Indraccolo (University of Zurich)
      Title: Tough Talk – Power relations, political rhetoric and cunning speech in the Hán Fēizǐ 韓非子”
    • Yuri Pines (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
      Title: Worth vs. Power: Hán Fēi’s ‘Critique of Positional Power’ Revisited
    • Romain Graziani (Ecole Normale Supériore de Lyon /University of Geneva)
      Title: Medicine and Politics – Reflections on the rhetoric of health and disease in the Hán Fēizǐ 韓非子
    • Chair/Discussant:
      Wolfgang Behr (University of Zurich)

    Panel 10:
    The Art of writing New Confucianism in the Twentieth Century: Textuality and Institutions

    • Rafael Suter (Zürich University)
      Title: Arbitrariness of Form and Content? Modes of Linguistic Expression in Xiong Shili’s Contemporary Confucianism
    • Joseph Ciaudo (Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes)
      Title: Writing Confucian philosophy for a Western audience: Some remarks on the multiples histories of Confucian philosophy written by Zhang Junmai
    • Philippe Major (University of Basel)
      Title: Philosophical Textuality between Heaven and Earth: Reading Tang Junyi
    • 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


    • Thomas Fröhlich (Hamburg University)

    Panel 11:
    Guo Xiang and Wang Bi on Nothingness, Contentedness and Knowledge

    • Benjamin Coles (寇哲明), School of Philosophy, Renmin University of China, Beijing
      Title: Between Fish and Sage: On Knowledge and Contentment in Guo Xiang and Spinoza
    • Kai Marchal (馬愷之), Department of Philosophy, National Chengchi University, Taipei
      Title: Once again on Nothingness in Wang Bi (226-249)
    • Dennis Schilling (謝林德), School of Philosophy, Renmin University of China, Beijing
      Title: ‘Non-Consciousness’(wú xīn,無心) or the IncongruityBetween Existence and Knowledgein the Philosophy of Guō Xiàng
    • 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
    • Yuxiao Wang (王雨萧), School of Philosophy, Renmin University of China, Beijin
      Title: Changes of Xiāoyáo— ‘Wandering at Ease’ in the Philosophy of Guō Xiàng


    • Thomas Michael, School of Philosophy, Beijing Normal University

    Panel 12: Persuasion in Politics:
    On the Role of the Advisor in Pre-Imperial and Late Imperial China

    • Kai Vogelsang (Hamburg University)
      Title: The Smart, the Stupid, and the Enlightened: On the Origins of Political Consultation in Ancient China
    • Ralph Weber (University of Basel)
      Title: Huang Zongxi’s Critique of Fellow Confucians as Failed Advisors
    • Thomas Fröhlich (Hamburg University)
      Title: Huang Zongxi on the Relation between Authoritative Advice and Ruling Power
    • Stefan Christ (Hamburg University)
      Title: The Huangchao jingshi wenbian as a Work of Political Advice

    Panel 13:
    Metaphysical Explorations of Reality in Post-Han Daoism

    • David Chai (Chinese University of Hong Kong, Department of Philosophy)
      Title: Metaphysical Ecology in the Huanglao Boshu
    • Thomas Michael (School of Philosophy, Beijing Normal University)
      Title: Heshang Gong
    • James Miller (Duke Kunshan University)
      Title: Nature and Pervasion (tong通) in Highest Clarity Daoism

    Panel 14:
    Evidential Frameworks and Patterns in Diagnostic, Divinatory, and Introspective Techniques

    • Leslie de Vries, Dept of Religious Studies University of Kent
      Title: Introspective Techniques, Clinical Evidence and Changing Perceptions on Cosmology in Late Ming China
    • Wang Xing, Fudan University, Shanghai
      Title: Understanding Disorders (bing ) in a Ming Physiognomic Context
    • Rodo Pfister, Research Institute on the History of Afroeurasian Life Sciences, Basel
      Title: Introducing the Inner Worlds of Chen Pu: Language and Philosophy of Mind in «Mr Chen’s Instructions on the Inner Cinnabar»
    • Elisabeth Hsu, School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography, University of Oxford
      Title: Suo yi zhi “the means whereby I recognised”: What counts as evidence for diagnosing different disorders (bing) in Han China?
    • Catherine  Despeux, INALCO, Paris
      Title: Correlation or Causality: Epistemological Reasoning about the Disease and its Origins in a 7th century Nosological Treatise, the Zhubing yuanhou lun

Chinese Papers: 【中文論文。依照登錄提交大綱日期排列】 

  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. 肖雄 湖北大学哲学学院
  3. 陳起行 台灣國立政治大學法學院
  4. 吕锡琛 中南大学公共管理学院教授
  5. 郑朝晖 广西大学哲学系
  6. 王开元 河北大学哲学系
  7. 张斯珉 西安电子科技大学人文学院哲学系
  8. 丁威仁 台灣清華大學華文文學研究所
  9. 张志强 内蒙古大学哲学学院
  10. 郑济洲 (中共福建省委党校),黎红雷(中山大学)
  11. 张新国 南昌大学哲学系
  12. 杨少涵 华侨大学国际儒学研究院
  13. 劉保禧 台灣東吳大學哲學系
  14. 袁新国 浙江省社会科学院
  15. 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
  16. 张锦枝 上海社会科学院哲学研究所
  17. 张俊 湖南大学岳麓书院教授
  18. 吳忠偉 蘇州大學哲學系
  19. 李明书 华中科技大学哲学系
  20. 潘小慧 輔仁大學哲學系
  21. 张慕良 吉林大学哲学社会学院
  22. 王博 空军军医大学基础医学院
  23. 李翚 南京理工大学设计艺术与传媒学院
  24. 杨本华 南京大学哲学系
  25. 郭沂 韩国首尔国立大学哲学系
  26. 王振钰 华东师范大学哲学系
  27. 刘增光 中国人民大学哲学院
  28. 于文博 北京化工大学
  29. 郭齐勇 武汉大学哲学学院
  30. 孟领 北京石油化工学院
  31. 陈少明 中山大学哲学系
  32. 徐亚豪 北京大学哲学系
  33. 朱承 上海大学哲学系
  34. 姚才剛 湖北大學哲學學院
  35. 任蜜林 中国社会科学院哲学研究所
  36. 陈苏珍 福建师范大学马克思主义学院
  37. 陈立胜 中山大学哲学系
  38. 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
  39. 龚建平 西安交通大学人文社会科学学院
  40. 曹政 浙江大学人文学院
  41. 郭清香 中国人民大学哲学院教
  42. 黄宁园 武汉大学哲学学院
  43. 方朝晖 清华大学人文院历史系
  44. 殷慧 湖南大学哲学系
  45. 陈乔见 华东师范大学哲学系
  46. 杨泽 内蒙古大学哲学学院
  47. 尤煌傑 輔仁大學哲學系
  48. 席玥桐 中国人民大学哲学学院
  49. 冯达文 中山大学哲学系
  50. 吴根友 武汉大学哲学学院
  51. 陈仁仁 湖南大学岳麓书院
  52. 向净卿 中国人民大学国学院
  53. 苏晓冰 西安电子科技大学
  54. 陈志雄 中国人民大学哲学院
  55. 宋霞 中国人民大学哲学院
  56. 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
  57. 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
  58. 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
  59. 刘楚昕 武汉大学哲学学院
  60. 雷静 华南农业大学哲学系
  61. 解启扬 中国政法大学
  62. 陳志強 國立臺灣大學哲學系
  63. 何新宇 贵州大学哲学与社会发展学院
  64. 賴柯助 國立中正大學中國文學系
  65. 王博 中国人民大学哲学院
  66. 梁奮程 台灣中央研究院中國文哲研究所
  67. 李维武 武汉大学哲学学院
  68. 李刚 遵义医学院人文医学研究中心
  69. 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
  70. 何萍 武汉大学哲学学院
  71. 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
  72. 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
  73. 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
  74. 丁为祥 陕西师范大学哲学系
  75. 曹剑波 厦门大学哲学系
  76. 荆雨 东北师范大学哲学学院
  77. 王晨光 西安電子科技大學
    题目:当代新儒家关于形上学论证的方法分歧 —徐復觀與學界的雙重論戰
  78. 劉錦源 臺北馬偕醫護管理專科學校通識教育中心
  79. 乐旭顺 武汉大学 哲学学院
  80. 廖璨璨 武汉大学 哲学学院
  81. 陳志杰 台湾中央大學哲研所
  82. 鍾振宇 台灣中央研究院中國文哲研究所
  83. 谭延庚 山东师范大学
  84. 陈之斌 湖南大学岳麓书院
  85. 李政勋 武汉大学哲学学院
  86. 王奇琦 厦门大学马克思主义学院
  87. 李雨鍾 台灣國立政治大學中文系
  88. 汪伟 北京大学哲学系
  89. 高毅 武汉大学哲学学院
  90. 贾桠钊 北京体育大学马克思主义学院
  91. 张佳 东南大学人文学院
  92. 杨柳岸 湖南大学岳麓书院哲学系
  93. 陈绘宇 台灣中央大學
  94. 竇逸凡 國立臺灣大學哲學系
  95. 向世陵 人民大学哲学院
  96. 周詠盛 臺灣大學哲學所
  97. 鄒嘯宇 湖南師範大學公共管理學院哲學系
  98. 徐波 复旦大学哲学学院
  99. 郑博思 中国社科院研究生院
  100. 李秋红 中国人民大学哲学院
  101. 沈庭 武汉大学国学院
  102. 赵中国 北京中医药大学马克思主义学院
  103. 张焱 北京师范大学哲学学院
  104. 文碧芳 武漢大學哲學學院
  105. 蔡妙坤 台灣大學
  106. 胡建萍 新加坡南洋理工大学哲学系
  107. 許家瑜 北京大學哲學系
  108. 傅晓微 四川外国语大学
  109. 金生亮 中山大学哲学系
  110. 邹海燕 内蒙古大学哲学学院
  111. 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
  112. 葉人豪 清華大學中國文學系
  113. 毕梦曦 北京大学哲学系
  114. 鄭宗義 香港中文大學哲學系
  115. 李兰芬  广州中山大学哲学系教授
  1. Proposed Chinese Panels: 【中文專題討論提案】

    Panel 1:


        • 白奚 (首都师范大学哲学系教授)
        • 曹峰 (中国人民大学哲学院教授)
        • 李若晖 (厦门大学哲学学院教授)
        • 李巍 (中山大学哲学系副教授)

    Panel 2:

        • 孟庆楠 (北京大学哲学系副教授)
        • 王威威 (华北电力大学国学研究中心教授)
        • 王中江 (北京大学哲学系教授)
        • 叶树勋 (南开大学哲学院副教授)

    Panel 3:

        • 林啟屏 (臺灣國立政治大學中文系特聘教授)
        • 郭梨華 (臺灣輔仁大學哲學系教授)
        • 袁青 (上海師範大學哲學系副教授)

    Panel 4:

        • 杨浩 北京大学哲学系助理教授
        • 汤元宋 中国人民大学国学院助理教授
        • 刘莹 北京大学博士生
        • 张丽丽 新加坡南洋理工大学博士生

    Panel 5:

        • 李賢中 臺灣大學哲學系教授
        • Jana S. Rošker, Professor, University of Ljubljana, Department of Asian Studies
          题目:Modern Confucian Epistemology: From Intuition to Reason – And Back
        • 林明照 臺灣大學哲學系教授
        • 吳惠齡 輔仁大學哲學系專案助理教授

     Panel 6:

        • 方勇 华东师范大学先秦诸子学研究中心
        • 刘思禾 东北师范大学古籍所
        • 方达 华东师范大学先秦诸子研究中心

     Panel 7:

        • 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
        • 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
        • 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

    汤浅邦弘教授  (大阪大学)

     Panel 8:


        • 王皓 枣庄学院助理教授
        • 李瑛 西华师范大学政治与行政学院助理教授
        • 刘莹 北京大学哲学系、东京大学人文系联合培养博士
        • 释法幢(谢謦后) 佛光大学佛教研究中心博士后研究员

     Panel 9:

        • 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
        • 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
        • 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
        • 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
        • 陈琼霞 辅仁大学哲学博士,中山大学哲学系副研究员

     Panel 10:

        • 李浦群 加拿大昆特兰理工大学
          题目:The Limits of Rational Argumentation and the Importance of Persuasion–From the Perspectives of Wittgenstein and Confucius
        • 张耀南 北京航空航天大学
        • 杨武金 中国人民大学
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