Frontiers of Philosophy in China
Dedicated to introducing Chinese scholarship in the field of philosophy, Frontiers of Philosophy in China selects the best articles from the top Chinese university journals written by Chinese scholars. Covering a broad spectrum of periods and genres, and employing a range of methodological and theoretical approaches, this journal is aimed at university professors and students as well as general readers interested in Chinese culture. Rooted in the education of philosophy at Chinese universities, it demonstrates the most advanced achievements of academic research in this field.
The selected essays have two remarkable characteristics: one is to approach traditional Chinese schools of philosophy with modern methods; the other is to discuss Western or other Asian schools of philosophy from Chinese perspectives.
Published quarterly, this journal offers a platform for academic exchange between Chinese philosophers and their overseas counterparts.
6 Volumes 24 Issues 248 Articles available from 2006 - 2011Browse Volumes & Issues
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Peng Peng (December 2011)
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- Frontiers of Philosophy in China
- Volume 1 / 2006 - Volume 6 / 2011
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