Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy relates Chinese philosophy to other traditions, covering all subfields of philosophy. Uniquely, Dao looks beyond comparison of Chinese and Western philosophy. It also publishes articles on the relation between Chinese philosophy and other Asian philosophies – such as Indian, Japanese, and Korean philosophy – and between Chinese philosophy and African and Islamic philosophy. The international and multicultural perspective of this journal is also reflected in the many nationalities of its board members and contributors. In addition to high-quality research articles on comparative philosophy, theory and methodology, Dao publishes book reviews in the area of Chinese and comparative philosophy. This is the only journal that regularly publishes reviews of books in Chinese, as well as full-length articles reviewing works of contemporary philosophers in China.
13 Volumes 39 Issues 486 Articles available from 2001 - 2014Browse Volumes & Issues
Ralph Weber (April 2014)
Jiang, Qing, A Confucian Constitutional Order: How China’s Ancient Past Can Shape Its Political Future. Tran. by Edmund Ryden, edited by Daniel A. Bell and Ruiping Fan
Ellen Y. Zhang (April 2014)
Zhang, Xianglong 張祥龍, Rejecting the Qin, Revitalizing the Han, and Responding to Buddhism: Confucianism from D ong Zhongshu to L u Xiangshan 拒秦興漢和應對佛學的儒家哲學:從董仲舒到陸象山
Jinli He (April 2014)
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