Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy is sponsored by the Association of Chinese Philosophers in America and the Department of Philosophy, the Chinese University of Hong Kong and supported by the Institute for the Advanced Studies of Humanities of the National Taiwan University. The Journal is dedicated to publishing quality articles and reviews of books in Chinese philosophy, particularly those relating Chinese philosophy to other philosophical traditions in the world, including but not limited to Western philosophy, Islamic philosophy, African philosophy, Indian philosophy, Japanese philosophy, and Korean philosophy, as well as articles on theories and methodologies of comparative philosophy. All articles are peer-reviewed.
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.
- 14 Volumes
- 44 Issues
- 549 Articles
- 9 Open Access
- 2001 - 2015 Available between
Li, Yancang 李延倉, The Deconstruction and Reconstruction of the Dao: From the Zhuangzi to G uo Xiang’s Commentary to C heng Xuanying’s Sub-commentary 道體的失落與重建: 從《莊子》、郭《註》到成《疏》
Joanna Guzowska (June 2015)
Neil Levy (June 2015)
The Ultimate Moral Arbiter, Received Tradition or Autonomous Reason? Some Questions Concerning Morality and Development in Confucian Ethics
Richard A. Shweder (June 2015)
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