Frontiers of Philosophy in China Volume 12·Number 1·March 2017 CONTENTS Special Theme Dennis Schilling / Introduction to the Special Theme “Daoist Philosophy and Philosophical Daoism: Conceptual Distinctions” 1 Thomas Michael, CHEN Yazhou / Approaching Laozi: Comparing a Syncretic Reading to a Synthetic One 10 Alan Fox / A Process Interpretation of Daoist Thought 26 David Chai / Ji Kang on Nourishing Life 38 CHENG Lesong / The Symbolism of the Body in Daoism 54 Research Articles JeeLoo Liu / The B-Theory of Time and the Notion of Change in the Yijing 72 LIU Jing / Growth, Experience and Nature in Dewey’s Philosophy and Chinese Philosophy 90 CHEN Yajun / Between Darwin and Hegel: On Dewey’s Concept of Experience 104 Timothy O’Leary / Critique, Ethics, and the Apparatus of Experience: A Foucauldian Framework 120 ZHANG Junguo / A Critical Examination of Anselm’s Ontological Argument 137 ZHANG Weite / Descartes’ Metaphysical Doubts about Clear and Distinct Perception 151 Book Reviews ZHOU Yiqun, Festivals, Feasts, and Gender Relations in Ancient China and Greece (reviewed by Ileana F. Szymanski) 182 Steve Coutinho, An Introduction to Daoist Philosophies (reviewed by Ronnie Littlejohn) 188 Frontiers of Philosophy in China Editors-in-Chief YUAN Guiren Beijing
Frontiers of Philosophy in China – Brill
Published: May 3, 2017
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