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New Life for Old Ideas:Chinese Philosophy in the Contemporary World

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9789882370524
Yanming An,Brian Bruya
香港中文大學
2019年9月06日
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ISBN:9789882370524
  • 規格:精裝 / 432頁 / 15 x 23 x 6.05 cm / 普通級 / 單色印刷 / 初版
  • 出版地:香港


  • 人文史地 > 哲學 > 中國哲學 > 概論











      Over five decades, Donald J. Munro has been one of the most important voices in sinological philosophy. Among other accomplishments, his seminal book The Concept of Man in Early China influenced a generation of scholars. His rapprochement with contemporary cognitive and evolutionary science helped bolster the insights of Chinese philosophers and set the standard for similar explorations today.



      In this festschrift volume, students of Munro and scholars influenced by him celebrate Munro’s body of work in articles that extend his legacy, exploring their topics as varied as the ethics of Zhuangzi’s autotelicity, the teleology of nature in Zhu Xi, and family love in Confucianism and Christianity. They also reflect on Munro’s mentorship and his direct intellectual influence. Through their breadth, analytical excellence, and philosophical insight, the articles in this volume exemplify the spirit of intellectual inquiry that marked Donald Munro’s career as scholar and teacher.



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      “Munro was unstinting with his praise and encouragement of all my forays into maverick topics and along almost heretical lines of thought about Chinese philosophy. His hallmark as a teacher was the absence of an official ideology and an open and welcoming tolerance to differences of opinion.”─Chad Hansen, Department of Philosophy, The University of Hong Kong



      “Munro was more than an intellectual mentor. He has been an unfailing source of wisdom, inspiration, and support.”─Robert Eno, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, Indiana University

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    1. Introduction: Donald Munro─Scholar, Mentor, Friend 1

    Chad Hansen and Robert Eno

    2. My “Investigation of Things” 13

    Donald Munro

    3. Neo-Confucianism As Philosophy 43

    Stephen C. Angle

    4. Why Does Confucianism Prefer Compassion to Empathy? 71

    Sin Yee Chan

    5. The Quest for Uncertainty: 105

    Ethics and Autotelic Action in the Zhuangzi

    Robert Eno

    6. Ethical Naturalism: Three Lessons from Donald Munro 139

    Chad Hansen

    7. The Goodness in Human Nature: 183

    New Perspectives on Mencian Theory

    Xiaogan Liu

    8. It’s a Jungle Out There: 225

    Zhuangzi and the Rhetoric of Political Persuasion

    Yuet Keung Lo

    9. Left and Right, East and West: Are “Conservative” and 253

    “Liberal” Universal Human Categories?

    David Moser

    10. What Does a Chinese Master Know? 275

    Toward a Gongfu Epistemology

    Peimin Ni

    11. Image, Clustering, and Interality: Probing Alternative Ways 317

    of Understanding Chinese Philosophy

    Geling Shang

    12. Zhu Xi on the Consciousness and Unconsciousness 345

    of the Mind of Heaven and Earth:

    Cross-Cultural Considerations of Ontological Theism

    and Atheism in Honor of the Work of Donald Munro

    Brook Ziporyn

    13. Family Love and Its Extension: A Comparative Evaluation 367

    Yanming An

    Contributors 393

    Biography of Donald Munro 401

    Index 407



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