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The Bloomsbury Research Handbook of Chinese Philosophy Methodologies

Editor: 
Sor-hoon Tan

Publisher: 
Bloomsbury Academic

Publication Date:
August 2016



Abstract:

The Bloomsbury Research Handbook of Chinese Philosophy Methodologies presents a new understanding of the changing methods used to study Chinese philosophy. By identifying the various different approaches and discussing the role, and significance of philosophical methods in the Chinese tradition, this collection identifies difficulties and exciting developments for scholars of Asian philosophy.

Divided into four parts, the nature of Chinese philosophical thought is illuminated by discussing historical developments, current concerns and methodological challenges. Surveying recent methodological trends, this research companion explores and evaluates the methodologies that have been applied to Chinese philosophy. From these diverse angles, an international team of experts reflect on the considerations that enter their methodological choices and indicate new research directions. The Bloomsbury Research Handbook of Chinese Philosophy Methodologies is an important contribution to the education of the next generation of Chinese philosophers.




Table of Contents:

Introduction: Why Methodology Matters in Chinese Philosophy, Sor-hoon Tan

Part I: Philosophizing with Traditional Chinese Texts

1. Philosophizing with Canonical Chinese Texts: Seeking an Interpretive Context, Roger T. Ames

2. Methodological Reflections on the Study of Chinese Thought, Kwong-loi Shun

3. On What It Means to 'Let a Text Speak for Itself?', Ronnie Littlejohn

4. Academic Silos, or, What I Wish Philosophers Know about History, Michael Nylan

5. Contextualization and De-contextualization: Studies of Chinese Philosophy from a Trans-cultural Context, Ming-Huei Lee

Part II: Methods from Practice

6. Kungfu Method in the Analects and Its Significance Beyond, Peimin Ni

7. Methodological Inspirations from Teaching Chinese Philosophy, Sarah Mattice

8. Confucianism and Pragmatist Methods: Keeping Faith with the Confucian Moral Mission, Sor-hoon Tan

Part III: Adapting Borrowed Methodologies

9. Chinese Metaphysics Methodology in a Cross-Cultural Context, Franklin Perkins

10. On Constructive-Engagement Strategy in Studies of Chinese Philosophy, Bo Mou

11. Issues and Methods of Analytic Philosophy in Chinese Philosophy, Yiu-ming Fung

12. Travelling Around the Threshold: Continental Philosophy and the Comparative Project, David Jones

13. Chinese Bodies in Philosophy, Aesthetics, and Politics: Methodologies and Practices, Eva K.W. Man

Part IV: Critiques and future possibilities

14. Methods from Within the Chinese Tradition, Leigh Jenco

15. Methodology in Chinese-Indian Comparative Philosophy, Alexus McLeod

16. Daoism, Naturalism, and Chinese Culture, Lisa Raphals

17. Interdisciplinary Methods in Chinese Philosophy: Comparative Philosophy and the Case Example of Mind-Body Holism, Edward Slingerland

18. Chinese Philosophy as Experimental Philosophy, Hagop Sarkissian and Ryan Nichols

Index

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