Learning from the Other: Australian and Chinese Perspectives on Philosophy is a selection of papers drawn from two symposia co-sponsored by the Australian Academy of the Humanities (AAH) and the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS).
Edited by John Makeham, this publication captures new directions in philosophy with the following contributions:
- Alan Hájek FAHA, In Praise of Philosophy
- Freya Mathews FAHA, Do the Deepest Roots of a Future Ecological Civilization Lie in Chinese Soil?
- Wang Qi, Kierkergaard’s Christian Philosophy and Its Enlightenment
- Wang Keping, The Confucian Virtue of Ren in Social Relationships and Efficient Governance through Synthetic Transformation.
- Norva Y. S. Lo FRSE, Human Chauvinism and Divine Reason
- Koji Tanaka, Ways of Doing Cross-Cultural Philosophy
- Zhang Zhiqiang, Modernisation and ‘Integrated Buddhism’: The Buddhist Reforms of Ouyang Jingwu and Taixu
- Shirley Chan, From Cosmology to Humanity: A Perspective from the Recovered Bamboo Manuscripts in China