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    Li, Chenyang
    In the English-speaking world, the study of Chinese philosophy has been focused mainly on pre-Qin philosophy and Song-Ming neo-Confucianism. In comparison, contemporary Chinese philosophy, as an initial attempt to communicate with . . .
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    Malherbe, Olivier
    This paper aims at showing the significance in Roman Ingarden’s thinking of two often overlooked ontological concepts: Gestalt quality and harmonious unity. Ingarden understands Gestalt a derived quality that spr . . .
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    Simionato, Alice
    This paper offers a comparative study of two fundamental Confucian concepts, namely, “harmony” (he) and “coherence” (li). After presenting and interpreting the two characters – with reference to both classical thought and Neo-Confu . . .
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    Xiang, Shuchen
    This paper argues that the Chinese concept of harmony is exemplified in the historical process that resulted in the Chinese people and the geographic entity of China itself. The concept of harmony overcomes the dualism between identity an . . .
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    Yeung, Tak-lap
    In this paper, I argue that the different understandings of “harmony”, which are rooted in ancient Greek and Chinese thought, can be recapitulated in the name of “dialectic harmony” and “ambiguous harmony” regarding the re . . .
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    Düring, Dascha
    Recent years have shown a rise of English-language scholarship exploring the relation between the Chinese concept of harmony and the Western concept of justice. This paper reconstructs the influential contemporary . . .
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    Löschke, Jörg
    The concept of harmony does not play a very important role in contemporary analytic philosophy. In this paper, I argue that this peripheral status of the concept of harmony in analytic philosophy is not warranted. In fact, harmony might b . . .
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    Shani, Itay
    The paper begins with the assumption that in order to explain the efficacy of harmony as an organizing force in human and natural affairs we must pay attention to the dynamic features characteristic of the growth and maintenanc . . .
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    Li, Chenyang
    Harmony is a central notion in Asian culture. It appears as a symbol on the Korean national flag; it is one of the names that the Japanese people used to call their nation; it is a justificatory principle in Chinese politics a . . .
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    Bhuiya, Namramita
    This paper tries to explore Nāgārjuna’s śūnyatāand its implication towards vipaśyanāmeditation or insight perception. Allthe mundane objects of this world are full of suffering. Nāgārjuna was the systematic propounder of Mā . . .
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    Long, William
    The small, remote country of Bhutan is the only democratic, mixed market country in the world that is rooted constitutionally and culturally in Buddhist principles. As such, it provides an authentic basis for theoretical and empirical com . . .
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    Becker, John
    The formation of ideas is a universal characteristic of humankind. However, the nature of ideation and the ensuing convictions is fraught with ontological and ethical implications. This article seeks to explore the issues . . .
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    Sarkar, Abhirup
    The term ‘indigenous’, since late 20thcentury, is being extensively used to denote people and literatures, in addition to its previous function of classifying flora and fauna. These people, under international and national legislations are referred as . . .
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    Dhar, Sharmistha
    Neurophysiologist Benjamin Libet’s EEG experiments tracking the temporal occurrence of brain events leading to an endogenous voluntary action significantly demonstrated that the subject becomes conscious of her intention to act later . . .
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    Bhambar, S. B.
    Like all other beings in the World, human being has been (and will be) essentially a part of nature. The relationship between Man and Nature, therefore, has been the subject of contemplation for mankind since the pre- . . .
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    Oyeshile, Olatunji A.
    Given the fact that democracy has come to be accepted as a framework for good governance in most parts of the world and given the fact that most states in Africa are multi-ethnic in nature, which presupposes some contestations in . . .
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    Tang, Carissa
    The United States has increased the awareness for gender fluidity through social expressions and movements. The horror community as a subspace of American society reflects the practice of gender fluidity. The horror community utilizes the diverse plat . . .
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    Tang, Carissa
    The United States has increased the awareness for gender fluidity through social expressions and movements. The horror community as a subspace of American society reflects the practice of gender fluidity. The horror community utilizes the diverse plat . . .
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    Russikoff, Karen
    Many faculty address potential plagiarism with only a brief mention, believing that students understand and know how to avoid it. In fact, the issue is complex and dynamic. While the ready access of Internet material has promoted copying without attri . . .
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    Lu, Zhaolu