Posted on

Cultivating Personhood: Kant and Asian Philosophy by Stephen R. Palmquist

By Stephen R. Palmquist

Authors from around the world unite in order to domesticate discussion among Asian and Western philosophy. The papers forge a brand new, East-West comparative course in general diversity of concerns in Kant stories. the concept that of personhood, the most important for either traditions, serves as a springboard to deal with concerns reminiscent of wisdom acquisition and schooling, ethics and self-identity, religious/political group development, and cross-cultural realizing. Edited via Stephen Palmquist, founding father of the Hong Kong Philosophy Caf?? and popular for either his Kant services and his devotion to fostering philosophical discussion, the publication provides chosen and remodeled papers from the 1st ever Kant Congress in Hong Kong, held in might 2009. between others the individuals are Patricia Kitcher (New York urban, USA), G??nther Wohlfahrt (Wuppertal, Germany), Cheng Chung-ying (Hawaii, USA), Sammy Xie Xia-ling (Shanghai, China), Lau Chong-fuk (Hong Kong), Anita Ho (Vancouver/Kelowna, Canada), Ellen Zhang (Hong Kong), Pong Wen-berng (Taipei, Taiwan), Simon Xie Shengjian (Melbourne, Australia), Makoto Suzuki (Aichi, Japan), Kiyoshi Himi (Mie, Japan), Park Chan-Goo (Seoul, South Korea), Chong Chaeh-yun (Seoul, South Korea), Mohammad Raayat Jahromi (Tehran, Iran), Mohsen Abhari Javadi (Qom, Iran), Soraj Hongladarom (Bangkok, Thailand), Ruchira Majumdar (Kolkata, India), A.T. Nuyen (Singapore), Stephen Palmquist (Hong Kong), Christian Wenzel (Taipei, Taiwan), Mario Wenning (Macau).

Show description

Read Online or Download Cultivating Personhood: Kant and Asian Philosophy PDF

Similar eastern books

Understanding Eastern Philosophy

Figuring out jap Philosophy offers an available severe advent to how a number of the key philosophies of the East examine with these within the West. ranging from a dialogue of the issues of distinguishing among religions and philosophies, Ray Billington offers a transparent photo of the main tenets in the back of Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, Jainism and Confucianism.

Enlightenment: Beyond Traditions

Enlightenment past Traditions is a distinct and innovative ebook. via this e-book has been channeled the sunshine of natural realizing that brings us to the non secular wholeness. With a very good precision, it leads us in the course of the complicated and unsafe realm of awakening, the place such a lot of bought misplaced. This e-book is actually past traditions, that's, past the prior wisdom.

The Essentials of Indian Philosophy

This article presents a concise, attached account of Indian philosophy. An introductory bankruptcy summarizes Vedic faith and philosophy, then Indian notion is taken into account in chapters dealing respectively with the early post-Vedic interval and the age of the structures. a quick old survey accompanies every one typical department of the topic, as well as an exposition of its thought of data, ontology and functional instructing.

Sustainable Agricultural Development: Challenges and Approaches in Southern and Eastern Mediterranean Countries

This ebook presents an up to date evaluation of sustainable agri-food structures and rural improvement within the Mediterranean nations. It examines and experiences the effect of european and nationwide guidelines on environmental and exchange concerns in agricultural and rural corporations within the southern and jap Mediterranean sector.

Additional info for Cultivating Personhood: Kant and Asian Philosophy

Sample text

In CPR the unity of apperception and the unity of nature are directly correlated: both are unknowable in themselves, yet presupposed by any objective knowledge. The fact of moral obligation arises directly out of this unified picture of subject and object jointly belonging to an intelligible world, for our ignorance of the true causes of our actions makes us subject to duties, virtuous rather than holy. Aesthetic judgment thus makes constitutive (for the feeling of the beautiful in nature) what for practical reason was a mere “factum”: an intelligible reality must exist, otherwise our experiences of purposiveness would be meaningless.

Toward the end of his life, Tillich embraced a form of pluralism that Love takes to be unjustified; he suggests it be countered with “transcendental inclusivism”, claiming Kant provides a set of necessary conditions for regarding any faith as genuine religion. While Love’s claims may be more provocative than substantively demonstrated, they serve as an effective preparation for Book Three, where Kant scholars grapple with a range of issues relating to Asian philosophies, some of whom adopt positions that would appear to support Love’s portrayal of Kant as a religious inclusivist, while others would seem to portray Kant more along the lines of a Tillichian pluralist.

For Kant (as noted in Kitcher’s keynote essay and throughout this collection), this spontaneity has both moral and theoretical aspects; Xie, like Mou, focuses on the latter. To resolve what he regards as a problem Editor’s Introduction 27 for Kant, whether criminal activity is phenomenal or noumenal, Xie suggests adding a third term: between and superior to the phenomenal and noumenal we should postulate “the great flux”; this, he tantalizingly concludes, is the realm of “substance”, the essence of personhood, and the proper locus of criminal responsibility.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.61 of 5 – based on 23 votes