Seminars

  • Founded
    1979
  • Seminar Number
    567

This seminar examines the formation, development, and role of Neo-Confucian thought in China, Japan, and Korea. The relationship between Neo-Confucianism and other aspects of the history of East Asia is considered, and on occasion, intellectual responses to Neo-Confucianism are also examined. The seminar circulates copies of papers to its members prior to meetings.


Co-Chairs
Professor Ari Borrell
aborrell@msn.com

Professor Tao Jiang
tjiang@rci.rutgers.edu

Professor On-cho Ng
oxn1@psu.edu

Rapporteur
Chuyu Tian
ct2823@columbia.edu


Meeting dates and locations are subject to change. Please confirm details with the seminar rapporteur.


Meeting Schedule

10/04/2019 Heyman Center, Columbia University
3:30 PM
Qing Philosophy
On-cho Ng, Pennsylvania State University




11/01/2019 Heyman Center, Columbia University
3:30 PM
Script, Antiquity, and Mental Training: Metaphysical Inquiry into the History of Writing
Nathan Vedal, Washington University in St. Louis




02/07/2020 Heyman Center, Columbia University
3:30 PM
Dasan (茶山) on “Sympathetic Consideration” (恕)
P.J. Ivanhoe, Sungkyunkwan University (South Korea)




03/06/2020 Heyman Center, Columbia University
3:30 PM
The Co-Action Paradigm and Non-Subjective Agency
Mercedes Valmisa Oviedo, Gettysburg College




04/03/2020 Heyman Center, Columbia University
3:30 PM
meeting cancelled
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05/01/2020 Heyman Center, Columbia University
3:30 PM
meeting cancelled
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