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Contributors
Introduction
	John Makeham
In Praise of Philosophy
	Alan Hájek
Do the Deepest Roots of a Future Ecological Civilization Lie in Chinese Soil?
	Freya Mathews
Kierkegaard’s Christian Philosophy
and Its Enlightenment
	Wang Qi
The Confucian Virtue of Ren
in Social Relationships
	Wang Keping
Human Chauvinism and Divine Reason
(大人类主义及神聖的理性)
	Norva Y. S. Lo (勞若詩)
Ways of Doing Cross-Cultural Philosophy
	Koji Tanaka
Modernisation and “Integrated Buddhism”:
The Buddhist Reforms of Ouyang Jingwu
and Taixu
	Zhang Zhiqing 張志強
From Cosmology to Humanity:
A Perspective from the Recovered
Bamboo Manuscripts in China
	Shirley Chan
Efficient Governance through
Synthetic Transformation
	Wang Keping
                        
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Learning
from the Other
Australian and Chinese
Perspectives on Philosophy

Editor John Makeham

PAPERS FROM SYMPOSIA HELD IN 2014 AND

2015, CO-SPONSORED BY THE AUSTRALIAN

ACADEMY OF THE HUMANITIES AND THE

CHINESE ACADEMY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

AAH

CASS

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Suggested citation:

Australian Academy of the Humanities (2016) Learning from the Other: Australian and Chinese Perspectives on Philosophy,

ed. by John Makeham. Papers from symposia held in 2014 and 2015, co-sponsored by the Australian Academy of the

Humanities and the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (Canberra: Australian Academy of the Humanities).

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23 The Confucian Analects, 12:1.

24 Plato, The Republic, 499c–500d; Theaetetus, 176a–177a; Laws, 792d, 897b, 902b, etc.

25 Herbert Fingarette, “Response to Professor Rosemont”, in Philosophy East and West, vol.
28, no. 4 (1978), 512. See also A. C. Graham, Disputers of the Tao: Philosophical Argument in
Ancient China (Illinois: Open Court, 1989), pp. 26–27.

26 Benjamin I. Schwartz, The World of Thought in Ancient China (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard
University Press, 1985), pp. 75–76.

27 Herbert Fingarette, Confucius: The Secular as Sacred (New York: Harper and Row, 1972), p. 55.

28 Fingarette, The Secular as Sacred, p. vii. See also Graham, Disputers of the Tao, p. 23.

29 Li, Lunyu jindu, p. 9.

30 The Confucian Analects, 6:7.

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