Institutional Partners

The Center for East Asian and Comparative Philosophy (CEACOP) enjoys special relationships with a number of distinguished centers, presses, and journals around the world. We plan and sponsor events and publications with these institutional partners, adding their experience, perspective, and capacities to those of our center in cooperative efforts aimed at advancing our common aims and mutually enhancing our research.

Center for Comparative Philosophy, Duke University

  • We are happy to announce an exciting new partnership between Duke’s Center for Comparative Philosophy and the Center for East Asian and Comparative Philosophy (CEACOP) at City University of Hong Kong. These two centers will initiate regular student and faculty exchanges, co-sponsor international conferences and workshops, and jointly teach courses, beginning with a new course this spring that can be taken for credit at either campus, Eastern and Western Conceptions of Human Nature, Ethics, and Politics. Additional cooperative programs will follow in the coming years.

    New Course: Eastern and Western Conceptions of Human Nature, Ethics, and Politics

    Instructors: Owen Flanagan   (Duke University)
                       Philip J. Ivanhoe  (City University of Hong Kong)
                       Sungmoon Kim   (City University of Hong Kong)

European Journal for Philosophy of Religion

  • We contribute content as well as planning and editorial assistance to the journal, focusing on the fields of East Asian and comparative religious philosophy.
  • Joint endeavors: CEACOP director Professor Philip J. Ivanhoe will be serving as guest editor for occasional special issues of the European Journal for Philosophy of Religion dedicated to East Asian and comparative religious philosophy.

Rowman and Littlefield International

  • We are pleased to announce that the Centre for East Asian and Comparative Philosophy (CEACOP) has entered into a formal agreement with Rowman and Littlefield International to publish a monograph series entitled the CEACOP Series in East Asian Comparative Ethics, Politics, and Philosophy of Law.  This series, edited by Prof. Philip J. Ivanhoe, Dr. Sungmoon Kim, and Dr. Eirik Lang Harris will publish path-breaking and field-defining works in East Asian comparative ethics with a special interest in works of normative and applied ethics, political theory, and philosophy of law. For more information, please see click here.