Members' News

Date Event Center Member
11 September
  • Humanistic Cosmopolitanism

  • Invited talk at Mount Holyoke College, Massachusetts.

    Philip J. Ivanhoe
    13 September
  • The Senses of Oneness

  • Invited talk at Hamilton College, New York.

    Philip J. Ivanhoe
    15 September
  • Dasan 茶山 on “Sympathetic Consideration” (Seo 恕)

  • Invited talk at SUNY Binghamton, New York.

    Philip J. Ivanhoe
    28-30 September
  • Wagging Tails and Riding Elephants: Why Study Non-Western Philosophy?

  • Paper presentation in The Natural Method, Ethics, Mind, and Self: Themes from the Work of Owen Flanagan at Duke University, North Carolina.

    Philip J. Ivanhoe
    06 October
  • Selfishness and Self-Centeredness

  • Invited talk for the Columbia Neo-Confucian Seminar

    Philip J. Ivanhoe
    09 October
  • The Values of Spontaneity

  • Invited talk for the Comparative Literature Luncheon lecture series, Pennsylvania State University

    Philip J. Ivanhoe
    20-21 October
  • Zhu Xi: Selected Writings

  • Zhu Xi Translation Workshop for the forthcoming Oxford University Press anthology, Zhu Xi: Selected Writings, edited by Philip J. Ivanhoe, which is the first volume in the series Oxford Chinese Thought, series edited by Eric L. Hutton and Justin Tiwald. The workshop is held at the University of Utah, Utah.

    Philip J. Ivanhoe
    31 October
  • The Values of Spontaneity

  • Invited talk for the Philosophy Department, University of Delaware

    Philip J. Ivanhoe
    1 November
  • Selfishness and Self-Centeredness

  • Invited talk for the Philosophy Department, University of Delaware

    Philip J. Ivanhoe
    9-11 November
  • Confucianism: Joy Along the Way

  • Paper presentation in the workshop: Confucianism: Joy in Following the Way at Rutger University. It is part of the larger project, Theology of Joy and the Good Life, being carried out at Yale University.

    Philip J. Ivanhoe
    17-19 November
  • Three Streams: Confucian Reflections on Learning and the Moral Heart-Mind in China, Korea, and Japan

  • Book Panel on Three Streams: Confucian Reflections on Learning and the Moral Heart-Mind in China, Korea, and Japan in American Academy of Religion, Boston.

    Philip J. Ivanhoe