By Stephen R. Palmquist
Authors from worldwide unite with the intention to domesticate discussion among Asian and Western philosophy. The papers forge a brand new, East-West comparative direction in general diversity of concerns in Kant stories. the concept that of personhood, an important for either traditions, serves as a springboard to deal with concerns comparable to wisdom acquisition and schooling, ethics and self-identity, religious/political neighborhood 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 transformed papers from the 1st ever Kant Congress in Hong Kong, held in might 2009. between others the members 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).
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