Modern and Contemporary Taiwanese Philosophy

  • Jana S. Rošker University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts, Slovenia
Keywords: Chinese philosophical tradition, Chinese culture, China, Taiwan, Taiwanese philosophy

Abstract

The topic of this special issue deals with the development of a certain stream of the Chinese philosophical tradition. Yet this philosophy did not originate in mainland China, and thus in some supposedly logical “centre” of Chinese culture, but on its alleged “periphery”, namely on the beautiful island of Taiwan. One of the incentives for our decision to compile an issue of Asian Studies which is devoted entirely to the philosophical developments in Taiwan was an international conference, entitled Taiwanese Philosophy and the Preservation of the Confucian Tradition. This interesting academic meeting was organized in October 2019 in Ljubljana by the Center for Chinese Studies at the National Central Library in Taiwan in cooperation with the East Asian Research Library (EARL) and the Department of Asian Studies at University of Ljubljana.

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Published
2020-09-10
How to Cite
RoškerJ. S. (2020). Modern and Contemporary Taiwanese Philosophy. Asian Studies, 8(3), 7-12. https://doi.org/10.4312/as.2020.8.3.7-12