We have just received the International Edition of the Journal of Confucian Philosophy and Culture, vol. 20/ Aug. 2013, which is published by the Institute of Confucian Philosophy and Culture, Academy of East Asian of Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU - Seoul, Korea). It includes English papers with .
Content: Articles; Book Review; Appendix.
"Zhu Xi's Methaphysical System and the Role of Taiji.." by Kim Han-sang, "Semiotic Analysis of Zhu Xi's Moral Psychology" by Lee Seung-hwan, "Three Differences between Buddhism and Confucianism.." by Li Cheng-gui, "Balancing between Innate Morality and Moral Agency.." by LeeJung-hwan, "On Zhu Xi's Distinction bewteen Heavenly Principle and.." by Zhao Feng, "The Concept of Social Responsibility as it Appears in.." by Nguyen Tai Dong, "A New Research on Shangshuwei" by Ren Milin;
We have just published the International Journal of Tantric Studies (IJTS) vol. 9, n. 1.
In this issue:
Editorial Note. Papers: “A Spirituality of Pleasure: Deciphering Vijñānabhairava Verse 68” by John R. Dupuche”; “Shaping the Italian Policy on the North-West Frontier: Giuseppe Tucci and the Limits of the Strategy of “Peripheral Destabilization” (1936-1943)” by Gianluca Pastori.
We have just received by snail mail the Newsletter for Research in Chinese Studies, 125 (February 2013 - vol. 32, no. 1), a hard copy quarterly published by the Center for Chinese Studies (CCS) of Taiwan (The Republic of China). The journal is published in Chinese and subtitled in English.
In this issue: Special Feature, Summary of Research, Researchers of Chinese Studies Scholars, Book eview, Conference Reports, News from Academia.
"Gnostika – Magazine for symbolic systems", by Hans Thomas Hakl (co-editor).
This magazine was originally created in 1997 to introduce the German speaking public to the world of academic esotericism. There existed a lot of general esoteric or New Age magazines in the area, but none of them treated astrology, magic, alchemy, kabbalah, mysticism, witchcraft etc. from an academic historical, philosophical, sociological and interdisciplinary point of view while keeping an attentive eye on international developments. At that time only Antoine Faivre had a regular chair of modern mystical currents at the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (Sorbonne).
In the meantime the field has known an immense success. Personalities like Wouter Hanegraaff, Marco Pasi and Peter Forshaw (all of them teaching at the University of Amsterdam), Jean-Pierre Brach, Jean-Pierre Laurant (Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes in Paris, Nicholas Goodrick Clarke, Christopher McIntosh from the University of Exeter, Moshe Idel formerly from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem or Joscelyn Godwin (Colgate University, Madison, NY), Arthur Versluis (Michigan State University) and Jeffrey Kripal (Rice University, Houston, TX) do intensive research and spread their knowledge world-wide.
We have just received by snail mail the Newsletter for Research in Chinese Studies, 124 (November 2012 - vol. 31, no. 4), a hard copy quarterly published by the Center for Chinese Studies (CCS) of Taiwan (The Republic of China). The journal is published in Chinese and subtitled in English.
In this issue: Summary of Research, Book Review, Researchers of Chinese Studies Scholars, Conference Reports, News from Academia.