Frontiers of Philosophy in China

Editors-in-Chief: Guiren Yuan and Han Zhen
Issue Vol. 7 No. 1 is now available free online! Follow the link to the online edition below to view the articles.
Frontiers of Philosophy in China aims to disseminate new scholarly achievements in the field of broadly defined philosophy, and promote philosophical researches of the highest level by publishing peer-reviewed academic articles that facilitate intensive or extensive communication and cooperation between philosophers in China and abroad. It covers nearly all main branches of philosophy, with priorities given to original works on Chinese philosophy or in comparative studies of Chinese philosophy and other kinds of philosophy in the world.
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Editors-in-Chief
Han Zhen (Beijing Normal University)
Yuan Guiren (Beijing Normal University)

Associate Editors-in-Chief
Liao Shenbai (Beijing Normal University)
Tian Ping (Beijing Normal University)
Yao Xinzhong (King's College London)

Review Editors
Richard King (University of Glasgow)
Wen Haiming (Renmin University of China)

Editorial Board
Roger T. Ames ( University of Hawai’i)
Stephen C. Angle (Wesleyan University)
Daniel Bell ( Tsinghua University)
John Berthrong (Boston University)
Sébastien Billioud (University Paris Diderot)
Nicolas Bunnin (Oxford University)
Chen Bo (Peking University)
Chen Jing (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences)
Chern Lai (Peking University)
Cheng Chung-Ying (University of Hawai’i)
Deng Xiaomang (Wuhan University)
Fu Youde (Shandong University)
Guo Qiyong (Wuhan University)
Hao Changchi (Wuhan University)
He Lai (Jilin University)
Huang Yong (Kutztown University of Pennsylvania)
James O. Young (University of Victoria)
Jiang Yi ( Beijing Normal University)
Joachim Kurtz (Heidelberg University)
Karyn Lai (The University of New South Wales)
Ernie Lepore ( Rutgers University)
Li Chenyang ( Nanyang Technological University)
Li He ( Chinese Academy of Social Sciences)
Li Jinglin (Beijing Normal University)
Li Shaomeng (Beijing Normal University)
Liu Chuang (University of Florida)
Liu Xiaoli (Renmin University of China)
Thomas Magnell (Drew University)
John Makeham (Australian National University)
Mou Bo (San Jose State University)
Ni Liangkang (Sun Yat-sen University)
Ouyang Kang (Huazhong University of Science and Technology)
Pan Xiaohui (Fun Jen Catholic University)
Henry Rosemont Jr. (Brown University)
Tian Chenshan (University of Hawai'i)
Tong Shijun (Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences)
Tu Weiming (Harvard University)
Wan Junren (Tsinghua University)
WangG Qingjie (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Wang Nanshi (Renmin University of China)
Wang Xiaochao (Tsinghua University)
Xiang Shiling (Renmin University of China)
Xie Dikun (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences)
Xie Wenyu (Shandong University)
Yang Guorong (East China Normal University)
Yao Dazhi (Jilin University)
Yi Junqing (Central Compilation and Translation Bureau)
Yu Jiyuan (State University of New York at Buffalo)
Zhang Xuezhi (Peking University)
Zhao Dunhua (Peking University)

Managing Editor
Sun Haifang (Higher Education Press)

Assistant Editor
Liu Xiang (Beijing Normal University)
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