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The Commentary Tradition on Suhrawardī

The Presence of Buddhist Thought in Kalām Literature

An Examination of the “New Learning” Usage of daoxue in Northern Song China

Śāntarakṣita on Personal Identity: A Comparative Study

Promising Across Lives to Save Non-Existent Beings: Identity, Rebirth and the Bodhisattva’s Vow

Huayan Numismatics as Metaphysics: Explicating Fazang’s Coin-Counting Metaphor

Innate Divisions and the Natural Hermeneutics of Plato and Zhuangzi

Personhood and the Strongly normative constraint

Knowing Blue: Early Buddhist Accounts of Non-Conceptual Sense Perception

The Aesthetic Concept of Yi in Chinese Calligraphic Creation

Sounding out différance: Derrida, Saussure, & Bhartṛhari

Hegel and Islam

Self-cognition? Saṃghabhadra, Armstrong, and Introspective Consciousness

Personal Immortality in Transhumanism and Ancient Indian Philosophy

Madhyamaka, Metaphysical Realism and the Possibility of an Ancestral World

Mawardi and Machiavelli: Reflections on Power in their Mirrors for Princes

The Discontents of Moderate Political Confucianism and the Future of Democracy in East Asia

Women on Love — Idealization in the Philosophies of Diotima (Symposium) and Murasaki Shikibu (The Tale of Genji)

Two Boats Fastened Together: Nagārjuna’s Solution To the Questions of the Origin of Ideas

In a Double Way: Nāma-rūpa in Buddhaghosa’s Phenomenology

China’s Particular Values and the Issue of Universal Significance: Contemporary Confucians amidst the Politics of Universal Values