1. The Strong Case for Vegetarianism in Pātañjala Yoga
  2. Jonathan Dickstein
  3. pp. 613-628
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  1. Heidegger and Mullā Ṣadrā on the Meaning of Metaphysics
  2. Muhammad U. Faruque
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  1. The Prescriptive Dialectics of Li 禮 and Yi 義 in the Lienü zhuan 列女傳
  2. César Guarde-Paz
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  1. Sūkṣma and the Clear and Distinct Light: The Path to Epistemic Enhancement in Yogic and Cartesian Meditation
  2. Gary Jaeger
  3. pp. 667-692
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  1. Acting-Intuition and the Achievement of Perception: Merleau-Ponty with Nishida
  2. David W. Johnson
  3. pp. 693-709
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  1. Merleau-Ponty and Nishida: “Interexpression” As Motor-Perceptual Faith
  2. Adam Loughnane
  3. pp. 710-737
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  1. The Dao that Cannot Be Named
  2. Richard McDonough
  3. pp. 738-762
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  1. A Taxonomy of Views about Time in Buddhist and Western Philosophy
  2. Kristie Miller
  3. pp. 763-782
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  1. Hundun’s Mistake: Satire and Sanity in the Zhuangzi
  2. Hans-Georg Moeller
  3. pp. 783-800
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  1. Philosophizing and Power: East–West Encounter in the Formation of Modern East Asian Buddhist Philosophy
  2. Jin Y. Park
  3. pp. 801-824
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  1. One and the Possibility of Many in Greek and Indian Philosophy: Plotinus and Rāmānuja
  2. Daniel Regnier
  3. pp. 825-840
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  1. Structural Relations and Analogies in Classical Chinese Logic
  2. Jana S. Rošker
  3. pp. 841-863
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  1. Polyvalent Philosophy and Soteriology in Early Buddhism
  2. Eviatar Shulman
  3. pp. 864-886
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  1. Relational Self in Classical Confucianism: Lessons from Confucius’ Analects
  2. Kirill O. Thompson
  3. pp. 887-907
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  1. John Dewey and East-West Philosophy
  2. Jim Behuniak
  3. pp. 908-916
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  1. Classical Confucian Political Thought: A New Interpretation, by Loubna El Amine (review)
  2. David Elstein
  3. pp. 917-919
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  1. Ethics and Politics in Classical Confucian Thought: A Response to David Elstein
  2. Loubna El Amine
  3. pp. 919-920
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  1. A Reply to Professor El Amine
  2. David Elstein
  3. pp. 920-921
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  1. Philosophy: The Next Step
  2. Anand Jayprakash Vaidya
  3. pp. 922-932
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  1. Al-Ghazālī’s Moderation in Belief: al-Iqtiṣād fī al-i‘tiqād tran. by Aladdin M. Yaqub
  2. Recep Alpyağil
  3. pp. 933-934
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  1. One Child: Do We Have a Right to Have More? by Sarah Conly (review)
  2. Trevor Hedberg
  3. pp. 934-938
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  1. Philosophy East/West: Exploring Intersections between Educational and Contemplative Practices ed. by Oren Ergas and Sharon Todd (review)
  2. Patrick Laude
  3. pp. 938-940
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  1. The Philosophy of Living by François Jullien, and: This Strange Idea of the Beautiful by François Jullien (review)
  2. Oliver Leaman
  3. pp. 940-942
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  1. The Philosophical Challenge from China ed. by Brian Bruya (review)
  2. Sydney Morrow
  3. pp. 948-951
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  1. Schopenhauer’s Compass: An Introduction to Schopenhauer’s Philosophy and Its Origins by Urs App (review)
  2. Ayon Maharaj
  3. pp. 942-948
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  2. pp. 952-953
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