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This issue contains 22 articles in total

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  1. Nietzsche and the Last Pope: Changing the Paradigm, or the End of al-Millah (the Theologico-political Community)
  2. The narration of architectural space as a way of constructing the spatial atmosphere: Two readings of contemporary Japanese architecture
  3. Beyond “Traditional” Substance Dualism: A Hindu Soul
  4. Imagining Immanent Causality: Depictions of Neo-Confucian and Spinozist Monism in the Works of Matteo Ricci and Pierre Bayle
  5. Knows-Knows in Mīmāṃsā: Pārthasārathi and Kumārila on svataḥ prāmāṇya
  6. Mencius and Hutcheson on Empathy-Based Benevolence
  7. Mencius and Berlin on Freedom
  8. Yan Fu as A Transmitter and A Creator: A Conceptual Perspective
  9. An Account and Analysis of Metempsychosis in the Views of Āzar Kayvān as a Commentator of Illuminationist Philosophy
  10. On Otherness and Sameness: A Dialogue Between Zhu Xi and Levinas on Ethical Interrelatedness
  11. Bhāviveka’s Inclusivism: Discriminating the Feces, Jewels, and Fake Jewels of the Veda
  12. Composition as Identity, the Identical With Or Different From Argument in Bodhicaryāvatāra 8.90-103 (and Elsewhere), and Category Mistakes
  13. How “Neo” is Swami Vivekananda‘s Vedānta: A Response to Rambachan
  14. Pretending to be Good: Explaining Wei 偽 in the Xunzi
  15. Contest, Game, Disgrace: On Philosophy and Buddhism
  16. Is There Ignorance in Deep Sleep? A Re-examination of the Upaniṣads and Śaṅkara's Commentaries
  17. He Yin Zhen’s Critical Ruism: Feminist Reclamation and Chinese Philosophy
  18. For Glory and for Sport: Jonathan Edwards and the Vedanta School on God’s Motive for Creating the World
  19. A Buddhist Critique of Marx: Unveiling Flaws in ‘Desire,’ of a Near-Perfect Doctrine
  20. On the Human in the Zhuangzi’s Concept of Qi
  21. Wang Guowei’s Aesthetics in Transcultural Perspective: “Jingjie” and “Atmosphere”
  22. Metaphysical Fundamentality as a Fundamental Problem for CS Peirce and Zhu Xi
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