Sagehood: The Contemporary Significance of Neo-Confucian Philosophy 1st Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0199922239
ISBN-10: 0199922233
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"Rarely is a work in comparative philosophy itself an original philosophical contribution. But that is the case in this instance in which Angle...brings Neo-Confucian philosophy into fruitful conversation with contemporary Western, virtue-ethics based analytic philosophers...The result is a presentation of Neo-Confucianism that advances it beyond any previous Neo-Confucian: Angle is the best in the line so far, at least among those writing or written about in English."--Robert Cummings Neville, The Review of Metaphysics


"This book does an outstanding job of engaging a wide range of sources not only from different areas of philosophy (such as virtue ethics and Chinese philosophy) but also from the disciplines of religious studies and Asian studies. Indeed, one thing that makes this book worth reading is the way it puts new and interesting sources into conversation with one another in order to shed new light on the topics at hand. While this work is certainly recommended for specialists in comparative ethics and Chinese philosophy, it is also a resource for philosophers interested in learning how non-Western philosophy might potentially contribute to work in ethics today."--Erin Cline, Mind


"Throughout the book, Angle makes good use of recent empirical studies.... His book is very accessible for readers with a wide variety of backgrounds. Philosophers with no background in Chinese thought will find challenging and interesting discussions of many issues relevant to their own work. Furthermore, I think this book is also quite appropriate to assign to strong undergraduate students. I recommend it highly."--Bryan W. van Norden, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews


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Stephen C. Angle Professor of Philosophy and Eastern Studies, Wesleyan University
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Stephen C. Angle received his B.A. from Yale University in East Asian Studies and his Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Michigan. Since 1994 he has taught at Wesleyan University, where he is now Professor of Philosophy. Angle's central concern is to explore the implications of taking China's traditions seriously as philosophy. This means engaging with contemporary Chinese philosophers -- be they Confucians, Marxists, liberals, etc. -- and also working to get US philosophers to broaden their conception of the meaning and practice of philosophy.

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