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Journal of East-West Thought

Journal of East-West Thought (JET) is published by the International Association for East-West Studies (IAES, http://www.iaesonline.org/ ). As a scholarly peer-reviewed and printed journal dedicated to advancing constructive, creative, critical, theoretical and forward-looking thoughts and ideas in East-West studies, it provides a forum for interdisciplinary, cross-cultural, global, and philosophical examinations of all subject matters within East-West studies. JET's ISSN is 2161-7236 (Print) and 2168-2259 (Online). Website is http://www.cpp.edu/~jet/. Since the Inaugural Issue (December 2011) , JET has published eleven issues and articles of a wide range of celebrated philosophers and authors, including Jürgen Habermas, Thomas Pogge, Robert Cummings Neville, William L. McBride, Vencent M. Colapietro, Josef Seifert, Zhang Longxi, Kwong-loi Shun, Chung-ying Cheng, and more.

JET welcomes diverse theories and methods, promoting dialogue on various philosophical, ethical, aesthetical and methodological issues, problems, and themes in the natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, and other fields, including economics, political science, law, business, engineering, and the arts. JET aims to combine Western and non-Western perspectives to construct an integrative and cosmopolitan perspective that will benefit an international community of educators.

JET will be published quarterly: Spring (March), Summer (June), Fall (September), and Winter (December). Each issue of JET will contain approximately 130-150 pages.

Contact

All manuscripts, book reviews and editorial correspondence should be addressed to:
Professor John Zijiang Ding, Editor-In-Chief
Journal of East-West Thought
Philosophy Department
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
3801 West Temple Avenue, Pomona 91768, USA
Telephone: (909) 869-4660, (909) 569-8710
Fax: (909) 869-4434
E-mail: zding@cpp.edu or jetsubmission@gmail.com.

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Recent Submissions

  • Entl, Barbara (California State Polytechnic University, PomonaInternational Association for East-West Studies (IAES, http://www.iaesonline.org/), 2019-10-24)
    Since its first publication in French language in 1895, The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind (French: Psychologie des Foules; literally: Psychology of Crowds) has offered a penetrating, profound study of an important ...
  • Suzuki, Akiyoshi (California State Polytechnic University, PomonaInternational Association for East-West Studies (IAES, http://www.iaesonline.org/), 2019-10-24)
    Yukio Mishima, a Japanese novelist well known to people across the world, was not familiar with sports in his childhood and his adolescence. In 1955, at the age of 30, he trained his body and began to enthusiastically ...
  • Kasza, Justyna (California State Polytechnic University, PomonaInternational Association for East-West Studies (IAES, http://www.iaesonline.org/), 2019-10-18)
    The purpose of this essay is to put Endō Shūsaku, a well-known Japanese author for his work Silence (1966), on world literature map by focusing on diaries he kept during his stay in France (1950-1953). The study of Endō ...
  • He, Jinli (California State Polytechnic University, PomonaInternational Association for East-West Studies (IAES, http://www.iaesonline.org/), 2019-10-18)
    This paper aims to explore the issue of modernity in Chinese philosophy in the early 20th century. The case study focuses on modern scholar Wang Guowei 王國維 (1877-1927)’s criticism of his contemporary Gu Hongming辜鴻銘 ...
  • Oki, Hinako (California State Polytechnic University, PomonaInternational Association for East-West Studies (IAES, http://www.iaesonline.org/), 2019-10-18)
    Haruki Murakami has delved into the theme of losing females in his writings for many years. His representations of females have been almost overlooked, since they seem to be, at first glance, one-dimensional or stereotypical. ...