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Journal of East-West Thought (2012)

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/. This community includes issues from 2012.

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  • Kellman, Steven G. (International Association for East-West Studies (IAES, http://www.iaesonline.org/), 2012-12)
  • Linebaugh, Leanora I. (International Association for East-West Studies (IAES, http://www.iaesonline.org/), 2012-12)
  • Storey, David (International Association for East-West Studies (IAES, http://www.iaesonline.org/), 2012-12)
    I argue that historical and comparative analyses of Heidegger and Zen Buddhism are motivated by three simple ideas: 1) Zen is uncompromisingly nonmetaphysical; 2) its discourse is poetic and non-rational; and 3) it aims ...
  • Ding, John Zijiang (International Association for East-West Studies (IAES, http://www.iaesonline.org/), 2012-12)
    Chinese traditional thinkers attempt to examine cosmopolitanism through metaphysical, ethical, aesthetical, and utopian imagination. They transform the examination of cosmopolitanism from the geographical to ethical-political. ...
  • Entl, Barbara (International Association for East-West Studies (IAES, http://www.iaesonline.org/), 2012-12)
    the purpose of this essay is to develop a concept of a cosmopolitan order that facilitates both moral solidarity and ethical pluralism in the globe. Doing so, I will explore both Jürgen Habermas’ and Seyla Benhabib’s ...