3 edition of Dialogue between Christian philosophy and Chinese culture found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Paschal Ting, Marian Gao, Bernard Li.|
|Series||Cultural heritage and contemporary change., v. 17, Chinese philosophical studies ;, 17|
|Contributions||Ting, Paschal., Gao, Marian., Li, Bernard.|
|LC Classifications||BR100 .D49 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 287 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||287|
|LC Control Number||2002006650|
It is not new to argue that the dialogue form that began in classical Greece ended with the rise of Christianity. We find the idea inherent, for instance, in the standard work on the classical dialogue by Rudolf Hirzel, published in ,  though Hirzel devotes little actual space to considering the Christian, or indeed the late antique, period.. Goldhill’s argument ignores the later. The character Tao 道 (or Dao, depending on the transliteration scheme one prefers) literally means "path" or "way", but in Chinese religion and philosophy has taken on more abstract meanings. The compound Daojiao refers to Daoism as a religion (i.e., people worshipping at altars); Daojia refers to the activity of scholars in their studies.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Martin, James Alfred, New dialogue between philosophy and theology. New York, Seabury Press . Alan Wallace, a world-renowned author and Buddhist scholar trained by the Dalai Lama, and Sean Carroll, a world-renowned theoretical physicist and best-selling author, discuss the nature of.
Both Chinese Buddhism and Western Christianity are religion, but in the realm of thoughts and culture, they are important symbols of Oriental and Western culture. This paper would like to do a brief comparative study for the two schools' philosophy of life, so as to explore the modern meaning and value from the mankind's common culture legacy. Back in the president of Cornell University Andrew Dickson White published a book entitled A History of the Warfare of Science with Theology in White’s influence, the metaphor of “warfare” to describe the relations between science and the Christian faith became very widespread during the first half of the 20th century.
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Christian thought and the destiny of philosophy / Jean Ladriere --Philosophy and culture / Carlo Huber --The manifold meanings of experience and the idea of truth / Jean Greisch --Philosophy, culture, and the future of tradition / William Sweet --The role of Christian philosophy in the present transformation of Chinese culture / George F.
McLean --Worshipping the divine in spirit and in truth /. Review. “It is a fascinating and important contribution to Neo-Confucian studies and to the dialogue of Confucianism with Christian theology.
The attention to the religious aspects of Confucianism is especially important.”. ― Mary Evelyn Tucker, Bucknell University.
“Putting dialogue within the context of process theology contributes to a theological understanding of the process of dialogue and the limits /5(2).
The volume is the result of a symposium which sought to initiate a dialogue between China and the West on questions ranging from philosophy to politics and aesthetics. The papers deal with various topics of cross-cultural hermeneutics, such as differences between Chinese and Western concepts of man's relation to the universe, human rights, self and community, good and evil, and beauty.5/5(1).
Orbis Books, paper. Ever since the Nestorians, both foreigners and Chinese have wrestled with the relationship between the Gospel and Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism and other facets of Chinese culture.
Some have tried to adapt the Gospel to China; others have taken the reverse tack. We may in this way come to the things them selves, which are the common objective of all philosophy, or what the great Chinese philosopher Wang Yang Ming called "the investigation of things".
It is in this spirit that the Institute's programs include a "cross-cultural" dialogue meant to bring about a profound communication among philosophers. There is a strong sense of seeing Christianity from the eyes of Chinese culture, rather than vice versa.
In other words, the scholars continue to find common ground through 'comprehensive theology' by locating a 'mean.'. The premise is that the mean of Chinese culture, and the mean of Christianity will intersect.4/5(1). REVIEWS. "The church and academia in mainland China are two separate realms.
Study in Christianity is an emerging area since the open reform policy has been gradually implemented. This book records a genuine dialogue between scholars from the Chinese church and academia on Chinese Christianity.
Christianity and Culture in Dialogue (Third Edition) Only 1 left in stock - order : Seton Hall University. A Dialogue between Haizi’s Poetry and the Gospel of Luke. Xiaoli Yang offers a conversation between the Chinese soul-searching found in Haizi’s (–) poetry and the gospel of Jesus Christ through Luke’s testimony.
It creates a unique contextual poetic lens that appreciates a generation of the Chinese homecoming journey through Haizi’s poetry, and explores its relationship Author: Xiaoli Yang. This volume addresses the issue of the human encounter with the Mystery of God and the purpose of human life.
It explores major themes from diverse cultural and philosophical traditions, starting with questions about the possibility of belief in God, His transcendence as seen in both East and West, and ending with questions about ethics and about personhood, human dignity and human rights.
Faith and Culture Need to Dialogue These words of the Holy Father provide us with a point of departure for this our Colloquium.
The exchange, the dialogue, the symbiosis between faith and culture is what concerns us this morning. It is precisely a synthesis of this kind that is both necessary and Size: KB. The differences between Eastern and Western thought can be clearly seen in modern society, despite globalization and unifying influences.
The differences listed below are heavily stereotyped, generalized, and polarized. Not all Chinese (or Westerners) think this way, but these are observed tendencies. Aspect 1: Where Thinking Happens — Internally or ExternallyAuthor: Gavin Van Hinsbergh.
standing of Western culture,they reductively referred to Chinese culture as Confucian culture,and to Western culture as Christian saw China's feudal backwardness origi-nating in Confucianism,and the West's openness and affluence as attributable to their view,Christianity was.
China, Christianity, and the Question of Culture illuminates the unexplored links between Christianity and Chinese culture, from Christianity and higher education in China to the rural acculturation of Christian ideology by indigenous communities.
In a distinctly Chinese voice, Yang presents the legacy of Western missionaries in a new light. There was an equal amount of respect to both Atheists and Christians.
The title of the book was what got me to read the book in the first place. I would agree that it is an appropriate title since it's literally the whole book is a dialogue between an atheist and christian and neither insulted the others' beliefs3/5.
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UNDERSTAND CHINA through the eyes of a renowned Chinese diplomat's conversations with Luis Palau, American Evangelist. In A Friendly Dialogue between an Atheist and a Christian, Luis Palau, representing the Christian faith, and Zhao Qizheng, representing atheism, present a composite of recorded dialogues held in China in between : Audiobookformat.
Chinese Philosophy, Values, and Culture. An East-West Dialogue. Article. Full-text available If we were to write a book on "The History of Chinese Mathematics," such a work would really be Author: Cheng-Liang Yang. Metaphysical Society in Poland is “The Philosophical Basis of Inter-religious Dialogue”, I should like to focus on Whitehead’s philosophical notion of religion.
My aim is to discuss selected insights in his philosophy with a view to showing how they can provide some kind of philosophical basis and incentive for inter-religious dialogue.
Do you think Chinese philosophy is accessible to a Western audience—an audience that’s unfamiliar with the traditions of Chinese philosophy and how it’s implemented in daily living. I think it is. It’s a little off-putting, at first, because the assumptions, the arguments and the terminology are very different.
Anyway, what the group is missing is a comprehensive list of English and Chinese conversation topics to keep everyone inspired and talking smoothly.
So I have come up with a list of English conversation topics, complete with Chinese translations and pinyin for convenience.Augustine of Hippo was one of the first Christian ancient Latin authors with a very clear anthropological vision, [need quotation to verify] although it is not clear if he had any influence on Max Scheler, the founder of philosophical anthropology as an independent discipline, nor on any of the major philosophers that followed ine has been cited by Husserl and Heidegger as one of the.
A decisive argument in favor of the philosophical nature of traditional Chinese thought is that the Chinese themselves usually denote it with the term zhexue (philosophy) and not zongjiao (religion).
Of course, one could still affirm that these discourses are religious and not philosophical because the Chinese were incapable of understanding Author: Jana S. Rosker.