Why are most Asian societies having a hard time justifying liberalism?
We need ideologies, but how can we set ourselves free from them?
Why can’t evidence, reason, and morality work? And what’s wrong?
Why Mengzi thinks that human nature is good.
Zhuangzi’s critique of debates, arguments, disagreements, and discourse.
The ethics of belief: Can we really choose what we want to believe?
If it’s morally wrong to condemn an innocent life to death, then it’s also morally wrong to procreate.
Does moral psychology really have a say in normative ethics?
Why is philosophy so hard to diversify? And what can we do about it?
A foundation for moral behavior found in our inherent emotions.
What would Zhuangzi say about our contemporary way of life?
A defense of Confucian partialist ethics.
I was once asked about the origins of the universe. So, here I am doing philosophy. Ethics | Intellectual History | Chinese Comparative Philosophy
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