Lectures

Lecture by Professor Zhang Weihong: “The Kungfu Process of Wang Yangming’s Embodied Pre-reflective Conscience”

Lecture by Professor Zhang Weihong: “The Kungfu Process of Wang Yangming’s Embodied Pre-reflective Conscience”

Invited by the Institute of Advanced Humanistic Studies (IAHS) of PKU, Professor Zhang Weihong, a Visiting Scholar of IAHS and Professor at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Humanities (IASH) of SUN YAT-SEN University, gave a wonderful lecture on “The Kungfu Process of Wang Yangming’s Embodied Pre-reflective Conscience” on Apr. 21, 2017 at Peking University. …


Lecture by Stephen C. Angle: “Progressive Confucianism and Contemporary Society”

Lecture by Stephen C. Angle: “Progressive Confucianism and Contemporary Society”

Invited by IAHS, Stephen C. Angle, Philosophy Professor at Wesleyan University and Berggruen Scholar of Department of Philosophy at Tsinghua University, delivered a fascinating lecture on “Progressive Confucianism and Contemporary Society” on April 7, 2017 at Peking University. The Lecture was hosted by Professor Ni Peimin, Executive Vice Director of IAHS, and commented by Professor …


Lecture notice:Prof. FAN Ruiping: The Way of Virtue: Introduction to a Chinese Culture-based Bioethics

Lecture notice:Prof. FAN Ruiping: The Way of Virtue: Introduction to a Chinese Culture-based Bioethics

Topic: The Way of Virtue: Introduction to a Chinese Culture-based Bioethics Time and Date: March 27, 2017 (Monday), 18:30-20:30  Location: Room 204, Science Teaching Building, Peking University    Lecturer: Prof. FAN Ruiping BM, Ph.D., is Chair Professor of Bioethics and Public Policy in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences at the City University …


Prof. NI Peimin: Confucia Philosophy of Kungfu

Prof. NI Peimin: Confucia Philosophy of Kungfu

NI Peimin Confucian Philosophy of Kungfu Lecture Series Confucian Philosophy of Kungfu lecture series will systematically introduce the profound influence of how Confucian classics interpret Confucian philosophy from Song-Ming Neo-Confucianism’s Kungfu perspective, while helping students understand the constructive functions of Confucian philosophy in the contemporary world philosophy. Time: Every Thursday, 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., from Mar.16 2017 Location: Room …


Lecture notice:Prof. Stephen Angle: Progressive Confucianism and Contemporary Society

Lecture notice:Prof. Stephen Angle: Progressive Confucianism and Contemporary Society

  Topic: Progressive Confucianism and Contemporary Society Time & Date: April 7, 2017, Friday 18:30-21:00 Location: Room 422, Teaching Building 2, Peking University   Lecturer: Prof. Stephen Angle 2016-2017 Berggruen Scholar at Tsinghua University Department of Philosophy, Professor and Former Director of Wesleyan University Department of Philosophy, and Former Director of College of East Asia Studies; Angle’s research …


Feb. 24:’Prof. ZHAI Zhenming: The Warning Limits between Visual Reality and Human Civilization’

Feb. 24:’Prof. ZHAI Zhenming: The Warning Limits between Visual Reality and Human Civilization’

  Prof. ZHAI Zhenming: The Warning Limits between Visual Reality and Human Civilization Time and Date:  3 p.m. to 5 p.m., February 24, 2017 (Friday)   Location:  Room 108, Bldg. 1, Lee Shau-kee Humanities, Peking University   Lecturer: Prof. ZHAI Zhenming Professor of the Department of Philosophy at Sun Yat-sen University Director of the Human-Machine …


May 12 and 13 WIEB will host the 2014 Dialogue of Confucian Entrepreneurs

On May 12 and 13, 2014 WIEB will host the 2014 Dialogue of Confucian Entrepreneurs   May 12th (Monday): Day of Lectures Topic: The Role Model of Confucian Entrepreneurs and East Asian Civilizations Summary: “Confucian Entrepreneurs” not only emerge from the traditions of East Asian businessmen, but also encompass local knowledge that have modern and …


Léon Vandermeersch on the Conception of History in Chinese Thought (7/24/13)

Léon Vandermeersch on the Conception of History in Chinese Thought (7/24/13)

  Title: Quelle conception de l’histoire s’est-elle construite dans la pensée chinoise? Time: 15:00–17:00, July 24, 2013 Location: 207 The Third Teaching Building, PKU Moderator: Prof. Tu Weiming Organizer: Institute for Advanced Humanistic Studies & World Ethics Institute Beijing   About the speaker: Léon Vandermeersch, born in 1928, is a renowned French sinologist. He studied …


Riccardo Pozzo: “Rethinking the History of Philosophy within an Intercultural Framework” (7/12/13)

Riccardo Pozzo: “Rethinking the History of Philosophy within an Intercultural Framework” (7/12/13)

  Time: 15:00–17:00, July 12, 2013 Location: Meeting Room, Department of Philosophy, PKU Moderator: Prof. Tu Weiming Organizers: Institute for Advanced Humanistic Studies & World Ethics Institute Beijing   About the speaker: Riccardo Pozzo received his M.A. from the University of Milan in 1983, his Ph.D. from Universität des Saarlandes in 1988, and his Habilitation from Università di …


Frank Ching Lectures on “What is Chinese?” (7/24/13)

Frank Ching Lectures on “What is Chinese?” (7/24/13)

  Time: 10:00–12:00, July 24, 2013 Location: Room 207, The First Teaching Building, PKU Moderator: Prof. Tu Weiming Organizer: Institute for Advanced Humanistic Studies & World Ethics Institute Beijing   About the speaker: Frank (Francis D. K.) Ching, born in 1943, is a widely recognized author on architectural and design graphics. Ching’s books have been hugely …


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