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This Is The Way is a podcast on Chinese philosophy, exploring philosophical themes by reflecting on significant Chinese texts and through interviews with scholars of Chinese thought. We aim to offer discussions that are informative and accessible to a broad audience.Please email us at: ChinesePhilosophyPodcast@gmail.com and follow us on X @ChinesePhilPod

This Is The Way: Chinese Philosophy Podcast Richard Kim and Justin Tiwald

    • Education
    • 5.0 • 11 Ratings

This Is The Way is a podcast on Chinese philosophy, exploring philosophical themes by reflecting on significant Chinese texts and through interviews with scholars of Chinese thought. We aim to offer discussions that are informative and accessible to a broad audience.Please email us at: ChinesePhilosophyPodcast@gmail.com and follow us on X @ChinesePhilPod

    Episode 4: Persuasion

    Episode 4: Persuasion

    In this episode we discuss the topic of persuasion by exploring a dialogue between Confucius and his disciple Yan Hui in Chapter Four of the Zhuangzi. Among the questions we explore are: (1) Is persuading someone who disagrees with you even possible? (2) Under what conditions might someone be persuaded to a different viewpoint? (3) What is the concept of "fasting of the mind" as presented by Confucius? (4) What kind of power do philosophical arguments possess? Show notes: We used the tra...

    • 1 hr 36 min
    Episode 3: Oneness

    Episode 3: Oneness

    In this episode we explore the fascinating topic of Oneness with our guest Philip J. Ivanhoe, a distinguished scholar and translator of East Asian philosophy. Join the discussion of episode 3 here!We thank Lena Li (LI La 李拉 ) for her expert editing and sound engineering. We also thank the blog Warp, Weft & Way for hosting the discussion for this episode.Co-hosts:Richard Kim's websiteJustin Tiwald's website

    • 1 hr 27 min
    Episode 1: Detachment

    Episode 1: Detachment

    In this episode we introduce ourselves and explore the concept of detachment, focusing especially on the Zhuangzi (Chuang Tzu 莊子), a classical Chinese text.Want to continue the discussion? Need links to some of the sources mentioned? Go to the support page for this episode on Warp, Weft, and Way.We thank Lena Li (LI La 李拉 ) for her expert editing and sound engineering. We also thank the blog Warp, Weft & Way for hosting the discussion for this episode.Co-hosts:Richard Kim's websiteJustin ...

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Episode 2: Shame

    Episode 2: Shame

    In this episode we interview Dr. Jing Iris Hu (HU Jing 胡婧), an associate professor at Concordia University in Canada. The central concept we explore is shame as represented in Confucian texts. Dr. Hu offers a nuanced defense of the value of Confucian shame and what it may play in our ethical lives. Please check out Dr. Hu's article, "Shame, Vulnerability, and Change" (Journal of the American Philosophical Association, 2022) to learn more.Join the discussion of episode 2 here!We thank Lena Li ...

    • 1 hr 12 min

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