Comparative Philosophy: An International Journal of Constructive Engagement of Distinct Approaches toward World Philosophy
Comparative Philosophy is a peer-reviewed, open-access/non-profit international journal of philosophy, with emphasis on the constructive engagement of distinct approaches to philosophical issues, problems, themes from different philosophical traditions (whether distinguished culturally or by style/orientation) for the sake of their joint contribution to the development of philosophy and of contemporary society.
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Current Issue: Volume 14, Issue 1 (2023)
Mexica Monism and Daoist Ethics in the Philosophy of Gloria Anzaldúa
Dreaming Philosophers: The Daoist and the Metaphysician
Kelly S. INGLIS
Ineffability, Emptiness and the Aesthetics of Logic
Ubuntu’s Ontological Account in African Philosophy and its Cross-Tradition Engagement on the Issue of Being versus Becoming
Anthony Chimankpam OJIMBA
How al-Farabi’s Interpretative Method can Engage with Aristotle’s Method in Cognition and Practical Philosophy
Zero, Śūnya and Pūrṇa: A Comparative Analysis
Illuminating Chinese Aesthetics with Kant’s Account of Genius? Possibility and Difficulty
Book Review on Sculpting the Self: Islam, Selfhood and Human Flourishing (by Muhammad Faruque)
International Editorial Board
Editor-in-Chief: Bo Mou (San Jose State University, USA)