Contains the keyword Philosophy

Angle, S. C., & Gordon J. A. (2003).  'Dao' As a Nickname. Asian Philosophy. 13(1), 15. Abstract
Bühler, K. - E. (2003).  Foundations of clinical logagogy. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy. 6(3), 303. Abstract
Cheng, C. -ying (2002).  Preface: - Science, Technology, and Chinese Philosophy. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 29(4), 469. Abstract
Cline, E. M. (2004).  Two Interpretations of De in the Daodejing. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 31(2), 219. Abstract
Cunshan, L. (2001).  Early Daoist and Confucian Relations As Seen from the Guodian Chu Slips. Contemporary Chinese Thought: - Translation and Studies. 32(2), 68.
Defoort, C., & Zhaoguang G. (2002).  The History of Chinese Thought, Part I. Contemporary Chinese Thought: - Translation and Studies. 33(3), 3.
Dukor, M. (2001).  Theistic Humanism--African Philosophical Tradition. Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research. 18(3), 47. Abstract
Findlay, I. (2006).  Traveler in art. Asian Art News. 16, 68. Abstract
Fraser, C. (2011).  Emotion and Agency in Zhuangzi. Asian Philosophy. 21, 97. Abstract
Fraser, C. (2008).  Psychological Emptiness in the Zhuangzi.. Asian Philosophy. 18, 123–147. Abstract
Grange, J., Cheng C. -ying, & Grange J. (2002).  An Irish Tao [Un tao irlandais]. Tao and God. 29(1), 21.
Grange, J. (2002).  An Irish Tao. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 29(1), 21. Abstract
Grippe, E. J. (2002).  Socrates, Plato and the Tao. Philosophy in the Contemporary World. 9(1), 61. Abstract
Guo, Z. (2002).  The Huang-Lao School. Contemporary Chinese Thought: - Translation and Studies. 34(1), 19.
Heitz, M. H. (2002).  A - Commentary to Wertz's Terms in Milindapaha: - A - Taoist Explanatory Note. Southwest Philosophy Review: - The Journal of The Southwestern Philosophical Society. 18(2), 81.
Li, H. (2003).  On Human Nature and Developments in the Dao of Human Administration. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 30(2), 243. Abstract
Ma, L. (2006).  Deciphering Heidegger's Connection with the Daodejing.. Asian Philosophy. 16, 149–171. Abstract
Ma, L., & van Brakel J. (2006).  Heidegger's comportment toward east-west dialogue. PHILOSOPHY - EAST - & WEST. 56(4), 519. Abstract
Moeller, H. - G. (2004).  The Exotic Nietzsche--East and West. Journal of Nietzsche Studies. 28, 57. Abstract
Mou, B. (2003).  Comparative Approaches to Chinese Philosophy. Aldershot: - Ashgate Publishing. Abstract
Neville, R. C. (2001).  Two Forms of Comparative Philosophy. Dao: - A - Journal of Comparative Philosophy. 1(1), 1.
Pu, P. (2000).  New Information from an Old Tomb: - Reading the Guodian Bamboo Slips. Contemporary Chinese Thought: - Translation and Studies. 32(1), 43.
Romaneck, G. M. (2007).  Reading the stoic Epictetus: a manual for leading.. International Journal of Leadership in Education. 10, 227–232. Abstract
Shusterman, R. (2004).  Pragmatism and East-Asian Thought. Metaphilosophy. 35(1-2), 13. Abstract
Tong, L. K. (2001).  The Art of Appropriation: - Towards a Field-Being Conception of Philosophy. Two Roads to Wisdom? - Chinese and Analytic Philosophical Traditions, Mou, Bo (ed); - Mou, Bo.(. 57. Abstract
Tsai, Y. (2008).  Tao {Yuan-Ming's} World of Life and Death. {(Chinese)}. Tsing Hua Journal of Chinese Studies. 38, 327–351. Abstract
Van Norden, B. W. (2002).  The Dao of Kongzi. Asian Philosophy. 12(3), 157. Abstract
Xie, W. (2000).  Approaching the Dao: - From Lao Zi to Zhuang Zi. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 27(4), 469.
Zhao, L., & Roper J. (2011).  A Confucian approach to well-being and social capital development. Journal of Management Development. 30, 740-752. Abstract
Zheng, W. (2010).  Tracing the source of the idea of time in Yizhuan. Frontiers of Philosophy in China. 5(1), 51 - 67. Abstract
Li, X. (2001).  Lost Doctrines of Guan Yin As Seen in the Jingmen Guodian Chu Slips. Contemporary Chinese Thought: - Translation and Studies. 32(2), 55.
Lusthaus, D. (1990).  Retracing the Human-Nature vs. World-Nature Dichotomy in Lao Tzu. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 17, 187-214.
Soich, M. (2010).  East and West: some immanent thoughts on paradigmatic intersection.. Journal of Multicultural Discourses. 5, 271 - 290. Abstract
Han, X. (2009).  Interpreting the Butterfly Dream.. Asian Philosophy. 19, 1 - 9. Abstract
Komjathy, L. (2008).  Mapping the Daoist Body Part One: The Neijing tu in History.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 1, 67 - 92. Abstract
Komjathy, L. (2009).  MAPPING THE DAOIST BODY PART TWO: THE TEXT OF THE NEIJING TU.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 2, 64 - 108. Abstract
Ho, W. - L. (2009).  Daoist Nuns in Taiwan: A Case Study of the Gaoxiong Daode yuan.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 2, 137 - 164. Abstract
Moretz, H. (2009).  The Dao Is Not for Sale.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 2, 167 - 176. Abstract
Winn, M. (2009).  Daoist Methods of Dissolving the Heart-Mind.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 2, 177 - 184. Abstract
Furth, C. (2009).  Exploring Daoist Women's Meditation.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 2, 185 - 192. Abstract
Yang, L., Stoll T., & Mei C. (2009).  Mt. Wudang and Daoism.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 2, 193 - 196. Abstract
Xichen, Lü, & Wang R. (2009).  Research Projects.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 2, 218 - 219. Abstract
Qin, Z., Wang R., Slingerland E., Chao S. -yi, Nadeau R. L., Rothschild N. H., et al. (2009).  Conferences.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 2, 219 - 225. Abstract
Wang, R. (2009).  Kundao 坤道: A Lived Body in Female Daoism. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 36, 277 - 292. Abstract
Ma, L. (2009).  Character of the Feminine in Lévinas and the Daodejing «道德經».. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 36, 261 - 276. Abstract
Liu, Q. (2011).  EMOTIONALES IN CONFUCIANISM AND DAOISM: A NEW INTERPRETATION.. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 38(1), 118 - 133. Abstract
Law, S. S. -mun (2011).  Being in Traditional Chinese Landscape Painting.. Journal of Intercultural Studies. 32, 369 - 382. Abstract
Assandri, F. (2011).  The Yijing and Chongxuan Xue: An Onto-Hermeneutic Perspective.. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 38, 397 - 411. Abstract
Levinovitz, A. J. (2012).  The concept of toy---at play with the Zhuangzi. ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. 238. Abstract
Levinovitz, A. J. (2012).  The concept of toy---at play with the Zhuangzi. ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. 238. Abstract
Chen, Y. - C. (2012).  The idea of nature in the Daoist classic of Liezi. ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. 271. Abstract
Chen, Y. - C. (2012).  The idea of nature in the Daoist classic of Liezi. ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. 271. Abstract