Zhao Tingyang

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Zhao Tingyang (Chinese: 赵汀阳; born 1961 in Guangdong, China), Chinese Philosopher.

Biography[edit]

Zhao Tingyang graduated from Renmin University of China and Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, and now is a researcher at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

His works are mainly on Metaphilosophy, Ethics and political philosophy topics.

In 2005, he published 'The Tianxia System: An Introduction to the Philosophy of a World Institution'. His latest book 'Investigations of the Bad World: Political Philosophy as First Philosophy' was published in 2009.

Partial Book list in Chinese[edit]

  • "On Possible Life",1994,2004
  • "One or All Problem", 1998
  • "The World without a World-view", 2003
  • "The Tianxia System: An Introduction to the Philosophy of a World Institution", 2005
  • "Investigations of the Bad World: Political Philosophy as First Philosophy", 2009
  • "First Philosophy: From cogito to facio", 2012

Academic articles[edit]

  • Zhao Tingyang. 2012. The ontology of coexistence: From cogito to facio. Diogenes 57:4, (228): 27-36
  • Zhao Tingyang and Yan Xin. 2008. The self and the other: An unanswered question in Confucian theory. Frontiers of Philosophy in China 3, (2): 163-176
  • Zhao Tingyang. 2009. Ontology of coexistence. Diogène 228, (4): 35-49
  • Zhao Tingyang. 2009. A political world philosophy in terms of All-under-Heaven (tian-xia). Diogenes 56, (1): 5-18, 140
  • Zhao Tingyang. 2006. Rethinking empire from a Chinese concept 'All-under-Heaven' (tian-xia). Social identities 12, (1): 29-41
  • Zhao Tingyang. 2007. 'Credit human rights': A non-western theory of universal human rights. Social sciences in China XXVIII, (1): 14-26
  • Zhao Tingyang. 2005. On the best possible golden rule. Social sciences in China XXVI, (4): 12-22

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