ROGER T. AMES 安樂哲
Department of Philosophy
University of Hawai'i
2530 Dole Street
Honolulu, HI 96822
808 956 7288 (O)
808 956 9228 (F)
12 December 1947
University of London (SOAS) 1975-78 Ph.D.
Tokyo University of Education 1973-75
Osaka University of Foreign Studies
University of British Columbia 1970-73 M.A.
National Taiwan University 1970-72 M.A.
University of British Columbia 1967-70 B.A.
Double Honors (Philosophy/Chinese)
Chinese University of Hong Kong 1966-67
University of Redlands 1965-66
Classical and modern Chinese
French (reading knowledge)
University of Hawai'i
Department of Philosophy 1978-present
Asian Studies Development Program 1990-present
(A partnership between the University of Hawai'i and the East-West Center to assist American educators in infusing Asian content into the undergraduate core curriculum.)
Philosophy East & West
Assistant Editor 1978-1987
China Review International
Department of Philosophy Fall, 2008
Chinese University of Hong Kong
Department of Philosophy Spring, 2008
Department of Philosophy Fall, 2006
Department of Philosophy Spring 2006
Department of Philosophy 2001-2002
Center for Chinese Studies 1991-1999
Chinese University of Hong Kong Spring, 1993
Department of Philosophy
Eu Tong Sen Distinguished Professor
Cambridge University 1986-87
National Taiwan University 1983-84
Department of Philosophy
GRANTS AND AWARDS
As Co-director of the Asian Studies Development Program, a partnership between UH and the East-West Center over the past 18 years, I have been a principal in acquiring multiple grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities, Fulbright-Hayes, Freeman, Luce, Korea Foundation to host a series of residential institutes on topics such as “The Silk Road,” “Chinese Politics and Religion,” “Comparative Philosophy,” “Chinese Culture and Civilization,” “Chinese Philosophy and Religion,” “Reading Chinese Classics,” and so on.
1999 Honorary Doctor of Letters (D. Litt), University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus
1990 Regent’s Medal for Excellence in Teaching, University of Hawai'i
Chinese University of Hong Kong, Department of Philosophy
Hong Kong University, Department of Philosophy
National Taiwan University, Department of Philosophy
University of Texas at El Paso, Department of Philosophy
Australia National University, Department of Oriental Studies
University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies
University of British Columbia, Department of Asian Studies
University of Sydney, Department of East Asian Studies
McGill University, Department of Asian Studies
Murdoch University, Department of Philosophy
Southern Illinois University, Department of History
National University of Singapore, Department of Chinese Studies
EDITORIAL BOARDS AND SERIES EDITORSHIPS
University of Hawai'i Press, 1987-present
St. Petersburg Journal of Oriental Studies
Journal of Chinese Philosophy
Piping shehui kexue lunkan (Critical Social Science)
Chinese Studies in Philosophy
The Humanities (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
International Sinology 國際漢學
China Scholarship 中國學術
Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies
Hybridity: Journal of Cultures, Texts and Identities
Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences
State University of New York Press, “Chinese Philosophy and Culture” series. Over 100 titles to date.
Peking University Press, “Translation Series of Recent Literature in American Philosophy,” edited with Sun Youzhong 孫有中and Peng Guoxiang彭囯翔. Includes many of the most important secondary sources on pragmatism.
Peking University Press, “Translation Series of Prominent Western Authors on Confucianism,” edited with Wen Haiming 溫海明. Includes many of the more influential Western publications on Confucianism.
Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Press, “Leading Overseas Studies on Confucianism Series,” edited with Peng Guoxiang彭囯翔. Translation of contemporary Western studies of Chinese religiousness into Chinese.
Clare Hall, Cambridge: Life Fellow
Shanghai Consortium for Comparative Philosophy:
Distinguished Research Associate
Beijing University Center for Research in Chinese Affairs:
Distinguished Research Associate
INVITED PUBLIC LECTURES
Invited lectures in America at universities and institutions such as Harvard, Brown, Princeton, Penn, Wesleyan, Stanford, Davis, UT Austin, Berkeley, Boston; in Europe at Cambridge, London, Charles, Russian Academy of Sciences, Leiden, Tallinn, Hamburg; in Asia at Beijing, Fudan, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, Tsinghua, Wuhan, National Taiwan, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, National University of Singapore, Hanyang, India International Center, Indian Institute of Philosophical Research, Sydney, Massey, Australia National, Auckland, Otago.
The Classic of Family Reverence: A Philosophical Translation of the Xiaojing 孝經. With Henry Rosemont, Jr. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2009. Chinese translation by He Jinli何金俐 for Peking University Press, forthcoming.
Meaning, Image, and Word: Reading Xu Bing edited with Tsao Hsingyuan (Albany NY: State University of New York Press, forthcoming).
Educations and Their Purposes: A Conversation Among Cultures. Edited with Peter Hershock. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2008.
Confucian Cultures of Authority edited with Peter Hershock (Albany: State University of New York Press, 2006).
Ziwo de yuancheng: Zhongxi hujingxia de gudian ruxue yu daojia 自我的圓成: 中西互鏡下的古典儒學與道家 (Self-consummation: Classical Confucianism and Daoism within the Mirror of East and West). Edited by Peng Guoxiang 彭國翔. Hebei University Press, 2006.
Korean language translations of Thinking Through Confucius (Gongjarul tonghae Sanggakhag), Anticipating China (Junggukul Gidarimui) trans. Yeoungyu Park, and Thinking From the Han (Hannarul tonghae Sanggakhagi) trans. Sangim Lee. Seoul: Ehak Publishing, forthcoming.
Dongyang cholhok, Sam kwa Changjoseong—Ha I bu dong: Sungkyunkwan Daehak e so bigyeo cholhak Gan (Eastern Philosophy, Life, and Creativity—Harmony rather than Sameness: Lectures on Comparative Philosophy at Sungkyunkwan University) translated and edited by Chang Wonsuk (Seoul: Sungkyunkwan University Press, 2005).
Mengzi de renxing guandian 孟子的人性觀 (Mencius’s Notion of Human Nature) ed. with Jim Behuniak (Beijing: Social Science Documentation Publishing House, 2005).
Daodejing: Making This Life Significant (with David L. Hall). New York: Ballantine, 2003. Chinese language translation as Dao buyuan ren 道不遠人: 比較哲學視域中的老子 He Jinli 何金俐 (trans) Xing Wen 邢文(editor) (Beijing: Xueyuan Press, 2004).
Technology and Cultural Values: On the Edge of the Third Millennium ed. with Peter Hershock and Marietta Stepaniants (Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2003).
He er butong: bijiao zhexue yu zhongxihuitong 和而不同: 比較哲學與中西會通 (“Harmony not Sameness”: Comparative Philosophy and East-West Understanding). Edited by Wen Haiming 溫海明(Peking: Peking University Press, 2002). Revised and expanded version 2009.
Focusing the Familiar: A Translation and Philosophical Interpretation of the Zhongyong with David L. Hall (Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 2001).
Two Lectures in Comparative Philosophy: Chinese and Western Culture. Program for Research of Intellectual-Cultural History, College of Humanities and Social Science, National Tsing Hua University (Taiwan), 1999.
The Aesthetic Turn: Reading Eliot Deutsch on Comparative Philosophy (ed.) in “The Critics and Their Critics” series (La Salle, IL: Open Court, 2000).
The Democracy of the Dead: Confucius, Dewey, and the Hope for Democracy in China with David L. Hall (La Salle, IL: Open Court, 1999). Chinese language translation as Xianxian de minzhu: Duwei, Kongzi, yu Zhongguo minzhu zhi xiwang 先賢的民主: 杜威，孔子，與中國民主之希望by He Gangqiang 何剛強 (Peking: Jiangsu renmin chubanshe, 2004).
The Confucian Analects: A Philosophical Translation based on the Dingzhou Manuscripts with Henry Rosemont, Jr. (New York: Ballantine [an imprint of Random House], 1998).Chinese language translation as Lunyu de zhexue quanshi 論語的哲學詮釋 (trans.) Yu Jin (editor) Zheng Jiadong (Beijing: China Social Science Publishing House, 2003).
Tracing Dao to its Source with D.C. Lau (New York: Ballantine [an imprint of Random House] 1998).
Wandering at Ease in the Zhuangzi ed. (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1998).
Thinking from the Han: Self, Truth, and Transcendence in Chineseand Western Culture with David L. Hall (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1998). Chinese language translation as Han zhexuesiwei de wenhua tanyuan 漢哲學思維的文化探源by Shi Zhonglian 施忠連 (Nanjing: Jiangsu Peoples' Press, 1999).
Self as Image in Asian Theory and Practice ed. with Thomas P. Kasulis and Wimal Dissanayake (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1998).
Sun Pin: The Art of Warfare with D.C. Lau (New York: Ballantine [an imprint of Random House], 1996). Reprinted as Sun Bin: The Art of Warfare (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 2002). Sun Pin: A Arte Da Guerra with D.C. Lau. Portuguese translation of Sun Pin: The Art of Warfare by Cristina Bazan (Rio De Janeiro: Editora Record, 1999).
Self and Deception: A Cross-Cultural Philosophical Enquiry ed. with Wimal Dissanayake (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1996).
Anticipating China: Thinking through the Narratives of Chinese and Western Culture with David L. Hall (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1995). Chinese language translation as Qiwang Zhongguo 期望中國: 中西哲學文化比較 (trans.) Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences (Shanghai: Xuelin Press, 2005).
Emotions in Asian Thought: A Dialogue in Comparative Philosophy ed. with Joel Marks (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1994).
Self as Person in Asian Theory and Practice ed. with Thomas P. Kasulis and Wimal Dissanayake (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1994).
Sun-tzu: The Art of Warfare (New York: Del Ray [an imprint of Random House], 1993). Sun-tzu: De kunst van het oorlogvoeren (Utrecht: Kosmos-Z&K Uitgevers, 1994). Dutch translation by Anders Pieterse. Reprinted in The Book of War: Sun-tzu’s The Art of War and Karl Von Clausewitz’s On War edited by Caleb Carr (New York: Modern Library, 2000). Reprinted by the Folio Society, London 2007 with a preface by Rupert Smith.
Self as Body in Asian Theory and Practice ed. with Thomas P. Kasulis and Wimal Dissanayake (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1993).
Interpreting Culture Through Translation: A Festschrift for D.C. Lau ed. with Chan Sin-wai and Ng Mau-sang (Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 1991).
Nature in Asian Traditions of Thought: Essays in Environmental Philosophy ed. with J. Baird Callicott (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1989 .
Thinking Through Confucius with David L. Hall (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1987). Chinese language translations as Kongzi zhexue siwei 孔子哲學思微by Jiang Yiwei 將弋為 and Li Zhilin 李志林, (Nanjing: Jiangsu Peoples Press, 1996), and as Tongguo Kongzi er si 通過孔子而思 by He Jinli 何金俐 (Beijing: Peking University Press, 2005).
The Art of Rulership: A Study in Ancient Chinese Political Thought University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu, 1983. Reprinted with a forward by Hal Roth (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1994). Chinese language translation as Zhushu: Zhongguo gudai zhengzhi yishu zhi yanjiu 主術: 中國古代政治藝術之研究by Teng Fu 騰復 (Beijing: Beijing University Press, 1995).
Lao Tzu: Text, Notes and Comments translated and adapted by Rhett Young and Roger T. Ames from a popular edition by Chen Guying 陳鼓應 , Chinese Materials Center, Inc., San Francisco, 1977, second printing (hardback and paper), 1981.
Zhongguo zhexue wenti 中國哲學問題 (Problems in Chinese Philosophy), Taibei: Commercial Press, 1973.
“Re-iconizing Artifacts: Using the Curriculum to Recontextualize Asian Art.” Reading Asian Art: Windows to Asia in College Collections. Edited by Joan O’Mara and Paul Nietupski. Ann Arbor: Association of Asian Studies, forthcoming.
“Were the Early Confucians Virtuous?” (with Henry Rosemont, Jr.) in Ethics in Early China. Edited by C. Fraser, D. Robbins, and T. O’Leary. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, forthcoming. Chinese language translation in 中華國學研究 edited by Liang Tao 梁濤, forthcoming.
“Introduction” to Liezi: An Anthology. Edited by Ronnie Littlejohn and Jeffrey Dippman. Albany: State University of New York Press, forthcoming.
“War, Death and Ancient Chinese Cosmology: Thinking Through the Thickness of Culture.” Mortality in Ancient Chinese Thought. Edited by Amy L. Olberding and Philip J. Ivanhoe. Albany: State University of New York Press, forthcoming.
“Tang Junyi and the Very Idea of Confucian Democracy,” Democracy as Culture: Deweyan Pragmatism in a Globalizing World, edited by Sor-hoon Tan and John Whalen-Bridge (Albany: State University of New York Press, 2008). Chinese language translation as 唐君毅 和儒家民主觀” by Wen Haiming 溫海明and Wang Qinghong 王慶泓. in Rulin 儒林 Volume 1 number 1 (2005); reprinted in Confucianism and Postmodernism 儒學與后現代. Edited by Huang Zhuoyue 黃卓越 (Shijiazhuang: Henan Peoples’ Press, 2008).
“Reading Xu Bing’s Book from the Sky: A Case Study in the Making of Meaning,” Reading Xu Bing, edited by Tsao Hsingyuan (Albany: State University of New York Press, forthcoming). Chinese language translation as读徐冰《天书》——研究意义创造的个案 by He Jinli何金俐 in Guangdong meishuguan 廣東《 美術館》(2007 A 輯) Guangdong Art Gallery 2007 Volume A.
“The Great Commentary 大傳 and Chinese Natural Cosmology.” In 周易經傳的形成與易學詮釋 (The Formation of the Yijing and the Hermeneutics of Yijing Studies). Edited by Zheng Jixiung 鄭吉雄(Dennis Cheng). Forthcoming.
“What is Confucianism?” In What is Confucianism? Edited by Wonsuk Chang and Leah Kalmanson. Albany: State University of New York Press, forthcoming.
“The Confucian Worldview: Uncommon Assumptions, Common Misconceptions.” Texts and Contexts: The Art of Infusing Asian Thought and Culture. Edited by David Jones and Ellen Klein. Albany: State University of New York Press, forthcoming.
“Collaterality in Early Chinese Cosmology: An Argument for Confucian Harmony as creatio in situ” in Between Confucius and Mencius: The Impact of Newly Discovered Texts on Understanding the Formative State of Chinese Philosophy. Edited by Xing Wen and Robin Yates. Berkeley: The Institute of East Asian Studies, forthcoming. 境生”儒家之“和”中国早期宇宙论中的“协重”(collaterality) 思想 (Chinese translation of “Collaterality in Early Chinese Cosmology: An Argument for Confucian Harmony as creatio in situ” by 何金莉) in Xing Wen ed. Rethinking Confucianism: Selected Papers from the Third International Conference on the Excavated Chinese Manuscripts, Mount Holyoke College, April, 2004. Special issue of International Research on Bamboo and Silk Documents Newsletter Vol 5 No 2, 2006, pp. 9-21. Reprinted in 龐朴教授八十壽長紀念文集(A Festschrift on the Eighth Birthday of Professor Pang Pu) edited by Wang Shouchang 王守常 and Yu Jin (Beijing: Zhonghua shuju, 2008).
“Paronomasia: A Confucian Way of Making Meaning.” Confucius Now: Contemporary Encounters with Confucius. Edited by David Jones. La Salle, IL: Open Court, 2008. “Paronomasia: A Confucian Way of Making Meaning.” (in Chinese). Chinese Philosophy in the English Speaking World. Edited by Jiang Xinyan. Renmindaxue chubanshe, forthcoming.
“Rosemont’s China: ‘All Things Swim and Glimmer’.” Polishing the Chinese Mirror: Essays in Honor of Henry Rosemont, Jr. Edited by Ronnie Littlejohn and Marthe Chandler. ACPA Series of Chinese and Comparative Philosophy. (New York: Global Scholarly Publications, 2008).
“Becoming Practically Religious: A Deweyan and Confucian Context for Rortean Relgiousness,” Morality, Human Nature, and Metaphysics: Rorty Responds to Confucian Critics, edited by Huang Yong (Albany: State University of New York Press, 2008).
“Human Exceptionalism versus Cultural Elitism: Three in the Morning, Four at Night.” A Communion of Subjects: Animals in Religion, Science, and Ethics, edited by Paul Waldau and Kimberley Patton. >Columbia University Press, 2007
“’Getting Rid of God’: A Prolegomenon to Dialogue between Chinese and Western Philosophy in an Age of Globalization.” Dialogue of Philosophies, Religions and Civilizations in the Era of Globalization. Edited by Zhao Dunhua. Washington DC: The Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, 2007.
“行於五常：人之為人 (Human Beings), 抑或人之成人 (Human Becomings)?” (Acting on the Five Proper Conducts: Human Beings or Human Becomings?) 儒學文化研究 (Research on Confucian Culture) Volume 1. Edited by Guo Qiyong 郭齊勇. Peking: Xinhua Bookstore, 2007. Reprinted in Zhongguo Ruxue 中國儒學 Volume 3. Edited by Wang Zhongjiang 王中江 and Li Cunshan 李存山.
“Twentieth-Century Chinese Philosophy” in The Edinburgh Companion to Twentieth-Century Philosophy. Edited by Constantin Boundas. (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2007). American edition: Columbia University Press.
“’The Way is Made in the Walking:’ Responsibility as Relational Virtuosity” in Responsibility. Edited by Barbara Darling-Smith. (Lanham MD: Lexington Books, 2007).
“從懷特海談起，在閱讀中重建孔子(In Whitehead’s Wake: Reading Confucius to Reconstruct Confucius)” in 探根尋源: 新一輪中西哲學比較研究論集 (Seeking the Source: Studies from a New Turn in Comparative Philosophy).” Edited by Yu Xuanmeng 俞宣孟 and He Xirong 何錫蓉 (Shanghai: Shanghai Translation Press: 2005).
“Making This Life Significant: The Serious Business of Creativity (or ‘There is a crack in everything; that’s how the light gets in’).” Metaphilosophy and Chinese Thought: Interpreting David. Hall. Edited by Ewing Chinn and Henry Rosemont, Jr. ACPA Series of Chinese and Comparative Philosophy (New York: Global Scholarly Publications, 2005).
“Confucianism and Deweyan Pragmatism: A Dialogue (in English) in Comparative Ethics in a Global Age. Edited by Marietta Stepanyants (Moscow: Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, 2007. (in Russian)” in Moral Philosophy in the Context of a Multiplicity of Cultures. Edited by Marietta Stepanyants. (Moscow: Academy of Sciences Oriental Literature Publishers, 2004). (in Chinese) 儒學與杜威的實用主義: 一種對話 (Confucianism and Deweyan Pragmatism: A Dialogue). Translated by 彭國祥(Peng Guoxiang).全球化與文明 對話(Globalization and Dialogue of Civilization) Harvard-Yenching Academic Series (Nanjing: Jiangsu jiaoyu chubanshe, 2004). 儒學與杜威的實用主義：一種對話 (Confucianism and Deweyan Pragmatism: A Dialogue) in 一位真正的美國哲學家：美國學者論杜威 ( A True American Philosopher: American Scholars on Dewey). Translated by 彭囯翔Peng Guoxiang. Edited by 王成兵 Wang Chengbing. (Beijing: China Social Sciences Press, 2007).
Translation of “Introduction” to The Analects in 採掇英華：劉殿爵教授論著中譯集(D.C. Lau: English Writings Rendered into Chinese) Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 2004.
“A Pragmatist Understanding of Confucian Democracy” Part I: “John Dewey’s Second Asian Mission” and Part II: “Dewey, Confucius, and the Enchantment of the Social World” (with David L. Hall) in Confucianism for the Modern World edited by Daniel Bell and Chaibong Hahm, Cambridge University Press, 2003. (in Chinese) 杜威實用主義與儒學的對話” (“A Dialogue between Dewey’s Pragmatism and Confucianism) in迎接新的文化轉型時期：跨文化對華叢刊1-16輯選篇(Greeting a New Era of Cultural Reform: Selected Essays from Transcultural Dialogue 1-16). Translated by 溫海明Wen Haiming. Edited by乐黛云等(Yue Daiyun et al) (Shanghai: Shanghai wenhua chubanshe, 2006).
“Li 禮 and the A-theistic Religiousness of Classical Confucianism” in Confucian Spirituality, ed. Tu Wei-ming and Mary Evelyn Tucker. New York: Crossroads Press, 2003.
“Observing Ritual ‘Propriety (li 禮)’ as Focusing the ‘Familiar’ in the Affairs of the Day” in Thinking Outside the Box, edited by Douglas W. Shrader. Oneonta: Oneonta Philosophical Studies, 2002.
“Thinking Through Comparisons: Analytical and Narrative Methods for Cultural Understanding” in Thinking Through Comparisons: China and Greece, ed. Stephen Durrant et al. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2001.
“New Confucianism: A Native Response to Western Philosophy” in Chinese Political Culture, edited by Hua Shiping (Armok, New York: M.E. Sharpe, 2001).
“Sexism, with Chinese Characteristics” (with David L. Hall) in The Sage and the Second Sex: Confucianism and Feminism, edited by Li Chenyang (La Salle, IL: Open Court, 2001).
“The Local and the Focal in Realizing a Daoist World” in Daoism and Ecology: Ways within a Cosmic Landscape, edited by N.M. Giradot, James Miller, and Xiaogan Liu (Cambridge Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2001).
“Mencius and a Process Notion of Human Nature” in Alan K.L. Chan and Jiuan Heng (eds.) Mencius: Contexts and Interpretations (Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 2001).
“Introduction” to Family as Metaphor in Chinese Culture, edited by Howard Giskin and Bettye Walsh, (Albany: SUNY Press, 2001).
“Rites as Rights: The Confucian Alternative” reprinted in Ourselves and Others: Global Perspectives on Morality, edited by Jehanne Anabtawi. Seven Bridges Press, 2000.
“Chinese Political Culture and Social Progress” in Arms Control in the Asia- Pacific Region, edited by Thomas D. Miller and Jeffrey A. Larsen. Colorado Springs: USAF Institute for National Security Studies, 1999.
“Death as Transformation in Classical Daoism” in Death and Philosophy, ed. Jeff Malpas and Robert C. Solomon (London and New York: Routledge, 1998).
“Rujia xueshou yu shehui jinbu 儒家學説與社會進步” (Confucianism and Social Development) in Guoji ruxue yanjiu 國際儒學研究 (Beijing: Zhonguo shehui kexue chubanshe, 1997).
“Dewey, China, and the Democracy of the Dead” in Democracy and Justice (with David L. Hall) ed. Ron Bontekoe and Marietta Stepaniants (Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 1997).
“Yukyo wa Sahoe palchon” (Confucianism and Social Development) in Kim Chung'yol and Kung-Fan ed. Tongyang sasang kwa Sahoe palchon (Asian Thinking and Social Development) (Seoul: Tong-A Daily News, 1996).
“The Focus-Field Self in Classical Confucianism” in Self as Person in Asian Theory and Practice ed. Roger T. Ames with Thomas P. Kasulis and Wimal Dissanayake, State University of New York Press, 1993. Excerpted in Introduction to World Philosophies ed. Eliot Deutsch. New York: Prentice Hall, 1996.
“Introduction” to Confucius Speaks: The Way of Benevolence adapted and illustrated by Tsai Chih-chung and translated by Brian Bruya (New York: Anchor Books/Doubleday, 1996).
“Contemporary Chinese Philosophy” and “The Chinese Conception of Selfhood” in A Companion to World Philosophies ed. Eliot Deutsch and Ron Bontekoe (Oxford: Blackwell, 1997).
“Remembering Tim Pokora” in A Festschrift for Tim Pokora ed. Vena and Zdenek Hrdlicka (Praha: 1995).
“The Focus-Field Self in Classical Confucianism”“in This is Man. Ed. P. Gurevich et al. Moscow: Vishaya Schola, 1995.
“Mengzi zhexuezhong zhixu zhi weijuexing 孟子哲學中秩序之未決性” (Mencian Philosophy and the Underdeterminacy of Order)“ (trans. Tian Chenshan 田辰山) in Mengzi sixiang de zhexue tantao 孟子思想的哲學探討 (A Philosophical Inquiry into the Thought of Mencius) ed. Li Ming-hui 李明輝 (Taibei: Academia Sinica, 1995).
“A Framework for Exploring the Hong Kong-Guangdong Link” (with R. Yin-Wang Kwok) The Hong Kong-Guangdong Link: Partnership in Flux Reginald Yin-Wang Kwok and Alvin Y. So (ed.) Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 1995.
“Readings in Chinese Philosophy” (with David L. Hall), in World Philosophy: A Text with Readings ed. R. Solomon and K. Higgins (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1995).
“Confucian Friendship: The Road to Religiousness” (with David L. Hall) in The Changing Face of Friendship ed. LeRoy Rouner (Notre Dame: Notre Dame University Press, 1994).
“Bushido: Mode or Ethic?” reprinted in Japanese Aesthetics and Culture: A Sourcebook ed. Nancy G. Hume (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1994).
“Chinese Sexism: A Propaedeutic” in Feminism: East, West, Russia (in Russian) ed. M.T. Stepaniants. (Moscow: Nauka Oriental Literature Publishers, 1993).
“Chinese Rationality: An Oxymoron?”(in Russian) in Rationalistic Tradition and Modernity vol. 3 China eds. M.T. Stepaniants and V. Zaitsev (Moscow: Nauka Oriental Literature Publishers, 1993).
Department of Culture and Communication, Shenchou University (ed.) “Lixing, guanlianxing yu guocheng yuyan 理性，關係性，與囯成語言 ” (Rationality, Correlativity, and the Language of Process) translated by Ruan Hui 阮燴for Wenhua yu Chuanbo 文化傳播(Culture and Communication) (Shanghai: Shanghai Culture Press, 1993).
“Roger T. Ames: Becoming a Comparative Philosopher” in David Karnos et al (ed.), Falling in Love with Wisdom: American Philosophers Describe Their Journey into Philosophy (Oxford University Press, 1993). Chinese translation by Wen Haiming 溫海明as 我的比較哲學之路 in Academy 學園 no. 12 (2001 no. 2), and in Kua wenhua duihua 跨文化對話 (Transcultural Dialogue) 7 (September 2001).
“Chinese Philosophy: The Confucian World Order” with David L. Hall, in From Africa to Zen: An Introduction to World Philosophy ed. R. Solomon and K. Higgins (Savage, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 1993).
“The Focus-Field Self in Classical Confucianism” in God-Man-Society in the Traditional Societies of the East: A Comparative Study (in Russian), ed. Marietta Stepaniants (Moscow: Nauka Press, 1993).
“Prolegomena to a Confucian Epistemology” in Culture and Modernity: East-West Philosophical Perspectives ed. Eliot Deutsch, (Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1991).
“Virtus (te) and Will to Power: Two Doctrines of Self Transformation” in Nietzsche and Asian Thought ed. Graham Parkes (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991).
“Reflections on the Confucian Self: A Response to Fingarette” in Rules, Rituals, and Responsibility: Essays Dedicated to Herbert Fingarette, edited Mary I. Bockover (La Salle: Open Court, 1991).
“The Meaning of Body in Classical Chinese Philosophy,”(revised from International Philosophical Quarterly, March, 1984) in Self as Body in Asian Theory and Practice edited by Thomas P. Kasulis, Roger T. Ames and Wimal Dissanayake (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1992).
“The Mencian Conception of renxing 人性 : Does it Mean ‘Human Nature’?” in Chinese Texts and Philosophical Contexts: Essays Dedicated to Angus C. Graham ed. Henry Rosemont, Jr. (La Salle: Open Court, 1991).
“From Confucius to Xunzi: An Ambiguity of Order in Classical Confucianism” in Interpreting Culture Through Translation: A Festschrift in Honor of D.C. Lau ed. Roger T. Ames, Chan Sin-wai and Ng Mau-sang (Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 1991).
“Getting the te Back into Taoism,” in Nature in Asian Traditions of Thought: Essays in Environmental Philosophy ed. J. Baird Callicott and Roger T. Ames (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1989).
“Rites as Rights: The Confucian Alternative” (or “Taking Rites Seriously”) in Human Rights and the World’s Religions ed. Leroy S. Rouner, (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1988).
“Confucius and the Ontology of Knowing,” in Interpreting Across Boundaries, ed. G. Larson and Eliot Deutsch, (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1988).
“Taoism and the Androgynous Ideal”, in Women in China, ed. Richard W. Guisso and Stanley Johannesen, Philo Press, Youngstown, 1981. (pp. 21‑46).
DICTIONARIES AND ENCYCLOPEDIAS
Review editor for 78 “East Asian Philosophy” entries, Encyclopedia Britannica, (Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc., 2000).
Subject editor for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean philosophy entries (110 entries), and author of the “signpost” entry on “East Asian Philosophy,” for Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy (London: Routledge, 1998).
Yao Xinzhong (editor) Encyclopedia of Confucianism (London: Curzon Press, 2003). Entry on “Confucius.”
A.S. Cua (editor) Encylopedia of Chinese Philosophy (New York: Garland Publishing, 2003). Entries on “Confucius,” “chih 知 (to know, to realize),” “yin-yang 陰陽,” “fa 法 (law, legalism, dharma),” “Tung Chung-shu 董仲舒.”
Edward Craig (general editor) Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy (London: Routledge, 1998). 15 entries on Chinese philosophy (10 with David L. Hall), including “Chinese philosophy,” “Daoist philosophy.” Major entries reprinted in Edward Craig (editor), The Shorter Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy (New York: Routledge, 2005).
Robert Audi (editor) The Cambridge Dictionary of Philosophy (Cambridge University Press, 1993). 12 entries on Chinese philosophy, with R.P. Peerenboom.
Chan Sin-wai and David E. Pollard (editors) An Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Chinese-English/English-Chinese Translation (Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 1992). Article on “Translating Chinese Philosophy.” Chinese language translation as 中國哲學的翻譯問題” by He Jinli 何金俐. Positions 立場 (Spring 2006).
Lawrence C. Becker (ed.) Encyclopedia of Ethics (New York: Garland Publishing, 1991, rev. 2002). Articles on “Lao Tzu,” “Chuang Tzu,” and “Taoist Ethics.”
Living Chinese Philosophy. 100 minutes. New York: Distributed by Insight Media, 2007.
Confucius: A Biography.
Sun-tzu: The Art of Warfare.
ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS
“當代西方的過程哲學與中國古代哲學 (Contemporary Western Process Philosophy and Classical Chinese Philosophy). 中國思想史前沿 (The Cutting Edge of the History of Chinese Thought). Edited by 梁濤 (Liang Tao). Xian: Shanxi Shifandaxue Press, 2008.
“孔子對道的理解” (Confucius’s Understanding of dao). Translated by 彭囯翔 (Peng Guoxiang). 中國思想史前沿 (The Cutting Edge of the History of Chinese Thought). Edited by 梁濤 (Liang Tao). Xian: Shanxi Shifandaxue Press, 2008.
“What Ever Happened to Wisdom? A Confucian Philosophy and ‘Human Becomings’” Special Festschrift issue of Asian Major in honor of Nathan Sivin. Edited by Michael Nylan, Henry Rosemont Jr., and Li Waiyee. Third Series, Volume XXI Part I (2008) “智慧怎麽了？人之為人、抑或人之成為人？(Whatever Happened to Wisdom? ‘Human Beings’ or ‘Human Becomings?’) Translated by Yu Yixian 俞懿嫻譯 In Universitas 先貸學苑 June 2007.
“家庭問題：儒家多元主義與奧林匹克精神” (Family Matters: Confucian Pluralism and the Olympic Spirit). 學術研究 (Journal of Academic Studies). No. 2 (2008).
“Family Reverence (xiao) as the Source of Consummatory Conduct (ren)” (with Henry Rosemont, Jr.). Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy Vol VII No 1 (Spring 2008).
“Using English to Speak Confucianism: Some Insights of Antonio S. Cua on the Confucian ‘Self’.” Edited by Shen Qingsong. Journal of Chinese Philosophy: Special Issue. Vol 35 no 1 January 2008.
“把文本变成自己的：原原本本地阅读中国哲学之反思(Making a Text One’s Own: Reflections on Reading Chinese Philosophy Properly).” Transcultural Dialogue跨文化對華叢刊 22, “Special Issue on Global Research on Confucianism.” Reprinted in Boston Confucianism. Edited by Huang Wansheng. Harvard-Yenching/Jiangsu Educational Press, 2008.
“The Meaning of Body in Classical Chinese Philosophy 古典中國哲學中身體的意義” Trans. Liu Yan 劉燕, Chen Xia 陳霞, and Peng Guoxiang 彭囯翔. World Philosophy 世界哲學2006.5.
“Prolegomena to a Confucian Epistemology 儒學知識論引論” in Zhongguo Ruxue 中國儒學 Edited by Chinese Confucian Society 中華孔子學會No. 1, 2006.
“The Common Ground of the Uncommon Person in Classical Confucianism and Daoism 古典儒家與道家修身之共同基礎.” Trans. Liu Yan 劉燕, Chen Xia 陳霞, and Peng Guoxiang 彭囯翔. Chinese Culture Research 中國文化研究2006.3 (縂第53 期).
“Confucianism and Pragmatism 儒學思想與實用主義” (with David L. Hall) in Greeting a New Era of Cultural Reform: Selected Essays from Transcultural Dialogue 1-16 迎接新的文化轉型時期：跨文化對華叢刊1-16輯選篇 Edited by Yue Daiyun et al 乐黛云等 (Shanghai: Shanghai wenhua chubanshe, 2006).
“Collaterality in Early Chinese Cosmology: An Argument for Confucian Harmony as creatio in situ” in Taiwan Journal of East Asian Studies 臺灣東亞文明研究學刊， Vol 2 no. 1, June 2005.
“A Response to Critics 對批評的回應 “ in Seeking Truth 求是學刊 2005:2.
“Getting Past the Eclipse of Philosophy in World Sinology: A Response to Eske Mollgaard” in Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy Vol IV No 2 (Summer 2005).
“Indigenizing Globalization and the Hydraulics of Culture: Taking Chinese Philosophy on its own Terms” in Globalizations 2 (2004). “Indigenizing Globalization and the Hydraulics of Culture: Taking Chinese Philosophy on its own Terms. Chinese translation: 全球化的本土與文化傳承—還中國哲學以本來面目Kua wenhua duihua 跨文化對話(Transcultural Dialogue), 2005. “全球化的本土化與文化傳承—還中國哲學以本來面目(Indigenizing Globalization and the Hydraulics of Culture: Taking Chinese Philosophy on its own Terms”) trans. by Wang Hong 汪泓in 比較文學與世界文學：樂黛云教授七十五華誕特輯(Comparative Literature and World Literature: A Festschrift in Honor of Professor Yue Daiyun’s Seventy-fifth Birthday). Edited by Yang Naiqiao 楊乃喬. Peking University Press, 2005. Icelandic translation by Bödvar Yngyi Jacobsson and Geir Sigurdsson: “Heimhvörf hnattvǽdingar og uppstreymi menninga: Kínverskri heimspeki tekid á eigin forsendum” in Hugur 20, AR, 2009.
“A Response to the Critics” in a special “Author Meets Critics” issue of Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy Vol III No 1 (2004) devoted to our Focusing the Familiar: A Translation and Philosophical Interpretation of the Zhongyong.
“Making This Life Significant: The Serious Business of Creativity (or ‘There is a crack in everything; that’s how the light gets in’)” (Chinese translation by Wen Haiming). Zhongguo xueshu Volume 4 no. 4 (2003).
“Confucianism and Deweyan Pragmatism: A Dialogue.” Journal of Chinese Philosophy No. 30 (October 2003).
“Zhongyong xinlun: zhexue yu zongjiao de quanshi 中庸新論: 哲學與宗教的詮釋.” Chinese translation of part of the introduction of Focusing the Familiar: A Translation and Philosophical Interpretation of the Zhongyong by Peng Guoxiang 彭國祥。 中國哲學史History of Chinese Philosophy No. 39 (2002.3).
“Confucianism and Deweyan Pragmatism: A Dialogue.” Zhexuemen 哲學門 (Beida Journal of Philosophy) Vol 5 Special Issue, April 2004.
“Li 禮 and the A-theistic Religiousness of Classical Confucianism.” East- West Connections: Review of Asian Studies Volume 2 (2002).
“Observing Ritual ‘Propriety (li 禮)’ as Focusing the ‘Familiar’ in the Affairs of the Day” in Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy 2 (June 2002).
“Rujia sixiang yu shiyongzhuyi 儒家思想與實用主義(Confucian Thought and Pragmatism) with David L. Hall.” Kua wenhua duihua 跨文化對話(Transcultural Dialogue) 7 (September 2001).
Translation of the “Introduction” to Sun Pin: The Art of Warfare in Jianbo yanjiu 簡帛研究 2001 (Research on the Silk and Bamboo Manuscripts 2001). Edited by Li Xueqin 李學勤and Xie Guihua 謝桂華 Guilin: Guangxi Normal University Press, 2001.
“Ping Zhongguo sixiangzhong daojia lilun 評中國思想中的道家理論 (A Review of A Taoist Theory of Chinese Thought) in International Sinology (Guoji Hanxue 國際漢學):3 (1999).
“Li 禮 and the A-theistic Religiousness of Classical Confucianism” (Chinese translation) in 中國學術 China Scholarship 1:2 (Fall 2000). Republished in East-West Connections: Review of Asian Studies Volume 2 (2002).
“New Confucianism: A Native Response to Western Philosophy” in China Studies 中國研究 5 (Hong Kong, 1999).
“The Cosmological Setting of Chinese Gardens” (with David L. Hall) in Studies in the History of Gardens & Designed Landscapes: An International Quarterly Volume 18 no 3 (July-September 1998). Translated as 中國園林的宇宙論背景by Gu Kai 顧凱in 園林與建築Gardens and Architecture. Edited by Tong Ming童,明Dong Yugan董豫贛, and Ge Ming葛明. Beijing: 中國水利水電出版社-知識產權出版社China Water Conservancy and Electricity Press and Intellectual Property Press, 2009.
“Chayi bijiao yu gotong lijie: dangdai xifangxuezhe yanjiu zhongguozhexue de qingxiang yu zhangai 差異比較與勾通理解: 當代西方學者研究中國哲學的傾向及障礙 (Uncommon comparisons, common understandings: Directions and obstructions in the study of Chinese philosophy by contemporary Western scholars).” In Shidai yu sichao 時代與思潮 (The Times and Trends of Thought) 6 (Shanghai: Xuelin chubanshe, 1998). Reprinted in Academy 學園 no. 12 (2001 no. 2)
“Zhongguoshi de chaoyue: yanghuo guigui xiangtuo yizhi wuqiong 中國式的超越: 抑或龜龜相駝以至無窮 (Chinese Transcendence, or Turtles all the way Down)” in Ruxue de xiandai fansi 儒學的現代反思edited by Xiao Zhenbang 蕭振邦 (Taibei: Wen Lu Publishing, 1997).
“Shilun dongxifang wenhua de jiehe 式論東西方文化的結合 (On the reconciliation of Eastern and Western cultures).” In Shidai yu sichao 時代與思潮 (The Times and Trends in Thought) 5 (Shanghai: Xuelin chubanshe, 1997).
“On the Very Possibility of Comparative Philosophy” in Filosofscie nauki (in Russian) (Philosophical Studies) 1997:2.
“Kefou tongguo Kongzi er si? 可否通過孔子而思” (Can we think through Confucius?) (with David L. Hall) in Dushu 讀書1996:5.
“Luelun Meiou de Zhongkuo zhexue yanjiu chingxiang 略論美歐的中國哲學研究傾向(Directions in Western Research on Chinese Philosophy)” in Korean Society for Chinese Studies Chinese Studies No. 37, 1997.
“Continuing the Conversation on Chinese Human Rights” in Ethics and International Affairs No. 11 April, 1997.
“Remembering Tim Pokora” in Archiv orientalní 63 (1995:2).
“Chinese Philosophy: A Philosophical Essay on the State-of-the-Art” (with Lin Tongqi and Henry Rosemont, Jr.) in Journal of Asian Studies Vol. 54:3 (August 1995). Chinese language translation in Xueshu sixiang pinglun 學術思想評論 (Fall, 2005).
“Nietzsche and Asian Thought: A Response to Chad Hansen, David Karnos, and Graham Parkes” in International Studies in Philosophy 25:2 (Summer 1993).
“Philosophy of History” (translated from The Art of Rulership) in Piping shehui kexue lunkan 批評社會科學論刊 (Critical Social Science) 2 (October 1992).
“Culture and the Limits of Catholicism: A Chinese Response to Centesimus Annus” (with David L. Hall) in Journal of Business Ethics 12:955-963, 1993.
“Chinese Rationality: An Oxymoron?” in Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research Volume IX Number 2 (September-December 1992).
“Pluralism and Protest: The Chinese Experience” in China Report 27:2 (1991):101-114.
“Shilun dongxi wenhua de jiehe式論東西方文化的結合” (On the reconciliation of East-West culture) translated by Li Zhilin 李志林 for Shidai yü sichao 時代與思潮 5 (1991).
“Rationality, Correlativity and the Language of Process,” (with David L. Hall), The Journal of Speculative Philosophy, Vol. V, No. 2 1991.
“Against the Greying of Confucius–Responses to Gregor Paul and Michael Martin,” (with David L. Hall), Journal of Chinese Philosophy, October, 1991.
“Introduction” to Special Issue: Environmental Ethics, Philosophy East and West 37:2 (Apr 1987).
Chinese translation of “The Meaning of Body in Classical Chinese Philosophy,” by Li Xiaobing (first pub. International Philosophical Quarterly, March, 1984) in Zhongguo zhexue yanjiu 1986:1: 100-109.
“Taoism and the Nature of Nature,” in Environmental Ethics 8:4 (January, 1986).
“Kongzi sixiang zhong ‘shengren’ gainian qianshi 孔子思想中聖人概念淺釋,” Proceedings of International Conference on Chinese Philosophy, National Taiwan University, November, 1985.
“The Common Ground of Self‑cultivation in Classical Taoism and Confucianism,” Tsinghua Journal, 1985.
“Kongzi sixiang zhong zhi zongjiaoguan 孔子思想中之宗教觀” (Religiousness in the thought of Confucius) E Hu 鵝湖 113, September, 1984.
“Kongzi sixiang zhong ‘yi’ gainian hanyi de zai qiantao 孔子思想中義概念含義的再淺討” (A reexamination of the meaning of the concept “yi” in the philosophy of Confucius), Shixue pinglun 史學評論(Chinese Historical Review), No. 8, July, 1984, with David L. Hall.
“On the Contingency of Confucius' Emergent Tao,” Zhexue lunping 哲學論評 (National Taiwan University Philosophical Review), No. 8, July, 1984.
“Religiousness in Classical Confucianism: A Comparative Analysis,” Asian Culture Quarterly 12:2, Summer, 1984.
“Shutu tong gui: quanshi Kongzi sixiang de sanxiang jiben yushe jiading 殊途同歸: 詮釋 孔子思想的三項基本預設假定” (An explication of three basic assumptions in the thought of Confucius), Dalu zazhi 大陸雜誌 (Continent) 65:5, May, 1984, with David L. Hall.
“The Meaning of Body in Classical Chinese Philosophy,” International Philosophical Quarterly, March, 1984.
“Coextending Arising (te) and Will to Power: Two Doctrines of Self‑transformation”, Journal of Chinese Philosophy (11:2) June, 1984.
“Getting It Right: On Saving Confucius from the Confucians,” David L. Hall and Roger T. Ames, Philosophy East and West (34:1) January, 1984.
“Is Political Taoism Anarchism?”, Journal of Chinese Philosophy (10:1) March, 1983. (pp. 27‑48).
“Taoism and the Androgynous Ideal”, Historica Reflections/Reflections Historiques (8:3) Fall 1981. (pp. 21‑46).
“‘The Art of Rulership’ chapter of Huai Nan Tzu: A Practicable Taoism”, Journal of Chinese Philosophy (8:2) June, 1981. (pp. 225‑244).
“Wu‑wei in ‘The Art of Rulership’ chapter of Huai Nan Tzu: Its sources and philosophical orientation”, Philosophy East and West (31:2) April, 1981. (pp. 194‑213).
“A Response to Fingarette on Ideal Authority in the Analects”, in Journal of Chinese Philosophy (8:1) March, 1981 (pp. 51‑57).
“Huainanzi ‘Zhushu pian de ’fa‘ guannian 淮南子主術篇的法觀念 (The Concept of penal law in the "Zhushu” chapter of Huainanzi) in Dalu zazhi 大陸雜誌 (Continent) 61:4 October, 1980. (pp. 1‑10).
“Bushido: Mode or Ethic?” in Traditions 10, November, 1979. (pp. 59‑79).
“Lao‑Zhuang zhexue yu Chanzong xinlingguan bijiao 老莊哲學與禪宗心靈觀比較” in Yanjiusheng 研究生, Taiwan National University, June, 1972.
“Tian zai Kongzi sixiangzhong suo fenyan de caise 天在孔子思想中” in Daxue luntan 大學論壇 33, April, 1972.
“Zhexue siwei yu kexue siwei 哲學思維與科學思維” in Xiandai xueyun 先貸學苑(Universitas) (9:2) February, 1972.
“Xinxi Zhuangzi sixiangzhong de xinti yu xianxiang 新析莊子思想中的心体與現象” in Dalu zazhi 大陸雜誌 (44:1) January, 1972.
“Mozi de tian guannian yu Yesu xunyi zhi bijiao 墨子的天觀念與耶穌之比較” in Tiansheng 天聲 (Echo of the Han) (1:4‑5) December, 1971.
“Foxue yu Zhongguo zhexue guanxi zhi bijiao zhi er: Jizang jiaoyu sanzhong erti de guannian 佛學與中國哲學關係之比較之二: 吉藏教義三种二諦的觀念” in Wenyi fuxing 文藝復興 (Renaissance)18, June, 1971.
“Lu Xiangshan de guannian di xin 陸象山的觀念的心” in Tiansheng 天聲 (Echo of theHan) (1:2) May, 1971.
“Zhuangzi xin guannian jieshi 莊子心觀念解釋” in Dalu zazhi 大陸雜誌 (42:10), May, 1971.
“Foxue yu Zhongguo zhexue guanxi luelun zhi yi: Seng Zhao yanjiu 佛學與中國哲學關係略論之一: 僧肇研究” in Wenyi fuxing 文藝復興 (Renaissance) 16, April, 1971.
“Xunzi dui tian de guannian 荀子對天的觀念” in Wenyi fuxing 文藝復興(Renaissance) 13, January, 1971.
ARTICLES IN OTHER PERIODICALS
“Confucian Harmony (he 和) as creatio in situ,” The Harmony and Prosperity of Civilizations: Selected Papers of Beijing Forum (2004). Peking: Peking University Press, 2005.
“Li 禮 and the A-theistic Religiousness of Classical Confucianism” in The Exquisite Corpse: The Selected Proceedings of the Second Annual North Georgia Student Philosophy Conference. Edited by C. Aflague, J. Sweeny, D. Jones (New York: Global Scholarly Publications).
Excerpt from “Reading Xu Bing’s Book from the Sky: A Case Study in the Making of Meaning” (2005 ASIANetwork Conference Keynote Address) in The ASIANetwork Exchange Newsletter Vol. 13 no. 1 (Fall 2005).
“孔子对道的理解(Confucius’s Understanding of dao)” in 中國思想史研究通訊 (Newsletter of Research on the History of Chinese Thought, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences) No. 5.
“文化對話的意義 (The Meaning of Cultural Dialogue)” in 中文自學指導 (A Guide to Self-study in Chinese Literature) 5/2004.
“當代西方的過程哲學與中國古代哲學 (Contemporary Western Process Philosophy and Ancient Chinese Philosophy)” in 中國思想史研究通訊 (Newsletter of Research on the History of Chinese Thought, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences) No. 3.
“Interview with David Jones,” Education About Asia Vol 9 no 4 (Fall 2004).
“Zhuangzi” and “The Philosophy of Zhuangzi” in Calliope: Exploring World History (October 2000).
“An Interview with Roger T. Ames and Elizabeth Buck on the Asian Studies Development Program” in Education About Asia 4:3 (Winter 1999).
“The Meaning of Life: Roger Ames on a Chinese approach” in Philosophy Now, Issue 24, Summer 1999.
“The Confucian World View: Uncommon Assumptions, Common Misconceptions” (1997 ASIANetwork Conference Keynote Address) in The ASIANetwork Exchange Newsletter Vol. 5, no. 2 (October 1997):30-39.
“Kosmos in the Han Dynasty” in European Association of Chinese Studies: Selected Papers of the 10th Biannual Conference Lucie Borotová, editor (Prague, 1994).
“Forward” to Hoyt Cleveland Tillman, Ch'en Liang on the Public Interest and its Relation to Laws (Honolulu: Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy Monograph Series, University of Hawai'i Press, 1994).
“China and the West: Some Uncommon Assumptions” in Chinese Social Relationships: The Ideal vs. the Real, (Honolulu: Center for Chinese Studies, 1988).
“Protest and Order: The Confucian Experience” in Protest in the Chinese Tradition ed. D.W.Y. Kwok (Honolulu: Center for Chinese Studies, Occasional Papers, No. 2, 1989)
“Calligraphy as Ritual Action” in Humanities News (Newsletter of the Hawaii Commission for the Humanities), January 1989.
“Philosophy for Children,” in Humanities News (Newsletter of theHawaii Commission for the Humanities) (6:1) March 1985.
“Zhongguo sixiangshi guoji yantaohui houji 中國思想史國際研討會後記” (Reflections on the International Symposium on Chinese Intellectual History at Tsinghua University, Dec, 1984) in Hanxue yanjiu tongxun 漢學研究通訊 (Newsletter for Research in Chinese Studies) Vol 4 No 1, Jan 1985.
“Comparative Philosophy,” in Humanities News (Newsletter of the Hawaii Commission for the Humanities) (5:3) June‑July, 1984.
“The Chinese Conception of Self” in Humanities News (Newsletter of the Hawaii Commission for the Humanities) (2:2) Spring, 1981.
“Living Chinese Philosophy” (2 hour documentary). Insight Media. 2007.
“Great Books: The Art of War.” The Learning Channel. Discovery Channel. 1996.
“Confucius: Words of Wisdom” (50 min). A&E Biography Channel No. AAE-14222 Distributed by New Video. 1996.
Francois Jullien. The Propensity of Things: Toward a History of Efficacy in China. Trans. Janet Lloyd. New York: Zone Books, 1995. China Review International 3:1 (Spring 1996).
Li Zehou, The Path of Beauty: A Study of Chinese Aesthetics (Hong Kong: Oxford University Press, 1994) in The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism (Spring 1997).
D.C. Lau (trans), Confucius: The Analects (Lun yü) (Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 1992) in China Review International 1:2 (Fall, 1994).
Chad Hansen, A Daoist Theory of Chinese Thought (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992) in Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies, 54:2 (December 1994).
Robert E. Allinson (Editor), Understanding the Chinese Mind: The Philosophical Roots (Hong Kong: Oxford University Press, 1989) in China Quarterly 1993.
Rodney L. Taylor, The Religious Dimensions of Confucianism (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1990) in The Journal of Asian Studies, February, 1992.
Charles Le Blanc, Huai‑nan Tzu (Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 1985) in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, 1988.
Dennis Twichett and Michael Loewe, Cambridge History of China, Vol. I (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987) in Times Higher Education Supplement, January 22, 1988.
Allyn Rickett, Guanzi: Political, Economic and Philosophical Essays from Early China, A Study and Translation Volume I (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1985) in Journal of Oriental Studies, 1987.
Henry Rosemont, Jr. (ed.), Explorations in Early Chinese Cosmology (Chico, California: Scholars Press, 1984) JAAR Thematic Studies 50/2 in Philosophy East and West 38 no. 1 (January 1988).
A.S. Cua, The Unity of Knowledge and Action: A Study in Wang Yang‑ming’s Moral Psychology, in Idealistic Studies Vol XV/no 1/ Jan 1985.
Christoph Harbsmeier, Aspects of Classical Chinese Syntax in Journal of the Institute of Chinese Studies Vol XV, 1984, Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Loewe, Chinese Ideas of Life and Death in Journal of Asian Studies Vol XLIII No 1, Nov 1983.
Graham, Chuang‑tzu: Inner Chapters and Other Writings in Journal of Asian Studies Vol XLII No 3, May 1983.
Rosemont Jr. and B. Schwartz, Journal of the American Academy of Religion Thematic Issue: Studies in Classical Chinese Thought, Sept. 1979, Vol. 47, No. 35 in Philosophy East and West (32:3), July 1982.
Tu Wei‑ming, Neo‑Confucian Thought in Action in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies (University of London), Vol. XLI, Part 2, 1978.
Julia Ching, To Acquire Wisdom: The Way of Wang Yang‑ming in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies (University of London), Vol. XL, Part 2, 197