Journal of Chinese Philosophy (JCP)


The department cooperates in the publication of the Journal of Chinese Philosophy, founded in 1972 by Professor Chung-Ying Cheng. The Journal was founded as an organ for the publication of quality articles in Chinese Philosophy and Chinese-Western Comparative Philosophy for the purpose of developing and cultivating Chinese philosophy as an important area for contemporary philosophical thinking. In the last 36 years, the Journal has published over 1500 articles covering all aspects of Chinese philosophy from ancient to the present day. This has included papers on Yijing, Confucianism, Daoism, Legalism, Name School, Neo-Confucianism, Chinese Buddhism and Contemporary Chinese Philosophy, including Chinese Marxism, the philosophy of logic, metaphysics, epistemology, aesthetics, ethics and political philosophy. JCP features an International Editorial Board of 60+ Consulting Editors with Dr. Linyu Gu as Managing Editor and Associate Editor.