Value and selfhood: pragmatism, Confucianism, and phenomenology
Neville, R. C.
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Citation (published version)RC Neville. 2017. "Value and Selfhood: Pragmatism, Confucianism, and Phenomenology." Journal of Chinese Philosophy, v. 42, issue 1-2, pp. 197 - 212 (15).
This article articulates a dialogue between Edward Casey, Cheng Chung‐ying, and me that began at the Eastern Division annual meeting in Philadelphia of the American Philosophical Association, in a session sponsored by the International Society for Chinese Philosophy. There, we read brief versions of the papers presented in this issue and commented on one another. Casey represented Continental phenomenology, Cheng the Chinese tradition as he has developed it into onto‐generative hermeneutics, and I the melding of American pragmatic and Confucian traditions that I have been developing.
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