History of Logic in Contemporary China (1949–2021)
Keywords:logic, history of logic, Contemporary China
The second special issue on logic in the Asian Studies journal, this special issue will be one of first such issues focusing on development of research on logic in contemporary China (PRC) published in English in a Western scholarly journal. Moreover, the great majority of the contributions collected in this issue were authored by the leading Chinese researchers in the relevant subfields of logic, from philosophers of logic to established experts in branches of logic such as mathematical logic, inductive logic and so on.
Fung, Yiu-ming, ed. 2020. Dao Companion to Chinese Philosophy of Logic. New York, London: Springer.
Johnston, Ian, and Wang Ping, trans. and annot. 2019. The Mingjia and Related Texts: A Bilingual Edition. Hongkong: The Chinese University of Hong Kong Press.
Kurtz, Joachim. 2011. Discovery of Chinese Logic. Leiden, Boston: Brill.
Liu, Fenrong, Jeremy M. Seligman, and Zhai Jingcheng, eds. 2023 (forthcoming). Handbook of Logical Thought in China. New York, London: Springer.
Mou, Bo, ed. 2018. Philosophy of Language, Chinese Language, Chinese Philosophy. Leiden, Boston: Brill.
Suter, Rafael, Lisa Indraccolo, and Wolfgang Behr, eds. 2020. The Gongsun Longzi and Other Neglected Texts. Berlin: De Gruyter.
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