The 4th BK21 Research Group of the Korean Philosophy Department of Confucianism and Oriental Studies - summer Wednesday luncheon lecture
The 4th BK21 Research Group of the Korean Philosophy Department of Confucianism and Oriental Studies will hold a summer Wednesday luncheon lecture.
The Wednesday luncheon lecture is one of the major projects promoted by this research group as a lecture that focuses on various topics discussed in Oriental philosophy during the vacation.
We invited Professor Philip J. Ivanhoe, a professor at Georgetown University and a chair professor at our university's College of Confucian Studies and Eastern Philosophy, and Daniel Kapust, a professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, to organize the lecture.
I hope you have a good opportunity to broaden your academic horizons by studying how Western scholars approach Eastern philosophy and what conclusions they draw.
We ask for great interest and participation.
The first lecture will be held from 10:00 to 12:00 on Wednesday, June 8th, and will be held face-to-face every Wednesday for a total of four sessions
Please refer to the detailed schedule below.
Philip J. Ivanhoe
Selfishness and Self-Centeredness
Understanding Traditional Chinese Philosophical Texts
(Univ. of Wisconsin)
"Writing an Independent People: Jae-Pil Seo and the Formation of Modern Korea“