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[Kenan Institute Sponsored Cross-Cultural Workshop] “‘Soft’ and ‘Hard’ Power in Islamic Political Thought” – Dr. Vasileios Syros

Kenan Institute Sponsored Cross-Cultural Workshop
‘Soft’ and ‘Hard’ Power in Islamic Political Thought
Dr. Vasileios Syros
Time: April 27th (Thursday) 12:00-14:00 *
Location: West Duke 08C
* Lunch is provided!
Dr. Vasileios Syros is currently a Maurice Amado Fellow at the Katz Center for Advanced
Judaic Studies at the University of Pennsylvania and a Senior Research Fellow at the Academy
of Finland.


David Wong gave a public lecture, “Soup, Harmony, and Disagreement” at Muhlenberg College

Our scholar David Wong was a Mellon Foundation Humanities Scholar in Residence at Muhlenberg College. There he visited three classes, gave a public lecture, and held a seminar with philosophy faculty on diversifying the philosophy curriculum.

His public lecture is titled, “Soup, Harmony, and Disagreement” (Click the link for the video)


[CCP Workshop] Moral Virtue and the Promotion of Human Welfare: A Confucian Approach

The Center for Comparative Philosophy Invited Workshop Series

Moral Virtue and the Promotion of Human Welfare:

A Confucian Approach








Justin Tiwald

Time: 13:30–15:30 pm  6th April Thursday*

Location: West Duke 101

Commentator: Songyao Ren (Phd Student in Philosophy)


* Lunch is provided!

Justin Tiwald is Associate Professor of Philosophy at San Francisco State University. His recent works include “Zhu Xi’s Critique of Buddhism: Selfishness, Salvation, and Self-Cultivation” (2017) and Neo-Confucianism: A Philosophical Introduction (with Stephen C. Angle, 2017). With Eric L. Hutton, he is co-editor of the translation series Oxford Chinese Thought.