Yuan Ai (Tsinghua University)
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– Project involved: History of Logic in China.
– Interests: Rhetoric in Ancient China; Early Chinese Ethics;
– Most relevant publications:
- “Silence in Early China,” Early China 44. Forthcoming 2021.
- “Laughter in Early China,” Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies. Forthcoming 2021.
- “Timeliness in the Huainanzi,” in Dao and Time – Classical Philosophy, edited by Livia Kohn, Saint Petersburg: Three Pines Press, 2021: 177-193.
- “Courage and Well-Being in the Zhuangzi,” in Science, Religion & Culture, guest edited by Owen Flanagan and Wenqing Zhao, Vol.6, no.1, 2019: 85-95.
- “If Moral Experts, What Do They Tell Others? Answers for Dilemmas from Early Chinese Expertise Zhuangzi and Confucius,” in Moral Expertise: New Essays from Theoretical and Clinical Perspectives, edited by Jamie Carlin Watson and Laura Guidry-Grimes, New York: Springer, 2018: 143-156.