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  • Gadamer and the yijing's language of nature: Hermeneutics and chinese aesthetics
    Journal of Chinese Philosophy 47 (3-4): 174-192. 2020.
    Journal of Chinese Philosophy, Volume 47, Issue 3-4, Page 174-192, September–December 2020.
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    Word Made Flesh—Organic Process: Inner Word in Gadamer
    Journal of Chinese Philosophy 42 (5): 577-588. 2015.
    Interpretations of the inner word overlook the fact that for Gadamer language is both written and spoken and that these two mediums are in a dialectical relation. After disputing Zimmermann’s interpretation of the inner word, the paper uses McLuhan to explain Gadamer’s dialectical method for understanding how thought that comes to language participates in the self-unfolding structure of a living organism. Central to this argument is a turn of the inner ear which in contrast to sensory memory bas…Read more
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    Gadamer and the yijing 's language of nature: Hermeneutics and chinese aesthetics
    Journal of Chinese Philosophy 47 (3-4): 174-192. 2020.
    Journal of Chinese Philosophy, EarlyView.
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    Journal of Chinese Philosophy, EarlyView.
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    This book addresses the alleged divide between the humanities and sciences. Rather than bridging the divide from the side of the sciences and phenomenology, Andrew Fuyarchuk proposes to close the distance with Gadamer’s hermeneutics, liberating the inner word from the theological paradigms and rethinking it in terms of a phenomenology of the senses and cognitive and evolutionary sciences.
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    Introduction: Interpreting Philosophical Classics—Chinese and Western
    Journal of Chinese Philosophy 42 (1-2): 4-9. 2015.
    The essays in this special edition of the Chinese Journal of Philosophy represent a wealth of creativity stemming from the task of making connections between orientations that are geographically, historically and culturally separated from one another. This indicates that there are ways in which to land upon contextualised aspects of universality without any pretense toward universalism. In this respect, Professor Chung-ying Cheng’s onto-generative hermeneutics informs many of the ideas that find…Read more