World Philosophies

This book series is dedicated to exploring the rich philosophical traditions and inventive spirit of contemporary philosophy in non-western countries and cultures around the globe. The series aims to publish the most original and distinguished work that will advance plural traditions and promote cosmopolitan interaction between philosophers and their work on a global scale. Works considered for the series will include, but will not be limited to, historical and theoretical studies that serve to forward and reconstruct the terrain and scope of philosophical interrogation when and where it occurs. Works that consider the influence and impact of Western philosophy on world philosophies and vice versa will also be considered. Types of books published will include (again, without imposing limits and in no particular order): philosophical biographies, anthologies, original philosophical work, translations, surveys, and histories. Inquiries may be addressed to: Dee Mortensen, Editorial Director, mortense@indiana.edu.

Bret W. Davis, D. A. Masolo, and Alejandro Vallega, editors
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Emptiness and Omnipresence

An Essential Introduction to Tiantai Buddhism

Brook A. Ziporyn

Paperback  $35.00 
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Heaven and Earth Are Not Humane

The Problem of Evil in Classical Chinese Philosophy

Franklin Perkins

Paperback  $35.00 
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Law and the Public Sphere in Africa

La Palabre and Other Writings

Jean Godefroy Bidima, Translated and edited by Laura Hengehold

cloth  $40.00 
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The Mutual Cultivation of Self and Things

A Contemporary Chinese Philosophy of the Meaning of Being

Yang Guorong, Foreword by Hans-Georg Moeller
Translated by Chad Austin Meyers

Paperback  $45.00 
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Nishida Kitarō's Chiasmatic Chorology

Place of Dialectic, Dialectic of Place

John W. M. Krummel

cloth  $60.00