Philosophy East and West vol. 68, no. 1 kicks off the new year with its first release of online book reviews at Project MUSE and the following print articles on comparative Eastern and Western philosophies:
“Striking Similarities”: Ibn Sīnā’s Takhyīl and Kant’s Aesthetic Judgment
by Balqis al-Karaki
Logos and Dao Revisited: A Non-Metaphysical Interpretation
by Steven Burik
A Chinese Way of Thinking
by Mark Gamsa
Hegel and Islam
by M.A.R. Habib
The Rise of Modern Science: Islam and the West
by Maisarah Hasbullah and Mohd Hazim Shah Abdul Murad
Ibn Sīnā’s Solution to Kant’s Challenging View of Existence
by Mirsaeid Mousavi Karimi
The Poetics of the Body in Islamic Mysticism
by Katharine Loevy
Stoics and Daoists on Freedom as Doing Necessary Things
by David Machek
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