The Chinese model of peace differs fundamentally from that pursued by western nations.
The pain of grief is part of human existence. Daoist and Confucian philosophy can help find meaning in grief.
Might we enjoy our homes more if their rooms were characterised by their sense of loftiness or intimacy or cheerfulness or melancholy rather than lifeless labels such as 'media room' or 'home office'?
Among the top 50 philosophy departments in the U.S., only four have a member of their regular faculty teaching Chinese philosophy. Why is this problematic?