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The Biennial CHARLES WEI-HSUN FU-ISCP Essay Contest in Asian Philosophy

Three prizes of $2,000 each are offered for the best essays in the area of Asian philosophy, two awards for graduate students of begining faculty (within five years of receipt of the Ph.D.), one each in Chinese and English, as well as one award for a senior scholar. Awardees are required to attend the biennial conference of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy conference to present their winning essays.

Decisions will be rendered by separate panels of scholars, drawn from the membership of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy. Funding (up to $1000) also will be provided for the winners to travel to the biennial ISCP conference.

The 2007 conference is scheduled for Wuhan, People's Republic of China.

ELIGIBILITY
The contest is open to

  1. Young scholars beginning their careers, such as graduate students or assistant professors within five years of receipt of their Ph.D.), as well as independent scholars of comparable standing. Awardees are required to send a conference submission to ISCP and attend the conference to present the winning essay.
  2. Senior scholars in need of funding to attend the conference.

SUBMISSIONS
Three copies of the essay (double-spaced, 12 point Times Roman font), should be sent directly to the Fu Foundation office. Previously published papers are not acceptable. SUBMISSIONS SHOULD NOT EXCEED 5000 WORDS OR 2O PAGES (excluding notes and bibliography).

DEADLINE:
October 15, 2006

JUDGING CRITERIA
The purpose of the contest is to encourage young scholars who show promise of making important contributions to the study and development of Chinese philosophy or Asian philosophy related to Chinese thought. Submissions will be evaluated on the following criteria:

  1. CREATIVITY: original philosophical insights, such as East-West comparisons.
  2. COHERENCE: a cogent, well-argued presentation.
  3. SCHOLARSHIP: competence in dealing with philosophical texts and interpretations.

The CHARLES WEI-HSUN FU Annual Essay Contest in Field-Being Philosophy and Non-Substantialist Thought.

Each of the two winners recieves an award of $1000, plus transportation to the conference (up to $500), with board and lodging at the conference provided by IIFB($450):

*2003 conference cancelled
2002 AWARDEES
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KYOO E. LEE, PH.D.
London, England
"The Madness of Measuring Madness: Revisiting Foucault vs. Derrida in Descartes's Madmen as a Field-Being Issue"
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PROFESSOR JINMEI YUAN
Department of Philosophy, Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska U.S.A.
"Exploring the Logical Space in the Patterns of Classical Chinese Mathematical Art"
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PROFESSOR YOURU WANG
Rowan University, Glassboro, New Jersey U.S.A.
"Dao Must Flow Freely—The De-substantalization of Buddha Nature in the Platform Sutra"

2001 AWARDEES
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WANG QINGJIE
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
"Heng and the Temporality of Dao: Heidegger and Laozi"
Joint Prize
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FRANZ RIFFERT
University of Salzburg, Austria
"On Non-Substantialism in Psychology: Convergencies BetweenWhitehead and Piaget"
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JIN Y. PARK
American University, U.S.A.
"Politicizing Kung-an:
Zen Buddhism and Julia Kristeva's Feminist Poetics"
Honorable Mention
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WENYU XIE
Fuller Theological Seminary, Arcadia, California
"The Field of Possibility: Zhuangzi and Kierkegaard"

2000 AWARDEES
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ROBERT ELLIS
University of Lancaster, Department of Philosophy,UK
"Lakatos and Non-Dualistic Ethics"
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SIMON JAMES
University of Duram, Department of Philosophy,UK
"Awakening to Language in Heidegger and Zen"
Honorable Mention
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In Life and Death Studies
MAJA MILCINSKI
Universa v Ljubljana, Filozofska Fakulteta
"Uroboros and the Open Circle: Two ways of Approaching Impermananence"
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In Environmental Concerns
ZHIHE WANG
Claremont Graduate University
"John Cobb's Postmodern Eco-economic Theory"

Biennial CHARLES WEI-HSUN FU-ISCP Essay Contest in Asian Philosophy Past Awardees


2009 AWARDEES - Fu Ren University, Taipei, Taiwan

CHINESE LANGUAGE - YOUNG SCHOLAR

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Li Xi, Graduate Student
Aesthetics Research Center, Department of Philosophy, Peking University
“The Logic Structure of Shi as a concept in Chinese Philosophy”

ENGLISH LANGUAGE - YOUNG SCHOLAR
The prize will be shared between two entries

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Francis Li Chung-hung
HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity, Hong Kong
“’Not Laugh, Not be Tao’: The Application of the Tao Te Ching in the Drawings of Yue Minjun”
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Tonya Warren, M.A. student
Department of Philosophy, San Diego State University
“Reconciling the ‘Self’ in Western Psychology and Buddhism”

ESTABLISHED SCHOLAR AWARDEE

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Li-Hsiang Lisa Rosenlee
Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Hawaii— West Oahu
“Confucian Care: Beyond the Colonial Politics of Feminism”

2005 AWARDEES - Sydney, Australia, University of New South Wales

CHINESE LANGUAGE

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Yang Guorong, Ph.D.
East China Normal University, Shanghai, PRC
"The Debate over "Tian" and "Ren"—A Reinterpretation of the Zhuangzi"

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

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Chen Kung Hung, Graduate Degree Fellow
East-West Center, University of Hawai'i
"Meanings in the Making: Words, Creativity, and a Philosophical Interpretation of A Book from the Sky"

[PLEASE NOTE: The original awardee, Eric Hanson, a graduate student at the University of Hawai'i, was unable to accept the award due to professional commitments that prevented him from attending the conference.]

SENIOR SCHOLAR AWARDEE

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Yang Ju-ping, Ph.D.
College of History, Nankai University, Tianjin, PRC
" Zhuangzi and the Cynics—Their Significance to the Modern Society"

2001 AWARDEES

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

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Brian Bruya, Ph.D. candidate
Department of Philosophy, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, U.S.A.
"Qing and Emotion in Early Chinese Thought"

JAPANESE LANGUAGE - Honorable Mention

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Maja Milcinski, Ph.D.
Philipps-Universitat Marburg, Germany

CHINESE LANGUAGE - no awards made


1999 AWARDEES

CHINESE LANGUAGE - Honorable Mentions

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Fu Zheng Ming
Sundsvall, Sweden
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Lai Chi-tim
Department of Religion, Chinese University of Hong Kong

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

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Youru Wang
Department of Philosophy, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Honorable Mentions

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Jiuan Heng
Department of Philosophy, National University of Singapore
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Li-Hsiang (Lisa) Lee
Department of Philosophy, University of Hawaii, Manoa

Charles Wei-Hsun Fu Foundation



FU FOUNDATION-ISCP ESSAY CONTEST

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