The Art of Loyalty, East and West: Wisdom from Confucianism and American Pragmatism

 

Please join us for the last East-Meets-West lecture this academic year. 

The Art of Loyalty, East and West:
Wisdom from Confucianism and American Pragmatism 
4/26, Tuesday, 11:30, LSC 133
Dr. Mathew Foust, Professor and Chair of the Department of Philosophy at Central Connecticut State University, an expert on cross-cultural comparative philosophy, will give the lecture followed by Q &A on "The Art of Loyalty, East and West: Wisdom from Confucianism and American Pragmatism," on Tuesday, April 26, 11:30, at LSC 133 (PNC Auditorium). 
The lecture is cosponsored by Asian Studies, Philosophy Department, History Department, and International Studies.
Dr. Foust's areas of expertise are Asian philosophical traditions (e.g., Buddhism, Confucianism, Daoism) and American philosophical traditions (e.g. , Pragmatism, Transcendentalism). His publications include Josiah Royce’s 1909 Pittsburgh Loyalty Lectures (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2021), Confucianism and American Philosophy (SUNY, 2017), Feminist Encounters with Confucius (Brill, 2016), and Loyalty to Loyalty: Josiah Royce and the Genuine Moral Life (Fordham, 2012).For poster: click https://tinyurl.com/LoyaltyEastWest 

 

 

 

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