Noted Scholar Addresses Confucian Humanism著名儒学教授杜维明将座谈儒家人文精神

Western Michigan University News Report
by Margaret von Steinen
April 7, 2011

Harvard’s Dr. Tu Weiming will present “An Interreligious Perspective on Confucian Humanism,” at 5:30 p.m. Monday, April 18, in the Fetzer Center’s Putney Auditorium at Western Michigan University. The lecture is open to the public free of charge.

Tu is chair professor of Chinese history and philosophy at Harvard University and Distinguished Lifetime Professor of Philosophy at Peking University. He will present Confucianism as a spiritual humanism that seeks to integrate self, community, nature, and Heaven into a coherent ecumenical vision for human flourishing. He believes Confucian humanism in the 21st century can play a significant role as a mediating theory and practice in the dialogue among world religions.

The lecture will be sponsored by the Timothy Light Center for Chinese Studies. For more information, write to据西密歇根大学新闻报道




本次讲座将由 Timothy Light 汉学研究中心赞助。欲知详情请电邮


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