4th International Society for Chinese Philosophy (ISCP) Conference with Australasian Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy (ASACP) Stream

13-19 July 2005 University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

Call For Papers

Early Bird Registrations (closing 28 February 2005)

Theme: Chinese Philosophy and Human Development in the 21st Century

Panel and workshop discussions will focus on interdisciplinary debate in the following areas: * Values, health and ethics including conceptions of self, society and well-being * Politics, international relations and globalisation issues * Trade, economy, business and human resource development * Culture, art and religion * The natural environment and natural resources, built environments, and the impact of development on the natural environment * Scientific and technological developments with particular emphasis on emergent ethical challenges Public Address Speakers: * Professor Chung-ying Cheng (University of Hawaii) “Managing Business and Environment from the Perspective of Chinese Philosophy” * Professor Nathan Sivin (University of Pennsylvania) “Drawing Insights from Chinese Medicine” Plenary Speakers: * Dr Nick Bunnin (Oxford University, UK) * Professor Keli Fang (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, PRC) * Dr John Makeham (University of Adelaide, Australia) * Professor Lisa Raphals (University of California, Riverside, USA) * Professor Yijie Tang (Beijing University, PRC) To find out more about the Conference, submit an abstract or register your interest, please visit the conference website www.incompass.com.au/iscp

Alternatively contact the ISCP Conference Secretariat at <mailto:[email protected]>[email protected]