Dr. BAI Zongrang

Publications

Dr. BAI Zongrang
Title:

Lecturer

Education Background:
PhD Peking University

Office Address

Room 222, Zhi Xin Building

Phone

(0755) 235 16514

Teaching Area

Chinese Philosophy; The Book of Changes; Comparative Philosophy

Research

Confucianism; Daoism; The Book of Changes; Comparative Philosophy and Civilizational Dialogues

PublicationsInfo

Monographs:

[1]     Cosmos and Consciousness: Dialogue between Quantum Theory and Heart-Mind Philosophy. (on-going project)

[2]     The Book of Change: The Symbiosis of Heaven-Earth-Humanity. (on-going project)

[3]     The Communion of Immanence-Transcendence in Confucianism, Daoism, Buddhism, Christian Mysticism, and Islamic Sufism. (forthcoming)

[4]     A Holistic View toward the Wisdom of the Doctrine of Mean in the Original Confucianism. Beijing: China Books Publisher, 2020.

[5]     American Confessional Poetry Studies. Shanghai: Shanghai Jiao Tong University Press, 2019. (co-authored with Prof. Peng Yu)

[6]     Shakespeare Ascending the Throne of Dramatic Art. Beijing: China Film Publisher, 2014.

 

Translation:

[1]     Mill, John Stuart. On Bentham and Coleridge. Shanghai: Shanghai People’s Publishing House, 2009.

[2]     Tu, Weiming. “Spiritual Humanism―An Emerging Global Discourse”, The 8th World Confucian Conference Proceedings, 2017 September 20, Qufu city, Shandong Province, China. Beijing: Culture and Art Publishing House, 2018.


Selected Papers:

[1]     “The Five-Level Theory of Longevity in the Inner Canon”, Traditional Chinese Medicine Culture, 2020(6)

[2]     “The Value of Subjectivity in Confucius’ Theory of Ren”, Huazhong Chinese Studies, 2020(2)

[3]     “The Holism in Confucian Doctrine of Mean”, China Culture, 2019(1):66-81.

[4]     “A New Interpretation of Gewu Zhizhi in Great Learning”, Baoji Liberal Arts College Journal, 2019(6): 10-14.

[5]     “The Artistic Dimension of Confucian Self-Cultivation”, Journal of Aesthetic Education. 2019(6): 74-80.

[6]      “Confucian Good Human Nature Theories before Mencius”, Studies on Values and Ethics, 2019(2):

[7]     “The Transcendent Dimension of Confucian Self-Cultivation in the Perspective of Heavenly Dao”, Yulin College Journal, 2019(5): 18-22.

[8]     “A New Interpretation of the Religiosity of the Original Confucianism”, Yuandao. 2019(1). No.37: 23-36.

[9]     “The Double Approaches of the Unity and Division of Heaven and Human in the Original Confucianism”, China Culture. 2018 (2): 204-213.

[10]  “The Interconnection between Singularity and Holistic Unity in Confucianism”, Jianghan Academics. 2018 (6): 113-122.

[11]  “The Mystical Dimension of Shendu in the Original Confucianism”, paper speech presented at the 24th World Congress of Philosophy, Section 39, CNCC, Beijing, August 14, 2018.

[12]  “Sage of Temporality and Unity of Heaven and Human”, Chinese Culture Studies. 2018(3):1-20.

[13]  “Rationality Meets Ren: Beyond Virtue Catalogues for a World Business Ethos”, Humanistic Management Journal, 2018(3):187-201.

[14]  “The Unity of Humanity and Propriety in Confucianism”, Jiujiang College Journal. 2019(1):65-70.

[15]  “The Inner and Outer Approaches of Confucian Self-Cultivation”, Jining College Journal. 2019 (1): 1-6.

[16]  “The Importance of Causes and Contributions in Confucianism”, Guanxi Normal University Journal. 2019 (1): 24-30.

[17]  “The Intellectual Tradition of Confucianism”, Guangming Daily, 4 August 2018, page 11.

[18]  “The Approach of Embodied Knowledge for Confucianism Studies, Xi’an Jiaotong University Journal. 2018(5):1-15.

[19]  “Confucianism and the Traditional and Future Concepts of Science and Technology”, Lvliang College Journal. 2018(4): 1-5.

[20]  “The Same Origin of Confucianism and Traditional Chinese Medicine”, Gongqingyuan. 2018(9): 10-13.

[21]  “Contemporary Theories of Confucian Subjectivity”, Shaoxing University Journal. 2018(5):1-6.

[22]  “Economics Returning to the Knowledge of Humanity”, Beijing Financial Review. 2018(1):25-28.

[23]  “Confucianism and Sun Lutang’s Thought of Martial Arts”, Martial Arts Studies. 2018(1):1-5.

[24]  “The Indirect Paradigm of Confucian Entrepreneurship Studies”, Business Studies. 2017(10):1-9.

[25]  “Anne Sexton and Poetic Therapy”, New Perspectives on World Literature. 2014(6):55-57.

[26]  “Coleridge on the Organic Unity of Shakespearean Drama”, Foreign Literature. 2014(5):89-95.

[27]  “On Yijing in Chinese and English Nature Poetry”, US-China Foreign Language. 2014(5): 415-421.

[28]  “A Chinese Aesthetics Reading of Wordsworth's Tintern Abbey―with a comparison to Chunjiang Huayue Ye”, International Journal of Comparative Literature & Translation Studies. 2014(4): 11-18.

[29]  “Coleridge’s New Interpretation of the Character Type of Shakespearean Drama”, Drama Family, 2014(3):209-211.

[30]  “The Dilemma of Neo-Classical Shakespearean Criticism”, Sichuan Theatre. 2014(3):40-47.

[31]  “Coleridge’s Defense of the Morality of Shakespearean Drama”, Foreign Language and Literature Studies. 2014(1):38-45.

[32]  “Coleridge’s Defense of Shakespearean Artistic Judgement”, Foreign Language and Translation, 2014(2):60-66.

[33]  “Coleridge’s Thought of Organic Unity”, English Studies, 2014(2):20-23.

[34]  “Life Studies and Robert Lowell’s Transformation of Poetic Style”, College English. 2011(1):151-153.

[35]  “Rethinking Anne Sexton’s Technique of poetry”, World Literature Review. 2011(1):79-81.

[36]  “Mainstream poets in the 19th century”,the third chapter of The History and Origin of American Poetry, edited by Peng Yu. Beijing: Guangmin Daily Press, 2010.

[37]  “Coleridge’s Interpretation of Shakespeare’s Hamlet”, Sino-US English Teaching. 2009(12): 57-59.

[38]  “Colertidge on the Organic Unity of the Characters in Shakespearean Drama”, Shanxi Normal University Journal. 2009(special): 49-51.

[39]  A Comparative Study of Tintern Abbey and ChunJianghuayueye”, Mingzuoxinshang. 2009(2):29-32.

[40]  “Coleridge’s Ethics of Literary Criticism”, Shanxi Normal University Journal. 2008(5):114-116.

[41]  “A Life Aesthetics Reading of Confucius thought of Art and Literature”, North Forum, 2008(3):5-9.

[42]  “Analysis of the Confucian Origin of the Ode to Jinci”, Jinyang Academic Journal, 2008(2):41-44.

[43]  “The Humanistic Concern of Emerson’s On Nature”, Foreign Language Studies. 2004(Spring): 62-64.