2015 Workshop Publications

Post-Party Governance Workshop (CASBS, Stanford University)

Bai, Tongdong
Fudan University

The Confucian Hybrid Regime for All

Bell, Daniel
Berggruen Institute

Post-Party Politics in Context: China and the West

Fukuyama, Frank
Stanford University

Response to the Concept Paper

Levi, Margaret
CASBS at Stanford University

On Democracy

Macedo, Stephen
Professor of Politics at Princeton University


Discussion Brief for Berggruen Institute Workshop: Post-Party Politics

Wang, Hui
Professor at Tsinghua University

The Crisis of Representativeness and Post-Party Politics

Yao, Yang
Professor at Peking University

Reflection on the Disinterested Government and the Selectocracy in China

Zheng, Yongnian
Professor at National University of Singapore

The Chinese Communist Party: An Interpretation

Self and the Meaning of Life (CASBS, Stanford University)

Afsaruddin, Asma
Indiana University

The Qur’an and Human Flourishing: Self, God-consciousness and the Good Society from an Islamic Perspective

Ames, Roger
University of Hawai’i

Confucian Role Ethics and Personal Identity

Baggini, Julian

The Ego Trick

Bilgrami, Akeel
Columbia University

Gandhi, the Philosopher

Goldstein, Rebecca Nerberger
New College of the Humanities, London UK

Notes on Mattering Theory (With Apologies for the Piecemeal and Informal Character of These Pages)

Hershock, Peter
University of Hawai’i

Personhood and Virtuosic Relationality: Buddhist Perspectives

Iyer, Pico

The Desert and the Garden

Kasulis, Thomas
Ohio State University

Playing the Field: Reflections on the Traditional Shinto Self

Li, Jin
Brown University

Fan Chung-yen, a Confucian Self Worth Emulating

Ogilvy, Jay

Deacon’s Ontology(?) of Selves

Slingerland, Edward
University of British Columbia

Try, But Not Too Hard: Cultivating the Moral Sprouts

  
Wong, David
Duke University

Perspectives on Human Personhood and Self from the Zhuangzi