Dao-A Journal of Comparative Philosophy

(The TQCC of Dao-A Journal of Comparative Philosophy is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Happiness and the Good Life: A Classical Confucian Perspective10
The Heart of Compassion in Mengzi 2A67
Metaphors of Metaphors: Reflections on the Use of Conceptual Metaphor Theory in Premodern Chinese Texts6
Mengzi’s Maxim for Righteousness in Mengzi 2A26
Respect in Mengzi as a Concern-based Construal: How It Is Different from Desire and Behavioral Disposition6
Comment on Confucian Family Love from a Christian Perspective5
Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide from Confucian Moral Perspectives5
Human Nature and Moral Cultivation in the Guodian 郭店 Text of the Xing Zi Ming Chu 性自命出 (Nature Derives from Mandate)5
Relating the Political to the Ethical: Thoughts on Early Confucian Political Theory4
Darkness and Light: Absence and Presence in Heidegger, Derrida, and Daoism4
Interpretational Paradox, Implicit Normativity, and Human Nature: Revisiting Weakness of Will from a Perspective of Comparative Philosophy4
Musical Harmony in the Xunzi and the Lüshi Chunqiu: Different Implications of Musical Harmony Resulting from Their Dissimilar Approaches to the Concept of Resonance between Sound and Qi3
Studying Confucian Thought from the Inside Out3
Lessons From the Past: Zhang Xuecheng and the Ethical Dimensions of History3
Material Conditions, Hierarchy, and Order in Early Confucian Political Thought: A Response to Reviewers3
From Desire to Civility: Is Xunzi a Hobbesian?3
From substance language to vocabularies of process and change: Translations of key philosophical terms in theZhongyong2
Through the Mirror: The Account of Other Minds in Chinese Yogācāra Buddhism2
The Indispensability of Moral Cultivation in Confucian Politics2
Ethics, Politics, and the Recognition of Agency in Early Confucianism: A Commentary on Loubna El Amine’s Classical Confucian Political Thought: A New Interpretation2
The Ethical Stance of the “Qiwulun (Discourse on Corresponding Things)”2
Slingerland, Edward, Mind and Body in Early China: Beyond Orientalism and the Myth of Holism2
A Confucian Solution to the Fungibility Problem of Friendship: Friends like Family with Particularized Virtues2
The Metaphysics of Dao in Wang Bi’s Interpretation of Laozi2
Critique of Imperial Reason: Lessons from the Zhuangzi2
Dwelling in the Nearness of Gods: The Hermeneutical Turn from Mou Zongsan to Tu Weiming1
From Ritual Culture to the Classical Confucian Conception of Yì1
How Do We Make Sense of the Thesis “Bai (White) Ma (Horse) Fei (Is Not) Ma (Horse)”?1
Dynamic Model of Emotions: The Process of Forgetting in the Zhuangzi1
The Emergence of the Notion of Predetermined Fate in Early China1
Nunchi, Ritual, and Early Confucian Ethics1
Yu Xuanmeng 俞宣孟, and He Xirong 賀錫榮, ed., Exploring the Root and Seeking for the Origin: Essays from a New Round of Comparative Studies of Chinese and Western Philosophy 探根尋源: 新一輪中西哲學比較研究論集1
Knowledge and Devotion in the Bhagavad-Gītā: A Suggestive Parallel from Chinese Buddhism1
Combating Starvation: Comparing Agrarianism, Ethics, and Statecraft in the Legend of Shen Nong and in Andō Shōeki’s Thought1
Recognition and Trust: Hegel and Confucius on the Normative Basis of Ethical Life1
The Wandering Heart-Mind: Zhuangzi and Moral Psychology in the Inner Chapters1
A Buddhist Response to Kwok-ying Lau’s Phenomenology and Intercultural Understanding1
Response to Jim Behuniak1
Li, Yancang 李延倉, The Deconstruction and Reconstruction of the Dao: From the Zhuangzi to G uo Xiang’s Commentary to C heng Xuanying’s Sub-commentary 道體的失落與重建: 從《莊子》、郭《註》到成《疏》1
Mou Zongsan on Confucian Autonomy and Subjectivity: From Transcendental Philosophy to Transcendent Metaphysics1
Law of Genre and Intercultural Philosophy: A Reading of Kwok-ying Lau’s Phenomenology and Intercultural Understanding1
Moving Meditation: Paik Nam June’s TV Buddha and Its Zen Buddhist Aesthetic Meaning1
Actions, Paths, and Rational Reconstruction: Replies to Mele, Beebe, and Jiang1
Uncarved and Unconcerned: Zhuangzian Contentment in an Age of Happiness1