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A SAMPLING OF DR. FU'S SCHOLARLY ARTICLES
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THE COLLECTED WORKS OF CHARLES WEI-HSUN FU
a project of the Charles Wei-Hsun Fu Foundation

Volume 1 CONTEMPORARY ETHICAL AUTONOMISM: A CRITICAL STUDY OF SARTRE AND HARE
Department of Philosophy, University of Illinois, 1969
unpublished (~300 pages double-spaced)
translation into Chinese completed by YANMING AN Ph.D.


Volume 2 THE CHINESE WAY: A HISTORY OF CHINESE PHILOSOPHY I
Confucius through Legalism, chapters 1-7


Volume 3 THE CHINESE WAY: A HISTORY OF CHINESE PHILOSOPHY II
The Formation of the Chinese Buddhist Way through the 20th century, chapters 8-18
unpublished (~700 double-spaced)


Volume 4 THE LIFE OF LEARNING AND THE LEARNING OF LIFE:
MY PHILOSOPHICAL DEVELOPMENT
(Taipei: Cheng-chung Publishing Company, 1994) release of copyright December 2000
currently being translated into English for publication in the U.S.


Volume 5 LAO TZU'S TAO TE CHING AND WANG PI'S COMMENTARY
bilingual translation (original Chinese text, contemporary Chinese, English)
unpublished (~300 single-spaced)


Volume 6 COLLECTED ESSAYS: CHINESE CULTURE

"Enlightenmental Education and Cultural Development"
Capital Morning News, July 29-30, 1990

"Art is a Matter of Uniqueness"
China Times, September 19, 20, 1986

"Recent Cultural and Religious Trends in the People's Republic of China"
China Times Weekly, New York, August 10-16, 75-7

"Academic Studies of Philosophy and Religion in the People's Republic of China"
China Tribune, 22 (10), 1986, 12-13

"On the Establishment of Academic Institutes of Religion and Academic Studies of Religion"
China Times, February 7, 1984

"On the Critical Inheritance and Creative Development of Chinese Thought and Culture"
China Tribune (fortnightly), 19 (5), 1984, 45-48; Part II, 19 (6), 40-43

"Whither Chinese Culture?--A Macroscopic Philosophical Reflection and Suggestion"
Literary Star Monthly, No. 107 (May, 1987)

"Philosophical Reflections on the Task of Revitalizing Chinese Culture"
Universitas, 12 (10), 1985, 31-41

"On Philosophical Wisdom"
Chung Hui-min, ed., Standing on the Shoulders of Chinese Academic Giants (Taipei: Free Youth Press, 1989), pp. 149-158

"The Thorny Path of My Philosophical Pursuit"
Editorial Committee of China Tribune Fortnightly, ed., My Academic Pursuit (1985)


Volume 8 COLLECTED ESSAYS: SOCIAL AND POLITICAL ISSUES

"From Poverty to Development; from Self-Closedness to Openness"
China Times, 1986

"From Industrial Society to Information Society"
China Times, New York, September 12, 12, 1983

"High Tech and High Touch"
China Times, New York, October 6, 1983

"From a Simple Choice to Multiple Options"
China Times, New York, October 31, 1983

"On the Higher Phase of Democracy"
China Times, New York, November 18, 1983

"Cultural Nationalism and Political Nationalism: A Critical Comparison of Chinese Nationalism and Japanese Nationalism"
Con-temporary (March, 1993), No. 83, 92-115


Volume 9 COLLECTED ESSAYS: OBSERVATIONS ON MAINLAND CHINA

"A Critical Examination of Fung Yu-lan's Philosophical Development"
(Con-Temporary, Nos. 13 and 14, May-June, 1987)

"The Political Sufferings and Inner World of Fung Yu-lan"
China Times Weekly, New York, December 8-14, 1990, 80-81)

"My Three Week Academic Trip to the People's Republic of China: Lectures and Speeches"
The Chinese Intellectual 10, January, 1987)

"On Recent Social Changes and Academic Research in China"
China Tribune, Nos. 268-269, 1986)

"The Thorny Path of Li Zehou: The Symbol of Academic Agony in China" (Wen-hsing, 3, 1986, 90-103)

"The Rebirth of Aesthetic Consciousness on Li Zehou"
A History of Chinese Aesthetics, volume 1, Wen-hsing 2, 1986, 56-63

"The Ideological Dilemmas of Marxism-Leninism and China's Future Prospects" (The Chinese Intellectual, 1 (2), 1985, 105-17)

"Marxism-Leninism-Maoism as an Ethical Theory"
Journal of Chinese Philosophy, 5 (4), 1978, 343-62

"A Critical Examination of the Mainland Chinese Scholars' Recent Approaches to Chinese Culture"
National Chengchi University, ed., Developmental Experience in the Chinese-speaking World and the Future of China (Research Center for International Relations, 1988), pp. 301-24

"A Critical Examination of Philosophical Studies in Mainland China" Editorial Committee of China Tribune, ed. Academic Studies in Taiwan and Mainland China (1950-1985). 1985, pp. 37-62

"People's Republic of China: Maoism and Chinese Philosophy"
John Burr, ed., Handbook or World Philosophy: Contemporary Developments Since 1945 (Greenwood Press, 1980), pp. 499-522.


Volume 10 COLLECTED ESSAYS: BUDDHISM

"How to Study Buddhist Sutras?"
(China Times, November, 1991)

"The Ch'an Wisdom and Religious Practice of Master Hsu-yun"
(China Times, September 17-18, 1990)

"Hu Shih, D. T. Suzuki, and the Marrow of Zen"
(China Times, June 26-29, 1983)

"On Morita Therapy: a Synthesis of Zen and Psychotherapy"
(Zen Now, No. 37, April, 1993)

"The Learning of Life and the Life of Learning: The Tenfold Task of Modernizing Buddhist Studies and Dharma" (Con-temporary Monthly, No. 79 (November, 1992), 42-59)

"The Way of Ch'an (Zen) and East Asian Culture"
(Studies in Ch'an Buddhism, No. 1 (August, 1992), Jiansu Classics Press)

"On the Revitalization of Chinese Buddhism"
(Universal Gate Monthly (July, 1989), 85-87)


Volume 11 COLLECTED ESSAYS: BUDDHIST SCHOLARSHIP

"Mixed Precepts, Bodhisattva Precepts, and Preceptless Precepts: A Critical Comparison of the Chinese and Japanese Buddhist Views of sila/vinaya" (Chinese version)
(Chung-Hwa Buddhist Journal, no. 4, Taipei, 1993, 73-101)

"A Creative-Hermeneutical Investigation into the Formation and Development of the Pratitya-samutpada Thought' (Chung-Hwa Buddhist Journal, No. 4, Taipei, 1991, 169-99)

"A New Hermeneutic Inquiry into the Awakening of Faith in Mahayana" (Chung-Hwa Buddhist Journal, No. 3, Taipei, 1990, 117-47)

"On the Deeper Meaning and Multidimensional Complexity of Hui- neng's Ch'an (Zen) Teaching: An Application of Creative Hermeneutics" (Studies in the History of Chinese Philosophy, No. 3, 1989)

"On the Philosophical Task of Inheriting and Developing Chinese Mahayana Buddhism"
(The Philosophical Yearbook of Soochow University, 5, 1986, 1-41)

"(Zen) Buddhism, Psychoanalysis, and Existential Analysis"
(The Philosophical Yearbook of Soochow University, 4, 1985, 9-40)

"Monk Ju-ching and Zen Master Dogen: From Chinese Ch'an to Japanese Zen"
(The Philosophical Yearbook of Soochow University, 3, 1984, 13-34)

"The Doctrinal Development and Contemporary Significance of the Pratitya-samutpada Thought"
Tang Yijie, ed., New Interpretations of China's Traditional Culture. (Beijing: Peking University Press, 1993), pp. 192-204

"On the Modern Development of the Dharma and Buddhist Scholarship" From Being to Becoming: Studies in Culture East and West (Dharmasthihi Press, Hong Kong, December, 1992), pp. 7-27

"On the Methodology and Urgent Task of the Current Buddhist Studies" Report on the International Conference on Academic Studies of Buddhism (Taiwan: Fokuangshan Publishing Co., 1991), pp. 44-62

"From Paramartha-satya to Samvrti-satya: On the Modern Reconstruction of (Mahayana) Buddhist Ethics and Morality" Chinese and English versions of Buddhist Ethics and Modern Society(1990, 1992)

"A Philosophical Examination of the Various Mahayanist Hierarchical Classifications of Buddhist Texts and Teachings" World Sutric and Tantric Buddhist Conference Report, Fokuangshan (1989), 123-41 (Chinese text), 234-35 (English abstract)


Volume 12 COLLECTED ESSAYS: TAOISM AND CONFUCIANISM

"The Confucian and Taoist Views of Life and Death"
(Philosophical Quarterly (April, 1993), No. 4, 110-22)

"Lao-Chuang, Kuo Hsiang, and Ch'an (Zen): A New Approach to the Question of Ideological Continuity" (Universitas, 12 (12), 1985, 2-18)

"Lao Tzu's Conception of Tao" (Inquiry, 16, 1973, 367-94)

"The Taoism of Lao Tzu and Chuang Tzu" Indira Mahaligam and Brian Carr, eds., An Encyclopedia of Asian Philosophy. (London: Routledge, 1995)

"A Universal Theory or a Cosmic Confidence in Reality?: A Taoist/Zen Response"
Len Swidler, ed., Toward a Universal Theology of Religion, (New York: Orbis Books, 1987), pp. 154-61, The Philosophical Originality of T'oegye as Chu Hsi's Successor" (Journal of T'oegyehak Study, 49, 1986, 53-67)

"Morality or Beyond: The Neo-Confucian Confrontation with Mahayana Buddhism"
(Philosophy East and West, 23 (3), 1973, 375-96)

"Chu Hsi on Buddhism: A Critical Examination"
Wing-tsit Chan, ed. Chu Hsi and Neo-Confucianism (University of Hawaii Press, 1986), pp. 377-407


Volume 13 COLLECTED ESSAYS: CONFUCIAN REVITALIZATION

"The Gadamer-Derrida Hermeneutic Debate and the Problems of Hermeneutic Studies and Methodology of Creative Thinking in Contemporary Confucian Studies" (Twenty-First Century, Institute of Chinese Culture, Chinese University of Hong Kong, April, 1993)

"On the Contemporary Development of Confucian Studies"
(Con-temporary, nos. 64 (106-17) and 65 (126-33), 1991)

"On the Contemporary Task of Resolving the Traditional Problems of Confucianism" (Universitas, Monthly Review of Philosophy and Culture, 13 (2), 1986, 27-42)

"A Philosophical Modernization of the Confucian Theory of Human Nature and Mind"
"The Mencian Theory of Mind and Nature: A Modern, Philosophical Approach" (Journal of Chinese Philosophy (Tenth Anniversary Memorial), 10 (4), 1983, 385-410)

"Fingarette and Munro on Early Confucianism: A Methodological Examination" (Philosophy East and West, 28 (2), 1978, 181-98)

"Confucianism, Marxism-Leninism and Mao: A Critical Study"
(Journal of Chinese Philosophy, 1 (3/4), 1974, 339-71)

"Rejoinder to Professor Howard Parsons' Critical Remarks (on my "Confucianism, Marxism-Leninism and Mao")" (Journal of Chinese Philosophy, 2 (4), 1975, 447-54)

"On the Modernization of Confucianism as a Philosophy/Moral Religion" Tu Wei-ming, ed., The Triadic Chord: Confucian Ethics, Industrial East Asia and Max Weber (Singapore: The Institute of East Asian Philosophies, 1991) pp. 357-376

"On the Contemporary Development of Confucian Studies"
Editorial Committee for the International Conference on Contemporary Neo-Confucianism, ed., Collected Essays in Contemporary Studies of Confucianism (Taipei: Wen-tsin Publishing Co., 1991), vol. 1, pp. 43-68

"On the Ideological Revitalization of Confucianism in Relation to Eastasian Economic Development: From Methodological Reflections to Creative Dialogue" Chung-hua Institution for Economic Research, ed., Confucianism and Economic Development in East Asia. (Taipei: CIER Press, 1990), pp. 105-40

"Philosophical Reflections on the Modernization of Confucianism as Traditional Morality," Fu/Spiegler, eds., Religious Issues and Interreligious Dialogues: An Analysis and Sourcebook of Developments Since 1945. (New York: Greenwood Press, 1989), pp. 303-323.

"On the Self-adjustment and Future Development of Confucian Thought," Chou Yang-shan, ed., From the May 4th Movement to the Pro- Democracy Movement in the Tiananmen Square. (Taipei: China Times Pub. Co., 1989), pp. 204-216

"On the Modern Reconstruction of Confucianism as an Ethical Theory" International Symposium on Confucianism and the Modern World: Proceedings (Taipei: 1988), pp. 1213-21


Volume 14 COLLECTED ESSAYS: COMPARATIVE PHILOSOPHY

"On the Nonduality of the Ideal and the Actual"
(United Daily News, June 15-16, 1986)

"Preface to From Western Philosophy to Zen Buddhism"
(China Times, May 19, 1986)

"Asian Buddhism in North America" (Buddhist News Weekly, November, 1990)

"The Underlying Structure of Metaphysical Language: A Case Study of Chinese Philosophy and Whitehead" (Journal of Chinese Philosophy, 6 (3), 1979, 339-66)

"Trans-Onto-Theo-Logical Foundations of Language in Heidegger and Taoism" (Journal of Chinese Philosophy, 5 (3), 1978, 301-33)

"Creative Hermeneutics: Taoist Metaphysics and Heidegger"
(Journal of Chinese Philosophy, 3 (2), 1976, 115-43)

"Toward a Creative East-West Dialogue in Moral Education and Value Orientation"
Mary Clark and Sandra A. Wawrytko, eds., Rethinking the Curriculum: Toward an Integrated Interdisciplinary Education.(New York: Greenwood Press, 1990), pp. 135-149

"Postwar Confucianism and Western Democracy: An Ideological Struggle"
Movements and Issues in World Religions: A Sourcebook and an Analysis of Developments Since 1945 (New York: Greenwood Press, 1987), pp. 177-96

"Chinese Buddhism as an Existential Phenomenology"
Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka, ed. Phenomenology of Life in a Dialogue Between Chinese and Occidental Philosophy, volume 17 of Analecta Husserliana (D. Reidel Publishing Company, 1984), pp. 229-251

"Heidegger and Zen on Being and Nothingness: A Critical Essay in Transmetaphysical Dialectics"
Nathan Katz, ed., Buddhist and Western Philosophy (New Delhi, India: Sterling Publishing Company, 1981), pp. 172-201

"Buddhist Approach to the Problem of God"
S. A. Matczak, ed. God in Contemporary Thought: A Philosophical Perspective (New York and Paris: Learned Publications, 1977), pp. 155- 81


Volume 15 COLLECTED ESSAYS: LIFE AND DEATH STUDIES

"The Challenge of Death and the Response of Human Wisdom"
(United Daily, December, 1993)

"On the Thanatological Significance of Leo Tolstoy's The Death of Ivan Ilych" (China Times, New York, August 31, September 1, 1984)

"On the Moral Question of Euthanasia" (China Times, June 22, 1984)

"On the Wisdom of Life-and-Death and Religious Enlightenment" (China Times, June 18, 19, 1983)
"On the Contemporary Problems of Death and Dying"
(Con-temporary (May, 1993), No. 85, 108-17)

"From Cure to Care, from Hopelessness to Liberation" Preface to Let Us Meet the Challenge of Death Together (Taipei, Fang-chih Publishing Co., 1994)

"On the Pluralistically Open Life-attitude and Value-orientation"
Fu-jen Catholic University, ed., International Conference Papers on Chinese Culture and Modern Life. (Taipei: Fu-jen Catholic University Press, 1990)


Volume 16 COLLECTED ESSAYS: WESTERN THOUGHT AND CULTURE

"The Real Significance of Gloria Steinem's Revolution from Within"
(United Daily, July 9, 1992)

"The Sociopolitical Significance and Spiritual Meaning of Gloria Steinam's Revolution from Within"
(United Daily, July 9, 1992)

"Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir" (China Times, December 15, 16, 1983)

"A Reexamination of Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir" (China Times, May 19, 1986)

"Jean-Paul Sartre's Philosophy of Existentialism: A Critical Examination"
(China Tribune, fortnightly, 17 (6), 1983, 66-72; 17 (7), 1984, 69-72)

"Viktor Frankl and Logotherapy" (China Times, May 12, 1983)

"Logotherapy and Social Therapy" (China Times, August 30, 1983)

"Post-Marxism and Neo-Marxism" (China Tribune, Nos. 293 and 294, December, 1987)

"On Teitelman's Pragmatist-Marxist Critique of the Meta-Theory of Justice" (Journal of Chinese Philosophy, 5 (3), 1978, 249-54)

"Hare's Prescriptivism" (Philosophical Review (NTU), 1, 1971, 25-62)
"British Empirical Philosophers and the Argument for the Existence of God" (three consecutive issues, Democratic Review, 1965)

"On Kierkegaard's Doctrine of Three Stages on Life's Way"
(Humanities Weekly, 1965)

"The Decline of the Dualistic Weltanschauung in the West and the Rise of Existentialism" (Humanities Weekly, 1965) "An Inquiry into the Philosophical World-Orientation of Karl Jaspers"
(Free Scholars Monthly, 1957, 1-20)


Volume 17 COLLECTED ESSAYS: JAPANESE THOUGHT AND CULTURE

"Kawabata Yasunari and the Rediscovery of (Japanese) Traditional Beauty"
(China Times, 1985)

"The Japanese View of Life and Death" (China Times, 1985)

"Moral Obligations (giri), Human Feelings (ninjo), and Love Suicide (shinju): The Aesthetic Sense of Chikamatsu's Drama" (China Times, November 7, 1985)

"Japanese Zen and the Art of Tea" (Universal Gate Monthly (April, 1991), 116-19)

"Japanese Spiritual Resources and their Contemporary Relevance"
(Journal of Dharma, Dharma Research Association, India, 10 (1), 1985, 82-89)

"A Methodological Examination of ‘the Post-Confucian Thesis' in Relation to Japanese (and Chinese) Economic Development" Fu/Heine, eds., Japan in Traditional and Postmodern Perspectives (New York: SUNY Press, 1995)

"Cultural Nationalism versus Political Nationalism: Japanese Nationalism as an Example": Liu Qinfeng, ed., Nationalism and the Modernization of China (Hong Kong: The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1994), pp. 65-77


Volume 18 CORRESPONDENCE
Volume 19


Volume 20 ZEN MASTER DOGEN
(Taipei: Tungta Publishing Company, 1995)


Volume 21 A MODERN INQUIRY INTO BUDDHIST THOUGHT:
ESSAYS IN PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION, 5th Series.
(Taipei: Tungta Publishing Company, 1995)


Volume 22 DIGNIFIED DEATH AND DIGNIFIED LIFE: FROM THANATOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY TO THE POSTRADITIONAL LEARNING OF LIFE AND DEATH
(Taipei: Cheng-chung Book Co., 1993)


Volume 23 FROM CREATIVE HERMENEUTICS TO MAHAYANA BUDDHISM:
ESSAYS IN PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION, 4th Series
(Taipei: Tungta Publishing Company, 1990)


Volume 24 CRITICAL ESSAYS IN WESTERN AND CHINESE PHILOSOPHY
(Beijing: Joint Publishing Company, 1989)


Volume 25 A CRITICAL HISTORY OF WESTERN PHILOSOPHY, 12th ed.
(Taipei: Tungta Publishing Company, 1988)


Volume 26 "CULTURAL CHINA" AND CHINESE CULTURE: ESSAYS IN PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION, 3rd Series (Taipei: Tungta Publishing Company, 1988)


Volume 27 ON THE CRITICAL INHERITANCE AND CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT OF CHINESE THOUGHT AND CULTURE: ESSAYS IN PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION, 2rd Series
(Taipei: Tungta Publishing Company, 1986)


Volume 28 FROM WESTERN PHILOSOPHY TO ZEN BUDDHISM:
ESSAYS IN PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION, 1st Series
(Taipei: Tungta Publishing Company, 1986)


Volume 29 GUIDE TO CHINESE PHILOSOPHY
(Boston: G. K. Hall, 1978)


Volume 30 A CRITICAL INQUIRY INTO BRITISH EMPIRICISM
(Taipei: National Taiwan University, 1965)


In addition to the works listed above, Dr. Fu left behind 15 notebooks (three ring binders) containing portions of text and extensive references (in both English and Chinese). Of these, the most complete materials concern the following projects:

  • MORALITY OR BEYOND: The Neo-Confucian Confrontation with Mahayana Buddhism
  • BUDDHISM (4 volumes)
  • PSYCHOLOGY
  • CHINESE THOUGHT
  • TAOISM, ZEN, & HEIDEGGER
  • TAOISM, ZEN, & HEIDEGGER: METAPHYSICAL ESSAYS
  • MISC. PROJECTS (2 volumes)
  • DAOISM
  • CONFUCIANISM & BUDDHISM
  • DOGEN
  • COMPARATIVE PHILOSOPHY