A Ku Indeed!

Confucianism and Virtue Ethics

Posted in Chinese Philosophy by Chris on April 1, 2008

I heard back today about my application to join the NEH seminar this summer at Wesleyan University (in Connecticut) on “Confucianism and Contemporary Virtue Ethics” — it was accepted, so I’ll be spending six weeks housed with 14 other people who eat, sleep and drink this subject just like I do. Call me a dork, but that’s what I call fun. (I’m also looking forward to getting a chance to head down to NYC, since it’s my hometown and I miss it dearly living out here in the Midwest).

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  1. Manyul Im said, on April 1, 2008 at 8:11 pm

    Hey Chris; that’s great. I’m going to be dropping in for some of the sessions, since I’m just down the road and Steve is a long-time friend.

  2. Devil's Advocate said, on April 1, 2008 at 9:10 pm

    Congratulations!

  3. Chris said, on April 2, 2008 at 5:10 am

    Devil — thanks!

    Manyul — very cool. Hopefully we’ll get a chance to have a beer (or two) at some point.

  4. Alexus McLeod said, on April 2, 2008 at 10:28 am

    Congratulations! I hadn’t heard about this seminar–sounds great! I’d also like to drop by for some of this–there are supposed to be some talks sometime during the 6 weeks. I’ll talk to Steve about it. I’m working on this topic for the dissertation, and I’m sure hearing what you guys have to say about it will be illuminating.

  5. Chris said, on April 3, 2008 at 9:21 am

    Alexus –

    Hey, great! It would be nice to meet face-to-face. I feel like I have a connection to some of the newer grad students at UConn, but it’s always nice to make the “non-virtual” connection. I was actually just talking to Don Baxter the other day, and I mentioned how I had “met” a few of you in “blog world” (I suspect, though, that Don is not a blog-guy). It’s nice to maintain that connection to “your hood” (as if Manchester Hall can be considered a “hood”) and the web makes it possible nowadays.


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