Dr. DeLapp Draws on Chinese Philosophy for Latest Book
Dr. DeLapp recently published a new book that draws on ancient Chinese philosophy for insights about what it means to be objective and impartial. Partial Values: A Comparative Study of the Limits of Objectivity, Dr. DeLapp’s third book, explores conceptions of ethical, metaethical, and epistemological objectivity in conversation with insights from Chinese philosophy.
Dr. DeLapp also presented a paper at the University of Washington at Seattle, as part of a conference devoted to comparative metaethics. His research examined ancient Egyptian moral philosophy, and will appear as a chapter in a forthcoming book by Routledge Publishers.