Dr. Chang-Seong Hong, philosophy, published a Korean-language monograph Dependent Arising and Emptiness, and Impermanence and Non-Self in February 2021. South Korean government has recently selected his book as one of the King Sejong books of the year. Their government has purchased a thousand copies of his book and sent them to both public and private libraries of the nation.
Dr. Chang-Seong Hong, Philosophy, has published his 4th book, Dependent Arising and Emptiness, and Impermanence and Non-Self, in Seoul, Korea (November 20, 2020). This Korean-language book presents Dr. Hong’s contemporary interpretation of Buddhist Philosophy. Its cover photo is below. Dr. Hong’s 3rd book, How Bioscience Meets Buddhism (co-authored with Dr. Sun Kyeong Yu of MSU Mankato), has received from the […]
Dr. Chang-Seong Hong, Philosophy, published his article “Conscience of Physicalism” in Philosophy and Reality, Seoul Korea, March 2020. He has also recently published “The Philosophy of the Middle Way” in Buddhist Review, Seoul Korea. Both articles were written in Korean language.
Dr. Chang-Seong Hong (Philosophy Department, MSUM) and Dr. Sun Kyeong Yu (Philosophy Department, MSU Mankato) co-authored a Korean-language book How Bioscience Meets Buddhism and have recently published it in Seoul Korea. Drs. Hong and Yu discussed and provided solutions for the philosophical issues of Aristotelian essentialist biology, Darwin’s evolutionary theory, and contemporary molecular biology in light of Buddhist concepts of […]
Wednesday, Oct. 9 | 4:30 p.m. | MA 165 Dr. Chang-Seong Hong, Philosophy, is going to present a colloquium titled “Dependent Arising: the Buddha’s Enlightenment” on Wednesday, Oct. 9 at 4:30 p.m. (MA165). The Buddha achieved his enlightenment when he realized the truth of dependent arising. Dr. Hong will analyze and interpret the concept of dependent arising from the contemporary […]