Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy [ISSN: 1540-3009 (print); 1569-7274 (electronic)] is a publication sponsored by the Association of Chinese Philosophers in America, and the Philosophy Department of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, supported by the Institute for Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences, National Taiwan University. Starting from Vol. VI, Issue 1, it has been published by Springer Science+Business Media, four times a year, in both electronic format and hard copy.
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Yujian Zheng, “Interpretational Paradox, Implicit Normativity, and Human Nature: Revisiting Weakness of Will from a Perspective of Comparative Philosophy.” Dao 16 (2017): 145-163. Details here.
With an impact factor of 0.246, Dao ranks at 144th out of 454 philosophical journals in English. Details here.