SACP Monograph Series
John Schroeder, general editor
The Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy (SACP) Monograph Series was started in 1974. Works are published in the series that deal with any area of Asian philosophy, or in any other field of philosophy examined from a comparative perspective. The aim of the series is to make available scholarly works that exceed article length, but may be too specialized for the general reading public, and to make these works available in inexpensive editions without sacrificing the orthography of non-Western languages.
Hoyt Cleveland Tillman, Ch’en Liang on Public Interest and the Law (SACP Monograph Series #12)
Anantanand Rambachan, Accomplishing the Accomplished: The Vedas as a Source of Valid Knowledge in Śaṇkara (SACP Monograph Series #10)
Thomas Wood, Mind Only: A Philosophical and Doctrinal Analysis of the Vijnanavada (SACP Monograph Series #9)
Thomas Wood, Mandukya Upanisad and the Agama Sastra: An Investigation into the Meaning of the Vedanta (SACP Monograph Series #8)
Hsiao-Po Wang, The Philosophical Foundations of Han Fei’s Political Theory (SACP Monograph Series #7)
Ariane Rump & Wing-tsit Chan, trans., notes & intro., Wang Pi, Commentary on the Lao-tsu (SACP Monograph Series #6)
Kisor K. Chakrabarti, The Logic of Gotama (SACP Monograph Series #5)
Henry Rosemont, Jr. & Daniel J. Cook, trans., notes & commentary, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, Discourse on the Natural Theology of the Chinese (SACP Monograph Series #4)
Tu Wei-ming, An Essay on Chung-yung (SACP Monograph Series #3)
Eliot Deutsch, Studies in Comparative Aesthetics (SACP Monograph Series #2)
Ronald Dimberg, The Sage and Society: The Life and Thought of Ho Hsin-yin(SACP Monograph Series #1)
*Monograph Series, published by U. Hawaii Press, is launched with the founding editor: Henry Rosemont, Jr.